PHCD-Gas Line Systems

Agency: Miami-Dade County
State: Florida
Type of Government: State & Local
NAICS Category:
  • 237120 - Oil and Gas Pipeline and Related Structures Construction
  • 238220 - Plumbing, Heating, and Air-Conditioning Contractors
Posted Date: Jun 20, 2019
Due Date: Jul 16, 2019
Solicitation No: MCC 7360 PLAN RPQ 41785
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Title : PHCD-Gas Line Systems
Opening Date : 7/16/2019
Opening Time : 10:00 AM
Announcement Info : Scope of Work: (Contractor must obtain and submit all permits prior to performing any work.) The purpose of this solicitation is to establish a contract for the purchase of Gas Line Systems Inspection, Repair, Installation Services, and Parts for Miami-Dade Public Housing and Community Development in conjunction with the County's needs on an as needed. If the vendor is awarded a contract under this solicitation, the prices proposed by the vendor shall remain fixed for a period of three-hundred sixty five (365) days after the commencement of the contract. REQUEST FOR PRICE QUOTATION RPQ No. 41785 INVITATION TO BID UNDER MCC 7360 PLAN 1. INSPECTIONS This work shall include, but not be limited to the following: 1) (192.195) Protection against accidental over pressuring. 2) (192.465) Inspect for external corrosion to determine whether the system meets one or more of the criteria in Appendix A, Part 192 of the CFR. 3) (192.723) perform the necessary leak surveys as required. 4) (192-481) perform testing for atmospheric corrosion, cathodic protection and odorizing as directed by the County’s authorized representative. 5) Inspection of all existing gas appliances to verify safety and compliance with CFR. Perform drop test of existing gas lines, turn on gas and re-inspect equipment operation. 6) Inspection of locations and premises listed in Section 4, Group (1), will be conducted once per year, prior to December 31, in accordance with the regulations of the Public Safety Commission. 7) Inspections results must be submitted annually per site, the inspection results shall be submitted 48 hours after the inspection in accordance with State and Local regulations. 2.REPAIRS AND INSTALLATIONS A) Repairs/installations of gas water heaters, gas ranges and gas space heaters for Public Housing projects located in Miami Dade County. This work shall include, but not be limited, to the following: 1) Perform troubleshooting and analysis of existing gas appliances. 2) Replacing faulty gas controls, pilots and pilot lines, burners, connectors and valves. 3) Cleaning clogged pilot lines and burners. 4) Repair or replace gas vents. 5) Repair gas piping system leaks. 6) (192.739) install the necessary pressure gauges and valves to run a lock-up pressure test on the regulators as required. 7) Remove existing appliance replace with new appliance. 8) Reconnect to existing gas water and venting as required. 9) Installation of new upgraded valves and connections as necessary. 10) Installation shall meet with local jurisdiction building department codes and in accordance with the Florida Building code for Fuel gas 2010 edition and NFPA 54. B) The installation, repair of pipes, fixtures, fittings, appliances, or apparatus necessary for supplying gas for residential or commercial use from the point of delivery and all gas piping before connection to the combustion zone and including the applicable venting of flue gases to the outside atmosphere and the provisions of air for combustion and ventilation. Note any gas turn on MUST be performed by an approved and qualified gas contractor. Outside gas meters can only be turned back on by the gas company or a gas company qualified / approved contractor. This is a PSC and Federal DOT Requirement. All work shall be subject to the approval of the Florida Department of Agriculture, Bureau of LP Gas Inspections, and conform to the regulations for the transportation of natural and other gases by pipeline, Part 192, Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, revised as of August 24, 2018 (and the Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Operating and Maintenance Procedures Manual located at 701 N.W. 1 Court, 16th Floor Miami, FL 33136 (Public Housing Section); and the Florida Public Service Commission Office, 2540 Shumard Oak Blvd., Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0850. PUBLIC HOUSING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT LOCATIONS AS FOLLOWS: 1. Newberg Warehouse Site Contact: Belinda Adams Ph: 305-795-1515 7217 NE Miami Court, Miami, Florida 33138 2-Lemon City Site Contact: Florence St. Jour Ph: 305-758-4853 150 NE 69th Street Miami, Florida 33138 3- Ward Towers, Site Contact: Anaely Rodriguez Ph: 305-638-6892 2200 NW 54 Street Miami, Florida 33142 4-Little