Local Bidding Opportunities

Otay 2nd Pipeline Phase 1
City of San Diego
Silverstrand Construction
We are reaching out to our SLBE/ELBE materials/services/trade partners and kindly ask for a proposal of the following project.

Project provides for the construction of 4,600 ft. (0.9 mile) of new 48-inch pipeline on Woodman Street between Imperial Avenue and Skyline Drive and abandoning of the existing 36-inch Otay 2nd Pipeline. The new 48-inch pipeline alignment will start at the 65th Street and Imperial Avenue and will run south crossing the trolley tracks. Then it will run east on Imperial Avenue turning south at Woodman Street and will end at Skyline Drive connecting to the existing Otay 2nd Pipeline. This new pipeline is proposed to feed the new Cielo and Woodman Pump Station. This project will relocate the existing Pressure Regulating Valve from the Imperial Avenue median, that presently posed safety hazard to maintenance personnel, to the easement South of Imperial Avenue and 65th Street.

05/28/2019

2 PM
Christer Horstman
858-221-9206
858-369-7971
bids@sscbuild.com
City of San Diego, Department of Public Works
Shimmick Construction Company, Inc.
Shimmick Construction Company, Inc. is a Prime Contractor requesting bids from certified SBE/MBE/WBE/DBE firms. Subcontractors/Professional Services/Suppliers for the following project:
North City PURE Water Facility BID No. K-19-1810-DBB-3
City of San Diego, Department of Public Works
BID DATE CHANGE: MAY 31, 2019 @ 2:00PM *Please submit bids/scope-letters by: May 29, 2019*
FORM 4500-3 should be completed & submitted with your bid/scope letters

ALL Subcontractors with package values greater than 1/2% of the total project value must submit a
completed "OCIP Worksheet” to Shimmick COB May 31, 2019

PROJECT OVERVIEW: The NCPWF will be constructed north of Eastgate Mall across from the existing NCWRP. The completed facility will provide the owner with a production capacity of 34 million gallons per day of purified water that will be conveyed to Miramar Reservoir for augmentation. The NCPWF includes, but is not limited to, Operation and Maintenance Building, process facilities including ozone, biological active carbon (BAC) filters, membrane filtration (MF), reverse osmosis (RO), ultraviolet (UV) advanced oxidation, support systems including chemicals, HVAC, electrical, instrumentation & control, and site work, all in accordance with the special provisions, drawings, and technical specification.

Scopes of work requested but not limited to the following:

SUBCONTRACTORS: AC Paving, Rebar, AC Dike, Flatwork, PCC Pavement, Fencing & Gates, CIDH Pile, Demolition, Core & Sawcutting, Asphalt Coldplane & Milling, AC Slurry Seal, Striping, Traffic Control, Landscaping & Irrigation (Hydroseeding), Pavers, Joint Seal, Excavation & Grading, Shoring, Signs, Roofing, Canopy, Ceiling & Acoustical Ceiling Panel, Painting & Coating, Anti-Graffiti Coating, Drywall, Flooring, Plumbing, Doors, Windows, Pipe Insulation, Certified Welding Inspection, Welding, HVAC, Structural Steel, Misc. Metals, Dumbwaiter, Elevator, Restroom (toilet, sinks, showers), Cabinetry, Waterproofing, Sheet Metal/Metal Roof, Electrical Vehicle, Skylights, Concrete Pumping, Electrical (Medium Voltage), Fire Alarm, CCTV, Instrumentation, Security System, Fiber Optic Cable, Sweepers, Water Trucks, Super-10’s, End Dumps and Bottom Dumps.

SUPPLIERS: Aggregate, Ready Mix, Formliner, Detectable Warning Surface (DWS), Misc. Precast Concrete Items (curb stops, trash receptacle, bench, etc.) Geotextile/Liner, Traffic Control items, Structural Soil/Bio-Engineered Soil, Roadway Signs, Architectural/Wayfinding Signs, Windows, Doors, Roof Access Hatch, FRP/Structural Composites, Pipe Supports, Welded Steel Pipe, Stainless Steel, Valves & Pumps & Process Equipment (various types & sizes), HDPE Pipe, Ductile Iron, Catholic Protection, Site Furnishings (Lockers, Benches, Bike Racks, Lab Fume Hood, Fountain, etc.), Louvers, Traffic Signal, Fiber Optic Conduit, Lighting, Electrical Hardware & Power& Distribution, Grounding Materials

Shimmick Construction has listed scopes of work that can be broken down into economically feasible packages to encourage participation. Shimmick will conduct ourselves in good faith with all firms participating on the project. The Owner has implemented an OCIP, Owner Controlled Insurance Program for this project, as detailed in Section 7-4, Contractor and subcontractors still provide some insurance coverage under the OCIP.

Shimmick Construction Company, Inc. – 530 Technology Drive, Suite 300 - Irvine, CA 92618
Phone: (949) 333-1500, Fax: (949) 333-1510
For additional project information or to discuss obtaining necessary equipment, supplies, and/or materials, please contact Brian Larsen at blarsen@shimmick.com or 949-333-1500 x320. Send all quotes for this project to estimating.southwest@shimmick.com.

Contract documents are available: Contract Documents may be obtained by visiting the City’s website: http://www.sandiego.gov/cip/. Plans and Specifications for this contract are available for review in the office of the City Clerk or Public Works Contracts, City of San Diego. The plans and specifications are also available through SmartBidNet: https://secure.smartinsight.co/#/PublicBidProject/431221, if you require assistance with access to plans/specs or contract requirements please contact Trina Clay at tclay@shimmick.com or at 949-333-1517.

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 Prime 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 the price quote. Shimmick requires that Subcontractor & Supplier price quotes be provided at a reasonable time prior to the bid deadline to enable a complete evaluation. For assistance with bonding, insurance or lines of credit contact Trina Clay at tclay@shimmick.com or 949-333-1517.
Shimmick Construction Company, Inc. is An Equal Opportunity Employer

05/31/19

2:00pm
Trina Clay
530 Technology Drive, Ste 300 Irvine, CA 92618
949-333-1500
949-333-1510
tclay@shimmick.com
http://www.shimmick.com
COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO
SUKUT CONSTRUCTION
Requests quotes from qualified and certified DVBE Subcontractors/Suppliers/Vendors for the following (but not limited to) work:
Subcontractors:  Asphalt Paving, Concrete Flatwork, Erosion Control, Hydroseed, Reinforcing Steel Rebar, Striping, Gabion Baskets
(subs & vendors) Vendors:  Aggregates, Concrete, Misc. Metals, Pipe Materials, Rip Rap, Concrete Precast Box

COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO
RENOVATION OF THE STORM WATER CONTROL SYSTEM AT THE SAN PASQUAL ACADEMY RFB No. 9478
Escondido, CA
BID DATE June 3, 2019 @ 2:00 p.m.
Sub & Supplier Quotes Due Prior
Sukut Construction, LLC 4010 W. Chandler Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92704
Contact: Rick Welshiemer
Phone: (714) 540-5351 • Fax: (714) 545-2003 • Email: estimating@sukut.com

Plans/specs are available for viewing at our office by appointment, via Sukut’s FTP site, or may be obtained from Owner. Subcontractors must be prepared to furnish 100% performance and payment bonds and possess current insurance and workers’ comp coverage. Sukut will assist
Qualified Subcontractors in obtaining bonds, insurance, and/or lines of credit. Please contact Sukut for assistance in responding to this solicitation.

Subcontractors/Vendors will be required to sign Sukut’s Standard Subcontract/Purchase Order. Copies are available for examination.
Sukut Construction’s listing of a Subcontractor in its bid to the agency is not to be construed as an acceptance of all of the Subcontractor’s conditions or exceptions included with Subcontractor’s price quotes. Quotations must be valid for the same duration as specified by Owner for contract
award.

Please note DVBE participation on your quote including DVBE name, address, DIR and CSLB numbers.
Sukut Construction, LLC
An Equal Opportunity Employer

06/03/2019

2:00 PM
RICK WELSHIEMER
4010 W. Chandler Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92704
714) 540-5351
714) 545-2003
estimating@sukut.com
http://sbeinc.com
City of San Diego
TC Construction Company Inc.
TC Construction Company Inc. is seeking certified and qualified SLBE and ELBE, subcontractors and/or suppliers for: K-19-1821-DBB-3
Project: Montezuma PPL/Mid-City Pipeline PH2 and 70th -Alvarado to Saranac-Sidewalk
Agency/Owner: City of San Diego
Location: San Diego, CA

Bid Due Date: May 22, 2019 at 2:00pm
Contact: Carlos Perea 619-219-3648 or cperea@tcincsd.com

Quotes are needed for: 237110: Installation of Water Mains & Appurtenances, 237310: Asphalt Paving, Concrete Flatwork, Striping, 238210: Electrical, 238910: Jack & Bore, 541690: Archeo / Paleo Native American Monitoring, 541380: Contaminated Water & Soil Removal & Disposal, 561730: Landscape/ Irrigation, 231890: Cathodic Protection, 238990: Shoring & Bracing, 541820: Community Liaison.

**This project is subject to Prevailing Wage Rates, Certified Payroll Required**
** ALL SUBCONTRACTORS MUST BE REGISTERED WITH THE DIR PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION {SB854) PRIOR TO BID OPENING AND PROVIDE PROOF OF REGISTRATION WITH BID. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THE ABOVE MENTIONED INFORMATION WILL DEEM YOUR BID NON-RESPONSIVE*****

If you would like to bid on this project, plans, specifications, and project requirements are available at our office M-F 8:00am-5:00pm at No Cost. Should you need assistance in obtaining bonding, insurance, lines of credit, necessary equipment, supplies, materials or related assistance, services are available.

