Crane Rental with Operator Services

Agency: Pima County
State: Arizona
Type of Government: State & Local
Caegory:
  • W - Lease or Rental of Equipment
Posted Date: Dec 5, 2018
Due Date: Dec 7, 2018
Solicitation No: IFB 318278
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IFB 318278

Addendum 1
Crane Rental with Operator Services Maria Canizales
E-Mail
(520) 724-8167
November 21, 2018 at 11:00 A.M. December 5, 2018 at 11:00 A.M.
December 7, 2018 at 11:00 A.M.
November 15, 16, 19 & 20, 2018

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PIMA COUNTY NOTICE OF INVITATION FOR BIDS (IFB)
Solicitation Number: 318278 Title: Crane Rental with Operator Services
DUE IN AND OPENS: DECEMBER 5, 2018 AT OR BEFORE 11:00 A.M. LOCAL ARIZONA TIME (MST)
Submit Bid to:
Pima County Procurement Department
130 W. Congress St., 3rd Floor,
Tucson, Arizona 85701
Pre-Bid Conference:
November 21, 2018 AT 11:00 A.M. LOCAL ARIZONA TIME (MST)
Pima County Procurement Department
130 W. Congress, 3rd Floor
Tucson, Arizona 85701
SOLICITATION: Pima County (“County”) is soliciting bids from Offerors qualified, responsible and willing to provide the
following Goods and/or Services in compliance with all solicitation specifications and requirements contained or
referenced herein.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: To provide crane rental with operator services, per specifications and requirements defined
herein.
You may download a full copy of this solicitation at www.pima.gov/procure/ifbrfp.htm by selecting the solicitation number.
Offerors are required to check this website for addenda prior to the Due In and Opens date and time to assure that the bid
incorporates all addenda. Prospective Offerors may also pick up a copy, Monday through Friday excluding legal holidays,
8 am to 5 pm LOCAL ARIZONA TIME (MST), at the address listed above.
County will hold a Pre-Bid Conference for the purpose of clarifying requirements and answering prospective Offeror
questions. It is the responsibility of Prospective Offerors to familiarize themselves with all requirements of the solicitation
and to identify any issues at the conference. Attendance is optional and encouraged. Participation is also available via
conference call. Offerors that wish to receive this accommodation must contact the Procurement Officer listed in the
solicitation at least two business days before the Pre-Bid Conference is held.
Offerors must submit bids as defined in the Instructions to Offerors, in accordance with the Standard Terms and
Conditions, and all solicitation documents either referenced or included herein. Failure to do so may be cause for County
to reject a bid as non-responsive.
Offerors must complete and return those documents identified in Section 4, Submission of Bids of the Instruction to
Offerors document.
Offerors may not withdraw Bids for sixty (60) days after opening except as allowed by Pima County Procurement Code.
Bonds are not required
OFFERORS ARE REQUIRED TO READ THE ENTIRE SOLICITATION, INCLUDING ALL REFERENCED DOCUMENTS,
ASSURE THAT THEY ARE WILLING AND ABLE TO COMPLY, AND TO INCORPORATE ALL ASSOCIATED COSTS IN
THEIR BID.
County will not accept verbal requests for clarifications or interpretations. Offerors must submit questions or
deviation requests in writing to County’s Procurement Department, Attention: Maria Julia Canizales. Fax: (520) 791-6504
email: maria.canizales@pima.gov .
All submittals must reference the Solicitation Number and Title. County may not answer any questions or deviation
requests that Offerors submit within eight (8) days of the solicitation Due in and OpenDate and Time.
Deliver bid to the following address:
Pima County Procurement Department, 130 W. Congress, 3rd Floor, Tucson, AZ 85701
Maria Julia Canizales
Procurement Officer
Publish: The Territorial: November 15, 16, 19 and 20, 2018
Solicitation No. 318278 IFB
Title: Crane Rental with Operator Services
INSTRUCTIONS TO OFFERORS
FAILURE TO COMPLY MAY CAUSE COUNTY TO IMPROPERLY EVALUATE THE BID OR TO CONSIDER THE BID
TO BE NON-RESPONSIVE
1. PREPARATION OF RESPONSES:
Offerors must make all bids using the forms contained in this package. Offerors must print or typewrite all prices and
notations. No erasures are permitted. Offerors may cross out errors and print in ink or typewrite corrections adjacent to
the error and the person signing the bid will initial any such correction. County prefers typewritten responses.
All bids must, if appropriate indicate the registered trade name, stock number, and packaging of the items included in the
bid.
Any surety that this solicitation requires may be in the form of a bond, cashier's check or certificate of deposit made
payable to Pima County. Personal or company checks are not acceptable.