River Plaza Site Contact: Florence St. Jour Ph: 305-795-1543 8255 NW Miami Court Miami, Florida 33142 5-Peters Plaza Site Contact: Florence St. Jour Ph: 305-795-1543 191 NE 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida 33142 6-Annie Coleman Site Contact: Melissa Nichols Ph: 305-638-6256 5125 NW 22 Ave. Miami, Florida 33142 7-Palm Tower, Site Contact: Monica Perry Ph: 305-638-4252 950 NW 9 Ave. Miami, Florida 33150 8-Palm Court, Site Contact: Monica Perry Ph: 305-638-4252 930 NW 95 Street Miami, Florida 33150 9-Palmetto Gardens Site Contact: Monica Perry Ph: 305-620-7535 16850 NW 55th Ave. Miami, Florida 33055 10-Venetian Gardens Site Contact: Monica Perry Ph: 305-620-7535 16100 NW 37th Ave. Miami, Florida 33054 11-Model Cities Site Contact: Monica Perry Ph: 305-620-7535 522 NW 75th. Street Miami, Florida 33147 12-Culmer Place Site Contact: Frankie Jackson-Hardy Ph: 305-358-7414 610 NW 10th Street Miami, Florida 33136 13-Culmer Gardens Site Contact: Frankie Jackson-Hardy Ph: 305-358-7414 610 NW 10th Street Miami, Florida 33136 14-Parkside I Site Contact: Frankie Jackson-Hardy Ph: 305-358-7414 333 NW 4th Ave. Miami, Florida 33128 15-Parkside II Site Contact: Frankie Jackson-Hardy Ph: 305-358-7414 357 NW 3rd Street Miami, Florida 33128 16-Claude Pepper Tower Site Contact: Frankie Jackson-Hardy Ph: 305-358-7414 750 NW 18 Terrace Miami, Florida 33136 17-Joe Moretti Site Contact: Frankie Jackson-Hardy Ph: 305-358-7414 538 SW 5th. Street. Miami, Florida 33130 18-Phyllis Wheatly Site Contact: Frankie Jackson-Hardy Ph: 305-358-7414 1701 NW 2nd Court Miami, Florida 33136 19-Helen Sawyer Plaza, Site Contact: Martin Sandino Ph: 305-545-3410 1150 NW 11 St. Rd. Miami, Florida 33136 20-Robert King High, Site Contact: Aurea Velez Ph: 305-643-8568 1403/1407 NW 7 Street Miami, Florida 33125 21-Abe Arronovitz Site Contact: Bernadine Saintval Ph: 305-638-6088 2701 NW 18 Ave. Miami, Florida 33142 22-Perrine Gardens Site Contact: Georgina Baena Ph: 305-541-1220 10161 Circle Plaza. Miami, Florida 33157 23-Pine Island I Site Contact: Shantel Bien- Aime Ph: 305-257-0970 12700 SW 272th. Street Miami, Florida 33032 24-Pine Island II Site Contact: Shantel Bien- Aime Ph: 305-257-0970 12700 SW 272th. Street Miami, Florida 33032 25- Arthur May Site Contact: Shantel Bien- Aime Ph: 305-257-0970 11341 SW 216th. Street Miami, Florida 33170 26- Southridge I Site Contact: Shantel Bien- Aime Ph: 305-257-0970 11246 SW 191th Lane Miami, Florida 33157 27- Southridge II Site Contact: Shantel Bien- Aime Ph: 305-257-0970 11246 SW 191th Lane Miami, Florida 33157 Note: Vendor is responsible to attend to the Region North and South Walk-Thru Meetings to check Gas lines systems and specs at the Sites prior to Bid. See Bid form Appendix 5A at https://app.box.com/s/fup6qhfbtlgkj2gqs45vx79rqyh0ox1n RPQ.41785 Region North Walk-Thru Meeting Date: Wednesday July 3rd, 2019 Time: 10:00 AM Location: Annie Coleman -2101 NW 52th St. Miami, FL 33147. Contact Person: Danny Joseph Phone: 305-469-4309 Region South Walk-Thru Meeting Date: Wednesday July 3rd, 2019 Time: 11:15 AM Location: Robert King High Towers - 1403 NW 7 Street. Miami, FL 33126 Contact Person: Danny Joseph Phone: 305-469-4309 Prospective Contractors must submit the bid price on this Appendix 5A form as follows: 1. INSPECTIONS a. Inspection for Single Family Flat Rate $_________ Ea. b. Inspection for Studios Flat Rate $_________ Ea. c. Inspection for Duplex Flat Rate $_________ Ea. d. Inspection for Townhouse Flat Rate $_________ Ea. e. Inspection for Warehouse Flat Rate $_________ Ea. Item No.1. Total Inspections Gas Line Systems $_________ Note: For Inspections a flat rate is required for Inspection categorized by the size of the facility (i.e. Single Family Home, Apartment, Condominium, Duplex, Triplex, Warehouse, etc.) Total Inspections for Item No.1. = to the sum of Inspection for Single Family flat rate + Inspection for Studios flat rate + Inspection for Duplex flat rate + Inspection for Townhouse flat rate + Inspection for Warehouse flat rate. The mentioned rates consider all the PHCD above mentioned locations. 