Hazardous Material and Building Removal:
Seaside’s Surplus II Phases 1, 2, 3, and 4

Project No. S201

Notice is given that the Fort Ord Reuse Authority (FORA) will receive sealed bid proposals for furnishing all labor, equipment and materials in accordance with the contract documents for the Surplus II Hazardous Material and Building Removal located in the area bordered by Malmady and 7th Avenues and Gigling Road and Col. Durham Road in Seaside California, Project No S201.

FORA will receive sealed bid proposals until 3:00 PM PST, June 22nd, 2018 in accordance with the contract documents, at which time, the proposals will be publicly opened and read. Proposals received after 3:00 PM will not be considered responsive and will be returned to the bidder unopened. Telephone, telefax, and email proposals will not be accepted. Deliver sealed proposals to:

Fort Ord Reuse Authority
Attention: Peter Said
920 Second Ave, Suite A
Marina, CA 93933

This work is described generally as follows:

Phase 1-3 will consist of the Hazardous Material and Building Removal of ten (10) three story, concrete, surplus military structures (nicknamed Rolling pins), one (1) Cafeteria, one (1) Gym with ancillary building, two (2) Armories, and five (5) Administrative buildings located within the area called Surplus II.

All work of this contract shall be performed in accordance with the plans and specifications prepared by: Harris and Associates, and Vista Environmental.

Schedule of Events
Dates

Request for Bid Proposals

06/07/2018

Deadline to Submit Requests for Information, Questions, Clarifications

3:00pm  PST 06/12/2018

Final RFI Responses (posted to www.fora.org/RFP3)

06/19/2018

Deadline to Submit Bid

3:00pm  PST 06/22/2018

Public Bid Opening

3:15pm  PST 06/22/2018

FORA Evaluation of Bid Responsiveness/Responsibility

Estimated Notice of Intent to Award

06/27/2018

Estimated Notice to Proceed

07/13/2018

PUBLIC WORKS

This is a public works program and is subject to prevailing wage rate laws (see Contract General Conditions). All contractors and all tiers of subcontractors bidding on this project shall register to bid public works projects with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR), and maintain current this registration pursuant to Labor Code Section 1725.5. Please go to http://www.dir.ca.gov/Public-Works/PublicWorks.html for more information and to register.

PROTESTS

FORA encourages potential bidders to resolve issues regarding the requirements of the bid prior to bidding.

However, Bid protests shall be in writing and must be received via email by FORA staff before 4:00PM no later than two business days following the bid opening (“Bid Protest Deadline”), and must comply with each and all of the requirements identified in section 5 of the Instructions to Bidders. Protests must be sent by e-mail or delivered in person to Sheri Damon, Risk Manager, sheri@fora.org, 920 Second Ave, Suite A, Marina, CA 93933. FORA will provide a written response following the receipt of the official protest. Such response will be sent by mail or hand delivered to the bidder who submitted the protest. The decision of FORA shall be final.

FORA encourages bidders to maximize the participation of local labor and material suppliers from the Monterey, Santa Cruz and San Benito Counties.

During bidding, all questions related to bidding requirements, the contract conditions and provisions, or the plans and technical specifications must be addressed in writing and forwarded to FORA’s Project Manager, Peter Said no later than 3:00 PM June 12, 2018.

Attention: Peter Said
920 Second Ave, Suite A
Marina, CA 93933
E-mail is acceptable if the subject header is as follows:
Subject: SURPLUS II: Abatement Question
Sent to: peter@fora.org

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