05/22/2019

2:00 PM
Carlos Perea
10540 Prospect Ave., Santee, CA
619-219-3648
619-258-9751
cperea@tcincsd.com
http://www.tcincsd.com
Otay 2nd Pipeline Phase 1
City of San Diego
Ortiz Corporation
Otay 2nd Pipeline Project provides for the construction of 4,600 ft. (0.9 mile)of new 48-inch pipeline on Woodman Street between Imperial Avenue and Skyline Drive and abandoning of the existing 36-inch Otay 2nd Pipeline. The new 48-inch pipeline alignment will start at the 65th Street and Imperial Avenue and will run south crossing the trolley tracks. Then it will run east on Imperial Avenue turning south at Woodman Street and will end at Skyline
Drive connecting to the existing Otay 2nd Pipeline. This new pipeline is proposed to feed the new Cielo and Woodman Pump Station. This project will relocate the existing Pressure Regulating Valve from the Imperial Avenue median, that presently posed safety hazard to maintenance personnel, to the easement South of Imperial Avenue and 65th Street.

Estimated Bid Value: $9,960,000.00

Plans & Specs can be downloaded for free at: https://www.planetbids.com/portal/portal.cfm?companyID=17950

SLBE participation: 8.8% ELBE participation: 13.5%
Total mandatory participation: 22.3%

Quotes for Services and Supplies requested for the following items for bid including, but not limited to:
237110: Abandonment, Welding, 237310: Asphalt Pavement, Pressure Reducing Station, Concrete Related Work,
Striping, 238210: Electrical, Instrumentation, 484110: Trucking, 541820: Community Liaison

05/28/2019

2:00 PM
Estimating Department
2000 McKinley Avenue, National City, CA 91950
619-434-7925
(619) 434-7931
Estimating@ortizcorporation.com
San Diego County Regional Airport Authority
Flatiron West, Inc.
Request for quotes from Certified DBE's Subcontractors and Suppliers for the following, but not limited
to scopes of work: Aggregate Supply, Asphalt Paving, Cement, Cold Mill, Concrete Supply, Electrical, Joint Seal, PCC Materials, Quality Control, Street Sweeping, Striping.

PLEASE SUBMIT QUOTES BY FAX TO (760) 471-4860 OR EMAIL TO SoCalBids@FlatironCorp.com

Plans and specifications are available, at no cost from the San Diego Regional Airport Authority planetbids portal website: https://www.planetbids.com/portal/portal.cfm?CompanyID=16725# (registration required). Additionally, plans and specifications are available at Flatiron’s San Marcos, CA and Chino Hills, CA offices. Please call to make an appointment to view plans and specifications.

Flatiron analyzes and considers each DBE quote, including those that are broken down into economically feasible units to facilitate bidding. Assistance in obtaining bonding, lines of credit, insurance, equipment, supplies and materials is available upon request. Additionally, please contact us if you require technical assistance.

Quotations must be valid for same duration as specified by Owner for contract award.
Subcontractors are required to possess and maintain a current contractor’s license and must also be registered with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) as required by Public Contract Code Section 1725.5. Subcontractors will be required to execute Flatiron’s Standard Subcontract Terms and Conditions and insurance requirements. A copy of our Standard Subcontract Terms and Conditions is available in electronic format upon request.

Bond Requirements: Notwithstanding any contrary language in a bid to Flatiron or any prior course of dealing between Flatiron and a bidder, and unless waived in writing by Flatiron, Flatiron reserves the right to require each bidder to provide payment and performance bonds assuring bidder’s obligations to Flatiron in the amount of 100 percent of the bid to Flatiron. Flatiron will reimburse the bond premium at actual cost not to exceed 3%. The surety on the bonds must be a California admitted surety. Non-DBE Subs/Suppliers: Indicate 2nd tier DBE participation offered on your quotation as it will be evaluated with your price. WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

06/04/2019

2:00 PM
Veronica Garcia
1770 La Costa Meadows Drive, San Marcos, CA 92078
(760) 916-9100
(760) 471-4860
SoCalBids@Flatironcorp.com
Southwestern Community College District
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Southwestern Community College District of San Diego County, California, acting by and through its Governing Board, hereinafter referred to as the “DISTRICT” will receive up to, but no later than 11:00 AM on May 31, 2019 sealed Bid No. Bid No. 1819- 2032Z, for the award of a contract for the Southwestern College Portable Classroom Project. Bids shall be addressed to Mark Claussen, Proposition R and Z Program Manager Building 1688 located at 900 Otay Lakes Road, Chula Vista, CA 91910, and shall be opened on the date and at the time listed above.

Contractors interested in obtaining bid documents must contact Professional Reprographics at 241 W. 35th Street, Suite A, National City CA. 91950 or (619) 272-5600. CD’s are available for a $15.00 fee. Documents may also be viewed and/or downloaded at no cost by visiting http://www.southwesterncollegeproprplanroom.com. Please note that you will need to register with the site to be able to login under your company’s name and password in order to download the plans. If you have questions about registering, please contact Angel Leano at (619) 272-5600. Obtaining copies of the bid documents is the responsibility of the bidder and the costs are non-refundable. Bidders are also responsible for checking the website noted above for any addenda that may be posted.  Bid documents available on May 15, 2019.

The Director of the California Department of Industrial Relations has determined the general prevailing rate of per diem wages in the locality in which this work is to be performed for each craft or type of worker needed to execute the contract, which will be awarded to the successful bidder, copies of which are on file and will be made available to any interested party upon request at Southwestern Community College or online at http://www.dir.ca.gov/dlsr. It shall be mandatory upon the Contractor to whom the contract is awarded, and upon any subcontractor under him, to pay not less than the said specified rates to all workers employed by them in the execution of the contract.
If the bids subject to this Notice are due on or after March 1, 2015, then pursuant to Labor Code sections 1725.5 and 1771.1, all contractors and subcontractors that wish to bid on, be listed in a bid proposal, or enter into a contract to perform public work must be registered with the Department of Industrial Relations. No bid will be accepted nor any contract entered into without proof of the contractor’s and subcontractors’ current registration with the Department of Industrial Relations to perform public work. If awarded a Contract, the Bidder and its subcontractors, of any tier, shall maintain active registration with the Department of Industrial Relations for the duration of the Project.
This Project is also subject to the Community Benefits Agreement (CBA) adopted by the District on December 12, 2013. The complete agreement is available for viewing and downloading at http://www.swccd.edu/Modules/ShowDocument.aspx?documentid=7910. Minority, women, and disabled veteran contractors are encouraged to submit bids.

Each bidder shall be a licensed contractor pursuant to the California Business and Professions Code Section 7028.15 and Public Contract Code Section 3300, and shall be licensed in the following classification as required by the scope of work required in the above called out bid packages: A or B license. Any bidder not licensed at the time of the bid opening will be rejected as non-responsive.

A MANDATORY Pre-Bid Conference will be held at the Central Plant on the following date and time; May 17, 2019 at 10:00 AM. Each and every Bidder MUST attend the Pre-Bid Conference. Prospective bidders MAY NOT re-visit the Project Site without making arrangements through the Project Manager. The District WILL NOT accept bids from any bidder who did not attend the Pre-Bid Conference.

Please email any questions to rdepew@swccd.edu . Contractors shall reference Bid No 1819-2032Z Southwestern College Portable Classroom Project in the email subject line. The final day for questions shall be May 21, 2019 no later than 11:00 AM.

No bidder may withdraw its bid for ninety (90) days following the date of the bid opening.

5/31/19

11:00AM
City of San Diego
Ortiz Corporation
AC Water Group 1030 is located in Council District
2, within the Peninsula Community Area. The scope of the project is to replace 9,451 Linear Feet of
existing 6, 8, 10,and 12-inch CMLS and prioritized AC water main, water appurtenances, fire hydrants,
pavement resurfacing, curb ramps, and install 2002 Linear Feet of 12-inch new parallel watermain
adjacent to the existing to provide the required loop system on the Shelter Island Drive. Also included
water appurtenances, fire hydrants, trench shoring, pavement resurfacing, rench repair, curb ramps,
all other work associate with this project.
Quotes for Services and Supplies requested for the following items for bid including, but not limited to:
237110: Dewatering Hazardous water, 237310: Slurry Seal, Concrete Pavement, 238990: Hazardous
Waste Management Plans, 541820: Community Liaison & 562910: Contaminate Soils Disposal of
RCRA and non-RCRA Material.
Please let Ortiz Corporation know if you plan to bid on this project by emailing the Estimating
Department@ Estimating@ortizcorporation.com or faxing back the invitation to bid.
Ortiz Corporation is actively seeking and will seriously consider all Quotes from interested and
Qualified Consultant, Subcontractor, Supplier and Vendor Certified SLBE-ELBE's submitted by date
stated above to be responsive. Ortiz will negotiate & is very willing to breakdown any portion of
contract bid item to encourage & facilitate participation as well as assist in obtaining necessary
equipment, supplies, materials or related assistance or services. Material suppliers submitting bids in
excess of 50-miles of City limits shall be responsible for cost associated with travel, meals, lodging &
car rental for two inspectors. Bonds/Insurance are required, Ortiz will only reimburse cost of actual
bond (NO EXEPTIONS). ASSISTANCE is available for lines of Bonding/Credit Lines/Certifications
including City of San Diego SLBE-ELBE Program registration process. Willing Subs will be signing an
AGC Sub-Contract form & adhere to Ortiz terms & conditions with documentation delivery schedule
available upon request. Ortiz Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all participating Subs
must follow same guidelines. If you have any questions, please let us know immediately. STATE
PREVAILING WAGE RATES APPLY - MANDATORY USE OF APPRENTICES

Plans & Specs can be downloaded for free at: https://www.planetbids.com/portal
/portal.cfm?companyID=17950

