BIDS DUE ON: Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018 at 4:00 PM
Bid Submittal Location: 3403 10th Street, Suite 400,
Riverside, CA 92501
ATTN: Erik Sydow, T: 951 955-8274, E: firstname.lastname@example.org
BID PACKAGE FOR CONTRACTS UNDER $45,000
THIS INFORMAL REQUEST FOR BID IS BEING ISSUED ON 1/29/2018
The County of Riverside’s Economic Development Agency is seeking bids for the Glen Avon YMCA
Improvement Project for working including, but not limited to, ADA ramps, revised striping, fencing, and
an additive alternate for drainage improvements to the playgrounds. The Glen Avon YMCA is located
at 9254 Galena St, Riverside, CA 92509. Work to be performed in strict accordance with the
specifications provided in Appendix ‘A’ consisting of 5 pages and Appendix ‘B’, Special Federal
Provisions consisting of 27 Pages and Appendix C, Plans dated November 2017.
BID TOTAL- The undersigned proposes to perform all work for the sum of $_________________.
Bidder shall attach the following forms to their Bid: Federal Bid Form B-4, Federal Bid Form B-
7, Federal Bid Form B-8, Federal Bid Form B-9, and Bid Bond*.
Sum quoted includes all applicable taxes, *bonds, permits, licenses, insurance costs, if any, and all
other costs incidental to the resultant contract.
Bidder agrees to commence work within ten calendar days after receipt of purchase order and will
complete work within 15 calendar days thereafter.
* It is the Contractor’s responsibility to insure the cost of bonds is included in their Bid Total amount, should their
proposal exceed $25,000.
Contractor’s License No:
(Prompt Pay Discount)
Glen Avon YMCA Improvement Project
9254 Galena St,
Riverside, CA 92509
1. Intent: The County of Riverside’s Economic Development Agency is seeking bids for the Glen Avon
YMCA Improvement Project for working including, but not limited to, ADA ramps, revised striping,
fencing, and an additive alternate for drainage improvements to the playgrounds. The Glen Avon
YMCA is located at 9254 Galena St, Riverside, CA 92509. Work to be performed in strict accordance
with the SOW listed below.
2. FEDERAL FUNDING: This project is being financed with Community Development Block Grant
funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (24 CFR Part 570) and
subject to certain requirements including: compliance with Section 3 (24 CFR Part 135) Economic
Opportunities requirements; payment of Federal Davis-Bacon prevailing wages; Federal Labor
Standards Provisions (HUD 4010); Executive Order #11246; and others. Information pertaining to
the Federal requirements is on file with the County of Riverside Economic Development Agency.
3. PREVAILING WAGES: This project requires the payment of both State of California and Federal
Davis Bacon Act prevailing wages and certified payroll. The successful Bidder receiving the contract
award, as well as all subcontractors, shall pay the higher of either the State prevailing wage or the
Federal Davis Bacon Act prevailing wage for all labor classifications.
To assist the Contractor, the Federal Davis Bacon Act wages are listed below in General Decision
Pursuant to Section 1773 of the Labor Code, the general prevailing wage rates, including the per diem
wages applicable to the work, and for holiday and overtime work, including employer payments for
health and welfare, pension, vacation, and similar purposes, in the County of Riverside in which the
work is to be done, have been determined by the Director of the Department of Industrial Relations,
State of California. These wages are set forth in the General Prevailing Wage Rates for this project,
available from the California Department of Industrial Relations’ Internet web site at www.dir.ca.gov.
Future effective prevailing wage rates which have been predetermined, and are on file with the
California Department of Industrial Relations, are referenced but not printed in the general prevailing
The Federal minimum wage rate requirements, as predetermined by the Secretary of Labor, are set
forth in the books issued for bidding purposes, referred to herein as Project Bid Documents (Special
Federal Provisions), and in copies of this book which may be examined at the office described above
where the project plans, special provisions, and proposal forms may be seen. Addenda to modify the
minimum wage rates, if necessary, will be issued to holders of the Project Bid Documents.
