|Agency:||The New York State Contract Reporter|
|Type of Government:||State & Local|
|Posted Date:||Jun 16, 2020|
|Due Date:||Jul 29, 2020|
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AD ID#2066366 - Stony Brook University Hospital intends to make an award for Major Structural Repairs to the structural elements of the Health Science Center (HSC) and Hospital Parking Garages. A modified sealed bid will be held due to COVID-19 safety precautions. If you are interested in providing a proposal for the above stated commodity / product and/or service, you must contact the appropriately designated Campus contact in this advertisement within 15 business days of this Advertisement Notice.
The main features of the work to be done under the Contract, in accordance with the Contract Documents shall include, but not be limited to the following:
The repairs will consist of rebuilding and strengthening of structural beams, columns, and isolated areas of the parking garage slabs. Also included are repairs to the facade, walls, stairwells, and waterproofing where indicated. Repair materials consist of shoring equipment, cast-in-place and pre-cast concrete, waterproofing materials (rolled, membranes, etc,)
The work that will be done under the awarded contract will consist of performing, installing, furnishing, and supplying all materials, equipment, labor and incidentals necessary or convenient for the completion of the project.
Documents: Due to COVID-19, Bidding and Contract Documents will not be able to be viewed at SUNY Stony Brook. The documents may be examined free of charge at the following plan room location.
The Construction Blue Book
Patricia Firman is the only permissible contact for this solicitation via NYS Agency e-mail: Patricia.Firman@stonybrook.edu . Absolutely no communication at all should be uploaded or e-mailed via The Construction Blue Book. The Construction Blue Book is being used solely for the purpose of providing interested Contractors with notice of the project and plan room documents. If a possible bidder posts/submits documentation, questions etc. to Patricia Firman via The Construction Blue Book web site they will not be opened, recognized, answered or made part of the procurement record.
Complete sets of Contract Documents for bidding may be obtained free of charge from Patricia Firman, Stony Brook University Hospital Purchasing, at Patricia.Firman@Stonybrook.edu . Documents will only be provided electronically via e-mail for this project. This will allow for inclusion on the Project’s Plan Holders List and direct receipt of any Addenda and/or Clarifications that may be issued. Bids submitted by contractors who have obtained forms in any other manner will be considered informal.
Required forms to be submitted with IFB Proposal
1.7554-07 Contractor Proposal
2.Pricing Breakdown Sheet
4.Bid Bond or other means of security as per Information for Bidders Section 6
5.Exhibit H- Finance Law 139-I Sexual Harassment Certification
6.Exhibit E (EO 177 Certification)
8.Exhibit N List of Sub-Contractors with same minimum requirements as Bidder
9.Equipment Submittals if applicable
10. Tentative CPM Schedule and Working plan as per section 8 of the Information for Bidders
11.Schedule of Values
12.Signed IFB cover page
13.MWBE 7557-107 Utilization Plan (Preliminary)
14.SDVOB 7564-107 Utilization Plan (Preliminary)
15.MWBE SDVOB EEO Policy 7564-104
This is a prevailing wage project. NYS Department of labor has assigned PRC#2020006128 to this project.
Minimum Qualifications Required by Prime Contractor and Sub Contractor(s) (See section 7 of Notice to bidders which includes):
Stony Brook Medicine (SBM) is committed to follow the Hospital's leadership mandate to implements sustainable and/or energy conserving products / building materials that would be required to achieve a minimum of LEED Silver status. LEED certification may or may not be applied for but the required documentation should be appropriately available upon the request of SBM.
Therefore, procured products shall meet the established sustainable standards consistent to their restrictive industries such as Green Guard, FloorScore for flooring products, BIFMA for Business and Institutional furniture, CertiPUR-US for products containing foam material, etc. All vendor estimates, proposals, quotes must be accompanied with the appropriate reference to the respective certifying agency.
Pursuant to N.Y. State Finance Law §139-l, every bid made on or after January 1, 2019 to the State of any public department or agency thereof, where competitive bidding is required by statute, rule or regulation, for work or services performed or to be performed or goods sold or to be sold, and where otherwise required by such public department or agency, shall contain a certification that the bidder has and has implemented a written policy addressing sexual harassment prevention in the workplace and provides annual sexual harassment prevention training to all of its employees. Such policy shall, at a minimum, meet the requirements of N.Y. State Labor Law 201-g.
N.Y. State Labor Law §201-g provides requirements for such policy and training and directs the Department of Labor, in consultation with the Division of Human Rights, to create and publish a model sexual harassment prevention guidance document, sexual harassment prevent policy and sexual harassment training program that employers may utilize to meet the requirements of N.Y. State Labor Law §201-g. The model sexual harassment prevention policy, model sexual harassment training materials, and further guidance for employers, can be found online at the following URL: https://www.ny.gov/combating-sexual-harassment-workplace/employers .
Pursuant to N.Y. State Finance Law §139-l, any bid by a corporate bidder containing the certification required above shall be deemed to have been authorized by the board of directors of such bidder, and such authorization shall be deemed to include the signing and submission of such bid and the inclusion therein of such statement as the act and deed of the bidder. If the bidder cannot make the required certification, such bidder shall so state and shall furnish with the bid a signed statement that sets forth in detail the reasons that the bidder cannot make the certification. After review and consideration of such statement, SUNY may reject the bid or may decide that there are sufficient reasons to accept the bid without such certification.
The certification required above can be found on Exhibit’s E and H which bidder must submit with this bid
This procurement is subject to NYS Finance Law 139 j&k, AKA the Lobby Law and in accordance with NYS Lobbying Law 139 requirements, effective immediately this procurement is in a “Restricted Period”. This restricted period will be in effect until an award for this product and/or service has been fully executed. Vendors are cautioned that the only permissible contact for this procurement is Patricia Firman Hospital Purchasing Patricia.Firman@stonybrook.edu . Failure to comply with this requirement can range from no contract to debarment from sales to any NYS Agency.
Successful bidder will be required to complete and submit documents related to NYS Finance Law 139 j&k, and Public Officer Law.
Successful bidder shall be required to submit valid and current proof of NYS Workman’s Compensation and Disability Insurance forms. If you propose to submit a bid, it must be sent to the address noted and received by the date and time provided in this advertisement.
All bidders must demonstrate their ability to meet specified Service Disabled Veteran Owned and Minority/Women Owned Business Participation Goals as stated in this advertisement and submit preliminary MWBE and SDVOB Utilization Plans (forms 7557-107 and 7564-107) with their IFB response.
The University recommends that vendors file the required CCA-2 online via the VendRep. To enroll in and use the VendRep, see the VendRep Instructions at http://www.osc.state.ny.us/vendrep/vendor_index.htm or go directly to the VendRep online at https://portal.osc.s tate.ny.us. To request assistance, contact the Office of the State Comptroller’s (“OSC”) Help Desk at 866-370-4672 or 518- 408-4672 or by email at email@example.com
Due Date: 07/29/2020 11:00 AM
Contract Term: 3 Years
Ad Type: General
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