05/16/2019

2:00 PM
Estimating Dept.
2000 McKinley Avenue, National City, CA 91950
619-434-7925
619-434-7931
Estimating@ortizcorporation.com
Caltrans
Hazard Construction Company
Hazard Construction 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:

http://ppmoe.dot.ca.gov/des/oe/weekly-ads/all-adv-projects.php

*** THIS IS A PREVAILING WAGE PROJECT ***

SUBTRADES: LEAD COMPLIANCE PLAN, CONSTRUCTION AREA SIGNS, TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM, PORTABLE CHANGEABLE MESSAGE SIGN, PREPARE WPCP, TREATED WOOD WASTE, CLEARING & GRUBBING, LANDSCAPE & IRRIGATION, PLACE HMA DIKE, HMA SUPPLY, TRUCKING, CONCRETE SUPPLY, AGGREGATE SUPPLY, MINOR CONCRETE STRUCTUES, MIDWEST GUARDRAIL SYSTEM & RELATED, STRIPING AND PAVEMENT MARKINGS, CONCRETE BARRIER, RUMBLE STRIP, SUBSURFACE LOCATOR, MODIFYING EXISTING ELECTRICAL SYSTEM, REINFORCING STEEL

*** 18% DBE CONTRACT GOAL ***

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

05/29/19

2:00 PM
Bryan Seeger
6465 Marindustry Dr., San Diego, CA 92121
858-587-3600 x139
858-453-6034
bseeger@hazardcon.com
Morena Pump Station
The City of San Diego
Flatiron West, Inc.
Request for Quotes from Certified DBE/MBE/WBE/SBE Subcontractors and Suppliers

Clean Water State Revolving Fund Project
SWRCB DBE Forms are REQUIRED from Subcontractors

DBE Participation Encouraged

Quotes requested for Divisions 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 22, 23, 26, 31, 32, 33, 35, 40, 41, 43, 44 and 46 for the following, but not limited to, scopes of work: Demolition, Reinforcing Steel, Concrete Finishing, Precast Concrete, Grouting, Concrete Doweling, Concrete Unit Masonry, Glass Unit Masonry, Post-Installed Anchors, Welding, Structural Steel Framing, Steel Joist, Steel Decking, Metal Fabrications, Aluminum Railings, Metal Gratings, GRF Plastic, Insulation, Metal Roofing, Joint Sealants, Doors and Frames, Overhead Coiling Doors, Glazing, Painting and Coating, Signage, Fire Protection, Pluming Piping, HVAC, Electrical, Aggregate Supply, Dewatering, Geotextiles, Stone Columns, Microtunneling, Asphalt Paving, Unit Pavers, Curb and Gutters, Fences and Gates, Landscape and Irrigation, Conveyance Piping, Manholes, Valve Supply, Fabricated Slide and Control Gates, Instrumentation and Controls, Overhead Bridge Crane, Monorail Hoists and Jib Cranes, Pumps, Pollution Control Equipment, Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic Grating, Waterproofing, Raised Computer Flooring.

PLEASE SUBMIT QUOTES BY EMAIL TO SoCalBids@flatironcorp.com OR BY FAX TO (760) 471-4860.

Plans and specifications are available to download, at no cost, from the City of San Diego’s PlanetBids website at the following link: https://www.planetbids.com/portal/portal.cfm?companyID=17950&access (registration required). The Bid Documents are also available, at no cost, from Flatiron in electronic format or can be viewed at our offices in San Marcos or Chino Hills. Please call to request access or to make an appointment to view the documents at one of our offices.

This is an American Iron and Steel project. Quotations must be valid for same duration as specified by Owner for contract award. Assistance in obtaining bonding, lines of credit, insurance, equipment, supplies and materials is available upon request. Flatiron West, Inc. analyzes and considers each DBE quote, including those that are broken down into economically feasible units to facilitate bidding.

Subcontractors are required to possess and maintain a current contractor’s license and must also be registered with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) as required by Public Contract Code Section 1725.5. Subcontractors will be required to execute Flatiron’s Standard Subcontract Terms and Conditions and meet insurance requirements. A copy of our Standard Subcontract Terms and Conditions is available in electronic format upon request.

Notwithstanding any contrary language in a bid to Flatiron West, Inc. (“Flatiron”) or any prior course of dealing between Flatiron and a bidder, and unless waived in writing by Flatiron, Flatiron reserves the right to require each bidder to provide payment and performance bonds assuring bidder’s obligations to Flatiron in the amount of 100 percent of the bid to Flatiron. Flatiron will reimburse the bond premium at actual cost not to exceed 3%.

Non-DBE Subs/Suppliers: Indicate lower tier DBE participation offered on your quotation as it will be evaluated with your price. WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

06/06/2019

2:00 PM
Jannette Carter
1770 La Costa Meadows Drive, San Marcos, CA 92078
(760) 916-9009
(760) 471-4860
SoCalBids@Flatironcorp.com
City of National City
The City of National City’s Engineering & Public Works Department seeks Statements of Qualifications (SOQs) from interested consultant firms to provide on-call project support services for National City’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP) and other professional services. 

On-call contracts will be three years in length, with the option to extend for two, one year extensions, and will range in value from $50,000 to $2,000,000 depending on qualifications, scope of services offered, capital needs and available funding.

Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs) are encouraged to participate in the RFQ process by submitting an SOQ as a Prime Consultant, or by serving as a Sub-consultant on one or more teams. The local agency’s contract DBE Goal is 6%.

The RFQ is available for free download on the City’s PlanetBids portal at: https://www.planetbids.com/portal/portal.cfm?CompanyID=24103
SOQs shall be submitted no later than 5:00 PM on Monday, June 10, 2019.

Request for Qualifications Information Session, May 14, 2019 from 3:00pm -5:00pm
The City of National City is looking for professional consultant firms to provide on-call support services in the following disciplines: 

Engineering
Environmental Compliance
Construction Management & Inspections
Housing & Real Estate Development
Landscape Architecture & Urban Design
Community Outreach
Graphic Design/Web Design
Public Relations & Government Affairs
Geotechnical, Soils & Materials
Fire inspection Services & Wed Abatement
Building Department Support Services
Landscape Surveying
Architecture

Tuesday, May 14, 2019 
3:00pm - 5:00pm
Location: Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center
140 E. 12th St., National City, CA 91950

6/10/19

5:00pm
City of San Marcos
OHL USA, Inc.
OHL USA, Inc. is bidding as a Prime Contractor on the following City of San Marcos Capital Improvement Program – Creek District Infrastructure Project, IFB CIP CONBID 19-01, CIP Project No. 88505, 88529, 88265, 88263, 88264.
We are seeking sub-bids from certified DBE Subcontractors/Suppliers for all areas of work, including but not limited to those listed: Aggregate Base, Alternative Pipe Culvert, Architectural Finishes, Asphalt Concrete, Cable Railing, Cast-in-Drilled Hole Concrete Piling, Chain Link Fence, Class 2 Aggregate Base, Clear and Grub, Cold Plane Concrete Pavement, Concrete Barrier, Concrete Curb & Sidewalk-Miscellaneous, Concrete Overlay – Drill & Bond, Construction Area Signs, Delineator, Demolition, Electrical, Equipment Rental, Erosion Control, Excavation, Furnish & Install Sign Structure, Furnish Laminated Panel, Furnish Single Sheet Aluminum Sign, Hazardous Waste Trucking, Hot Mix Asphalt, Hydroseeding, Imported Borrow, Irrigation, Joint Seal, Landscape, Lead Compliance Plan, Lighting, Manhole Construction, Minor Concrete Structure, Miscellaneous Iron/Steel, Miscellaneous Metals, Pipe Supply, Place Hot Mix Asphalt, Plastic Pipe, Polyester Concrete, Prestressing Concrete Cast-in-Place, QA/QC, Ready Mix, Reinforced Concrete Pipe, Reinforcing Steel, Remove Concrete, Remove Pavement Marking & Traffic Stripes, Roadside Signs, Roadway Excavation, Rock Slope Protection, Sawcutting, Sewer Connection, Signal & Lighting, Sound Wall (Masonry Block-Concrete), Storm Drain, Street Sweeping, Structure Backfill, Structure Excavation, Survey, SWPPP, Temporary Crash Cushion Module, Temporary Erosion Control, Temporary Fencing, Temporary Railing (K-Rail), Temporary Traffic Striping, Thermoplastic Traffic Striping & Marking, Traffic Control System, Traffic Signal Modification, Trucking –Bottom Dump/End Dump/Super 10.
Plans & Specs are available at OHL offices from 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Monday through Friday at:
1920 MAIN ST. SUITE 310 IRVINE, CA 92614
Phone: (949) 242-4432 • Fax (949)231-1255/(949)231-1256
Or by using the dropbox link: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/0y7cahmuft9no0z/AAAZIU8uuLx8CuHIFx_6X2Rua?dl=0
Contact: Estimating Department – Hamed Soltani Hamed.Soltani@ohlna.com FAX: (949) 231-1255 / (949) 231-1256
Compliance to City of San Marcos applicable Standards and Special Provisions, including FHWA Buy America requirements as outlined in 23 CFR §635.410 applies. 100% bonding may be required for all subcontractors. Assistance available in obtaining bonds, lines of credit, insurance, necessary equipment, supplies, materials or related assistance or services and technical assistance. Flexible time frames for performance, delivery and breaking out portions of work into economically feasible packages to encourage participation may be discussed. Additional assistance is available through the City of Los Angeles Contractor Development and Bonding Program for more information visit www.LAConDev.com or call 213/258-3000. OHL USA, Inc. intends to conduct itself in “good faith” with all categories of disadvantaged, small, minority and women firms regarding participation on this project, therefore please send your certifications prior to quotes. Subcontractors are required to be registered with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR), as required by Public Contract Code Section 1725.5, please furnish DIR Number with your quote submittal. Conditions or exceptions in Subcontractor’s quote are expressly rejected unless accepted in writing. Include applicable DBE certifications issued and validated by pertinent agencies.

