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700 County of San Diego
PUBLISHED: Tuesday May 27, 2003


NOTICE OF PRELIMINARY
DECISION TO
APPROVE BANKING OF EMISSION REDUCTIONS
SAN DIEGO COUNTY AIR
POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT
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Notice is hereby given that, in accordance with Rule 26.0 through 26.10 of the San Diego Air Pollution Control District's Rules and Regulations, the Air Pollution Control Officer has made a preliminary decision to approve the banking of emission reduction credits (Application No. 978887) for STMicroelectronics, located at 16350 W. Bernardo Dr., San Diego, CA 92127. The emission reductions result from the shutdown of four boilers and three emergency standby engines, Permit to Operate Nos. 960514, 860164, 7068, 7069, 960512, 960513, and 911430 respectively.
Class ?A? emission reduction credits will be registered with the District for 1.2 tons per year of carbon monoxide, 1.5 tons per year of oxides of nitrogen, 0.1 tons per year of volatile organic compounds, and 0.1 tons per year of particulate matter under 10 microns (PM10).
Written comments may be submitted for a period of 30 days commencing May 23, 2003, and ending June 23, 2003, to the Air Pollution Control District, 9150 Chesapeake Dr., San Diego, CA 92123. Please direct your comments to the attention of Alta Stengel. The above application and the District's evaluation of the emission reduction credits are available for public review at this same address.
Should you have any questions regarding this notice, please contact Alta Stengel at (858) 650-4611.
Pub. May 23-k108490




COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO
DEPARTMENT OF PURCHASING & CONTRACTING
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
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The County of San Diego, Owner, invites sealed bids for REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF CONCRETE CURB, GUTTER AND SIDEWALKS AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS COUNTYWIDE. ACTIVITY NO. 4C3007 (RFB 30192).
Sealed bids will be received at the Office of Purchasing and Contracting, Building 11, County Operations Center, 5555 Overland Avenue, San Diego, California, 92123, until 2:00 p.m. on June 5, 2003, at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud. Contract documents may be examined or purchased for the sum of $12.00 per set at the Department of Purchasing and Contracting. Contractor license requirement is A or C-8. Cost estimate is $225,000-$275,000. Bid security of no less than 10% required at time of bid. Successful bidder shall provide Payment and Performance Bonds for 100% of the contract amount. Prevailing Wage rates apply. For complete bid information, go to County of San Diego Purchasing and Contracting website at http://63.200.213.30/cnty/cntydepts/general/prchcntr/newfctns.hts.
Pub. May 12,13.14,15,16, 19, 20, 21,22,23-k108365




COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
RFB 30197
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The County of San Diego, Owner, invites sealed bids for CONSTRUCTION OF OLD STAGE ROAD SIDEWALKS; ACTIVITY NO. R90441 (RFB 30197).
Sealed bids will be received at the Office of Purchasing and Contracting, Building 11, County Operations Center, 5555 Overland Avenue, San Diego, California, 92123, until 2:00 p.m. on June 12, 2003, at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud. Contract documents may be examined or purchased for the sum of $15.00 per set at the Office of Purchasing and Contracting. Contractor license requirement is A, C-12 or C-8. Cost estimate is $100,000-$150,000. Bid security of no less than 10% required at time of bid. Successful bidder shall provide Payment and Performance Bonds for 100% of the contract amount. Prevailing Wage rates apply. For complete bid information, go to County of San Diego Purchasing and Contracting website at http://63.200.213.30/cnty/cntydepts/general/prchcntr/newfctns.hts.
Pub. May 21,22,23,26,27,28,29,30,6/2,3-k108462




SAN DIEGO COUNT REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
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FOR ENGINEERING CONSULTANT SERVICES REGARDING THE UPGRADE TO THE MAIN ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM FOR TERMINAL 1 AT SAN DIEGO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA

Submit response by: 5:00 p.m.,June 18, 2003
Contact person: Rich Cardosi, Project Manager
(619) 400-2626 - Telephone
(619) 400-2596 - Facsimile
1. BACKGROUND
The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority (Authority) desires to enter into an agreement with a qualified Engineering firm, with qualified subconsultants, as appropriate, to provide professional Engineering consultant services related to the upgrade of the main electrical distribution system for Terminal 1 at San Diego International Airport (SDIA).
This Request for Qualifications (RFQ) describes the project, the scope of anticipated services, the Consultant selection process, and the minimum information that must be included in the Responder?s Statement of Qualifications (SOQ).
The Authority intends to award an agreement/contract to the Engineering firm that is most qualified to undertake this project.
2. GENERAL SCOPE OF WORK
2.1. Scope of Work

