Hazard Construction Engr LLC is seeking qualified and certified DBE subcontractors, and material and/or equipment suppliers in the areas of work included in, but not limited to, those listed below. A complete set of plans, specifications and any addendums that may be issued for this project are available for your review at no charge in our plan room or download at the agency’s website: https://pbsystem.planetbids.com/portal/41180/bo/bo-search
*** THIS IS A PREVAILING WAGE PROJECT ***
Estimator: Dennis Griffin Dgriffin@hazardcon.com (858) 587-3600 X 133 / Jared Balastrieri Jbalastrieri@hazardcon.com (858) 587-3600 X 165
SUBTRADES: Potholing, Testing Engineers, Surveying, Traffic Control, Electrical, SWPPP, Roadside Signs, Construction Area Signs, Striping, Concrete Flatwork, Erosion Control- Hydroseeding, Slurry Seal, Crack Sealant, Asphalt Concrete Dike, Roadway Excavation, Roadway Base, Asphalt Concrete Paving, Clearing and Grubbing, Demolition, Water, Adjust Manholes and Utilities, Sawcutting, Imported Borrow, Grading, Underground Construction, Rock Slope Protection, Asphalt Concrete Milling, Trucking (Mega Dumps, Bottom Dumps, End Dumps, Transfers, 10 Wheelers, Low Beds), Asphalt Concrete Suppliers, Aggregate Suppliers, and Ready Mix Suppliers, Pipe Supplier.
IMPORTANT! We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We seek and encourage bids from certified SLBE, ELBE, DBE, UDBE, DVBE, SBE, MBE, WBE and OBE businesses. If your scope of work requires materials, please consider and list suppliers on your quote. For all public projects Payment and Performance Bonds are required for 100% of the subcontract amount. Hazard will compensate for up to 3% for the required Bonds.
Please contact Hazard Construction Company should you need assistance in obtaining bonding, lines of credit or required insurance, equipment, supplies and or materials. Please visit our website to view Hazard Construction Company’s Insurance Requirements for General Liability, Auto and Workers’ Compensation for Subcontractors at http://www.hazardconstruction.com/HCCInsReq.pdf
Please note that the requirements of SB 854 became effective on March 1, 2015. From this point forward All contractors and subcontractors who bid or work on a public works project must register and pay an annual fee to DIR. No Subcontractor may be listed on a public works projects without this registration # and expiration date. The following link leads you to a search website where you can enter the contractor’s legal name or license number https://efiling.dir.ca.gov/PWCR/Search.action
Our firm is preparing a bid for the following project as a prime contractor and we are interested in receiving subcontractor quotations for items of work or materials required below from interested Small Local Business Enterprises (SLBE) and Emerging Local Business Enterprises (ELBE)
City of San Diego
Montezuma/Mid-City Pipeline Phase 2 and
70th Alvarado to Saranac Sidewalk
Bid No. K-23-1821-DBB-3-A-C
Bid Date: December 15, 2022 @ 2:00 PM
Engineer’s Estimate: $ 47 Million Outreach: SLBE/ELBE
Senior Estimator: Ben Sebat
Phone: (562) 928-6111 Email: email@example.com
W.A. Rasic is requesting bids for the following trades and/or material supplies:
Welded steel pipe supply, Waterworks supply, Tunneling, Annular grout, Electrical/instrumentation, Permeation grouting, Minor concrete, Asphalt paving, Asphalt cold milling, Sawcutting, Cathodic protection, Welding, Trucking and disposal, Chlorination/de-chlorination, Geotechnical instrumentation/monitoring, Asbestos pipe removal/disposal, Fiber optic conduit, Landscaping/tree removal, Traffic signal, Traffic striping, Traffic control, Sewer bypass, Paleontological monitoring, Archeological monitoring, Native American monitoring, Survey, Street sweeping, Community liaison, SWPPP, Waterline Relocation, Metals supply, Reinforcing steel, Ready mix concrete, Aggregate supply
Plans and Specifications are available at no cost to interested firms by contacting W.A. Rasic Construction during normal working hours of 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Monday thru Friday or by downloading from the City of San Diego’s Planet Bids Portal.
