Proposal for Navajo Regional Behavioral Health Center Gates and Fence Project

Agency: Navajo Nation
State: Arizona
Type of Government: State & Local
NAICS Category:
  • 238990 - All Other Specialty Trade Contractors
Posted Date: Dec 9, 2019
Due Date: Jan 10, 2020
Solicitation No: BID No. 19-12-2211LE
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Proposal for Navajo Regional Behavioral Health Center Gates and Fence Project
Navajo Nation Division of Behavioral and Mental Health Services
BID No. 19-12-2211LE

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
Bid Number: 19-12-2211LE
Date: December 06, 2019
Project Title: Navajo Nation Division of Behavioral and Mental Health Services Navajo Regional
Behavioral Health Center (NRBHC) Gates and Fence Project Shiprock, New Mexico
Project Schedule:
Advertisement of RFP
12/09/2019 12/14/2019
On Site Pre-Bid Meeting
12/20/19 @ 10 am
Location: Navajo Regional Behavioral Health Center, Shiprock, NM
For directions please call (505) 368-1438
Requests for Information Due Date 12/27/2019 @ 5:00 pm MST
Bid Due Date
01/10/2020 @ 5:00 pm MST
Proposal:
All interested parties are invited to review and respond to this Request for Proposal at their discretion.
All questions pertaining to the contents of this RFP as a respondent can contact via email Michael
Salabiye, Planner DBMHS at michael.salabiye@nndoh.org. For onsite information, contact Melvin Joe,
Facility Manager at (505) 368-1593 or melvin.joe@nndoh.org
All parties responding to this bid are instructed to submit or send four (4) proposals (1 original and 3
copy) to the following address:
The Navajo Nation
Division of Finance Purchasing
Attention: Lorita Etsitty, Buyer
Administration Building #1
Window Rock Blvd
Window Rock, Arizona
All responses to this bid shall be sent in a sealed envelope, including a return address, and clearly
marked on the outside of the envelope; the following:
BID #19-12-2211LE RE-BID NNDBMHS
NRBHC
GATES AND FENCE PROJECT
DO NOT OPEN-BID PROPOSAL
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GENERAL INFORMATION AND GUIDELINES FOR THIS RFP
I.
DESCRIPTION OF THE ORGANIZATION
The Navajo Nation Division of Behavioral and Mental Health Services (DBMHS) is a federally
funded program operating outpatient and inpatient counseling services throughout the
Navajo Nation.
II. SCOPE OF THE CONTRACT
The Navajo Nation intends to enter into a professional services contract with one (1)
responsible, qualified, and independent Contractor to complete all work as described in the
attached scope of work.
III. RESPONDENT REQUIREMENTS
All respondents must have the capabilities listed herein, including sufficient detailed
information with regard to experience and expertise in meeting the following requirements:
1. A legitimate and credible vendor with a minimum of five (5) years’ experience and
history with providing the described services.
2. The Navajo Business Opportunity Act 5 NNC § 201, 205 will apply.
3. Federal requirements, if applicable (i.e. Davis Bacon wage rates).
4. All workmanship and materials shall comply with applicable Safety Codes.
5. As built drawings of all completed work.
IV. SCOPE OF WORK (See Attached)
V. REQUIREMENTS
The respondent will furnish all requested information as specified in the RFP.
VI. PROPOSAL CONTENT AND REQUIRED INFORMATION
Please utilize the outline described below with four (4) copies.
1. Organizational letter expressing your interest and a brief description of your proposed
services. Do not reveal or make reference to the cost in this letter.
2. Organization qualifications and project experience. Include references.
3. Scope of Work
4. Product Specifications including cut sheets.
5. Design (detailed plan depicting layout).
6. Schedule
7. Copies of licenses, certifications, insurance certificates, and other relevant documents.
8. Sub-contractor Information, if applicable
a. Subcontractor work should not exceed certain percentage of entire project
9. Costs to be submitted in a separate sealed envelope. (Detailed breakdown of costs:
Material, Labor, and other applicable costs; State Tax and 6% Navajo Nation Sales Tax.
10. Compliance: Any proposal that does not adhere to this format and does not address
each specification, requirement, or scope of work as outlined, may be deemed non-
responsive and rejected on that basis.
