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Advertisement date March 23rd, 2018 @ 3:50 p.m. through bid opening date

ALL POTENTIAL DVBE SUBCONTRACTORS
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     THOMPSON BUILDERS CORPORATION is requesting bids from DVBE subcontractors, suppliers & truckers for the following project:   

Claire Lilienthal (Scott Campus) 3-8 School - New Classroom
& Gymnasium Building And 2018 Interim Housing
Relocatables Project
San Francisco, CA
Owner: San Francisco Unified School District
Bid Date:   4/9/2018 @ 2:00 PM        Estimate:  $12,500,000       DVBE Goal:  3%  

SCOPE: Demolition and removal of the existing 8 relocatable classroom buildings and construction of a new 22,000 SF permanent 2-story classroom and gymnasium building. The project includes, but not necessarily limited to, site demolition with some hazardous materials abatement, new underground utilities and electrical service, fire alarm and fire protection
systems, security systems, accessible toilets, elevator, ADA upgrades including accessible parking stalls and gates, and site improvements such as concrete stepped walls, seats, stairs, and accessible ramps and landscape features such as bio-retention areas, planters, and fencing.Installation of 5 relocatable classroom buildings as interim housing which includes accessiblemetal ramps and transition landings, electrical services, fire alarm and data systems, security systems, improvements to ADA path of travel, fencing, accessible gates.      

      Seeking DVBE subcontractors/suppliers/truckers.  TRADES NEEDED (but not limited to):
Seeking DVBE subcontractors/suppliers/truckers. Trades Needed (but not limited to):
Division 2 Existing Conditions (Subsurface Investigation; Site Demolition; Demolition)
Division 3 Concrete (Concrete Forming; Concrete Reinforcing; Cast-In-Place Concrete)
Division 5 Metals (Structural Steel Framing; Steel Decking; Cold-Formed Metal Framing; Metal
Fabrications; Metal Stairs)
Division 6 Wood, Plastics and Composites (Architectural Wood Casework; Plastic Paneling)
Division 7 Thermal and Moisture Protection (Self-Adhering Sheet Waterproofing; Thermal Insulation;
Weather Barriers; Vapor Emission Control System; Fabricated Faced Panel Assemblies; Fiber
Cement Siding; Thermoplastic-Polyolefin Roofing; Sheet Metal Flashing and Trim; Roof Hatches; Firestopping; Joint Sealants)
Division 8 Openings (Hollow Metal Doors and Frames; Wood Doors; Plastic Doors; Access Doors
and Panels; Overhead Coiling Doors; Overhead Folding Doors; Aluminum-Framed Entrances and
Storefronts; Glazed Aluminum Curtain Walls; Translucent Fiberglass Sandwich Panel Wall System;
Aluminum Windows; Tubular Skylights; Door Hardware; Automatic Door Operators; Glass Glazing;
View Control Decorative Glazing Film; Fire Rated Glazing; Field Testing of Glazed Wall Systems;
Fixed Louvers; Acoustical Louvers)
Division 9 Finishes (Gypsum Board Shaft Wall Assemblies; Non-Structural Metal Framing; Metal
Suspension Systems; Portland Cement Plastering; Gypsum Board; Tiling; Acoustical Panel Ceilings;
Linear Metal Ceiling System; Wood Athletic Flooring; Resilient Flooring; Resinous Flooring; Sanitary
Wall and Ceiling Finishes; Fabric Wrapped Panels; Acoustic Insulation; Fixed Sound-Absorptive
Panels; Painting)
Division 10 Specialties (Visual Display Surfaces; Signage; Composite Toilet Compartments; Toilet
Accessories; Fire Protection Specialties; Lockers; Miscellaneous Specialties)
Division 11 Equipment (Manual Projection Screens; Athletic Equipment)
Division 12 Furnishings (Horizontal Louver Blinds; Roller Window Shades)
Division 13 Special Construction (Fabricated Sound and Vibration Assemblies)
Division 14 Conveying Systems (Hydraulic Elevators)
Division 21 Fire Protection (Basic Fire Sprinkler Materials and Methods; Fire Sprinkler System)
Division 22 Plumbing (Basic Plumbing Materials and Methods; Commissioning of Plumbing;
Plumbing Piping Systems; Plumbing Fixtures; Plumbing Equipment)
Division 23 Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (Basic HVAC Materials and Methods; Testing,
Adjusting and Balancing for HVAC; Commissioning of HVAC; Heating, Ventilating and Air
Conditioning)
Division 25 Integrated Automation (Automation Facility Controls)
Division 26 Electrical (Basic Electrical Materials and Methods; Conductors and Cables; Raceways
and Boxes; Grounding and Bonding; Seismic Controls for Electrical Work; Commissioning of
Electrical; Lighting Control Devices; Switchboards; Panelboards and Branch Circuits; Wiring
Devices; Enclosed Switches and Circuit Breakers; Interior Lighting; Exterior Lighting)
Division 27 Communications (Clock and Speaker System; Data and Telephone Cabling)
Division 28 Electronic Safety and Security (Intrustion Alarm and Card Access System; Fire Alarm
System)
Division 31 Earthwork (Clearing and Grubbing; Selective Tree Removal and Trimming; Earth
Stripping and Stockpiling; Excavation and Fill; Trenching and Backfilling; Vegetation Control; Drilled
concrete Piles and Shafts)
Division 32 Exterior Improvements (Cement and Concrete for Exterior Improvements; Base Courses;
Flexible Paving; Concrete Curbs and Gutters; Pavement Markings; Tactile Warning Surfacing; Chain
Link Fences and Gates; Decorative Metal Fences; Swinging Decorative Metal Gates; Planting
Irrigation; Landscape Planting)
Division 33 Utilities (Manhole Grade Adjustment; Utility Structures; Water Utilities; Sanitary
Sewerage Utilities; Storm Drainage Utilities; Subdrainage; Bioretention Area and Porous Asphalt
Drainage)