OHL USA, Inc. is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

06/06/2019

2:00 PM
Hamed Soltani
1920 Main Street, Suite 310 Irvine CA 92614
949/242-4432
949/231-1255
Hamed.Soltani@ohlna.com
http://www.ohlna.com
Morena Pump Station
City of San Diego
OHL USA, Inc.
OHL USA, Inc. is bidding as a Prime Contractor on the following Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Funded City of San Diego Project- Morena Pump Station, Bid No. K-19-1801-DBB-3
We are seeking sub-bids from certified DBE/MBE/WBE Subcontractors/Suppliers for all areas of work, including but not limited to those listed: Aggregate Base, Asphalt Paving, Cathodic Protection, Chlorination, Clear & Grub, Cold Plane Concrete Pavement, Concrete Curb & Sidewalk Miscellaneous, Construction Area Signs, Demolition, Dewatering, Electrical, Environmental Engineer, Equipment Rental, Erosion Control, Guard Railing & Barriers Supplier, Guardrail, Hazardous Waste Trucking, Installation of Mechanical Components, Instrumentation, Irrigation, Landscape, Lead Compliance Plan, Maintain Existing Traffic Management System Elements During Construction, Masonry, Minor Concrete Structure, Miscellaneous Iron/Steel, Miscellaneous Metals, Noise Monitoring, Odor Control, Painting Structures, Pavement Marker, Pipe Supply, Plastic Pipe, Potholing, Public Relations, Pump Supply, QA/QC, Ready Mix, Reinforcing Steel, Roadside Signs, Roofing, Sand Backfill, Shaped Bedding, Shoring, Signal & Lighting, Storm Drain, Storm Water Pollution Plan, Street Sweeping, Striping, Structural Steel, Temporary Erosion Control, Temporary Fencing, Temporary Railing (K-Rail), Temporary Traffic Striping, Testing, Thermoplastic Traffic Striping & Marking, Traffic Control System, Traffic Loop Detector, Traffic Signal Modification, Trucking – Bottom Dump/End Dumps/Super 10, Tunnel Annulus Grouting, Vibration Monitoring, Water Line Construction, Welded Steel Pipe, Welding.
NAICS Codes included 236220 Commercial and Institutional Building Construction, 237110 Water and Sewer Line and Related Structures Construction, 237310 Highway, Street and Bridge Construction, 237990 Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction, 238210 Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors, 238910 Site Preparation Contractors, 238990 All Other Specialty Trade Contractors, 541330 Engineering Services, 541690 Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services, 541820 Public Relations Agencies.
Plans & Specs are available at OHL offices from 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Monday through Friday at:
1920 MAIN ST. SUITE 310 IRVINE, CA 92614
Phone: (949)242-4432 • Fax (949)231-1255 / (949)231-1256
Or by using the dropbox link: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/41l8nkcy21eoqx2/AAByZYVh3bnZ3Omg4P3KuHoOa?dl=0
Contact Estimating Department – Hamed Soltani Hamed.Soltani@ohlna.com
CWSRF/EPA requires DBE Participation Subcontractor Forms submitted with Bid
Include required Forms and applicable DBE/MBE/WBE, etc. certifications issued and validated by pertinent agencies
Compliance to City of San Diego Standards and Special Provisions, Owner-Controlled Insurance Program (OCIP) for Pure Water Projects, American Iron and Steel (AIS) products have been produced in the United States in a manner that complies with the AIS Requirement, all applicable provisions of the CWSRF Program and applicable EPA Requirements apply. 100% bonding may be required for all subcontractors. Assistance available in obtaining bonds, lines of credit, insurance, necessary equipment, supplies, materials or related assistance or services and technical assistance. Flexible time frames for performance, delivery and breaking out portions of work into economically feasible packages to encourage participation may be discussed. Additional assistance is available through the City of Los Angeles Contractor Development and Bonding Program for more information visit www.LAConDev.com or call 213/258-3000. OHL USA, Inc. intends to conduct itself in “good faith” with all categories of disadvantaged, small, minority and women firms regarding participation on this project, therefore please send your certifications prior to quotes. Subcontractors are required to be registered with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR), as required by Public Contract Code Section 1725.5, please furnish DIR Number with your quote submittal. Conditions or exceptions in Subcontractor’s quote are expressly rejected unless accepted in writing.
OHL USA, Inc. is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

06/06/2019

2:00 PM
Hamed Soltani
1920 Main Street, Suite 310 Irvine CA 92614
949/242-4432
949/231-1255
Hamed.Soltani@ohlna.com
http://www.ohlna.com
Orange Coast College
The project consists of the demolition of the old recycling center structure, concrete columns, concrete curb, curb ramp, catch basin, existing portions of fence and the surrounding site asphalt pavement and base per plans. Existing solar panels to be removed from the structure prior to demolition and delivered to the campus M&O yard. Will need to coordinate with the campus to cut and cap any utilities within the site. Small wooden storage shed to be demoed and hauled off along with all the other site debris and foreign materials at the contractor’s expense. Once the demolition of the site is completed, grading will be done based on the plans which call to use a 6” Caltrans class II aggregate surfacing over 90% compacted subgrade. Construction to begin June 20, 2019 with a completion date of August 19, 2019.    

Class C-21 License Required

Estimate $495,000

Mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting 5/15/19 @10am
Meet at Old Recycling Center Site
2701 Fairrview Rd
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

 

5/29/19

2:00PM
City of Whittier
COMET ELECTRIC, INC.
: The work to be done under this contract consists of the installation of pedestrian countdown signal improvements at the various intersections.
Plans & Specifications: https://www.dropbox.com/s/r7s9h3d7s9cbo0e/17-027%20PEDESTRIAN%20COUNTDOWN%20SIGNAL%20IMP_SPECS%28Bid%20Set%20Specs%20%2004-26-19%29.pdf?dl=0
DBE Goal: 11%
Bid Items: 262- LED countdown pedestrian signal indications, 190- Polar EN2 Navigator accessible pedestrian signal (APS) with programmed street names, 46- Polar APS central control units with USB and Ethernet port, hardware and cables, 2- Polara EZ Communicator programming units, traffic and pedestrian control at each intersection improvement location.

05/24/19

11:00 AM
Chelsy Lovan
21625 Prairie Street Chatsworth, CA 91311
(818) 340-0965 x5751
(818) 340-4033
chelsylovan@cometelectric.com
Caltrans
Hazard Construction Company
Hazard Construction 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:

http://ppmoe.dot.ca.gov/des/oe/weekly-ads/all-adv-projects.php

*** THIS IS A PREVAILING WAGE PROJECT ***

SUBTRADES: LEAD COMPLIANCE PLAN, CONSTRUCTION AREA SIGNS, TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM, PORTABLE CHANGEABLE MESSAGE SIGN, SWPPP, NOISE MONITORING, CRACK TREATMENT, SLURRY SEAL, COLD PLANE ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVEMENT, SURVEY MONUMENT (TYPE D), STRIPING AND PAVEMENT MARKINGS, RUMBLE STRIP, MODIFY EXISTING ELECTRICAL SYSTEM, QC/TESTING SERVICES, ASPHALT SUPPLY, CONCRETE SUPPLY AND TRUCKING

*** 17% DBE CONTRACT GOAL ***

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

05/22/2019

2:00 PM
Jason Mordhorst
6465 Marindustry Dr., San Diego, CA 92121
858-587-3600
858-453-6034
jmordhorst@hazardcon.com
The City Of San Diego
J.F. Shea Construction, Inc.
Sub-Bids Requested from qualified DBE Subcontractors and Suppliers For:
MORENA PUMP STATION
K-19-1801-DBB-3
Location: San Diego, CA

J.F. Shea Construction, Inc.
667 Brea Canyon Road, Suite 30 • Walnut, CA 91789
Phone: (909) 595-4397, Fax: (909) 444-4268
Contact: Lori Olivas, lori.olivas@jfshea.com
J.F. Shea Construction, Inc. is soliciting your participation in the preparation of this bid.

We are particularly interested in bids from subcontractors/suppliers for the following work items:
Demolition, Geotextiles, Aggregate, Fencing, Landscape, Ready-Mix Concrete, Reinforcing Steel, Masonry, Structural Steel, Steel Decking, Miscellaneous Metals, FRP Fabrications, Insulation, Metal Roof Panels, Roofing, Sealants, Metal Doors/Frames/Hardware, Access Doors, Overhead Coiling Doors, Glazing, Painting & Coatings, Signage, HVAC, Equipment, Electrical and Instrumentation
Plans and Specifications: Contract Documents may be obtained free of charge by visiting the City’s website: https://www.sandiego.gov/purchasing/bids-contracts . Plans may also be viewed at the Dodge Plan Rooms or at our Walnut Office.
J.F. Shea Construction, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and intends to negotiate in good faith with interested DBE firms and intends to utilize the lowest responsive bidder. J.F. Shea expects potential subcontractors to be bondable. J.F. Shea will pay for up to 1% for subcontractor bond costs. Subcontractors and Suppliers are expected to bid per plans and specifications, including requirements for warranties. Standard manufacturer’s warranties, if not in conformance with owner’s specifications, will not be accepted.

06/06/2019

2:00 P.M.
Lori Olivas
667 Brea Canyon Road, Suite 30 • Walnut, CA 91789
909-595-4397
909-444-4268
lori.olivas@jfshea.com
http://www.sbeinc.com
San Diego International Airport
Brady SoCal, Inc.
Construction of 3 support buildings for SDIA.

Construction will start in September and complete in March 2020.

Quotes for services and supplies for scaffolding, equipment rental, insulation, metal stud supplier and joint sealants

Subcontractors/Suppliers who are awarded a contract with Brady SoCal, Inc. will be required to sign Brady's Master Subcontract Agreement without modification. Work orders will be issued on a per project basis. The Master Subcontract Agreement is available for review by request prior to bid date.