The Authority is seeking SOQs from qualified firms to provide professional Engineering Consultant services to design the Upgrade of the main electrical distribution system for Terminal 1 at San Diego International Airport. And as further described in Exhibit "A" to the RFQ.
2.2. Time of Completion
The Consultant and Authority will mutually agree upon a reasonable schedule of completion time for various elements of the work effort. The Consultant shall provide detailed scopes, schedules, and estimated costs for services. All work completed under this agreement shall become the property of the Authority without restriction as to use.
3. GENERAL CONDITIONS
3.1. Limitation

This RFQ does not commit the Authority to award a contract, to pay costs incurred in the preparation of an SOQ, to respond to this request, nor to procure or contract for services or supplies. The Authority reserves the right to accept or to reject any or all SOQs received as a result of this request.
3.2. Compensation
Compensation for design phase services will be on a fixed-fee basis and for construction phase services will be on an hourly basis for as-needed services and on a fixed fee basis for pre-defined construction support services, as described in Attachment A (Sections 3 and 4 of the Standard Agreement).
3.3. Standard Contract Provisions, Insurance and Indemnification
Interested firms must pay special attention to the indemnification and insurance provisions contained in Attachment A (Sections 15 and 17 of the Standard Agreement), and as further described in Attachment B, Owner Controlled Insurance Program Contractors Information Manual, included with this RFQ. The successful firm shall be required to comply with these provisions. Each SOQ must contain a statement assuring the Authority of the firm?s ability to meet the indemnification and insurance requirements.
3.4. Quality Assurance/Quality Control
Interested firms must pay special attention to the minimum Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) Plan requirements acceptable to the Authority. The minimum QA/QC requirements are contained in Attachment C, Consultant?s Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plans Requirements, included with this RFQ.
3.5. Design Standards
The Authority has established standards for preparation of project plans and specifications. Interested firms must pay attention to the Guide for Architects and Engineers Performing Services for the San Diego International Airport included in this RFQ as Attachment D. The successful firm shall submit all design deliverables in accordance with these standards.
4. SELECTION SCHEDULE
Following is a tentative schedule for the selection and award of the agreement for the professional Architectural and Engineering Consultant services:
Issue RFQ May 23, 2003
Receive SOQ June 18, 2003
Oral interviews (tentative) Week of July 7, 2003
Selection of Consultant July 2003
5. FORMAT AND CONTENTS
5.1. General Requirements
The SOQ should be concise, well organized and demonstrate the Responder?s qualifications and experience applicable for conducting and providing the services requested. Responders will be evaluated based on the information submitted in accordance with this section and Section 8 below.
The SOQ is to be limited to a maximum of twenty-five (25) double-sided pages. The page count does not include the responder?s cover letter.
5.2. Contents
The SOQ submitted in response to this RFQ must be organized in the following order and shall include all of the following sections. Submittals received that are not in strict compliance with this requirement may be rejected.
5.2.1 Executive Summary
Include a one to two page (maximum) overview of the entire SOQ describing the highlights of the SOQ.
5.2.2 Identification of Responder
1. Legal name and address of the company.
2. Legal form of company (partnership, corporation, joint venture, etc.). If joint venture, identify the members of the joint venture and provide all information required under this section for each member.
3. If company is a wholly owned subsidiary of a "parent company," identify the "parent company."
4. Name, title, address, and telephone number of person to contact concerning the SOQ.
5. Number of employees in the office including title, and discipline of each employee.
6. Place of business where work will be prepared.
5.2.3 Experience
Describe Responder?s experience in completing similar consulting efforts.
1. List a minimum of three successfully completed projects of a similar nature with name of client and client?s project manager, phone number, type of work performed, and value of consulting contract. Consulting projects currently being performed should be submitted for consideration.
5..2.4 Project Organization and Key Personnel
Describe proposed project organization with reporting authorities.