Please submit bids to us by noon on bid day.

*No contractor or subcontractor may be listed on a bid proposal for a public works project (submitted on or after March 1, 2015) unless registered with the Department of Industrial Relations pursuant to Labor Code section 1725.5 [with limited exceptions from this requirement for bid purposes only under Labor Code section 1771.1(a)] *No contractor or subcontractor may be awarded a contract for public work on a public works project (awarded on or after April 1, 2015) unless registered with the Department of Industrial Relations pursuant to Labor Code section 1725.5. *This project is subject to compliance monitoring and enforcement by the Department of Industrial Relations.

We are signatory to both the Carpenters Collective Bargaining Agreement and the Laborers Collective Bargaining Agreement.  Certification of insurance for General Liability and Workers’ Compensation are required.  A Waiver of Subrogation will also be required with all Subcontract Agreements. Subcontractors’ faithful performance and payment bonds in the amount of the subcontract price will be required.  Reasonable market rate bond premium will be reimbursed by Thompson Builders Corporation.

TBC is willing to discuss breaking down bid items into economically feasible units for minority participation. Our estimating department is available for assistance with bonding, lines of credit, insurance, equipment, supplies and/or materials. The Small Business Administration (www.sba.gov ), the California Dept. of General Services (www.dgs.ca.gov) and U.S. Dept. of Transportation Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (www.osdbu.dot.gov ) may also be able to offer financial assistance and/or information regarding insurance and bonding. Plans and specs may be viewed at various local Builder’s Exchanges, in our office at 250 Bel Marin Keys Blvd., Bldg. A, Novato, Monday  through  Friday  from 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM. Or may be downloaded from the link:

https://tpcorp.box.com/s/vtdu53ajrfbavwkunegpqflsqz49rhyv

Thompson Builders Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Contact:  Dalia Nieto  (415) 456-8972        FAX: (415) 459-0665

EMAIL:  dalian@tbcorp.com

 

 

Published on March 23rd, 2018 @ 3:50 p.m. by Contractor’s Estimate, Inc.
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This advertisement will run through the bid date

 
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