THIS IS A PUBLIC WORKS PROJECT AND SUBJECT TO COMPLIANCE MONITORING AND
ENFORCEMENT BY THE DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. As a condition to receiving
progress payments, final payment and payment of retention on any and all projects on which the
payment of prevailing wages is required, the contractor agrees to present to the County, along with its
request for payment, all applicable and necessary certified payrolls and other required documents for
the time period covering such payment request. The County shall withhold any portion of a payment,
including the entire payment amount, until certified payroll forms and other required LCP documents
are properly submitted. In the event that certified payroll forms do not comply with the requirements of
Labor Code Section 1720 et seq., or wage violations are identified, the County may hold sufficient funds
to cover estimated wages and penalties under the contract pursuant to CA Labor Code 1771.6.
Pursuant to SB854, effective 1/1/2016, all project contractors will be required to additionally submit their
certified payrolls to the Labor Commissioner’s online portal. Refer to the Labor Compliance Packet for
additional information. Additional information is available from the Department of Industrial Relations
web link: http://www.dir.ca.gov
4. Scope of Work: The Contractor shall furnish all labor, supervision, materials, parts, tools,
equipment, transportation and services necessary to perform work detailed below:
a. Add new ADA Ramps;
c. Add new Chain Link Cage fencing;
e. ADD ALTERNATE: All drainage work identified on Sheet 2 of 3 of the project Plans dated
All work must be performed in strict accordance with all applicable Federal, State and Local
building codes and requirements to ensure the project meets County design, intent and
All work to be performed AFTER 3pm regular business hours.
5. MANDATORY Bidder’s Conference: A mandatory Pre-Bid Conference will be conducted on
2/13/18, commencing promptly at 10:00 a.m., at 9254 Galena St, Riverside, CA 92509.
Attendance at the mandatory Pre-Bid Conference is required as a condition of bidding. Sign
language services are available for the Pre-Bid Conference upon written request received by
(951) 955-8274 at Erik Sydow at least three (3) business days prior to the Pre-Bid Conference.
6. Contractor’s Requirements: The successful contract must adhere to the following:
a. Must possess a “A” General Engineering License or a “B” General Contractor with the
appropriate “C” Class specialty subcontractors issued by the State of California and
registered with the California Department of Industrial Relations.
b. Prior to the issuance of a purchase order, provide to the County’s Project Manager a
certificate of liability insurance form listing “the County of Riverside” as additional insured
and proof of Worker’s Compensation Insurance for his employee and/or sub-contractors.
c. Pay his employees the general prevailing rate of wages for each craft or type of workman
or mechanic needed to execute the contract.
d. Prior to the commencement of work, the contractor is required to provide to the County’s
Project Manager, a list of employees who will be performing work on site. In addition to
their names, we required copies of valid California Driver’s License and/or California State
e. This project is subject to compliance monitoring and enforcement by the Department of
Industrial Relations. Pursuant to Labor Code section 1771.1, any contractor bidding, or
subcontractor to be listed on a bid proposal subject to Public Contract Code section 4104,
must be currently registered with the Department of Industrial Relations, pursuant to Labor
Code Section 1725.5. No contractor or subcontractor may be awarded without proof of
current registration, to perform public works.
e.1 The successful contractor will fully cooperate with the assigned 3rd party consulting
firm if one is retained by county.
e.2 When subcontractors are utilized, the successful contractor is to provide with their
proposal, a separate sheet listing each subcontractor, their CSL number DIR
f. Adhere to the County’s General Conditions which can be obtained from Riverside County
Purchasing & Fleet Service’s website, at www.purchasing.co.riverside.ca.us/terms/aspx
116-220 for projects under $25,000 and 116-222 for projects over $25,000.
Bonds: The following applies:
a. Proposals under $25,000 do not require bonds.
b. For proposals between $25,000 to $45,000, the successful contract will be required to
submit Bid, Performance and Payment Bonds (Bid Bond is attached).
9. Scheduling: The Contractor is advised that certain inconveniences may be encountered. The
work shall be planned and executed in such a manner as to keep disruption of County business to a
minimum. Complete cooperation between the Contractor and the Project Manager will be necessary
to expedite the work with the least amount of interference or delay. No portion of the work shall begin
without the Contractor giving notice and obtaining approval from the Project Manager. Because the
site is an active day care facility with children, Contractor shall complete the project on the
weekend or after 6:00 PM.
