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Advertisement date September 20th, 2022 @ 3:45 p.m. through bid opening date

Papich Construction Company an Equal Opportunity Employer is requesting sub-bids from all qualified subcontractors and suppliers including certified DBE firms performing a commercially useful function for referenced project:

Agency: Caltrans Contract No. 05-1H4304
Construction on State Highway in Santa Barbara County In Goleta From Route 101/217 Separation To 0.3 Mile North Of San Jose Creek Bridge
General Work Description: Replace structural concrete bridges.
Plans & Specs: http://ppmoe.dot.ca.gov/des/oe/weekly-ads/all-adv-projects.php
Estimate: $19,200,000
DBE Goal: 23%

Bids open Thursday, November 10, 2022, at 2:00 PM

Michele Marquez | Estimating Support Manager

Email: estimating@papichconstruction.com

Quotes for Services and Supplies requested for the following items for bid including, but not limited to:Lead Compliance Plan, Time-Related Overhead (Wday), Dispute Resolution Board On-Site Meeting, Hourly Off-Site Dispute-Resolution- Board-Related Tasks, Construction Area Signs, Traffic Control System, Traffic Control Supervisor, Temporary Pavement Marking (Paint), Temporary Traffic Stripe (Paint), Channelizer (Surface Mounted), Portable Radar Speed Feedback Sign System Day, Temporary Pavement Marker, Portable Changeable Message Sign (Ls), Temporary Railing (Type K), Alternative Temporary Crash Cushion, Job Site Management, Prepare Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan, Rain Event Action Plan, Storm Water Sampling And Analysis Day, Storm Water Annual Report, Move-In/Move-Out (Temporary Erosion Control), Temporary Hydraulic Mulch (Bonded Fiber Matrix), Temporary Check Dam, Temporary Drainage Inlet Protection, Temporary Fiber Roll, Temporary Gravel Bag Berm, Temporary Large Sediment Barrier, Temporary Construction Entrance, Street Sweeping, Temporary Concrete Washout, Water Quality Sampling And Analysis Day, Water Quality Monitoring Report, Temporary Creek Diversion Systems, Treated Wood Waste, Bird And Bat Exclusion Devices, Temporary High-Visibility Fence, Clearing And Grubbing (Ls), Roadway Excavation, Roadway Excavation (Type Com) (Aerially Deposited Lead), (F) - Structure Excavation (Bridge), (F) - Structure Backfill (Bridge), Imported Borrow (Cy), Roadside Clearing, Cultivation, Soil Amendment, Packet Fertilizer, Slow-Release Fertilizer, Plant (Group H), Plant (Group A), Plant (Group B), Plant Establishment Work, Gravel Mulch, Wood Mulch, Foliage Protector, Root Protector, Check And Test Existing Irrigation Facilities, Remove Irrigation Facility, Control And Neutral Conductors, 1 1/2" Remote Control Valve, 1 1/2" Filter Assembly Unit & Pressure Regulator, 1 1/2" Wye Strainer Assembly, 2" Wye Strainer Assembly, (F) - 2" Galvanized Steel Pipe (Supply Line), (F) - 5/8" Drip Irrigation Tubing, Riser Sprinkler Assembly, (F) - 1" Plastic Pipe (Schedule 40) (Supply Line), (F) - 1 1/2" Plastic Pipe (Schedule 40) (Supply Line), (F) - 2" Plastic Pipe (Schedule 40) (Supply Line), (F) - 2" Plastic Pipe (Class 315) (Supply Line), Ball Valve, Move-In/Move-Out (Erosion Control), Imported Topsoil (Cy), Duff (Sqft), Compost Sock, Hydroseed, Compost (Cy), Incorporate Materials, Class 2 Aggregate Base (Cy), Hot Mix Asphalt (Type A), Rubberized Hot Mix Asphalt (Gap Graded), Geosynthetic Pavement Interlayer (Paving Fabric), Data Core, Place Hot Mix Asphalt Dike (Type C), Place Hot Mix Asphalt Dike (Type E), Place Hot Mix Asphalt Dike (Type F), Place Hot Mix Asphalt (Miscellaneous Area), Tack Coat, Remove Asphalt Concrete Dike, Cold Plane Asphalt Concrete Pavement, Remove Base And Surfacing, 24" Cast-In-Drilled-Hole Concrete Piling, Prestressing (Transverse Tie Rod), (F) - Structural Concrete, Bridge Footing, (F) - Structural Concrete, Bridge, (F) - Structural Concrete, Bridge (Polymer Fiber), (F) - Structural Concrete, Retaining Wall, (F) - Structural Concrete, Barrier Slab, (F) - Structural Concrete, Approach Slab (Type N), (F) - Structural Concrete, Headwall, (F) - Structural Concrete, Drainage Inlet, (F) - Minor Concrete (Minor Structure), (F) - Minor Concrete (Backfill), Furnish Precast Prestressed Concrete Box Girder (100'-110'), Erect Precast Prestressed Concrete Box Girder, Joint Seal (Mr 1/2"), (F) - Bar Reinforcing Steel (Bridge), (F) - Bar Reinforcing Steel (Retaining Wall), (F) - Bar Reinforcing Steel (Galvanized), Remove Retaining Wall (Portion) (Cy), Core Concrete (3"), Bridge Removal, Location A, Bridge Removal, Location B, 30" Reinforced Concrete Pipe, 18" Corrugated Steel Pipe (.079" Thick), 4" Welded Steel Pipe (.105" Thick), Remove Culvert (Lf), Remove Downdrain (Ea), Remove Inlet, Remove Concrete (Channel), Rock Slope Protection (1/2 T, Class Vii, Method A) (Cy), 12" Gravel Filter, Filter Fabric, (F) - Miscellaneous Iron And Steel, Destroy Well, Prepare And Stain Concrete, Remove Pavement Marker, Pavement Marker (Retroreflective), Barrier Marker (Cemented To Barrier), Remove Roadside Sign, Furnish Single Sheet Aluminum Sign (0.063"-Unframed), Furnish Single Sheet Aluminum Sign (0.080"-Unframed), Roadside Sign - One Post, Midwest Guardrail System (Steel Post), Vegetation Control (Crushed Shale), Transition Railing (Type Wb-31), Alternative In-Line Terminal System, Concrete Barrier (Type 60M), (F) - Concrete Barrier (Type 85), (F) - Concrete Barrier (Type 85 Modified), (F) - Concrete Barrier Transition, Remove Guardrail, Remove Concrete Barrier, Thermoplastic Pavement Marking (Enhanced Wet Night Visibility), 6" Thermoplastic Traffic Stripe (Enhanced Wet Night Visibility) (Broken 17-7), 6" Thermoplastic Traffic Stripe (Enhanced Wet Night Visibility) (Broken 36-12), 6" Thermoplastic Traffic Stripe (Enhanced Wet Night Visibility), 12" Thermoplastic Traffic Stripe (Enhanced Wet Night Visibility), Remove Thermoplastic Traffic Stripe, Remove Thermoplastic Pavement Marking, 12" Rumble Strip (Asphalt Concrete Pavement), 6" Traffic Stripe Tape (Warranty), 6" Traffic Stripe Tape With Contrast (Warranty), 6" Traffic Stripe Tape With Contrast (Warranty) (Broken 36-12), Maintaining Existing Traffic Management System Elements During Construction, Lighting System, Mobilization