2. OFFER AGREEMENT (Contract): Crane Rental with Operator Services 14 of Pages
The attached or referenced Offer Agreement when completed, signed and submitted by the Offeror is a binding offer that
results in a legal contract when County accepts and executes it as defined by this solicitation. An authorized
representative of Offeror must complete and sign the Offer Agreement document certifying that the firm is willing and able
to meet all requirements of the solicitation.
Contractor Minimum Qualifications:
Contractor Minimum Qualifications are intended to establish the Offeror’s capacity and responsibility for providing the
services or products solicited. To be evaluated and considered for award of contract Offeror must submit with the Offer
Agreement all documents specified in the Contractor Minimum Qualifications section of the Offer Agreement. If requested
in that section, Offeror must denote the license numbers or descriptions and other information requested.
Unit Prices & Bid Certification:
Offerors must fully complete and sign the Compensation & Paymentand Bid/Offer Certificationsections of the Offer
Agreement utilizing the forms provided by this solicitation.
Unless otherwise stated, Offeror must provide a Unit Price for all items defined by the Offer Agreement Unit Prices
schedule. Offeror must provide requested information and data in the precise manner that County requests. Product
descriptions must provide sufficient information for the product being offered. All unit prices must remain firm for the initial
term of the executed agreement, with the exception that should Offeror during the term of the agreement offer to another
buyer pricing for like or similar quantity, products or services at a price more favorable than those given to Pima County
(“County”), Offeror must offer the same pricing to County effective on the date that price is offered to another buyer.
Offeror’s unit prices must include all costs required to implement and actively conduct and document cost control and
reduction activities. Offeror must separately invoice taxes applied to the unit price and legally applicable to Pima County
purchase transactions and not include them in the item unit price. Unit Prices must include all costs incidental to the
provision of the requirements defined by the solicitation and Offer Agreement and unless otherwise specified by the
Delivery Article must be F.O.B. Destination & Freight Prepaid Not Billed (“F.O.B. Destination”). County will not pay any
additional charges and Offeror will not invoice them. Unit prices prevail in the event of an extension error. Price each item
separately. Delivery time if stated as a number of days’ means "calendar" days.
County reserves the right to question, clarify and correct obvious errors.
3. SPECIFICATIONS & DEVIATIONS:
The specifications included in this solicitation intend to identify the kind and quality of goods or services to be provided
without being unnecessarily restrictive, and to allow Offeror to provide the information needed for the development of
consistent and comprehensive bids.
Equipment brand names, models and numbers, when given, intend to identify a level of quality, equivalent performance
and dimensional specifications, and are for reference only, unless the solicitation otherwise specifies.
Failure to perform appropriate research, discovery, examine any drawings, specifications, and instructions will be at the
Offeror's sole risk.
Items included in Offeror’s bid must meet the specifications and requirements set forth by the solicitation.
Deviation requests must specifically document and clearly illustrate the deviation to the particular specification or the
requirement set forth by this solicitation and fully explain the requested deviation’s impact on the end performance of the
item. Offerors must submit deviation requests to County prior to the initial solicitation due date. County may not answer
requests submitted within eight (8) days of the solicitation due date. Acceptance or rejection of said deviation request is
at the sole discretion of County in accordance with the Pima County Procurement Code.
Instruction to Offerors
Revised 09/12/18
Page 2 of 4
Solicitation No. 318278 IFB
Title: Crane Rental with Operator Services
INSTRUCTIONS TO OFFERORS (continued)
County may consider conditional bids that do not conform to or that request exceptions to the published solicitation and
addenda as non-responsive and may not evaluate them.
All equipment must be models of current production, latest design and technology, new and unused unless otherwise
specified. The successful Offeror must provide manufacturer and Offeror documentation, including and not limited to the
following not later than fourteen (14) days after request by the County and at no additional cost: warranty; caution-
informational warnings; recommended maintenance schedule and process; recommended spare parts list; operating,
technical and maintenance manuals including drawings, if appropriate; product brochures; and safety data sheets (SDS).
4. SUBMISSION OF BIDS:
Submissions are binding offers and will result in a binding contract upon acceptance by County by issuance of a properly
executed contract document referencing said offer.
The submittal must include all information requested by the solicitation, and must use without modification the forms
provided by the solicitation. Offerors are to complete, execute and submit one original of the following bid documents:
1. Complete the following sections of the attached Offer Agreement:
Page 1, Section 3. CONTRACTOR MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Page 4, Section 7. OPTIONAL EARLY PAYMENT DISCOUNT TERM
Page 7, Section 13. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF SOLICITATION ADDENDA (if applicable)
Page 7, Section 14. SMALL BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (SBE) CERTIFICATION (if applicable)
Page 8, Section 15. BID/OFFER CERTIFICATIONS
Attachment A: Pricing Page (2 pages)
2. In addition to the executed Offer Agreement please provide the following documents:
Insurance Certificates within ten (10) day of award notification.