We are actively seeking bids from LBE/SB/VOBE/VOSB/DVBE/SDVOSB/WBE

5/16/19

1:00pm
Stacey Coughlan
8100 Center Street
6193356639
scoughlan@brady.com
http://www.brady.com
City of San Marcos
Guy F. Atkinson
Seeking Subs, Services and Supplies for (but not limited to): Aggregate Base (Class 2), Architectural Treatment, Asphalt Paving, Bar Reinforcing Steel, Biofiltration Products (Aggregate Rock, Amended Soil), Bridge Deck Drainage System, CIDH Concrete Piling (Various sizes and Rock Socket), Clear and Grub / Mitigation Clearing and Grubbing, CML&C Steel Waterline, Concrete Barrier, Construction Survey, Construction Area Signs, Container Planting (One Gallon Natives), Demolition, Drainage Supply, Erosion Control, Fencing, Flatwork / Minor Concrete (Driveway, Side Walk, Curb Inlet), Headed Bar Reinforcement, Hot Mix Asphalt Paving, Irrigation System Installation, Landscaping, Levee Toe Drain, Masonry Block (Retaining Wall), Natural Boulders, Permanent Steel Casing (Various sizes), Prestressing Cast-in-Place Concrete, QA/QC, Reinforced Concrete Pipe (Various sizes and classes), Reinforced Concrete Pipe Rubber Gaskets and Joints (Various sizes and classes), Rock Slope Protection / Rock Slope Protection Fabric, Signal and Lighting, Sound Wall (Masonry Block), Stabilized Decomposed Granite, Steel Pedestrian Railing, Street Sweeping, Trucking, Water Fountain, Welded Steel Pipe, Wet and Dry Utility Supply. Refer to project specs for the complete bid item list.
Guy F. Atkinson is a union contractor and an Equal Opportunity Employer. Atkinson is signatory to the Carpenters, Cement Masons, Laborers and Operating Engineers Unions. 100% Performance & Payment Bonds from an approved surety company will be required for subcontractors with contract value greater than $100,000. Atkinson will pay the cost of bonds up to 2.0%. We will assist in obtaining necessary equipment, supplies, materials or related services. We will split items of work (see project specs for full list of bid items) and provide assistance in obtaining bonding, lines of credit and insurance where needed. Prices must stay firm through subcontract and purchase order execution. Subcontractors will be expected to sign Atkinson's standard subcontract and to comply with our company's standard insurance requirements which include a waiver of subrogation. Please provide your contractor's license #, DBE cert # and DIR # with your quote. Atkinson requests that subs and vendors register and prequalify in our online system at https://www.atknextranet.com prior to bidding.
TO DOWNLOAD PLANS, SPECS, THE INFO HANDOUT, ANY ADDENDA, ETC and VIEW Q&A: Please go to the City of San Marcos PlanetBids site -https://www.planetbids.com/portal/portal.cfm?CompanyID=39481
Or contact Atkinson TO VIEW AND DOWNLOAD ALL BID DOCUMENTS through our online service, BuildingConnected.
Please contact Atkinson with any questions or for help with your bid.

06/06/2019

2:00 PM
SoCal Estimating
18201 Von Karman Avenue, 8th Floor, Irvine, CA 92612
949-382-7145
949-553-0252
socal.estimating@atkn.com
https://www.atkn.com/
San Diego County Water Authority
Beyaz & Patel
Supporting Structural Engineering, Architectural, Inspection, and Geotechnical Services for new regional water facilities in the Capital Improvement Program and rehabilitation or replacement of facilities identified in the Asset Management Program.

05/22/2019

2:00 p.m.
Megan Krause
10920 Via Frontera. Suite 210
8583763132
mkrause@beyazpatel.com
http://www.beyazpatel.com
City of San Diego, Department of Public Works
Shimmick Construction Company, Inc.
Shimmick Construction Company, Inc. is a Prime Contractor requesting bids from certified SBE/MBE/WBE/DBE firms. Subcontractors/Professional Services/Suppliers for the following project:
North City PURE Water Facility BID No. K-19-1810-DBB-3
City of San Diego, Department of Public Works
BID DATE CHANGE: MAY 21, 2019 @ 2:00PM *Please submit bids/scope-letters by: May 17, 2019*
FORM 4500-3 should be completed & submitted with your bid/scope letters

PROJECT OVERVIEW: The NCPWF will be constructed north of Eastgate Mall across from the existing NCWRP. The completed facility will provide the owner with a production capacity of 34 million gallons per day of purified water that will be conveyed to Miramar Reservoir for augmentation. The NCPWF includes, but is not limited to, Operation and Maintenance Building, process facilities including ozone, biological active carbon (BAC) filters, membrane filtration (MF), reverse osmosis (RO), ultraviolet (UV) advanced oxidation, support systems including chemicals, HVAC, electrical, instrumentation & control, and site work, all in accordance with the special provisions, drawings, and technical specification.

Scopes of work requested but not limited to the following:

SUBCONTRACTORS: AC Paving, Rebar, AC Dike, Flatwork, PCC Pavement, Fencing & Gates, CIDH Pile, Demolition, Core & Sawcutting, Asphalt Coldplane & Milling, AC Slurry Seal, Striping, Traffic Control, Landscaping & Irrigation (Hydroseeding), Pavers, Joint Seal, Excavation & Grading, Shoring, Signs, Roofing, Canopy, Ceiling & Acoustical Ceiling Panel, Painting & Coating, Anti-Graffiti Coating, Drywall, Flooring, Plumbing, Doors, Windows, Pipe Insulation, Certified Welding Inspection, Welding, HVAC, Structural Steel, Misc. Metals, Dumbwaiter, Elevator, Restroom (toilet, sinks, showers), Cabinetry, Waterproofing, Sheet Metal/Metal Roof, Electrical Vehicle, Skylights, Concrete Pumping, Electrical (Medium Voltage), Fire Alarm, CCTV, Instrumentation, Security System, Fiber Optic Cable, Sweepers, Water Trucks, Super-10’s, End Dumps and Bottom Dumps.

SUPPLIERS: Aggregate, Ready Mix, Formliner, Detectable Warning Surface (DWS), Misc. Precast Concrete Items (curb stops, trash receptacle, bench, etc.) Geotextile/Liner, Traffic Control items, Structural Soil/Bio-Engineered Soil, Roadway Signs, Architectural/Wayfinding Signs, Windows, Doors, Roof Access Hatch, FRP/Structural Composites, Pipe Supports, Welded Steel Pipe, Stainless Steel, Valves & Pumps & Process Equipment (various types & sizes), HDPE Pipe, Ductile Iron, Catholic Protection, Site Furnishings (Lockers, Benches, Bike Racks, Lab Fume Hood, Fountain, etc.), Louvers, Traffic Signal, Fiber Optic Conduit, Lighting, Electrical Hardware & Power& Distribution, Grounding Materials

Shimmick Construction has listed scopes of work that can be broken down into economically feasible packages to encourage participation. Shimmick will conduct ourselves in good faith with all firms participating on the project. The Owner has implemented an OCIP, Owner Controlled Insurance Program for this project, as detailed in Section 7-4, Contractor and subcontractors still provide some insurance coverage under the OCIP.

Shimmick Construction Company, Inc. – 530 Technology Drive, Suite 300 - Irvine, CA 92618
Phone: (949) 333-1500, Fax: (949) 333-1510
For additional project information or to discuss obtaining necessary equipment, supplies, and/or materials, please contact Brian Larsen at blarsen@shimmick.com or 949-333-1500 x320. Send all quotes for this project to estimating.southwest@shimmick.com.

Contract documents are available: Contract Documents may be obtained by visiting the City’s website: http://www.sandiego.gov/cip/. Plans and Specifications for this contract are available for review in the office of the City Clerk or Public Works Contracts, City of San Diego. The plans and specifications are also available through SmartBidNet: https://secure.smartinsight.co/#/PublicBidProject/431221, if you require assistance with access to plans/specs or contract requirements please contact Trina Clay at tclay@shimmick.com or at 949-333-1517.

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 Prime 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 the price quote. Shimmick requires that Subcontractor & Supplier price quotes be provided at a reasonable time prior to the bid deadline to enable a complete evaluation. For assistance with bonding, insurance or lines of credit contact Trina Clay at tclay@shimmick.com or 949-333-1517.
Shimmick Construction Company, Inc. is An Equal Opportunity Employer

05/21/19

2:00pm
Trina Clay
530 Technology Drive, Ste 300 Irvine, CA 92618
9493331517
9493331510
tclay@shimmick.com
http://www.shimmick.com
SANDAG
The SAN DIEGO ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNMENTS (SANDAG), 401 B Street, Suite 800, San Diego, CA 92101-4231, is requesting bids to perform the work as follows.

Landis Bikeway Segment: Approximately 3.1 miles of bikeways along Landis St. between Alabama St. and Chamoune Ave. Includes buffered bike lanes, neighborhood traffic circles, raised crosswalks, a traffic signal modification, ADA ramps, curb extensions, lighting upgrades, a Class I bike path, and other traffic calming measures linked to signage and striping.

Georgia-Meade Bikeway Segment: Approximately 3.5 miles of bikeways along Georgia St. between Robinson Ave. and Howard Ave., a shift to Howard Ave. and a continuation on Florida St. to Meade Ave. The bikeway will run along Meade Ave. between Park Blvd. and Fairmount Ave. Includes the work above and road lumps, chokers, bend-outs.

Work includes controlling for water pollution; traffic control; erosion control; clearing and grubbing; curb, gutter, cross gutter and sidewalk work; roadway excavation; imported borrow; asphalt work; landscaping; wayfinding signage; pavement markings and signage; street lighting; trenching and backfill for underground electric conduits, water service and fire hydrant relocations and storm drain installation; traffic signal modifications; and procurement of all materials and performing all other work necessary to complete the work in accordance with the project plans and specifications. For the SWPPP, this project is a Risk Level 2.

The engineer's estimate for this work is $15,186,026.49. The prime contractor must have an A license at time of contract award. The Prime contractor must perform with their own organization, at least 35 percent of the work.  There is no DBE goal on this project.

A non-mandatory prebid meeting will be held on May 7, 2019 at SANDAG, 401 B Street, San Diego, CA 92101-4231 (in the Wells Fargo Building).  Attendees must check in at the 7th floor reception desk. Networking for subs and primes: 9:00 a.m.  Prebid starts at 9:30 a.m. All prospective bidders are highly encouraged to attend.  It is an opportunity to learn about the Project, ask questions, and network with firms with whom you may partner for the Project. There will be no site walk for this project.

