006004 CDCR - ELECTRIC VEHICLE SUPPLY EQUIPMENT - CCWF AND VSP CHOWCHILLA
Prebid Date8/26/20 9:00 am
Bid Date9/9/20 2:00 pm
Company & Contacts
DGS Office of Sustainability
Jorge A. Barajas (916) 375-4515
CHOWCHILLA, MADERA, CALIFORNIA
STATE OF CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES
DEPARTMENT OF SUSTAINABILITY TRANSPORTATION
DOCUMENT 00 11 00 INVITATION TO BID
SEALED BIDS: DGS will receive sealed bids at 707 Third Street, 2nd floor reception area, West Sacramento, California 95605, before 2:00 P.M., September 9, 2020. A public opening and reading of the Bids will be held on September 10, 2020 at 2:00 P.M. at the above address for the following project:
CDCR-ELECTRIC VEHICLE SUPPLY EQUIPMENT-CCWF AND VSP CHOWCHILLA CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND REHABILITATION
CCWF-23370 ROAD 22
VSP-21633 AVENUE 24
CHOWCHILLA, MADERA COUNTY. CALIFORNIA PROJECT NUMBER:000000000006004
In an effort to maintain proper social distancing, the bid opening may be held in the atrium. At the public bid opening, all bids received before 2:00 P.M., on September 9, 2020 will be opened and recorded onto a Preliminary Bid Tabulation. The Preliminary Bid Tabulation will be made available immediately after the bid opening has been completed and will be posted to the solicitation event on Cal eProcure.
Mailed bids should be addressed as follows: Department of General Services, Attn: CDCR-ELECTRIC VEHICLE SUPPLY EQUIPMENT-CCWF AND VSP CHOWCHILLA, PROJECT #6004, 707 3rd Street,
Second Floor, Suite 2-300, West Sacramento, CA 95605.
The bids shall include all Work pursuant to the Drawings and Project Manual, and Addenda as may be issued prior to bid opening date.
Scope of Work: Install and electrically connect EVSE infrastructure to include wiring devises and all required associated items for a complete and operational system including required testing. Provide the required saw cutting, trenching, backfilling and finished of the affected lot surface and restore to original condition. Provide and install all items shown on the drawings including the ADA accessible ports and as specified unless otherwise noted as not in contract or existing to remain.
Readvertisement: This is a readvertisement of a Project for which bids were opened on March 4, 2020 and no contract was awarded. Only the Manual Cover date has been changed. No revisions were made to scope of original work and Drawings and Project Manual, including Addenda, remain same as originally issued with exception of new bid opening date. New Bid Forms will be issued to qualified bidders.
License: Contractors’ State License Classification required to bid Project: B or C-10.
Availability of Funds: Award of this contract is subject to the availability of funds through the State’s normal budget process and/or transfer of funds to the Department of General Services through the Architecture Revolving Fund.
Pre-bid Site Inspection: Bids will only be accepted from those Contractors having attended the MANDATORY pre-bid site inspection tours on August 26, 2020 at 9:00 AM at which time representatives of the State and prospective bidders shall meet at CCWF, 23370 Road 22,
Chowchilla, CA at the visitor’s entrance. The second mandatory bid walk will be at 11:00AM at VSP, 21633 Avenue 24, Chowchilla, CA at the visitor’s entrance. The State’s requirements for Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE) participation and other Contract requirements will be presented. Prime Contractors are encouraged to have their Key Administrator and DVBE office coordinator attend to receive this information and to have their questions answered. Attendance for the entire inspection is required in order for bidders to be eligible to submit a bid.
COVID-19 BUILDING SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR SITE INSPECTION: 1) Contractor, please do
not send representatives that are ill or have a fever. 2) All attendees must bring and wear a mask or they will not be allowed to sign in.