2. REPAIRS/INSTALLATIONS AND ADDITIONAL WORK NOT INCLUDED IN THE SCHEDULED INSPECTION Item No.2. a) Repairs/Installations for Journeyman Regular Hourly Rate:$_______ X 50 estimated hours = $_________ b) Repairs/Installations for Apprentice Regular Hourly Rate:$_________X 50 estimated hours = $_________ The hourly rate quoted shall be deemed to provide full compensation to the vendor for labor, equipment use, travel time, and any other element of cost or price for repairs and inspections on as needed basis. This rate is assumed to be at straight-time for all labor, except as otherwise noted. The vendor shall comply with minimum wage standards, and/or any other wage standards specifically set forth in this solicitation and resultant contract, and any other applicable laws of the State of Florida. The vendor will sign-in and out the Site Vendor’s Log in order to the Site Manager approves the time submitted in the invoice for each work. If overtime is allowable under this contract, it will be covered under separate item in accordance with the higher of both Prevailing and Davis Bacon rates pursuant to Section 2-11.16 of the Code of Miami Dade County. Item No.3. a) Repairs/Installations for Journeyman Emergency Hourly Rate:$_______ X 25 estimated hours = $_________ b) Repairs/Installations for Apprentice Emergency Hourly Rate:$_________X 25 estimated hours = $_________ The vendor shall provide 24 hours, 7 days a week emergency service to the PHCD under the contract. During regular working hours (Monday through Friday, 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.), emergency service response time (defined as the time from acknowledged notification to arrival on-site) shall be within two (2) hours after notification by PHCD. During other than regular working hours, the emergency response time, as defined above, shall be within four (4) hours after notification by PHCD. Base Bid __________= Item No.1. + Item No. 2 + Item No.3. Calculation of the Base Bid as follows: Base Bid = Item No.1. Total Inspection Gas line Systems + Item No. 2. Total Regular Hourly Rate for Repairs/Installations = (a-Repairs/Installations for Journeyman Regular Hourly Rate:$_______ X 50 estimated hours +b-Repairs/Installations for Apprentice Regular Hourly Rate:$________X 50 estimated hours) + Item No.3. Total Emergency Hourly Rate for Repairs/Installations (a-Repairs/Installations for Journeyman Emergency Hourly Rate:$_______ X 25 estimated hours +b-Repairs/Installations for Apprentice Emergency Hourly Rate:$________X 25 estimated hours). Parts and materials shall be at cost plus_________% markup. Evidence of actual cost shall be required and made available to PHCD by the successful bidder. Parts cannot exceed 15% Mark-up of the manufacture published catalog prices. PHCD must authorize purchase of any such items prior to the actual purchase by the successful bidder. The award will be made to the lowest responsive, responsible bidder who bids on all items 1 through 3 and whose bid offers the lowest price for items 1 through 3 are added in the aggregate. If bidder fails to bid on all items identify below, their bid will be declared non-responsive. PHCD reserves the right to award the project based on the written estimate or to reject all estimates based on price and obtain the required services from another source of supply. SERVICE REPORTS A detailed report of each repair service provided will be issued by the successful bidder to PHCD. This report will indicate the condition of the equipment and recommended minor/major repairs necessary during the term of the contract. It shall also itemize any replacement parts required for the repairs indicating unit prices. For repairs and additional work not included in the scheduled inspection the replacement of parts shall require approval of the PHCD representative prior to proceeding with the work. The vendor(s) shall be required to submit on each prospective repair project under this contract before a work order for that specific project is issued. The work order must reflect the regular hourly wages for each classification represented in this work order, and the percentage discounts or mark-ups for materials and equipment that were quoted by the vendor on its initial offer. PHCD, reserves the right to award the project based on the lowest written estimate, or to reject all quotes when such action is determined to be in the best interests of PHCD. CHECK LIST The successful bidder shall provide a checklist for the Inspections per each location. Payment for Inspection checks will require a copy of the checklist. REPAIR REQUIREMENTS For repairs and additional work not included in the scheduled inspection shall include but not limited to the following: before connection to the combustion zone and including the applicable venting of flue gases to the outside atmosphere and the provisions of air for combustion and ventilation. WELDING REPAIRS Any repairs that entail welding must be completed as required by a State Licensed Contractor for that purpose. Proof of License will be required prior to commencement of the work. All work shall be subject to the approval of the Florida Department of Agriculture, Bureau of LP Gas Inspections, and conform to the regulations for the transportation of natural and other gases by pipeline, Part 192, Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, revised as of August 24, 2018 (and the Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Operating