This IFB package can be downloaded at no charge from the SANDAG website at www.sandag.org/contracts. Register in SANDAG’s online database and download the IFB and plans. SANDAG is the only source of accurate information about SANDAG projects. The IFB may be reviewed at SANDAG and/or the Contracting Opportunities Center located at 4007 Camino Del Rio South, Suite 210, San Diego, CA.

Bids must be received by 2:00 p.m., on June 12, 2019, at SANDAG, on the 8th Floor, attention: Susana Tello. Bids arriving later than 2:00 p.m., or at a location other than 401 B Street, 8th Floor, will not be considered.

SANDAG is an equal opportunity employer and, as a matter of policy, encourages the participation of small businesses that are owned and controlled by minorities and women. Joint ventures are also encouraged where feasible.

6/12/19

2:00PM
Estrella Park Project
County of San Diego
Just Construction, Inc.
Playground equipment, playground installer, landscaping, irrigation, bridge, playground accessories, etc.

05/21/2019

2:00 P.M.
Leonor Romero
3103 Market Street, San Diego, CA 92102
619-702-7220
619-702-7110
leonor@justconstructioninc.com
South Orange County Community College District
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the South Orange County Community College District (SOCCCD), of Orange County, California, acting by and through its Governing Board, hereinafter referred to as "DISTRICT," will receive up to, but not later than, the above-stated time, responses to the Request for Qualifications and Proposals for the above Project.

Saddleback College and Irvine Valley College desire to upgrade and refresh the entire audio-visual systems for classrooms, theaters, lecture halls, and conference rooms. There are approximately 330 such spaces within most buildings across both campuses where the current audio-visual equipment is inadequate and/or obsolete to provide a technologically conducive learning environment for students. SOCCCD reserves the right to award one or more contracts for the professional Audio-Visual Integration/Installation Services contemplated by this RFQ&P. Award of a contract shall not commit SOCCCD to authorize the performance of any work or issue any Task Order as further described in the RFQ&P.  However, all work performed, and any compensation then due, pursuant to any contract awarded as a result of the RFQ&P will be by issuance of a written Task Order only. With the RFQ&P SOCCCD anticipates awarding one or more such contracts and simultaneously issuing Task Order No. 1 immediately following award of contract(s), which will encompass Phase 1 work, which includes design, project management, integration, calibration and implementation as well as ongoing warranty services and other related services of AV systems in forty (40) rooms at Saddleback College and nine (9) rooms at Irvine Valley College.  Award of a contract shall not commit SOCCCD to authorize the performance of any work or issue any Task Order as described in the RFQ&P.

There will be a two (2) consecutive day mandatory job walk and pre-proposal meeting to visit all Task Order No. 1 locations from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM each day as follows:

Thursday, May 2, 2019 - 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM starting at Room 112 in the BST building at Irvine Valley College

Friday, May 3, 2019 - 9:00 AM to 5:00PM starting in the lobby of the Health Sciences building at Saddleback College.

Any proposer that does not attend the entire conference and/or does not arrive on-time shall be deemed non-responsive. Prospective proposers MAY NOT re-visit the Project Site without making arrangements through the District’s Project Manager.

Certain portions of the services contemplated by the RFQ&P depending on the project will constitute public works under California law.  Accordingly, all proposers must have a valid class C7 and/or C10 Contractor’s License, or else provide adequate documentation with their response demonstrating licensed staff/employees capable of completing the required public works components.

As described further in the RFQ&P and form agreement for services, prospective proposers shall also be required to comply with all applicable requirements of the Labor Code, including, but not limited to the payment of prevailing wages as applicable.  In addition, pursuant to Labor Code sections 1725.5 and 1771.1, all proposers and all potential subcontractors must be properly registered with the Department of Industrial Relations to perform public work.

A complete Request for Qualifications and Proposals may be viewed at the Office of the Purchasing and Contracts Manager at the above address, telephone (949) 348-6125 or by email at . The documents are also available online at www.socccd.edu at the Bids link.

Any and all questions must be sent via email to purchasing-dept@socccd.edu. Contractors shall reference RFQ&P 367D: Professional Audio-Visual Design, Integration/Implementation Services in the email subject line. The final day for questions shall be May 7, 2019, no later than 5:00 PM.

SOCCCD reserves the right to reject any or all submittals or to waive any irregularities or informalities in any proposals.

No proposer may withdraw any proposal for a period of one hundred eighty (180) calendar days after the submission deadline.

RFQ&P Deadline: 12:00 PM, Monday, May 20, 2019

5/20/19

12:00pm
City of San Marcos
Guy F. Atkinson Construction
Seeking Subs, Services and Supplies for (but not limited to): Aggregate Base (Class 2), Architectural Treatment, Asphalt Paving, Bar Reinforcing Steel, Biofiltration Products (Aggregate Rock, Amended Soil), Bridge Deck Drainage System, CIDH Concrete Piling (Various sizes and Rock Socket), Clear and Grub / Mitigation Clearing and Grubbing, CML&C Steel Waterline, Concrete Barrier, Construction Survey, Construction Area Signs, Container Planting (One Gallon Natives), Demolition, Drainage Supply, Erosion Control, Fencing, Flatwork / Minor Concrete (Driveway, Side Walk, Curb Inlet), Headed Bar Reinforcement, Hot Mix Asphalt Paving, Irrigation System Installation, Landscaping, Levee Toe Drain, Masonry Block (Retaining Wall), Natural Boulders, Permanent Steel Casing (Various sizes), Prestressing Cast-in-Place Concrete, QA/QC, Reinforced Concrete Pipe (Various sizes and classes), Reinforced Concrete Pipe Rubber Gaskets and Joints (Various sizes and classes), Rock Slope Protection / Rock Slope Protection Fabric, Signal and Lighting, Sound Wall (Masonry Block), Stabilized Decomposed Granite, Steel Pedestrian Railing, Street Sweeping, Trucking, Water Fountain, Welded Steel Pipe, Wet and Dry Utility Supply. Refer to project specs for the complete bid item list.
Guy F. Atkinson is a union contractor and an Equal Opportunity Employer. Atkinson is signatory to the Carpenters, Cement Masons, Laborers and Operating Engineers Unions. 100% Performance & Payment Bonds from an approved surety company will be required for subcontractors with contract value greater than $100,000. Atkinson will pay the cost of bonds up to 2.0%. We will assist in obtaining necessary equipment, supplies, materials or related services. We will split items of work (see project specs for full list of bid items) and provide assistance in obtaining bonding, lines of credit and insurance where needed. Prices must stay firm through subcontract and purchase order execution. Subcontractors will be expected to sign Atkinson's standard subcontract and to comply with our company's standard insurance requirements which include a waiver of subrogation. Please provide your contractor's license #, DBE cert # and DIR # with your quote. Atkinson requests that subs and vendors register and prequalify in our online system at https://www.atknextranet.com prior to bidding.
TO DOWNLOAD PLANS, SPECS, THE INFO HANDOUT, ANY ADDENDA, ETC and VIEW Q&A: Please go to the City of San Marcos PlanetBids site -https://www.planetbids.com/portal/portal.cfm?CompanyID=39481
Or contact Atkinson TO VIEW AND DOWNLOAD ALL BID DOCUMENTS through our online service, BuildingConnected.
Please contact Atkinson with any questions or for help with your bid.

06/06/2019

2:00 pm
SoCal Estimating
18201 Von Karman Avenue, 8th Floor, Irvine, CA 92612
949-382-7145
949-553-0252
socal.estimating@atkn.com
https://www.atkn.com/
City of San Marcos
Flatiron West, Inc.
The project has three (3) bid schedules – Via Vera Cruz Bridge & Improvements; Bent Avenue Bridge & Improvements; and Local. Two (2) of the bid schedules have separate DBE goals as detailed below:

Via Vera Cruz Bridge & Improvements – DBE Goal 15%. Request for quotes for the following, but not limited to scopes of work for this segment: Aggregate Supply, Asphalt Paving, Bearing Pads, Blasting, Bridge Deck Drainage System Supply, Bridge Demo, CIDH Piling, Clearing and Grubbing, Cold Plane AC, Concrete Barrier, Construction Area Signs, Crash Cushion, Dry Utility / Joint Trench, Edge Grind, Electrical, Erosion Control, Fencing and Railing, Formliner Supply, Hydroseeding, Joint Seal Assemblies Supply, Landscape and Irrigation, Masonry Block, Minor Concrete, Misc. Metal (Bridge) Supply, Pavers, Pipe Supply, Polyester Concrete Overlay, Prestressing, Ready Mix Concrete Supply, Reinforcing Steel, Roadside Signs, Rock Slope Protection, Sawcutting, Signage, Soil Testing, Street Sweeping, Striping, Survey, SWPP Materials, Underground, Waterline Materials.

Bent Avenue Bridge & Improvements – DBE Goal 13%. Request for quotes for the following, but not limited to scopes of work for this segment: Aggregate Supply, Asphalt Dike, Asphalt Paving, Bearing Pads, Blasting, Bridge Deck Drainage System Supply, CIDH Piling, Clearing and Grubbing, Cold Plane AC, Concrete Barrier, Construction Area Signs, Dry Utility / Joint Trench, Edge Grind, Electrical, Erosion Control, Fencing and Railing, Formliner Supply, Guardrail, Hydroseeding, Joint Seal Assemblies Supply, Landscape and Irrigation, Masonry Block, Minor Concrete, Pipe Supply, Polyester Concrete Overlay, Prestressing, Ready Mix Concrete Supply, Reinforcing Steel, Roadside Signs, Rock Slope Protection, Sawcutting, Signage, Site Furnishings, Soil Testing, Street Sweeping, Striping, Survey, SWPP Materials, Transparent Panel Supply, Underground, Waterline Materials.

