Local Bidding Opportunities

Agency Contracting Opportunities

South Orange County Community College District
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the South Orange County Community College District, 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.

A complete Request for Qualifications and Proposals may be viewed at the Office of the Director of Procurement, Central Services & Risk Management at the above address, telephone (949) 348-6016 or by email at purchasing-dept@socccd.edu . The documents are also available online at www.socccd.edu at the Bids link.

PURPOSE OF RFQ&P
South Orange County Community College District (SOCCCD) is seeking to retain qualified firms to provide external evaluation. The District plans to select firms with specific experience with California Community Colleges. The entirety of this RFQ&P sets forth the District’s requirements in detail. All responses should be submitted in accordance with the terms and conditions contained in the foregoing document.

DEFINITION OF TERMS

  • The designation of District refers to the South Orange County Community College District, a political subdivision of the State of California.

  • The term “Proposers” refers to Firms that elect to submit proposals for Collaborative Research: NSF INCLUDES Alliance: STEM Core Expansion Cooperative Agreement External Evaluation.

  • The terms "Contract" and "Agreement" shall be used interchangeably within this document.

  • Throughout this document, the term “District” shall be used to designate the rights and responsibilities of the South Orange County Community College District

  • The term “Proposer” shall be used to designate the rights and responsibilities of the successful firm responding to this RFQ&P.


PROPOSAL QUESTIONS
All questions regarding this RFQ&P should be sent, via e-mail to Priya Jerome at purchasing-dept@socccd.edu.
Questions will only be accepted until 10/30/2018 no later than 5:00 PM. The e-mail subject line should read: “Your company name/Questions regarding RFQ&P No. 2076.” No direct responses will be sent to the company/firm asking the question. Questions will be answered in the form of an addendum and sent to all potential respondents on/about 5:00PM on 11/2/2018. All addendums to this RFQ&P will be posted on the District’s web site.

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.

11/9/18

12:00 PM
Otay Water District
The Otay Water District (District) will require the professional services of a civil engineering firm to provide engineering design services for five (5) projects.  The Projects include the replacement of approximately 8,000 linear feet of various diameter (4-14 inch) potable water pipelines at various locations within the District with newly designed pipelines.  Some pipelines may require new alignments.  The general scope of work for the Project includes, but is not limited to, the following:

  • Preliminary Design Report Preparation

  • Construction Contract Documents Preparation

  • Investigation of Existing Conditions and Facilities

  • Professional Surveying and Potholing

  • County or City of Chula Vista Permitting

  • Bidding Assistance

  • Construction Support


Interested candidates are required to e-mail a Letter of Interest (LOI) and a Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) to the District’s Project Manager, Kevin Cameron, P.E., at no later than Monday, October 22, 2018.  Request for Proposal (RFP) materials will be e-mailed to qualified firms on Tuesday, October 23, 2018.  If a firm has submitted a SOQ to the District within the last 18 months and the qualifications remain current and accurate, then only a Letter of Interest is required. 

Questions from consultants to discuss the RFP must be in writing, via e-mail, to the District’s Project Manager.  Any clarification, amendment, or changes to the RFP will be in writing and sent to all consultants proposing on the professional engineering design services.

10/22/18

Traffic Control Services
San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG)
The San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG), 401 B Street, Suite 800, San Diego, CA 92101-4231, is soliciting Invitation for Bids (IFB) from qualified firms for professional services to provide traffic control services for the SR 125 Toll Road (“Project”). The Project will provide lane closure and other traffic control services in accordance with California Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices on an as required basis.

Traffic permits required for closures shall be the responsibility of the Contractor. The awarded Contractor will be responsible for work management and completion to SANDAG’s specifications. All closures shall meet California Code of Regulations, Title 8, Sections 1597 – 1599 and California Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (CA MUTCD)

All services shall be provided on an as needed / as ordered basis. Work will not begin until authorized by a designated SANDAG representative. SANDAG will require the awarded Contractor to supply all equipment, vehicles, tools, materials, labor and safety equipment to perform traffic control services. The services will be performed in a manner that is acceptable and approved by all regulating agencies. The awarded Contractor will be responsible for design and submission of any traffic plans required. SANDAG will neither supervise nor manage the awarded Contractor’s personnel.

Normal service hours shall be 7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Monday thru Friday, excluding State of California / SANDAG Holidays.

Bidder Qualifications
Contractor shall possess an active C31 - Construction Zone Traffic Control State of California Contractors License, Traffic Control Technician, and Trained Flaggers. Subcontractors listed by the Bidder must be properly licensed under the laws of the State of California for the type of work which they are to perform.