and Maintenance Procedures Manual located at 701 N.W. 1 Court, 16th Floor Miami, FL 33136 (Public Housing Section); and the Florida Public Service Commission Office, 2540 Shumard Oak Blvd., Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0850. Contractor(s) shall also be able to obtain additional information at the following link: https://app.box.com/s/fup6qhfbtlgkj2gqs45vx79rqyh0ox1n RPQ.41785 Contractor’s inability to access this web site shall not be considered just cause for a bid protest. It is the responsibility of the contractor(s) to advise PHCD in writing, a minimum of fourteen (14) calendar days before the bid opening, of any difficulty in accessing above link and obtaining printed bid documents from PHCD. COMMENTS: In accordance with Miami-Dade County Implementing Order 3-9, Accounts Receivable Adjustments, if money is owed by the Contractor to the County, whether under this Contract or for any other purpose, the County reserves the right to retain such amount from payment due by County to the Contractor under this Contract. Such retained amount shall be applied to the amount owed by the Contractor to the County. The Contractor shall have no further claim to such retained amounts which shall be deemed full accord and satisfaction of the amount due by the County to the Contractor for the applicable payment due herein. SEALED BIDS for the project designated below will be received for and on behalf of MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, BY PUBLIC HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DIVISION, 701 NW 1ST COURT, 16TH FLOOR, FRONT DESK, MIAMI, FLORIDA, 33136 UNTIL 10:00 A.M. Local time, Tuesday July 16, 2019 where they will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bids/Proposals received after the first Bid/Proposal envelope or container has been opened will not be opened or considered. The responsibility for submitting a Bid (Proposal response to RPQ) to the Public Housing and Community Development on or before the stated time and date is solely and strictly the responsibility of the bidder. Public Housing and Community Development is not responsible for delays caused by any mail, package or courier service, including the U.S. Mail, or caused by any other occurrence. Obtain Additional information from PHCD at the following link: https://app.box.com/s/fup6qhfbtlgkj2gqs45vx79rqyh0ox1n RPQ.41785 No. 5A.doc=RPQ Bid Form-Attachment 5A- RPQ. 41785 Inspection, Repair, Installation of Gas Line Systems. Certificate of Competency, e-CFR Code of Federal Regulations- Title 49-Part 192, HUD Forms 5369 B, 5369 C, and 5370C., Davis Bacon wage rates, Miami Dade County Bid Affidavits 00999-4A and 00999-4B, and Collusion Affidavit. Contractor’s inability to access this web site shall not be considered just cause for a bid protest. It is the responsibility of the contractor(s) to advise PHCD in writing, a minimum of fourteen (14) calendar days before the bid opening, of any difficulty in accessing above link and obtaining printed bid documents from PHCD A pre-bid meeting will be held on Wednesday July 3rd., 2019 at 701 NW 1ST COURT, 16th FLOOR Conference room B at 9:00 AM. Vendor is responsible to attend to the Region North and Region South Walk-Thru Meetings to check Gas lines specs at the Sites prior to Bid. See Bid form Appendix 5A at https://app.box.com/s/fup6qhfbtlgkj2gqs45vx79rqyh0ox1n RPQ.41785. Region North Walk-Thru Meeting Date: Wednesday July 3rd, 2019 Time: 10:00 AM Location: Annie Coleman -2101 NW 52th St. Miami, FL 33147. Contact Person: Danny Joseph Phone: 305-469-4309 Region South Walk-Thru Meeting Date: Wednesday July 3rd, 2019 Time: 11:15 AM Location: Robert King High Towers - 1403 NW 7 Street. Miami, FL 33126 Contact Person: Danny Joseph Phone: 305-469-4309 The County reserves the right to waive any informalities or irregularities in any bid, or to reject any or all bids. Bids from any person, firm, or corporation ever in default upon any agreement with the County will be rejected. Miami-Dade County's "Cone of Silence", Ordinance 98-106 (Section 2-11.1(t) of the Code) approved by the Board of County Commissioners as of July 21, 1998, and amended Jan. 29, 2002, is adopted herein. This ordinance specifically prohibits communication in regard to this bid solicitation with County staff except by written means with copy filed with the Clerk of the Board. Certain exceptions are made such as oral communications during pre-bid conferences and communications with those persons defined in the ordinance regarding matters of process or procedure already contained in the solicitation document. PHCD staff and bidders may communicate orally while a bid is in progress and prior to award of bid to clarify Section 3 definitions, requirements