Local – No DBE Goal. Request for quotes for the following, but not limited to scopes of work for this segment: Asphalt Dike, Aggregate Supply, Asphalt Paving, Building Demolition, CIDH Piling, Clearing and Grubbing, Concrete Barrier, Construction Area Signs, Edge Grind, Electrical, Erosion Control, Fencing and Railing, Formliner Supply, Guardrail, Landscaping and Irrigation, Masonry Block, Minor Concrete, Pipe Supply, Play Structures, Ready Mix Concrete Supply, Reinforcing Steel, Rock Slope Protection, Sawcutting, Signage, Site Furnishings, Soil Testing, Steel Shade Structure, Street Sweeping, Striping, Survey, SWPP Materials, Underground, Waterline Materials.

Due to the size of the project and bid closing requirements, adequate time is needed to review scope letters and quotes prior to bid submittal. We request scope letters be submitted no later than close of business on June 3, 2019 and quotes no later than close of business on June 5, 2019.

SUBMIT QUOTES BY FAX TO (760) 471-4860 OR EMAIL TO SOCALBIDS@FLATIRONCORP.COM

Plans and specifications are available, at no cost from the City of San Marcos PlanetBids website at: https://www.planetbids.com/portal/portal.cfm?CompanyID=39481 (registration required). Plans and specifications are also available in electronic format from Flatiron via iSqFt. Additionally, plans and specifications are available to view at Flatiron’s San Marcos, CA and Chino Hills, CA offices. Please call to request electronic access to iSqFt or to make an appointment to view plans and specifications.

In addition to request for participation from Certified DBE subcontractors and suppliers, Flatiron requests non-DBE subcontractors to provide lower-tier DBE subcontractor and/or supplier participation. Bidders are required to indicate lower-tier DBE participation as it will be evaluated as part of their quote.

Flatiron analyzes and considers each DBE quote, including those that are broken down into economically feasible units to facilitate bidding. Assistance in obtaining bonding, lines of credit, insurance, equipment, supplies and materials is available upon request. Additionally, please contact us if you require technical assistance.

Quotations must be valid for 60 days as specified by Owner for contract award.

Subcontractors are required to possess and maintain a current contractor’s license and must also be registered with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) as required by Public Contract Code Section 1725.5. Subcontractors will be required to execute Flatiron’s Standard Subcontract Terms and Conditions and insurance requirements. A copy of our Standard Subcontract Terms and Conditions is available in electronic format upon request.

Bond Requirements: Notwithstanding any contrary language in a bid to Flatiron or any prior course of dealing between Flatiron and a bidder, and unless waived in writing by Flatiron, Flatiron reserves the right to require each bidder to provide payment and performance bonds assuring bidder’s obligations to Flatiron in the amount of 100 percent of the bid to Flatiron. Flatiron will reimburse the bond premium at actual cost not to exceed 3%. The surety on the bonds must be a California admitted surety.

Non-DBE Subs/Suppliers: Indicate 2nd tier DBE participation offered on your quotation as it will be evaluated with your price. We Are An Equal Opportunity Employer.

06/06/2019

2:00 PM
Veronica Garcia
1770 La Costa Meadows Drive, San Marcos, CA 92078
(760) 916-9100
(760) 471-4860
SoCalBids@Flatironcorp.com
City of San Marcos
West Coast General
Quotes for Services & Supplies are needed: 237110 – Water and Sewer Line and Related Structures Construction, 237310 – Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction, 237990 – Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction, 238110 – Poured Concrete Foundation and Structure Contractors, 238140 – Masonry Contractors, 238210 – Electrical Contractors, 238910 – Site Preparation Contractors, 238990 – All Other Specialty Trade Contractors, 561730 – Landscaping Services

5/16/19

2:00 PM
Tom Wyer
13700 Stowe Dr. ste. 100
8582456208
6195614205
TWyer@wcgcorp.com
http://www.wcgcorp.com
Route 60 LA Avocado Heights
Department of Transportation (CALTRANS)
Flatiron West, Inc.
Request for quotes from Certified DBE's Subcontractors and Suppliers for the following, but not limited
to scopes of work: Automated Work Zone Information System, Aggregate Supply, Asphalt Dike, Asphalt Paving, Bridge Demolition (Approach Slabs), CIDH Piling for Overhead Sign Foundations, Clearing & Grubbing, Cold Plane AC, Concrete Barrier, Ready-mix Concrete Supply , Construction Area Signs, Drill & Bond, Highway Electrical, Fencing and Railing, Grinding Existing Pavement, Metal Beam Guardrail, Hydroseed Erosion Control, Bridge Joint Seal, Saw & Seal Concrete Pavement, Landscaping & Irrigation, Minor Concrete Curb, Gutter & Sidewalk, Miscellaneous Iron & Steel, Miscellaneous Metal, Overhead Signs, PCC Supplies, Dowel Bars, Tie-Bars, Clips, Pipe Supply for Storm Drain Culverts, Reinforcing Steel, Roadside Sign, Rock Slope Protection, Street Sweeping, Striping.

PLEASE SUBMIT QUOTES BY FAX TO (909) 597-8635 OR EMAIL TO SoCalBids@FlatironCorp.com

Plans and specifications are available, at no cost from Caltrans website: http://ppmoe.dot.ca.gov/des/oe/weekly-ads/oe-project.php?q=07-301104. Additionally, plans and specifications are available at Flatiron’s San Marcos, CA and Chino Hills, CA offices. Please call to make an appointment to view plans and specifications.

This project has a 13% DBE Goal. In addition to request for participation from Certified DBE subcontractors and suppliers, Flatiron requests non-DBE subcontractors to provide lower-tier DBE subcontractor and/or supplier participation. Bidders are required to indicate lower-tier DBE participation as it will be evaluated as part of their quote.

Flatiron analyzes and considers each DBE quote, including those that are broken down into economically feasible units to facilitate bidding. Assistance in obtaining bonding, lines of credit, insurance, equipment, supplies and materials is available upon request. Additionally, please contact us if you require technical assistance.

Quotations must be valid for same duration as specified by Owner for contract award.
Subcontractors are required to possess and maintain a current contractor’s license and must also be registered with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) as required by Public Contract Code Section 1725.5. Subcontractors will be required to execute Flatiron’s Standard Subcontract Terms and Conditions and insurance requirements. A copy of our Standard Subcontract Terms and Conditions is available in electronic format upon request.

Bond Requirements: Notwithstanding any contrary language in a bid to Flatiron or any prior course of dealing between Flatiron and a bidder, and unless waived in writing by Flatiron, Flatiron reserves the right to require each bidder to provide payment and performance bonds assuring bidder’s obligations to Flatiron in the amount of 100 percent of the bid to Flatiron. Flatiron will reimburse the bond premium at actual cost not to exceed 3%. The surety on the bonds must be a California admitted surety. WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

05/16/2019

2:00
Harmony Lopez
1770 La Costa Meadows Drive, San Marcos, CA 92078
760-916-9100
(909) 597-8635
SoCalBids@flatironcorp.com
http://flatironcorp.com
City of San Diego
OHL USA, Inc.
OHL USA, Inc. is bidding as a Prime Contractor on the City of San Diego Project and we are seeking sub-bids from certified SLBE/ELBE Subcontractors/Suppliers for all areas of work, including but not limited to those listed: Aggregate Base, Archaeologist, Asphalt Paving, Cathodic Protection, Caulking and Sealant, Chain Link Fence, Clear & Grub, Cold Plane Concrete Pavement, Concrete Curb & Sidewalk Miscellaneous, Concrete Pavement, Construction Area Signs, Demolition, Dewatering, Ditches Excavation, Drainage Pumping Equipment, Electrical, Equipment Rental, Erosion Control, Excavation, Fencing, Fire Protection, Hazardous Waste Trucking, Hot Mix Asphalt, Installation of Mechanical Components, Instrumentation, Irrigation, Joint Seal, Lead Compliance Plan, Lighting, Manhole Construction, Minor Concrete Structure, Miscellaneous Iron/Steel, Miscellaneous Metals, Noise Monitoring, Painted Traffic Striping & Marking, Paleontologist, Pavement Reinforcing Fabric, Paving Asphalt (Asphalt Concrete), Pipe Supply, Place Hot Mix Asphalt Dike, Plumbing, Precast Vaults, Prepare/Stain Concrete, Public Relation, QA/QC, Ready Mix, Reinforcing Steel, Relocate Water Meter, Remove Concrete, Remove/Replace Light Pole, Retaining Wall, Sand Backfill, Security, Sewer Connection, Sewer Line Construction, Shaped Bedding, Shoring, Striping, Structure Backfill, Survey, Survey Monument, SWPPP, Temporary Fencing, Temporary Railing (K-Rail), Traffic Control System, Traffic Loop Detector, Traffic Signal Modification, Water Line Construction. The following are applicable project NAICS codes: 237110, 237310, 237990, 238110, 282210, 238910, 238990, 541330, 541690, 541820, and 561730.
Plans & Specs are available at OHL offices from 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Monday through Friday at:
1920 MAIN ST. SUITE 310 IRVINE, CA 92614
Phone: (949)242-4432 • Fax (949)231-1255 / (949)231-1256
Or by using the dropbox link: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/6lz2eyeep9c1rz9/AABXFVn1EYNj_7wEFBO608uka?dl=0
Compliance to City of San Diego Standards and Special Provisions, including Labor Compliance Program applies. 100% bonding may be required for all subcontractors. Assistance available in obtaining bonds, lines of credit, insurance, necessary equipment, supplies, materials or related assistance or services and technical assistance. Flexible time frames for performance, delivery and breaking out portions of work into economically feasible packages to encourage participation may be discussed. Additional assistance is available through the City of Los Angeles Contractor Development and Bonding Program for more information visit www.LAConDev.com or call 213/258-3000. OHL USA, Inc. intends to conduct itself in “good faith” with all categories of disadvantaged, small, minority and women firms regarding participation on this project, therefore please send your certifications prior to quotes. Subcontractors are required to be registered with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR), as required by Public Contract Code Section 1725.5, please furnish DIR Number with your quote submittal. Conditions or exceptions in Subcontractor’s quote are expressly rejected unless accepted in writing.
OHL USA, Inc. is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