Security Clearance: Bidders’ attention is directed to the deadline to contact Isolette Gunther, at (916) 255-2173 or by email, Isolette.Gunther@cdcr.ca.gov no later than 4:00 P.M., August 12, 2020, and provide (1) full name, (2) telephone number, (3) Social Security Number, (4) Identification Number or California Drivers License Number and expiration year, and (5) date of birth; for security clearance to enter Institution. Blue, black, or acid washed denim trousers, camouflage clothing, red or orange jumpsuits, and blue or black chambray shirts, cameras and recording devices will not be allowed. See Document 01 35 53, Correctional Security Project Procedures, for additional requirements.
Bid forms will be available for download at the plan room website identified below or at California eProcurement Portal. Click on “Get Public Procurement Information” and then “See Current Bids”. In the Event name field, enter the project number and click search. While viewing the Event Details, click on “View Event Package” to view bid forms.
Drawings and Project Manual: Bidders may view and order secure Drawings and Project Manuals on the following web site: http://www.ospplanroom.com. Click on the “Public Jobs” link listed below the “Menu” heading on the left.
Alternatively, bidders may place an order by contacting Office of State Publishing at 885 Riverside Parkway, West Sacramento, CA 95605; Telephone (916) 445-5386.
Drawings and Project Manual may also be viewed through Builders’ Exchanges. Refer to the Plan Holders List tab on the plan room website shown above for specific locations.
Bid: Submit on Lump Sum basis.
Telephones: Public telephones are not available at bid opening site.
DVBE: Participation in Disabled Veterans Business Enterprises (DVBE) program may be required for this project: Refer to Project Manual Document 00 21 00, Project Manual Document 00 22 10 and Bid Forms for requirements. Bidders are advised to commence the required DVBE procedures immediately upon receipt of drawings and project manual.
DVBE Bid Incentive: The DVBE Incentive program is being applied on this project. Refer to Project Manual Document 00 21 00, Article 18.5.
Bonds: Successful bidder shall furnish payment and performance bonds, each in the amount of 100 percent of the Contract price.
Non-Discrimination Program (Gov. Code, Section 12990): Refer to Project Manual Document 00 72 00, General Conditions of the Contract for Construction.
Labor Code: Pursuant to Labor Code, Section 1774, the Contractor to whom the contract is awarded, and any subcontractor under him, shall pay not less than the specified general prevailing rates of per diem to all workers employed in the execution of the contract. Pursuant to Labor Code, Section 1770 et seq., the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) has ascertained general prevailing rate of per diem
wages in the locality in which the work is to be performed. Copies of the general prevailing rate of per diem wages are available from the Department of Industrial Relations, Labor Statistics & Research Division, P.O. Box 420603, San Francisco, CA 94142, (415) 703-4780; or general prevailing rate of per diem may be accessed on the internet at Department of Industrial Relations website for the February 2020 published general prevailing rate of per diem wages for this contract. Copies of the general prevailing rate of per diem wages are on file at DGS’ principal office, which shall be made available to any interested party on request. Note that when the general prevailing rate of per diem determination shows an expiration date (noted by a double asterisk**), to expire during the term of the contract, the Contractor must call or write the DIR to obtain the new rates and incorporate them in this contract for submittal of bid. The Contractor is responsible to comply with the Labor Code Sections and general prevailing rate of per diem determinations, including all the guidelines and the fine print in the general prevailing rate of per diem determinations. Refer to Project Manual Document 00 72 00, General Conditions of the Contract for Construction.
Labor Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement: This project is subject to monitoring and enforcement by the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR), Compliance Monitoring Unit. All Contractors and subcontractors, regardless of tier, shall be required to comply with the Monitoring and Enforcement Program, including, but not limited to, contractor registration, submittal of electronic certified payroll reports directly to the DIR as applicable and cooperation with on-site monitoring by DIR personnel. Refer to Labor Code 1771.4 et seq. and the General Conditions of the Contract for Construction, Document 00 72 00, Article 3.3.3 for more information.