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VII. EVALUATION PROCESS (pre-qualifying process)
1. Evaluation Criteria
a. Qualifications, credentials, and minimum five (5) yearswork experience. This
includes the capabilities to provide all requested services. (20 points)
b. Quality of products, ability to install, and warranty services. (30 points)
c. Project Schedule. (20 points)
d. Navajo Preference. (5 points)
e. Cost (separate sealed envelope). (25 points)
2. Applicable Federal Requirements (25 CFR 900, OMB Circulars A-87, GSA qualified
vendor, Davis Bacon wage rates, etc.).
3. The Navajo Nation Division of Behavioral and Mental Health Services reserve the right to
interview respondents if deemed necessary due to tied scores or other legitimate
matters.
a. This may entail a presentation from the respondent for clarification and/or
details on products or other requirements. The presentation will be scheduled
to be presented in Chinle, AZ (if necessary). It is DBMHS’s intention to award
one (1) vendor to provide all services as specified.
VIII. TYPE OF CONTRACT
The Navajo Nation will utilize a standard Professional Services Contract for the procurement
of goods and services for this project.
IX. PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE
The period of performance will be determined and negotiated based on the schedule
proposed by the respondent and the contract implementation date.
X. TECHNICAL DIRECTION
The Navajo Nation DBMHS point of contact Michael Salabiye, Planner for inquiries related to
the project and other matters. Questions and responses will be shared with all respondents.
Mr. Salabiye’s email address is michael.salabiye@nndoh.org
XI. PAYMENT AND SUBMISSION OF INVOICES
The Navajo Nation Professional Services Contract will describe this section.
XII. RIGHTS
The Navajo Nation reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, in whole or in part
based on the requirements set forth in this RFP.
XIII. AGREEMENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS
The Navajo Nation is not bound to enter a contract under the RFP and may issue a
subsequent RFP for the same services, and
The Navajo Nation is a sovereign government and all contracts entered into as a result for
the RFP shall comply with the Navajo Nation law, rules and regulations, including the Navajo
Preference in Employment Act, and applicable federal law, rules, and regulations. This
procurement and any RFP with respondents that may result shall be governed by the laws of
the Navajo Nation and applicable federal law. Nothing herein shall be constructed as a
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waiver of the Navajo Nation’s sovereign immunity. In addition, the Navajo Nation Business
Opportunity Act will apply to the RFP.
The Navajo Nation Professional Services Contract will provide all other legal and contractual
obligations, terms, and requirements of this project.
XIV. OTHER
SCOPE OF WORK
Navajo Nation Division of Behavioral and Mental Health Services
Navajo Regional Behavioral Health Center Gates and Fence Project
19-12-2211LE
The Division of Behavioral and Mental Health Services (DBMHS), Navajo Regional Behavioral Health
Center is in need of fully enclosing the property compound located in Shiprock (San Juan County) New
Mexico.
All gate and fencing material are to be wrought iron fencing, 4” on center, 6’ high with the top curved
outward with pointed tips. Standard spacing at 10’ OC with concrete base and a minimum of 3” square
tubing posts.
1. Install an approximate 23-0” motorized cantilever gate at the southeast entrance off of the
access street. The proposed fence path includes a 21’ (wide) road with curbs.
Install one (1) pedestal type stand for a keypad (code) gate opener on the driver side of the
fence/ gate accessible by a driver from their vehicle. Intercom and remote opener from the
inside of the building are to be included.
2. Install a second 22’ motorized cantilever gate at the southeast entrance off of the access
street. The proposed fence path includes a 20(wide) road with curbs.
Install one (1) pedestal type stand for a keypad (code) gate opener on the driver side of the
fence/ gate accessible by a driver from their vehicle.
3. Install a 4’-0” (w) x 6’-0” (h) walk in gate adjacent to the west end of the gates, at the sidewalk
and tie into additional new fencing.
4. Install approximately 33’ of wrought iron fence at the east side of the entrance gate.
5. Install necessary electrical source for motorized mechanism for gates. Options may include
nearby signage fixtures.
6. Install approximately 40’ of wrought iron fence at the center of the entrance and exit gates.
7. Install approximately 26’ of wrought iron fence at the west side of the exit gate.
8. Install approximately 18’ of wrought iron fence at the west side of the walk in gate to tie into
the corner of the building.
9. All material are to be commercial grade.
10. Warranty information for materials and workmanship to be provided. Warranty should include
cost of repairs, including but not limited to vandalism, damage, mechanism, structural damage.
Cost estimation is expected.
11. Maintenance and upkeep information to be provided to staff.
12. Contractor is responsible for field verification of measurements.
End Scope of Work
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