05/22/2019

2:00 pm
Dirk Wietstock
1920 Main Street, Suite 310 Irvine CA 92614
949/242-4432
949/231-1255
Dirk.Wietstock@ohlna.com
http://www.ohlna.com
City Of San Marcos
Sukut Construction, LLC
Requests quotes from qualified and certified DBE Subcontractors and Suppliers for the following (but not limited to) work:
Landscaping, Irrigation, Tree Removals, Erosion Control, Asphalt Paving, Asphalt Dike,
Concrete Sitework, Concrete Structures, Fencing, Rebar, Guard Rail, Striping & Signage,
Electrical, Traffic Signals, Survey, Construction Area Signs, Retaining Walls,
CIDH (Cast in Drilled Hole Concrete Piling), Concrete Pipe, RCP, Trucking, Street Sweeping
CITY OF SAN MARCOS CREEK DISTRICT INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT San Marcos, San Diego Co., California CIP CONBID 19-01
Sub & Supplier Quotes Due by 12:00 Noon on May 15, 2019
Sukut Construction, LLC 4010 W. Chandler Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92704
Plans/specs are available for viewing at our office by appointment, via Sukut’s FTP site, or may be obtained from Owner. Subcontractors must be prepared to furnish 100% performance and payment bonds and possess current insurance and workers’ comp coverage. Sukut will assist Qualified Subcontractors in obtaining bonds, insurance, and/or lines of credit.
Please contact Sukut for assistance in responding to this solicitation. Subcontractors/Vendors will be required to
sign Sukut’s Standard Subcontract/Purchase Order. Copies are available for examination.
Sukut Construction’s listing of a Subcontractor in its bid to the agency is not to be construed as an acceptance of all of the Subcontractor’s conditions or exceptions included with Subcontractor’s
price quotes. Quotations must be valid for the same duration as specified by Owner for contract
award.
Please note DBE participation on your quote including DBE name, address, DIR and CSLB numbers.
Subcontractors must note annual gross receipts (sales) on quotes as this info is required on bid
forms.
Sukut Construction, LLC
An Equal Opportunity Employer

05/16/2019

2:00 PM
Matt Bahnsen
4010 W. Chandler Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92704
(714) 540-5351
(714) 545-2003
estimating@sukut.com
http://www.sbeinc.com
City of Solana Beach
Just Construction, Inc.
Asphalt, striping, etc.

06/16/2019

2:00 P.M.
Leonor Romero
3103 Market Street, San Diego, CA 92102
619-702-7220
619-702-7110
leonor@justconstructioninc.com
The Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest, San Diego, California
Harper Construction Company, Inc.
Harper Construction Company, Inc. is requesting quotes/bids from qualified SB/SDB/WOSB/VOSB/SDVOSB subcontractors and suppliers for all trades for BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS (BEQ) repairs at Naval Air Station Lemoore, California.
The work to be performed provides for a Design-Build project, consisting of whole barracks renovation and modernization of BEQ Towers D, E, and F. The project also includes repairs for the core building in the complex, which houses administration, utilities, and boilers for the BEQ. Building shell work for Towers D, E and F will repair the roof, provide roof anchors, and replace metal panels to match existing building walls, replace all exterior doors, frames, and hardware, replace windows, and repair exterior walls.
Plans and specs are available upon request to interested firms.

7/26/2019

2:00pm
Anna Dominguez
2241 Kettner Blvd
6192337900
Suite 300
adominguez@harperconstruction.com
Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest
Harper Construction Company, Inc.
Harper Construction Co., Inc. is awarded a contract for design and construction of a Marine Corps Reserve Training Center and a Vehicle Maintenance Facility at Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach, California. Work will be performed in Seal Beach, California, and is expected to be completed by February 2021.

Harper is requesting quotes from qualified SB/SDB/WOSB/VOSB/SDVOSB subcontractors and suppliers for the following work items:

TEMPORARY SITE POWER / TRAILER
SITE DEMOLITION
SURVEY & STAKING
SOIL TESTING & INSPECTIONS
QC SPECIALIST / TESTING
AIR BARRIER TESTING
EARTHWORK / MASS GRADING
ROAD BASE COURSE
BASE COURSES
EROSION CONTROL / SWPPP
AC PAVING - STREETS/ACCESS RD
PAVEMENT MARKINGS
SITE WATER / FIRE LINE
GAS DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
SITE UTILITIES - SEWER
STORM DRAIN
FENCES & GATES
SITE AND STREET FURNISHINGS
SHADE STRUCTURES
LANDSCAPING
CONCRETE REINFORCEMENT
BUILDING CONCRETE
SITE CONCRETE
CONCRETE PAVING
MASONRY - SITE
BUILDING MASONRY
STRUCTURAL STEEL
METAL DECKING
MISC METALS
SOLID SURFACE COUNTERTOPS
CABINETS AND FIXTURES
BUILDING INSULATION
MEMBRANE ROOFING
SS ROOFING / FLASHING / LOUVERS
ROOF HATCHES
SEALANTS & CAULKING
DOORS & FRAMES
SECURITY / VAULT DOORS
GLASS & GLAZING
LIGHT GAUGE METAL FRAMING
DRYWALL
ACOUSTIC WALL PANELS
CERAMIC TILE
SUSPENDED ACOUSTIC CEILINGS
SEALED CONCRETE
VINYL PLANK FLOORING
PAINTING
MARKER BOARDS
TOILET PARTITIONS
WALL AND CORNER GUARDS
FLAGPOLES
BUILDING SIGNAGE & DIRECTORIES
LOCKERS & BENCHES
METAL LOCKERS
FIRE EXTINGUISHER/CABINETS/ACCESSORIES
WINDOW AWNINGS
WIRE MESH PARTITIONS
OVERHEAD DOORS
METAL STORAGE SHELVING
TOILET AND BATH ACCESSORIES
PROJECTION SCREENS
ICE MACHINES
WINDOW COVERINGS
MISCELLANEOUS FURNISHINGS
RECESSED ENTRY MATS
FIRE PROTECTION/SPRINKLERS
PLUMBING
WET SIDE HVAC PIPING
HEATING, VENTILATING AND A/C
HVAC DDC CONTROLS
TESTING, ADJUSTING & BALANCING
LEED MECHANICAL COMMISSIONING
BUILDING ELECTRICAL
FINAL CLEAN UP

Plans and specs are available upon request to interested firms.

8/16/2019

2:00pm
Anna Dominguez
2241 Kettner Blvd
6192337900
619) 233-1218
adominguez@harperconstruction.com
City of San Diego
Flatiron West, Inc.
Request for Quotes from Certified DBE/MBE/WBE/SBE Subcontractors and Suppliers

Clean Water State Revolving Fund Project
SWRCB DBE Forms are REQUIRED from Subcontractors

DBE Participation Encouraged

Quotes requested for Divisions 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28, 31, 32, 33, 35, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44 and 46 for the following, but not limited to, scopes of work: Concrete Supply, Reinforcing Steel, Grouting, Precast Concrete, Concrete Finishing, Structural Steel, Welding, Steel Decking, Metal Fabrications, Railings, Metal Gratings, Metal Stairs, Sheathing, Finish Carpentry, Cabinets, Paneling, GFR Plastic, Dampproofing, Waterproofing, Insulation, Wall Panels, Roofing, Sheet Metal Flashing, Firestopping, Joint Sealants, Doors and Frames, Overhead Coiling Doors, Entrances and Storefronts, Skylights, Glass Canopy, Glazing, Mirrors, Louvers, Gypsum Board, Tiling, Acoustical Ceilings, Flooring, Painting and Coating, Signage, Fire Protection, Metal Lockers, Metal Shelving and Work Benches, Bird Deterrents, Furnishings, Conveying Equipment, Fire Suppression System, Fire Alarm system, Plumbing, Pipe Supply, HVAC, Electrical, Instrumentation and Controls, Security System, Aggregate Supply, Dewatering, Drilled Concrete Piers, Landscaping and Irrigation, Asphalt Paving, Decomposed Granite, Pavers, Minor Concrete, Striping, Fencing and Gates, Storm Drain Structures, Fabricated Slide Gates, Cranes and Hoists, Water and Wastewater Equipment, Process Equipment, Bioclean Modules, Stormwater Storage Vaults, Terrazzo, Laboratory Equipment.

PLEASE SUBMIT QUOTES BY EMAIL TO socalbids@flatironcorp.com OR BY FAX TO (760) 471-4860.

Plans and specifications are available to download, at no cost, from the City of San Diego’s PlanetBids website at the following link: https://www.planetbids.com/portal/portal.cfm?companyID=17950&access (registration required). The Bid Documents are also available, at no cost, from Flatiron in electronic format or can be viewed at our offices in San Marcos or Chino Hills. Please call to request access or to make an appointment to view the documents at one of our offices.

This is an American Iron and Steel project. Quotations must be valid for same duration as specified by Owner for contract award. Assistance in obtaining bonding, lines of credit, insurance, equipment, supplies and materials is available upon request. Flatiron West, Inc. analyzes and considers each DBE quote, including those that are broken down into economically feasible units to facilitate bidding.

Subcontractors are required to possess and maintain a current contractor’s license and must also be registered with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) as required by Public Contract Code Section 1725.5. Subcontractors will be required to execute Flatiron’s Standard Subcontract Terms and Conditions and meet insurance requirements. A copy of our Standard Subcontract Terms and Conditions is available in electronic format upon request.

Notwithstanding any contrary language in a bid to Flatiron West, Inc. (“Flatiron”) or any prior course of dealing between Flatiron and a bidder, and unless waived in writing by Flatiron, Flatiron reserves the right to require each bidder to provide payment and performance bonds assuring bidder’s obligations to Flatiron in the amount of 100 percent of the bid to Flatiron. Flatiron will reimburse the bond premium at actual cost not to exceed 3%.

Non-DBE Subs/Suppliers: Indicate lower tier DBE participation offered on your quotation as it will be evaluated with your price.

WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

05/21/2019

02:00 PM
Jannette Carter
7609169009
7604714860
socalbids@flatironcorp.com