and business preference procedures, pursuant the Miami-Dade Commission on Ethics ruling on March 10, 2004. Under MCC 7360 PLAN, the “Cone of Silence” takes effect upon advertisement for bids and terminates when recommendation for Award is made by Public Housing and Community Development. The ordinance is attached in Section 00999-3. Any contractor not registered in the Internal Service Department (ISD) Miscellaneous Construction Contract (MCC) Program list, but interested in bidding and being awarded work for PHCD, must be registered and approved by the Internal Services Department (ISD), in order to be able to receive an award. To register contractors must contact ISD, Vendor Services Section - MCC 7040/7360, 111 N.W. 1st Street, 13th Floor, Miami Florida 33128, (305) 375-5289. Notwithstanding the above, it is highly recommended that the Contractor be registered before the date of the bid opening. No financing agreements will be allowed for projects which require a Performance & Payment Bond. Bid Guarantee shall accompany each bid in the amount of 5% of Base Bid, in accordance with Instructions to Bidders. The bid guarantee may be a certified check, bank draft, U.S. Government Bonds at par value, or a bid bond secured by a surety company acceptable to U.S. Government and authorized to do business in the state where the work is to be performed. Performance and Payment Bond: A 100% Performance and Payment Bond is required if: the total Bid, including contingency (10% of Base Bid) and PHCD allowances (if applicable) exceeds $100,000.00. Provider shall indemnify and hold harmless the County and its officers, employees, agents and instrumentalities from any and all liability, losses or damages, including attorneys’ fees and costs of defense, which the County or its officers, employees, agents or instrumentalities may incur as a result of claims, demands, suits, causes of actions or proceedings of any kind or nature arising out of, relating to or resulting from the performance of this Agreement by the Provider or its employees, agents, servants, partners principals or subcontractors. Provider shall pay all claims and losses in connection therewith and shall investigate and defend all claims, suits or actions of any kind or nature in the name of the County, where applicable, including appellate proceedings, and shall pay all costs, judgments, and attorney’s fees which may issue thereon. Provider expressly understands and agrees that any insurance protection required by this Agreement or otherwise provided by Provider shall in no way limit the responsibility to indemnify, keep and save harmless and defend the County or its officers, employees, agents and instrumentalities as herein provided. MIAMI-DADE PUBLIC HOUSING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SECTION 3 REQUIREMENTS This contract is a Section 3 covered activity for Miami-Dade Public Housing Community Development Agency (MDPHCD). Section 3 requires that job training, employment and contracting opportunities to the greatest extent feasible and consistent with existing Federal and State laws be directed toward low and very-low income persons and to businesses that provide economic opportunities to those persons. Bidder(s) are required to execute and submit Document 00400, “Section 3 Economic Opportunity and Affirmative Marketing Plan (Plan)”, with the bidder’s certification that he or she will take all necessary affirmative marketing steps required, in connection with each MDPHCD project award, to (a) meet Section 3 training and employment goals, where feasible, when filling vacant or new positions resulting from MDPHCD awards, and also seek to recruit qualified minorities and women to fill vacant or new positions resulting from MDPHCD awards, and (b) meet Section 3 subcontracting goals and ensure small, minority and women subcontractors and used (where subcontracting is permitted). Questions regarding “Section 3 Business” contract requirements may be faxed to Jorge Rendon, Section 3 Coordinator at Phone: (786) 469-2155 PHCD Procurement Contact: Norma Fernandez Phone: 786-469-4170 Fax: 786-469-4151 Bid Forms are available at the following link: https://app.box.com/s/fup6qhfbtlgkj2gqs45vx79rqyh0ox1n RPQ.41785 Note: A flat rate is required for Inspection categorized by the size of the facility (i.e. Single Family Home, Apartment, Condominium, Duplex, Triplex, Warehouse, etc.) Regular and Emergency Repair Hourly rate for Journeyman and Apprentice, and Installation Hourly rate for Journeyman and Apprentice. Last day and time to submit any questions for the above mentioned project will be Friday July 12, 2019 at noon.
Technical Certification : PLUMBER, MASTER
Code Description
96471 PLUMBERS

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