Duties and Responsibilities
All traffic control services shall provide for the following:
1. Safe passage for all road users, including pedestrian, bicycle, and vehicular traffic
2. Labor, tools, signage, barricades, cones, safety equipment, and trucks needed for vehicular and pedestrian traffic control
All warning lights, signs, barricades, delineators, detours and other traffic equipment
3. Appropriately equipped lane closure vehicles equipped with all necessary strobe, work lights and arrow board
4. Any permit-required standard design traffic control drawings/submissions and/or engineered stamped design traffic control drawings/ submissions

The IFB package and related informational may be viewed and downloaded at no charge at SANDAG’s website at www.sandag.org/contracts. Interested firms are advised to regularly visit SANDAG’s above referenced website for IFB addenda, updates and posted IFB questions and answers.

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.

Estimated Contract Value or Range:
(actual contract value will be based on bids received)
$163,000 - $245,000

Please contact Jim Dow, SANDAG Contract Administrator, at (619) 595-5356, or via e-mail at , if you have any questions or would like this information mailed to you.

10/29/18

3:00 PM
South Orange County Community College District
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the South Orange County Community College District, 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.

There will be a mandatory job walk and pre-proposal meeting at 10:00 AM, Thursday, October 18, 2018 starting at the Central Plant Facility at Saddleback College, 28000 Marguerite Parkway Mission Viejo, CA 92692. A map showing the location of the Central Plant Facility is included with the RFQ&P document available online. Any proposer that does not attend the entire conference and job walk 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 Project Manager. The District WILL NOT accept proposals from any bidder who did not attend the Pre-Bid Conference.

A complete Request for Qualifications and Proposals may be viewed at the Office of the Director of Procurement, Central Services & Risk Management at the above address, telephone (949) 348-6016 or by email at purchasing-dept@socccd.edu 
The documents are also available online at www.socccd.edu at the Bids link.

Any and all questions must be sent via email to Nick Newkirk at nnewkirk@socccd.edu. Contractors shall reference RFQ&P 2080: Cogeneration and Central Plant Operation, Maintenance, and Environmental Compliance Services at Saddleback College in the email subject line.

The final day for questions shall be October 25, 2018, 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.

11/07/18

12:00 PM
San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG)
SANDAG is seeking to install a chain link fence along a stepped block wall entering a driveway at the Rose Canyon Offices.

II. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
The scope of work includes all labor and materials needed for the fabrication and installation of a new chain link fence to insure safety when entering and exiting the driveway.

The specifications of the work will include but is not limited to the following:
• Chain-Link Fencing
• Galvanzied Base Plates
• Welding
• Labor
See Section 3, Exhibit A - Project Specifications

III. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Offers shall be accepted from Offerors who hold either a “B” or “C-13” license issued by the State of Californian’s Contractors State Licensing Board.

IV. MAINTENANCE AND SERVICES
Full compensation for final cleanup will be considered as included in the price paid for the various items of work and no separate payment will be made. Before final presentation of the work, the site must be free of rubbish and excess materials. All parts of the site shall be left in a neat and presentable condition.

V. LOCATION
Offeror shall install a chain link fence at the following location:
• 5965 Santa Fe St. San Diego, CA 92109
Offerors can schedule a site visit by contracting the SANDAG Project Manager

VI. PREVAILING WAGE
This project qualifies as a public works project as defined by the California Department of Industrial Relations (DIR). Based on the estimated amount of the entire project, the small project exemption applies. Under small project exemption, contractors who work exclusively on small projects are not required to register as public works contractors or file electronic certified payroll reports for the project. Prevailing wages must still be paid on this project. Contractors are still required to maintain certified payroll records on a continuous basis, and provide those records to the Labor Commissioner’s Office upon request.

VII. SELECTION OF OFFEROR
A. Low Bid Selection Method
The Offeror that meets all qualifications, is responsive and responsible, and submits the lowest offer amount on the first page of this RFO will be awarded an Agreement. The Agreement shall consist of the provisions in this RFO, cross-referenced federal terms and conditions, any SANDAG-issued purchase order, and the Standard Terms and Conditions, in that order of precedence. No work shall commence until after a notice to proceed or purchase order is issued by SANDAG. SANDAG
shall have no obligation to pay for goods or services provided prior to approval of the Agreement by SANDAG. The selected Offeror also may be referred to as Contractor in the Agreement.