1. Identify the individual who will serve as the Project Manager on this project and all key members, including subconsultants.
2. Include a profile of the support staff member(s) that will be assigned to the project. The Responder?s support staff is limited to those necessary to complete the detailed Scope of Work, such as specialized engineering disciplines, graphic specialists and cost estimators.
3. Include a summary of the reasons why the Project Manager is uniquely qualified to accomplish the Scope of Work and how the Project Manager will be made available to serve the Authority. Ideally the nominated Project Manager will have a minimum of 15 years of experience which will include both hands on expertise and progressive project management experience with multi-faceted projects. Pay particular attention to providing the highest level of detail in the resume and description of work experience of the Project Manager. No change in the assigned project manager will be allowed without prior written approval of the Authority.
4. Where subconsultants are needed for a particular aspect of the project, submit names and experience of the project team ? indicate roles and responsibilities each subconsultant would perform.
5.2.5 Addenda to this RFQ
Responder shall confirm in its SOQ the receipt of all addenda issued to this RFQ. Responder is not required to include copies of the actual addenda in the SOQ.
5.2.6 Statement of Impartiality
The nature of this project requires an impartial, objective approach on the part of the Responder and its Project Manager. The SOQ shall include a statement declaring that the Responder is not currently and will not, during the performance of these services, participate in any other contract that may affect the impartial objective recommendation of the Responder and Project Manager.
5.2.7 Consultant?s Detailed Scope of Work
The SOQ must describe the Consultant?s plan for conducting and/or providing the services requested.
1. State Responder?s understanding of the work to be done.
2. Describe the proposed method to accomplish the scope of work. Responders shall refine and/or expand the General Scope of Work in Section 2 of the RFQ, to reflect the particular plan by which they would proceed, and/or to provide the work tasks and work product required.
3. Responders shall address any problems that they see and include any specific suggestions for avoiding these problems.
4. The SOQ shall present the technical approach in sufficient detail to demonstrate the Responder?s understanding of the project and abilities to produce and deliver the required work product.
5. The Responder shall describe in brief detail what Quality Assurance/Quality Control measures will be utilized during the course of the work on this project. Each SOQ must contain a statement assuring the firm?s ability to meet or exceed the minimum QA/QC requirements.
6. Provide any other information that you believe to be relevant.
The SOQ will be used as a screening tool by the Authority for designating a short-list of qualified professional Architectural and Engineering Consultants for final interviews.
6. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Review
On Federal-Aid projects, the project records and the work of the Consultant and its subconsultants shall at all times be subject to inspection and review by FAA representatives. Cooperation of the Consultant's assigned forces with the FAA shall be required under this agreement/contract.
7. SUBMISSION OF STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS
7.1. Question
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RFQ responses shall be received by 5:00 p.m. on June 18, 2003. Late SOQs will not be accepted. There will be no pre-proposal meeting. Questions concerning the RFQ should be submitted in writing (or facsimile) no later than 5:00 p.m. on June 11, 2003. Any questions submitted after that time and date will not be considered. Please direct written questions to
Tim Cuppage, Project Manager
Facilities Development Department
San Diego County Regional Airport Authority
2320 Stillwater Road
San Diego, CA 92101
Facsimile: 619-400-2596
7.2. Submission
Responders are requested to submit six copies of their SOQ for professional Architectural and Engineering Consultant Services to be received by 5:00 p.m. June 18, 2003 addressed to:
Rich Cardosi
Project Manager
Facilities Development Department
San Diego County Regional Airport Authority
2320 Stillwater Road
San Diego, CA 92101
SOQ for RFQ for Professional Engineering Services for the Upgrade to the Main Electrical Distribution System for Terminal 1
Each SOQ shall provide the following information: name, title, address and telephone number of individual authorized to bind the company and who may also be contacted during the period of SOQ evaluation. An official authorized to bind the proposing company shall sign each SOQ.
8 SOQ EVALUATION PROCEDURES
8.1. Selection Procedure

