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If you are a supplier, construction company or professional service, check here regularly as we update with local, private and government contracts currently available.

UCSF

Bid Opportunity Notice

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Bidders are required to register as a supplier and complete the registration form at https://app.buildingconnected.com/projects/5e98c397903a4b002922cbda/bid-packages

 

Bid Package No. 1 Demolition/Abatement 

• Bid Package No. 2 Structural/Miscellaneous Steel 

• Bid Package No. 3 Roofing 

• Bid Package No. 4 Glass/Glazing 

• Bid Package No. 5 Fireproofing/Metal Studs/Gypboard/Plaster 

• Bid Package No. 6 Resilient Flooring/Case Underlayment 

• Bid Package No. 7 Plumbing 

• Bid Package No. 8 HVAC 

• Bid Package No. 9 Electrical 

BART Silicon Valley Phase II Project
Contracts: Tunnels & Trackwork and Rail Systems

The Kiewit Shea Traylor Joint Venture (KSTJV) Team is looking forward to meeting you in person tomorrow at VTA’s Meet the Primes event! We are ready to learn about your companies and to provide information and resources to ensure that you are “on track” for opportunities.  If you haven’t already done so, please register here for the VTA event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/meet-the-primes-bart-silicon-valley-phase-ii-project-tickets-163231286171.

 

Please be sure to stop by our table to meet members of our leadership team and hear about anticipated contract opportunities on BSVII Contract Package 2 (Tunnels & Trackwork). We also invite you to take a “sneak peek” at our team website at: www. http://www.buildbsv2withkstjv.com/.

Apply Now! To the Getting Down to Business Program!

A dynamic virtual course where you will learn the resources and tools to make you a more competitive contractor!

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SAN FRANCISCO WATER, POWER, SEWER

CONTRACTORS ASSISTANCE CENTER

 

 

Getting Down to Business (GD2B) for Construction

 

The program will offer a detailed 12 class course to create a solid foundation for your business to pursue contracts while making sound financial decisions. The curriculum will focus on strengthening your skill set in 6 key areas of business operations – Pursuing Contract Opportunities and Marketing Strategies; Take-Off Development and Production Rate Analysis; Bid Preparation and Cost Analysis; Cost Allocations and Overhead; Financial Forecasting and Statements; and Contract Performance Management.

 

Each week the program tackles a different subject spanning the completion of a statement of qualifications and to understanding and correctly estimating labor costs. The training covers topics related to contracting, including contractual requirements, estimating, project management, financial management, project software, and other business intangibles.

 

Read more about the program here!

 

By learning applicable skills through GD2B and utilizing the Center’s other free resources, small, local businesses can better compete for projects and navigate important City contracting requirements, while also becoming familiar with effective strategies they can reproduce on other projects throughout the City and beyond. At the end of the course, you will have a scope letter, templates of other documents you can use for your business, and access to other valuable resources.

 

Apply today or nominate someone who you think needs to be a part of this great program!

 

 

Program dates:

August 10 - November 15, 2021

 

Program and instruction will take place online through a video conferencing platform with limited in-person meetings.

 

Apply or nominate someone for the program now, before the deadline: Friday

July 23 @ 5PM.

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WD-2882 Trousdale Oaks Trees Removal

Engineer’s Estimate: $1.7 Million

LBE Goal: 15%

Advertisement Date: September 23, 2021

 

Pre-Bid Meeting Date: Tuesday, October 19, 2021 at 9:00am

Location: Remote Access Through https://bluejeans.com/799171152/3542

Enter meeting ID and click Join. The meeting ID 799 171 152 and Participant Passcode is 3542.

To participate by phone, dial 1.408.915.6290 and enter the meeting ID followed by the # key and then the Participant Passcode and # key. 

Attendance of remote attendees will be completed at the end of the pre-bid meeting.

 

Bid Due Date: Thursday, November 4, 2021 by 2:00pm

Location: Bids will be opened and read in public via a BlueJeans meeting.

Please access the meeting at this website: https://bluejeans.com/515688589

Contact: Contract Administration Bureau at QBD@sfwater.org

 

Contracts Relevant to You

You are receiving this email because your company is certified by the Contract Monitoring Division as a Local Business Enterprise (LBE) in one of the categories of work identified by the engineer's estimate for this project or you have expressed interest in this project. The SFPUC Contractors Assistance Center would like to inform you that WD-2882 was advertised on September 23, 2021.

 

The pre-bid meeting will be on: Tuesday, October 19, 2021 at 9:00am remotely through https://bluejeans.com/799171152/3542.

 

The bid due date is Thursday, November 4, 2021 b 2:00pm via https://sfwater.bluejeans.com/ also.

 

Project Description

The objective of the project is to clear trees and select vegetation from the Lower Crystal Springs Dam (LCSD) Timber Harvest Plan (THP) Unit as specified in THP #1-16-016 SMO and approved amendments.  As part of the THP requirements for tree removal, the project also includes culvert repairs / replacements and access road improvement. The work is to be performed in San Mateo, California. For additional information about the project, please visit the SFPUC's website.

 

The project documents can be downloaded directly from the SFPUC’s website. An electronic version of the bidding forms is available by request. To request these materials, email qbd@sfwater.org with this contract no. (WD-2882), the firm name, full address, email address, phone number, copy of contractor’s license or business card, and a copy of a government-issued identification. Visit https://webapps.sfpuc.org/bids/ for updates. 

 

Contractors Assistance Center

The Contractors Assistance Center is a free resource for small business owners to obtain the services and technical training necessary to get access to, compete for and successfully participate on City funded contracts.

 

The Center offers a range of services (e.g., technical assistance, guidance on City programs, and business consulting) that can be tailored to the specific needs of your small business.

 

Want to Learn More?

If you need assistance or have questions regarding the project, you can contact the Assistance Center for help. The Center is currently closed, but you can still contact us by calling (415) 467-1040 or by emailing acp@sfwater.org. Visit us online at www.sfpuc.org/contractorcenter.

 

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