Questions contact:  Regis Dorsaima Regis.dorsaima@sandag.org 

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10/31/18

City of Coronado
Purchase & install HD AV multimedia systems & broadcast equipment

10/29/18

3 p.m.
Denise Johnson
101 B St., Coronado
619-522-7349
619-522-2408
djohnson1@coronado.ca.us
http://www.coronado.ca.us
On-Call Electrical Services
San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG)
The San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) is seeking offers from responsive and responsible Offerors to perform minor to complex electrical repairs and/or services in compliance with all local, state, and federal rules, laws, and regulations, as applicable. Routine and emergency electrical services shall be performed at a variety of SANDAG locations, including the South Bay Expressway Operations Facility and the Rose Canyon Facility. The complete list of buildings is included in Section VII of this solicitation.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
The specifications are provided below for on-call electrical services. The specifications are based on needs as currently known; however, the work awarded may include services on equipment to be added during the term of the Agreement.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Offerors must be registered with the Department of Industrial Relations and possess, at a minimum, a valid C-10 Electrical California Contractors License under the California Code of Regulations Title 16, Division 8, Article 3. Offerors must submit a copy of their license with the Offer.

MAINTENANCE AND SERVICES
Offeror shall provide the following services.
General electrical repairs as follows:
• Assemble, install, test, and maintain electrical or electronic wiring, equipment, appliances, apparatuses, fixtures, light fixtures, and emergency lighting systems using hand and/or power tools
• Work from ladders, scaffolds, scissor lifts, and roofs to install, maintain, or repair electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures
• Diagnose malfunctioning systems, apparatuses, and components using test systems, equipment, and hand tools, locate the cause of electrical breakdowns, and correct the problem
• Inspect electrical systems, equipment, and components to identify hazards, defects, and the need for adjustment or repair to ensure compliance with all applicable electrical codes
• Connect wires to motors, drives, circuit breakers, transformers, or other components
• Place conduit (pipes or tubing) inside designated partitions, walls, or other concealed areas and pull insulated wires or cables through the conduit to complete circuits between boxes
• Test electrical systems and continuity of circuits in electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures using testing devices such as ohmmeters, voltmeters, and oscilloscopes to ensure compatibility and safety of system
• Plan layout and installation of electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures based on job specifications and local codes
• Prepare sketches or follow blueprints to determine the location of wiring and equipment and to ensure conformance with all electrical codes
• Contractor is responsible for clarifying with the SANDAG Facilities Project Manager any questions regarding the work that is to be performed
All services, whether or not detailed in this scope, are not to be performed unless they are requested, given a purchase order number, and approved by an authorized representative of SANDAG. All work shall be billed at the applicable and approved hourly rate in the Agreement and all descriptions regarding any specific fees, parts, or materials must be included in the cost estimate with line-item detail.

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10/19/18

Mark Holt
mark.holt@sandag.org
On-Call Plumbing Services
San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG)
SANDAG is seeking qualified offerors to provide routine and emergency plumbing services at a various SANDAG locations including SANDAG South Bay Expressway Operations and the Rose Canyon building.

B. Technical Specifications
The specifications are provided below for plumbing services with a normal response time and emergency work and repairs with an emergency response time. The specifications are based on needs as currently known; however, the work awarded may include services on equipment that may be added during the term of the Agreement.

C. Minimum Qualifications
Offers shall be accepted from responsive and responsible Offerors that can demonstrate the following:
Must be registered with the Department of Industrial Relations and possess at a minimum a valid C-36 Plumbing California Contractors License under the California Code of Regulations Title 16, Division 8, Article 3. Offerors must submit a copy of their license with the offer.

Work will be awarded to the successful Offeror via purchase orders issued under the Agreement. SANDAG Board Policy No. 024: Procurement and Contracting – Construction, requires that contractors must furnish a performance bond equal to at least one-half of the contract price and a payment bond equal to one hundred percent of the contract price when the amount awarded will exceed $25,000. Offerors are hereby notified that a payment bond and performance bond meeting these requirements will be required if and when a purchase order award is expected to exceed $25,000. The bonds must be provided prior to the performance of any purchase order exceeding $25,000. The bonds must be signed by the Offeror and a corporate surety, who is authorized to issue bonds in the State of California.

D. Description of Services

Offeror shall provide the following services:
• General plumbing repairs
• Confined space repair
• Remodels and build-outs
• Install new fixtures
• Relocate fixtures
• Commercial re-piping of every description
• High-pressure jet drain cleaning – large and small diameter
• Backflow installation, repair, and maintenance
• Fiber-optic pipeline video inspection for documentation and assessment
• Repair/install water circulation systems
• Sewer and drain line cleaning/snaking
• Sewer, drain and waste line repairs (may include cast iron pipes)
• Install and/or repair water heaters
• Water and gas leak detection
• Sink, toilet, urinal and drinking fountain installation and/or repairs
• Gas pipe installation and/or repairs
• Diagnosing problems and making the necessary repairs
• Clarifying the work plan with the SANDAG Facilities Project Manager any questions regarding the work that is to be performed.
• Servicing all equipment using journeyman or equivalent technical level personnel.
• Notifying SANDAG’s Maintenance and Facilities Supervisor anytime a successful Offeror’s representative comes onto a SANDAG site.
• Providing a status update to the specified SANDAG representative immediately following each service call to keep SANDAG apprised of each call’s status.