Requirements: At the time of the bid, all subcontractors must possess a valid and relevant California Contractors License, a valid DIR registration number, meet the project’s minimum insurance requirements, and be 100% bondable. All subcontractor, supplier, and trucking proposals must be in strict accordance with the project plans, specifications, and any addenda issued. In addition, all Supplier and Subcontractors will be required to execute Papich’s standard subcontract or purchase order agreement (available upon request). Waiver of Subrogation will be required. Papich is a signatory contractor and will require a one-time job agreement for any non-union Subcontractors. Submission of a proposal shall constitute subcontractor, supplier, or trucker acceptance of all terms as listed above. Any attempted deviation or revision to said terms shall not be recognized by Papich. Papich can offer DBE/DVBE/SB firms assistance with bidding this contract including but not limited to: reducing items of work into smaller scopes, providing reimbursement for payment/performance bond premiums, and providing assistance obtaining materials. All requests for assistance must be made prior to the project bid date. Additionally, DBE/DVBE/SB firms must possess a valid and current certification to be considered for this contract. Questions concerning above requirements should be directed to our office prior to submission of a proposal.

Heavy Civil | Oil & Gas | Power | Site Development | Transportation
398 Sunrise Terrace | Arroyo Grande, CA 93420
Phone: 805-473-3016 Fax: 805-481-5966

Published on September 20th, 2022 @ 3:45 p.m. by Contractor’s Estimate, Inc.
Located at http://www.contractorsestimate.com

This advertisement will run until the bid date



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