Authority staff will evaluate the statement of qualifications received and develop a short list per paragraphs 8.3 and 8.4. Authority staff will then interview proposed key team members from these finalist firms per paragraph 8.4. Staff will then rank the finalists firms based on the SOQ point system plus the interview point system regarding their qualifications. Firms will be rated based on the average point rating determined by staff interviewers. The final selection process step will be for staff to submit the rated list to the President of the SDCRAA for approval of the top rated firm.
8.2. Evaluation Criteria
Qualifications will be evaluated on the following criteria:
1. Responder?s experience in completing similar work.
2. The Responder?s proposed team:
? The experience, contribution, and availability of the Project Manager.
?The experience and team composition of the consultant staff and subconsultants proposed for the project.
3. Responder?s work plan:
? Understanding of the project requirements and the ability to produce and deliver the required work product within budget and on schedule.
? Proposed approach and methodology to accomplish the scope of work and project goals.
? Identifying and addressing potential problems.
? The QA/QC plan.
? Organization and presentation of SOQ.
8.3. SOQ Scoring Criteria
Responses received by the prescribed date and time will be evaluated based on the following rating/scoring criteria
Evaluation Criteria Maximum Score Minimum Acceptable Score
1. Approach / Methodology, Work Plan 30 25
? Project Understanding 15 10
? Design Approach & Sequencing 20 15
2. Qualifications / Relevant Experience 50 40
? Project Manager 40 30
? Firm Key Personnel Resources 15 10
3. Response Submission Quality 10 7
Total 100 72
8.4. Presentation / Interviews
In order for the interview / presentation process to continue there must be at least two (2) firms who have qualified by scoring at least 72% or more in the evaluation process. At least two (2) of the firms scoring the highest of the qualified submissions will be invited to the presentation / interview stage, more may be invited at SDCRAA?s discretion. Reasonable notice will be given together with additional details on the presentation/interview process.
The designated project manager and their alternate must be present at the presentation/interview. The presentation/interview will be a separate process from the original evaluation; however the scores from the presentation/interview will be added to the scores that were awarded during the original evaluation process to determine the successful proponent rankings.
9. CONTRACT PROCESS AND NEGOTIATIONS
9.1. Contract Negotiations
Contract negotiations, including cost considerations, will be conducted with the selected Responder. The selected Responder shall be required to submit a fee proposal and hourly rates for his/her firm and all subconsultant firms based on the final scope of work negotiated between the Authority and Consultant.
Should the Authority be unable to negotiate a satisfactory contract with the selected firm, at a price the Authority determines to be fair and reasonable to the Authority, negotiations with that firm shall be formally terminated. The Authority shall then undertake negotiations with the second most qualified firm. Failing accord with the second most qualified firm, the Authority shall terminate negotiations. The Authority shall then undertake negotiations with the third most qualified firm. Should the Authority be unable to negotiate a satisfactory contract with any of the selected firms, the Authority shall select additional firms in order of their competence and qualifications and continue negotiations until an agreement is reached.
9.2. Standard Contract Provisions
The successful Responder will be required to execute the Authority?s Standard Agreement, attached to the RFQ as Attachment A. The proposed agreement contains clauses in paragraphs 9 through 32, which are standard to all agreements and are not negotiable. If potential Responders cannot accept such terms and conditions, it is recommended that they do not participate in this RFQ process.
9.3. Equal Opportunity Program Requirements
Equal Opportunity Contracting Policy Statement - In the procurement of service and consulting agreements and the purchase of supplies, materials and equipment, the Authority's Executive Director or his or her designee (the "Executive Director") shall be responsible for following all procedures required by (1) the Authority, (2) the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority Act, as amended from time to time, and (3) other applicable federal, state and local laws.
Equal Employment Opportunity Policy Statement - It is the policy of the Authority that all contractors and lessees interested in conducting business with the Authority shall not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, veteran status, medical condition, marital status, age (40 years and older), sexual orientation, pregnancy or other non-job related criteria, and shall take action to assure applicants are employed, and that employees are treated during employment, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, veteran status, medical condition, marital status, age (40 years and older), sexual orientation, pregnancy or other non-job related criteria.
Required Equal Opportunity Program Information - Proposer will complete the enclosed Attachment "E" Proposer?s Equal Opportunity Program.
Information contained within Attachment "E" will be evaluated and may be presented to the Board of the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority. Any proposer who fails to address the foregoing requirements may be considered nonresponsive.
Questions regarding Equal Opportunity Program Requirements should be directed to:
Patricia A. Wright, Small & Emerging Business Department
Phone: (619) 400-2569
FAX: (619) 400-2566
E-mail: pwright@san.org
ATTACHMENTS
Exhibit A - Draft Scope of Professional Services
Attachment A - Standard Agreement
Attachment B - Owner Controlled Insurance Program Contractors Manuals
Attachment C -Consultant's Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plans Requirements
Attachment D - Guide for Architects and Engineers Performing Services for the SDIA
Attachment E - Respondent's Equal Opportunity Management Program
Pub. May 23, June 6-k108487




