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802 Proposals/Bids
PUBLISHED: Thursday September 01, 2005


NOTICE INVITING BIDS
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Sealed bids will be received by Casa Pacifica Adult Day Health Care Center at 1424 30th Street Suite C, San Diego, CA 92154 until 2 p.m. September 23, 2005, for meals to service in Adult Day Health Care Center. At said time and place and promptly thereafter all bids that have been duly received will be publicly opened and read aloud.
Description of Product for Bid:
The following types and quantities of meals: lunch; from Monday to Friday; about 200 meals per day.
Daily delivery of meals to one center location.
Types or forms of packaging or containerizing to be used for meals:
Prepackaged meals inclusive of milk based on a 30-day menu cycle to be provided by this agency.
All meals of every type will meet the minimum standards set by the United States Department of Agriculture for Child and Adult Care Food Program meals of that type.
The Contract will be awarded to the responsible bidder whose bid is responsive to this invitation and is most advantageous to the Casa Pacifica ADHC Center, price and other factors considered.
Any or all bids may be rejected when it is in the interest of Casa Pacifica ADHC Center to do so.
In accordance with federal law and U.S.Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, or religion.
To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, Room 326-W, Whitten Building, 1400 Independence Ave., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call 202-720-5964 (voice and TDD). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
Pub. Sept 1, 8-d530462




San Diego County Water Authority
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
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CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES
FOR THE SAN VICENTE PROEJCTS
The San Diego County Water Authority is soliciting proposals for the following project:
Title: Construction Management and Inspection Services for the San Vicente Projects
The following firms have been selected based on their Statement of Qualifications to receive the Request for Proposal. Only the following firms may submit proposals in response to the RFP. The RFP may be viewed at www.govbids/scripts/TheNetwork/public/info/regoptions.asp. Please contact the following firms for subcontracting opportunities:

Company Contact Telephone Email
CH2M Hill Bob Pruitt 619-687-0110 Ext. 31 Bob.Pruitt@CH2M.com
Kellogg Brown & Jerry Allen 713-753-3108 jerry.allen@halliburton.com
Root, Inc.
Parsons Brinckerhoff Gary Dulgar 619-525-8366 dulgar@pbworld.com
Construction Serv Inc.
Washington Group Joseph Ehasz 425-503-4791 bill.herb@wgint.com
International

PROPOSAL DUE DATE: October 11, 2005 at 2:00 p.m. PST
PRE-PROPOSAL MEETING: September 15, 2005 at 2:00 p.m. at 4677
Overland Avenue, San Diego, California 92123
SCOPE OF WORK:

This Scope of Work is for construction management and inspection services for the San Vicente Projects located north of Lakeside in San Diego County, Thomas Brothers Guide (2005 Edition), Page 1212, A3. The San Vicente projects are located immediately downstream and adjacent to the existing San Vicente Dam. Access to the project site by all contractors and staff, including material deliveries, shall be from Highway 67 to Vigilante Road to Moreno Avenue. The Projects include:
San Vicente Pump Station - The SVPS is designed to pump water from the San Vicente Reservoir to the Second Aqueduct for distribution during an extended emergency, as well as recirculation conditions. The construction of the SVPS generally involves civil, mechanical, electrical, instrumentation, structural, geotechnical, architectural, metallurgical, corrosion, acoustic, landscape architecture, source inspection, and surveying disciplines. The current design includes a building approximately 160-feet long by 80-feet wide featuring three pumps with 7,000 HP motors, two variable speed drives, yard piping outside the pump station, valves, and large diameter piping connections to existing pipelines.
San Vicente Surge Control Facility - The SVSCF protects the San Vicente and Moreno-Lakeside Pipelines from extreme pressure fluctuations due to sudden pump or valve failures in the delivery system. The construction of the SVSCF generally involves civil, mechanical, electrical, instrumentation, structural, geotechnical, metallurgical, corrosion, source inspection, and surveying disciplines. The facility consists of a 3 million gallon, 217-foot diameter concrete tank. An inlet pipe will connect the tank to the SVPS and an outlet pipe will connect the tank to the San Vicente Pipeline. A concrete overflow chute in the facility prevents over-pressurizing the pipelines due to valve or pump misoperation and directs water to the reservoir instead of spilling it. Also included is a reservoir-fill facility that consists of a flow control vault followed by a natural chute. The project also includes approximately 1,800 feet of 60-inch diameter pipe as an extension of the San Vicente Interconnect Pipeline. Blasting will be required to perform rock excavations for the tank, access road, pipelines, and chutes.
Reservoir Interconnect Pipeline - The Reservoir Interconnect transports water from San Vicente Reservoir to the San Vicente Pump Station. The construction of the Reservoir Interconnect generally involves civil, mechanical, structural, geotechnical, metallurgical, corrosion, source inspection, and surveying disciplines. The Reservoir Interconnect includes 1,410 feet of 90-inch pipe and fittings connecting to the future outlet pipe associated with the San Vicente Dam, as well as 260 feet of 66-inch and 90 feet of 48-inch pipe and fittings connecting to the City of San DiegoÕs San Vicente Pipelines 1 and 2.
San Vicente Interconnect Pipeline - The San Vicente Interconnect Pipeline transports water from the San Vicente Surge Control Facility to the Moreno-Lakeside Pipeline. The construction of the San Vicente Interconnect Pipeline generally involves civil, mechanical, structural, geotechnical, metallurgical, corrosion, source inspection, and surveying disciplines. The San Vicente Interconnect Pipeline includes 2,500 feet of 60-inch pipe and fittings, pipeline appurtenances and concrete encasement of 750 feet of 60-inch pipe.
Work generally consists of construction management, quality management, change control, claims prevention, contracting, material testing, fabrication inspection, survey, and contract administration for all aspects of the scope of work described below in order to facilitate completion within budget, on schedule, and in compliance with all requirements throughout the completion of all construction contracts for the San Vicente Projects.
SMALL CONTRACTOR OUTREACH AND OPPORTUNITIES PROGRAM
The Water AuthorityÕs Small Contractor Outreach and Opportunities Program is designed to maximize participation of diverse, qualified, small contractors and material suppliers seeking to do business with the Water Authority. Effective implementation of SCOOP is a requirement of the project and award of a contract will be determined, in part, by the ContractorÕs demonstrated effort in conducting effective outreach to small contractors. Failure to comply with the requirements herein shall render the Respondent as non-responsive.
Pub. Sept. 1, 12-k114814




802 Proposals/Bids
PUBLISHED: Thursday September 01, 2005


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