Invitation to Bid: 2021 Small Diameter Sewer Rehabilitation Contract No. 3 PWSA Project No. 2020-424-106- 2 – Pittsburgh
INVITATION TO BID
Project: 2021 Small Diameter Sewer Rehabilitation Contract No. 3 PWSA Project No. 2020-424-106- 2 – Pittsburgh, PA
Bid Date: June 16th, 2021
IPR Northeast, LLC is requesting bids from certified minority firms on the above referenced project.
We are soliciting subcontractor bids for this project from firms who have the capability to perform the following work and/or supply the following materials. To make bidding this project as economically feasible as possible, we have broken down the scopes as listed below.
· Pre CCTV & Cleaning Sanitary Sewer for CIPP
- 8”- 18433 LF
- 9”- 1505 LF
- 10”- 913 LF
- 12”- 1104 LF
- 15”- 41 LF
- Heavy Cleaning
- Root and Deposit Removal
- Protruding Tap Removal
- Additional Pre CCTV Inspection
- House Lateral Lining- 6 EA
- Turnkey Bypass Operation
Open Cut Repairs
- Sewer Main Replacement
- 8”- 230 LF
- 10” – 72 LF
- 12” – 20 LF
- 15” – 20 LF
- 30”- 16 LF
- Obstruction Removal
- Handing Digging/Tunneling
- Exploratory Excavation
- Trench Excavation and Backfill
- Pre Cast Manhole Install – 8 ea
- Flexible Bulkheads
- Replace Frame and Cover/Raise MH’s to Grade
- Pre Cast Catch Basing Install
- Wye Installation
- Service Lateral Installation
- Cold Patch
- Milling Course
- Wearing Course
- Binder Course
- Street Repaving
- Reinforced Concrete for Driveways and Streets
- Concrete Sidewalks and ADA Ramps
- Concrete Curb Replacement
- Concrete Cap and Bond Breaker
- Concrete Paving Base
Trucking and Backfill Supply
- Flowable Fill
- Crushed Stone for Paving Sub Base
- Aggregate Trench Backfill
- Earthen Backfill
- Uniformed Peace Officer
- Landscape Restoration
- Tree Removal
- Stump Removal
- Clearing and Grubbing
- Field Survey
- Master Plumber (Hourly)
- Journeyman Plumber (Hourly)
- Silt Fence (For CIPP Lining Work)
- Erosion Control Material Supply (For CIPP Lining Work)
- Porta Potty Rental
If you are able to quote other portions of this project, please do so. Please include the duration of the work you are submitting a quote for. If you are not including traffic control in your quote, please identify any traffic control needs you may have.
Bid Documents, addenda, and plans may be reviewed at the following link: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/o49pwintq5mffym/AABSYVzMBsFJxPO2aq-L5XwLa?dl=0
Please contact me at 404-927-4603 if you have any questions about the bid or issues accessing the link.
All bids must be received in our office by: June 14, 2021
Please forward quotes to: [email protected] and [email protected]
IPR Northeast, LLC (IPR) is willing to review any responsible quote and will negotiate terms, if appropriate. We will notify your company if your bid is accepted for this project. We require that all subcontractors be able to adhere to and acquire insurance and obtain bonding per the Owner’s contract specifications. If you need assistance with obtaining bonding, loan capital, lines of credit, insurance or joint pay agreements,
contact us and we will review your needs and direct you to available agencies for assistance, if appropriate. The Company policy does not allow for providing lines of credit to subcontractors. At IPR, we make it a priority to have our subcontractors paid in a timely manner. We are able to review a subcontractor agreement with you if you require more information. We encourage you to bid as a consortium on the project, if it is too large for you to bid on individually. IPR is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Under such circumstances where Your Company is intending to use subcontractors, must ensure the following steps are taken:
Step 1: Ensure DBEs are made aware of contracting opportunities to the fullest extent practicable through outreach and recruitment activities by placing qualified DBEs on solicitation lists whenever they are potential sources.
Step 2: Establishing delivery schedules, where the requirement permits to encourage participation by DBEs. The prime contractor should allow a 30-day minimum advertising period for bidding.
Step 3: Dividing total requirements, when economically feasible, into small tasks or quantities, to permit maximum participation of DBEs.
Step 4: Encourage contracting with a consortium of DBEs, when a contract is too large for one of these firms to handle individually.
Step 5: Using the services and assistance of the United States Small Business Administration (SBA) and the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA), US Department of Commerce, and any local agencies available.
Thank you for your consideration. Please feel free to call us if you have questions or concerns.
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