W.A. Rasic will assist in obtaining bonds, lines of credit, insurance, equipment, supplies and materials upon request. W.A. Rasic will consider each SLBE, ELBE quote, including those that are broken down into economically feasible units as well as arrange delivery schedules to facilitate and encourage maximum bidding participation. W.A. Rasic also encourages a consortium of SLBE and ELBE firms when a contract potion is too large to handle individually. Subcontractors must have a valid California Contractors License and must be registered with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) as required by Section 1725.5 of the Public Contract Code. Subcontractors will be required to execute W.A Rasic’s standard subcontract agreement and general insurance requirements. A copy of our subcontractor agreement and insurance requirements is available in electronic format upon request. W.A. Rasic reserves the right to require each subcontractor to provide payment and performance bonds in the amount of 100% of the subcontractors bid. Bond Premium will be reimbursed up to a cost not to exceed 2.5%. W.A. Rasic is an equal opportunity employer and Union signatory Contractor.
Shimmick Construction Company is a Prime Contractor requesting bids from the City of San Diego’s approved SLBE/ELBE list. Subcontractors/Suppliers/Professional Service for the following project:
City of San Diego, Pure Water Program (PMP) Central Area Small-Scale Facility Project
BID No. K-23-2119-DBB-3-C Bid Date & Time: January 12, 2023 @ 2:00PM
*Bids should be received no later than 5:00pm on January 11, 2023, quotes received after the time listed may be considered non-responsive*
ALL Subcontractors, Suppliers & Manufactures must submit a completed Debarment & Suspension Certification
by January 11, 2023 @ 5:00pm
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: The work consists of providing a new water purification demonstration facility named "Central Area Small-Scale Facility" including but not limited to, processes, structures, and systems as listed below: 1) Process Facilities including: a. Primary influent and primary effluent feed pumps, b. Blend tank, c. Biological Nutrient Removal (BNR) system, d. Membrane bioreactor (MBR) system, e. ozone treatment, f. Biological activated carbon filtration, g. Membrane filtration, h. Reverse osmosis, i. Ultraviolet/Advanced oxidation process, 2) Support Systems including: a. Chemical storage and delivery systems, b. Electrical and control, 3) Perform site work including, but not limited to, grading: new pavement, and yard piping.
SUBCONTRACTORS/SUPPLIERS REQUESTED FOR, but not limited to: Sand & Gravel Supplier, Concrete & Cement Supplier, Steel Suppliers, Pipe Suppliers, Drainage Systems Suppliers, Guard Railing & Barrier Suppliers, Pipeline, Drain Inspection & Cleaning, Concrete Pumping, Paving Asphalt (Asphalt Concrete), CIDH Concrete Piling, Minor Concrete Structure, Core Concrete – Repair Bridge Deck , Reinforcing Steel, Plastic Pipe, Concrete Curb & Sidewalk, Drainage Pumping Equipment, Pumping Plant Electrical, Misc. Iron & Steel, Saw Cutting, Metal Railing, Super 10 Trucks, Crane Work, Pipe Insulation, Coring/Cutting, Construction/Crane Equipment Rental, Demolition, Construction Surveying, Lighting – Low Voltage, Seismic Engineering, and Small Tools Supplier (Hardwear).
Shimmick Construction has listed scopes of work that may be broken down into economically feasible packages to encourage SLBE-ELBE participation. Shimmick will conduct ourselves in good faith with all firms participating on this project.
Shimmick Construction Company – 530 Technology Drive, Suite 300 - Irvine, CA 92618
Phone: (949) 333-1500, Fax: (949) 333-1510
THIS PROJECT IS SUBJECT TO A PROJECT LABOR AGREEMENT
For questions regarding this project or for assistance obtaining bonding, necessary equipment, supplies and/or materials, or lines of credit or insurance, please contact Brian Larsen at or firstname.lastname@example.org or (949) 704-2338.
Send all quotes for this project to email@example.com.
AVAILABILITY OF PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS: Contract Documents may be obtained by visiting the City’s website: http://www.sandiego.gov/cip/ . Plans and Specifications for this contract are also available for review in the office of the City Clerk or Purchasing & Contracting Department, Public Works Division. Shimmick Construction has also made the plans and specifications available at no cost through our SmartBidNet: https://securecc.smartinsight.co/#/PublicBidProject/677370 if you require assistance with accessing the plans/specs or contract documents please contact Trina Clay at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 310-722-1402.
CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS: Labor Code Section 1771.1 (a) A contractor or subcontractor shall not be qualified to bid on, be listed in a bid proposal, subject to the requirements of Section 4104 of the Public Contract Code or engage in the performance of any contract for public work, as defined in this chapter, unless currently registered and qualified to perform public work pursuant to Section 1725.5. It is not a violation of this section for an unregistered contractor to submit a bid that is authorized by Section 7029.1 of the Business and Professions Code or by Section 10164 or 20103.5 of the Public Contract Code, provided the contractor is registered to perform public work pursuant to Section 1725.5 at the time the contract is awarded.
Bids submitted will confirm the acceptance of the terms and conditions of SCCI’s Standard Long Form Subcontract or Purchase Order, available upon request. A Subcontractor/Supplier providing a proposed bid/price will be viewed as accepting SCCI’s Standard Long Form Subcontract or Purchase Order-100% Performance and Payment bonds are required for subcontractors, material bonds are required from all suppliers. Shimmick Construction will pay bond premium up to 2%. Subcontractors/Suppliers will be required to abide by terms and conditions of the AGC Master Labor Agreements. All proposers are bound to the prime contract terms and conditions, including payment provisions. Insurance coverage is required as set by the Owner Contract or Shimmick Construction – whichever is greatest. Minimum insurance requirements: General Liability $1M-Per Occurrence/$2M-Agg/$2M-Completed Operations; Excess Liability $5M; Auto Liability $1M; Workers Comp & Employer Liability $1M. The listing of a Subcontractor/Supplier is not to be construed as an acceptance of all of the conditions or exceptions included with theprice quote. Shimmick requires that Subcontractor & Supplier price quotes be provided at a reasonable time prior to the bid deadline to enable a complete evaluation.
Shimmick Construction Company, Inc. is An Equal Opportunity Employer
10 AM - 12 Noon
Meeting via Bluejeans at https://bluejeans.com/770617802
Learn About Participation Opportunities for Clear & Grub, Concrete Barrier, Construction Area Signs, Demolition, Electrical, Landscape & Irrigation, Onsite Trucking, Pavement Marking, QA/QC, Reinforcing Steel, Signs, Soundwall, Survey, SWPPP, Traffic Control and MANY others.
San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments
SR 57/60 INTERCHANGE IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT
SGVCOG CONTRACT NO. 22-13 in Los Angeles County in Diamond Bar & the City of Industry
ENGINEER’S ESTIMATE is $275,000,000 - $285,000,000
24% DBE Project Goal
*****Lower Tier DBE participation is greatly encouraged*****
Guy F. Atkinson Construction, LLC
18201 Von Karman Ave, 8th Floor, Irvine, CA 92612
Phone: 949-382-7145 / Fax: 949-769-5600
EPA’s Superfund Program cleans up the most serious uncontrolled or abandoned releases of contamination at polluted sites. There have been many hazardous commercial and industrial wastes that have been mismanaged across the country which has resulted in thousands of contaminated sites that have posed risks to human health and the environment. Under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL), the Biden-Harris Administration, plans to invest $3.5 billion in environmental remediation at the Superfund National Priorities List sites. This is considered to be one of the largest investments in American history to address the legacy pollution that harms the public health of communities and neighborhoods.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) is committed to leveraging targeted initiatives and strategies focused on the expansion of the utilization of socioeconomic small businesses within its Superfund remedial acquisitions. We are looking for capable and qualified socioeconomic small businesses that specialize in Design and Engineering Services, Remediation Environmental Services, and Environmental Services and Operation with an emphasis on those businesses operating under the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes of 541620 (Environmental Consulting Services) and 562910 (Remediation Services).
We are requesting socioeconomic small businesses follow the simple steps outlined in the flyer to register for the EPA OSDBU Small Business Vendor Database. Registration in the EPA OSDBU Small Business Vendor Database will assist EPA acquisition officials with market research and vendor engagement activities and the ability to streamline and expedite the identification of qualified vendors for individual Superfund remedial acquisitions.
All questions and concerns related to this request can be sent to Dianna Price, EPA Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Small Business Specialist at OSDBU@epa.govView Flyer at https://socalptac.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/Superfund-Remedial-Acquisitions-Flyer_FINAL_HANDOUT__14Sept22.pdf