10. Quality Assurance:
a. The Contractor shall use an adequate number of skilled workmen who are thoroughly
trained and experienced in the necessary craft and who are completely familiar with the
specified requirements and the methods needed for proper performance of all work
contained in these specifications.
b. Upon Project Manager’s request, the Contractor shall provide evidence of a minimum of
five (5) years’ experience performing this type of work.
11. Clean-Up: The work area shall be kept clean at all times during construction. Protect floors
and all adjacent surfaces by use of drop cloths and other means. All cutting, dust, and other debris
shall be removed periodically during the workday so as not to be tracked into other areas of the building
or create a hazard to foot traffic. At the end of the workday all unused materials shall be stacked in a
neat and orderly manner and located in an area out of the path of others. All indoor areas of construction
shall be vacuumed clean of all dust at the completion of each workday.
The County of Riverside dumpster(s) shall not be used by the Contractor. Contractors shall supply their
own dumpster(s) and transport all trash and debris generated by the project off the County Riverside
property to an appropriate dumpsite.
12. Safety & Special Requirements: Contractor shall be solely and completely responsible for
the condition of the premises on which the work is performed and for safety of all persons and
property on the site during performance of the contract. This requirement shall not be limited to
normal working hours, but shall apply continuously. Contractor shall conform to all governing safety
regulations. Work shall be scheduled during normal working hours and shall be done in such a
manner as to keep disruption of County business to a minimum.
13. Warranties: All warranty work listed below shall be completed within two (2) weeks of written
notice by the County.
WORKMANSHIP: A one-year (365 days) unconditional warranty shall be in effect.
All equipment shall carry the manufacturer’s standard warranty.
A one-year (365 days) unconditional warranty shall be in effect. All
warranty work shall be completed within two (2) weeks of written notice
by the County.
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(Public Work – Public Contract Code Section 20129 (a))
WHEREAS, The undersigned
herewith submitting to the County of Riverside (“County”) a Bid dated
, 2018, in the
) for the award by County to
Principal of a contract (“Contract”) for the following: Glen Avon YMCA Improvement Project.
WHEREAS, Principal is obligated as a condition of said Bid to submit security pursuant to Public
Contract Code Section 20129 (a) in the amount of ten percent (10%) of the Bid Amount, which security
may be in the form of a Bid Bond issued by an admitted surety insurer pursuant to Code of Civil
Procedure Section 995.120 (“Admitted Surety”);
NOW THEREFORE, the Principal and
(“Surety”), an Admitted
Surety, are held and firmly bound unto the County in the penal sum of
($ ___) for the payment of which sum in lawful money of the United States, well and truly to be
made, we, Principal and Surety, bind ourselves, our executors, administrators, successors, heirs and
assigns, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents.
THE CONDITION OF THE ABOVE OBLIGATION IS SUCH, that if Principal is awarded the Contract
upon such Bid and thereafter within the period of time specified in County’s bidding documents
governing the bidding process applicable to such Bid (“Bidding Documents”) enters into the Contract
with County on the terms and conditions required by the Bidding Documents and furnishes the
performance and payment bonds, evidence of insurance and other documents that Principal is
required to submit under the terms of the Bidding Documents, then this obligation shall be null and
void; otherwise, it shall remain in full force and effect and the sum guaranteed by this bond shall, at
the option of County, be forfeited to County to pay all losses and damages suffered by County as a
result thereof and permitted by applicable law, including, without limitation, the difference between the
Bid Amount and amount for which the County may legally contract with another party to perform the
Work (if such latter amount be greater than the Bid Amount), costs of publication, and all other losses
and damages suffered by County (including, without limitation, those associated with delay to the
Project); provided, however, that Surety’s liability shall not exceed the penal amount of this bond.
Surety, for value received, hereby agrees that no change, extension of time, alteration or addition to
the terms of the Contract or the Bidding Documents, or to the work to be performed thereunder, nor
any withdrawal of the Bid in a manner not permitted by the requirements of the Bidding Documents
shall in any way impair or affect Surety’s obligation under this bond, and Surety does hereby waive
notice of any such changes, extensions of time, alterations or additions.