SAN DIEGO INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT
NOTICE INVITING BIDS
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Notice is hereby given that the Facilities Development Department of the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority (the "Airport Authority") will receive sealed bids at 2320 Stillwater Road, San Diego, California, until 10:00 AM on June 16, 2003 for:
Spec. No. LF03-13
QUIETER HOME PROGRAM
PHASE 1C-3 Steel
SAN DIEGO INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT, SAN DIEGO,
CALIFORNIA
AIP 3- 06-0214-31

The project provides sound attenuation treatments for 5 dwelling units located on 5 residential properties around San Diego International Airport.
Sound attenuation treatments may include, but are not limited to, replacement of steel windows and exterior doors, adding storm windows and doors, added insulation and improvements to air conditioning, ventilation and electrical systems.
The project includes special treatments for historically significant structures. The work will include the demolition and modification of existing construction to install new windows and doors and, in some cases, may require temporary weatherproof enclosures.
The magnitude of this work is in the range of $400,000. The bidder must possess a valid California State Contractors License, classification B at the time the contract is awarded.
Bids will be opened in public at 2320 Stillwater Road, San Diego, California, all as more particularly contained in Document No. LF03-13 on file in the office of the Clerk of the Airport Authority. No Bidder may withdraw a bid after the date set for bid opening.
A prebid conference will be conducted at 10:00 AM on May 28, 2003, in the Airport Noise Monitoring Room on the third floor of the Commuter Terminal, 3225 North Harbor Drive, San Diego, California. At the end of the conference, interested parties may tour the project area or, if indicated in the Special Conditions, make an appointment to visit the site. The Airport Authority?s representative will be present at the prebid conference to receive questions. An addendum will be issued, if necessary, to respond to questions raised.
Plans and specifications may be purchased for $50.00 per each set on May 16, 2003, by Bidder?s printed check only, during the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding Airport Authority holidays, from the Facilities Development Department, San Diego County Regional Airport Authority, P.O. Box 82776, San Diego, CA 92138-2776, or picked up in person at 2320 Stillwater Road, San Diego, California, Telephone Number (619) 400-2606 or 2607. Shipment of plans and specifications by Federal Express is available at Bidder?s expense. The purchase price and cost of shipment are not refundable. One set of plans and specifications will be made available by the Airport Authority to local plan file services.
In accordance with the provisions of the California State Labor Code, the Airport Authority has obtained the general prevailing rate of wages (which rate includes employer payments for health and welfare, vacation, pension and similar purposes) applicable to the work to be done, for straight time, overtime, Saturday, Sunday and holiday work. All labor employed on this project shall be paid no less than such minimum rates of wages. These wage rates are available for inspection at the office of the Small and Emerging Business Department of the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority.
It is the policy of the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority that certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs) shall have the maximum opportunity to participate in the performance of Airport Authority Contracts. The DBE participation goal for this proposal/bid/quote is twelve percent (12%). Certified DBEs with qualifying experience are encouraged to respond to the request for proposals/bids/quotes, etc.
The award of the Contract may be conditioned on meeting the requirements of Title 49 Part 26 ? Department of Transportation, Participation by Disadvantaged Business Enterprises in Department of Transportation Financial Assistance Programs.
Bidder shall file the bonds as required by the Contract and Civil Code section 3247. The provisions of Public Contract Code section 22300 apply to this Contract.
Bidders are hereby notified that the successful Bidder will be required to provide insurance in accordance with Section 1C-6.1, "Contractor?s Insurance," of the General Conditions. In the public interest, the Airport Authority reserves the right to reject any or all bids, or to waive any informality in a bid.
DATED: May 9, 2003
Facilities Development Department
Spec. No. LF03-13
Pub. May 16, 23-k108419




700 County of San Diego
PUBLISHED: Tuesday May 27, 2003


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