All services, whether or not detailed in this scope, are not to be performed unless they are requested, given a purchase order number, and approved by an authorized representative of SANDAG. All work shall be billed at the applicable and approved hourly rate in the Agreement and all descriptions regarding specific fees, parts or and any materials markup provided in the proposal must be included in the cost estimate with line-item detail.

Questions regarding this RFO may be submitted by email to Mark Holt at mark.holt@sandag.org no later than 5 p.m. PST at least two days prior to the deadline for offers. All questions and SANDAG’s responses will be sent to all Offerors. Offerors must report any errors or mistakes in the RFO as a question. SANDAG will issue any changes to this RFO via addenda, which shall be sent to all Offerors.

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10/19/18

Mark Holt
mark.holt@sandag.org
San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG)
The San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) is seeking proposals from qualified firms for professional services to conduct triennial performance audits of SANDAG and public transit operators as required by the Transportation Development Act (TDA) of 1971.

The audit will be done in fiscal year 2019 and will cover fiscal years FY 2015-16, 2016-17, and 2017-18. There is an option to perform a second audit in fiscal year 2022 that will cover fiscal years FY2018-19, FY2019-20, and FY2020-21.

A copy of the RFP (5005574) can be accessed from the SANDAG website at www.sandag.org/contracts or by contacting Zara Sadeghian at SANDAG, 401 B Street, Suite 800, San Diego, CA 92101, (619) 595-5359, or by emailing zara.sadeghian@sandag.org. Proposals are due by 3 p.m. on November 6, 2018.

11/6/18

3:00 PM
Southwestern Community College District
Notice is hereby given by the Southwestern Community College District (SCCD) of San Diego County, California, hereinafter referred to as the District, acting by and through its Governing Board, will receive up to, but not later than 2:00 PM on Friday, November 9, 2018, responses to this Request for Proposal (RFP) for Host Services for the Small Business Development Center(s) and Micro-Centers for the Southwestern Community College District.

A Pre-Proposal meeting will be held at 2:00PM on Thursday, October 18, 2018 in Room 1651 at 900 Otay Lakes Rd., Chula Vista, CA 91910.

The SCCD, host for the San Diego and Imperial Small Business Development Center Regional Network (SDI-SBDC Network), is seeking proposals from qualified applicant organizations to provide Host Services for the Small Business Development Center(s) and Micro-Centers, serving San Diego County. The SBDC delivers defined business development support services to existing and emerging businesses.

Responses shall be received in the Office of Procurement, Central Services & Risk Management, Room 1651 located at 900 Otay Lakes Road, Chula Vista, CA 91910, on the date and at the time stated above.

All responses to this RFP shall conform and be responsive to the RFP, including its attachments/addenda.

All interested Firms may request a copy of this RFP by e-mailing , calling 619-482-6481 or by visiting the District's web-site at www.swccd.edu/procurement. Any requests for information may be directed to Linda Hernandez, Director of Procurement, Central Services & Risk Management by e-mailing no later than 2:00PM on October 15, 2018.

 

11/9/18

2:00 PM
San Diego Community College District
Learn about San Diego Community College District's expanded footprint with the addition of new facilities completed under its $1.555 billion Propositions S & N construction bond program. SDCCD is looking for small, disadvantaged, minority, woman, and disabled veteran-owned businesses to help maintain and repair District facilities.

Meet with trade supervisors, planners/schedulers, and other SDCCD Facilities Services staff looking to expand relationships with small & historically underutilized businesses. Share your expertise, skills, services, and product information. Bring your license and certification information and market yourself. Join us to connect with the decision makers!


Who Should Attend? Businesses with the following licenses classifications/trade areas: B, C7, C10, C20, C28, C39, C38, C12, C33, C16, C17, D28, D63, Commercial Window Washing, Fume Hoods, Alarm Installation, Remediation Contractors, Network Cabling, Sewing Machine Repair and HVAC Duct Cleaning.

Register Here

 10/26/2018
 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM (PDT) 
 San Diego Mesa College Design Center Courtyard 7250 Mesa College Dr, San Diego CA 921111

10/26/18

7:00AM