County must receive and time-stamp bids at the specified location at or before the Bid Due Date and Time as defined by
the Invitation for Bid. County’s time-stamp is the official time used to determine the timeliness of the submittal. County will
not accept Bids and modifications that County receives after the Bid Due Date and Time and County may return them
unopened. County will open and record timely submittals promptly after the Bid Due Date and Time.
An authorized agent of Offeror must sign bids and submit them in a sealed envelope marked or labeled with the Offeror’s
firm name, solicitation number, title, solicitation due date and time, to the location and not later than the Bid Due Date and
Time that the Invitation for Bid specifies.
County will NOT accept facsimiles of bids.
Failure of Offeror to comply with the solicitation requirements, including submittals that modify the solicitation
requirements, may be cause for County to reject Offeror’s bid as non-responsive and not evaluate it.
5. COMPLIANCE WITH AGREEMENT:
County will execute an agreement with the successful Offeror by issuance of a Master Agreement (“MA”).
Offeror agrees to establish, monitor, and manage an effective administration process that assures compliance with all
requirements of the agreement. In particular, Offeror agrees that it will not provide goods or services in excess of the
executed agreement items, item quantity, item amount, or agreement amount without prior written authorization by
revision or change order that County has properly executed. Any goods or services that Offeror provides in excess of the
quantity stated in the agreement is done at Offeror’s own risk. Offerors must decline verbal requests to deliver items in
excess of the agreement and must report all such requests in writing to the Pima County Procurement Department within
one (1) workday of the request. The report will include the name of the requesting individual and the nature of the request.
6. INQUIRIES & NOTICE OF RECOMMENDATION FOR AWARD (NORFA):
County will not provide results of this procurement in response to telephone inquiries. Interested parties may attend the
public opening at the time and date stated in this solicitation. A tabulation of submittals will be on file at the Procurement
Department. No oral interpretations or clarifications made to any Offeror as to the meaning of any of the solicitation
documents will be binding on County. If a prospective Offeror believes a requirement of the solicitation documents to be
needlessly restrictive, unfair, or unclear, the Offeror must notify the Pima County Procurement department in writing
identifying the solicitation number, page and paragraph number and clearly stating the issue and suggested solution prior
to the Due In and Open date set for receipt of the bid or proposal. County will respond by written addendum sent to all
known potential Offerors. County may not answer issues identified less than eight (8) days prior to the Due In and Opens
date.
Instruction to Offerors
Revised 09/12/18
Page 3 of 4
Solicitation No. 318278 IFB
Title: Crane Rental with Operator Services
INSTRUCTIONS TO OFFERORS (continued)
The Pima County protest procedures are in Chapter 11.20 of the Pima County Procurement Code, available through
https://library.municode.com/az/pima_county/codes/code_of_ordinances?nodeId=TIT11PICOPRCO_CH11.20PR. The
five-day period to file a protest of the award will be measured from the date the Notice of Recommendation for Award is
posted on the Pima County Procurement website at http://www.pima.gov/procure/awards/ without regard to whether
individual notices were issued. It is the responsibility of Offerors and Proposers to check the website.
7. ORDER OF PRECEDENCE-CONFLICTING DOCUMENTS:
In the event there are variations or conflicts between these instructions and the standard terms and conditions or the offer
agreement document, the standard terms & conditions and offer agreement govern.
8. VENDOR RECORD MAINTENANCE:
By submitting a response to this solicitation, Offeror agrees to establish and maintain a complete Pima County Vendor
record, including the provision of a properly completed and executed “Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and
Certification” document (Form W-9), within ten (10) calendar days of the solicitation due date. Offeror also agrees to
update the information within ten (10) calendar days of any change in that information and prior to the submission of any
invoice or request for payment. The preferred method for creating or updating this record is via the Internet utilizing the
Pima County Vendor Self Service (VSS). The registration requires that Offeror establish and maintain email functionality.
In addition to providing the means for an Offeror to create and maintain its Vendor record, VSS also provides for email
notice to Offeror regarding solicitations that County publishes for commodities of interest as defined by the Vendor record.
Internet links for Vendor Registration are located at the Procurement Internet page: http://www.pima.gov/procure/venreg.htm.
9. SMALL BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (SBE) PREFERENCE:
Any contract funded in any amount with federal funds is not eligible for this preference.
For those bids that do not exceed $500,000 per contract year, County will give a 5% bid preference to firms submitting
SBE Certificates issued by the City of Tucson WITH THEIR BID; said certification is subject to verification and acceptance
by County. If County accepts the certification, it will evaluate the bid at 95% of the bid amount to
determine the low and responsive bid. If County makes an award of contract, the contract will utilize the Unit Prices,
or Lump Sum, as bid.
To be eligible for the price preference, SBE firms must include with their bid documents a copy of their current
certification certificate which they may acquire from the City of Tucson; Department of Procurement. The City of Tucson
SBE website, which typically includes an SBE Application Form and a Directory listing firms holding SBE Certification, is
located at: http://www.tucsonprocurement.com/bidders_SBE.aspx.
The process of acquiring SBE Certification may take several weeks. Please contact the Pima County Business Enterprise
Program Coordinator at (520) 724-3807 for assistance or further information.
10. DOCUMENTS MARKED CONFIDENTIAL:
Disclosure. Pursuant to A.R.S. § 39-121 et seq., and A.R.S. § 34-603(H) in the case of construction or Architectural and
Engineering services procured under A.R.S. Title 34, Chapter 6, all documents submitted in response to this solicitation,
including, but not limited to, pricing schedules, product specifications, work plans, and any supporting documents are
public records. As such, those documents are subject to release or review by the general public upon request, including
competitors.
Records Marked Confidential; Notice and Protective Order. If Offeror reasonably believes that some of those records
contain proprietary, trade-secret or otherwise-confidential information, Offeror must prominently mark those records
“CONFIDENTIAL.” In the event a public-records request is submitted to County for records marked CONFIDENTIAL,
County will notify Offeror of the request as soon as reasonably possible. County will release the records ten (10) business
days after the date of that notice, unless Offeror has, within that period, secured an appropriate order from a court of
competent jurisdiction, enjoining the release of the records. County will not, under any circumstances, be responsible for
securing such an order, nor will County be in any way financially responsible for any costs associated with securing such
an order.
Any information marked as CONFIDENTIAL must be accompanied by an index specifically identifying and describing the
general contents of each page so marked. The index is a Public Record and must not include any information considered
confidential.
The Offeror agrees to waive confidentiality of any price terms in the event of an awarded contract.
END OF INSTRUCTIONS TO OFFERORS
Instruction to Offerors
Revised 09/12/18
Page 4 of 4
Solicitation No. 318278 IFB
Title: Crane Rental with Operator Services
OFFER AGREEMENT
1. INTENT:
This document is intended to establish a Master Agreement (MA) to provide Pima County (“County”) with crane rental
with operator services on an “as required basis” by issue of Delivery Order (DO) or Delivery Order Maximo (DOM). It is
the intent of Pima County to award by Group or line item, whichever method is determined to be in the best
interest of the County; each Group or line item will have an award to a primary Contractor and a secondary
Contractor, if available. Primary award will be to low bid, responsive, responsible bidder (per group or line item)
meeting all specifications, terms and conditions. The Secondary award will be to the next lowest bids,
responsive, responsible bidders (per group or line item) meeting all specifications, terms and conditions.
Secondary Contractor will be used when the Primary Contractor cannot provide the parts or service within the
term of the contract.
As defined by the Pima County Standard Terms and Conditions included herein, this contract is non-exclusive and County
may terminate it for any reason without penalty or cost.
All Goods and Services that Contractor offers or provides pursuant to the contract will conform to the requirements
defined by or referred to by the solicitation documents including Solicitation Addenda, Instructions to Offerors, Standard
Terms and Conditions, and this Offer Agreement, all of which are incorporated herein.
This document, including all attachments and documents incorporated by reference, constitutes the entire contract
between the parties pertaining to the subject matter hereof, and merges all prior or contemporaneous agreements and
understandings, oral or written, herein.
2. CONTRACT TERM, RENEWALS, EXTENSIONS & REVISIONS:
The initial term of the MA will be for a one (1) year period and include four (4) one-year renewal options that the parties
may exercise upon written agreement as follows:
Contract extensions, renewals, or revisions will occur through the issuance by County to Contractor of a revised MA
document setting forth the requested changes. Failure by Contractor to object in writing to the proposed revisions, terms,
conditions, scope modifications and/or specifications within ten (10) calendar days of issuance by County will signify
acceptance of all such changes by Contractor and the revision will be binding upon the parties, effective on the date of
issuance.
3. CONTRACTOR MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
The Contractor certifies that it is competent, willing and responsible for performing the services or providing the products
in accordance with all requirements of the solicitation and this contract. Contractor certifies that it possesses all licenses
required by applicable Agencies to satisfy the requirements of this contract.
ITEM
NO.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
CHECK
appropriate
response
certifying
agreement with
the requirement.
Contractor has been in business of truck crane rental with operator services for a minimum
1 of three (3) consecutive years prior to this solicitation opening.
Yes
Attach business license/documentation with submission of bid.
No
Contractor’s employees and subcontractor employees shall have all required
licenses/certifications including, but not limited to, Commercial Driver’s License (CDL).
Yes
2
Crane operators must be certified by the National Certification Crane Operators (NCCO)
every five (5) years.
No
Attach a list of employees/subcontractors along with copies of CDL’s and NCCO.
Offer Agreement
Revised 09/12/18
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