License No. 626859
5400 Hanna Ranch Road Novato, CA 94945
Phone: 415.456.8972 Fax: 415.459.0665
THOMPSON BUILDERS CORPORATION is requesting bids from ALL subcontractors, suppliers & truckers, but ESPECIALLY DBE subcontractors, suppliers & truckers for the following project:
Agency: Caltrans Project No. 01-434844
For Construction on State Highway in Mendocino County at Mendocino from Larkin Road to 0.2-mile South of Surfwood Estates Road
Location: Mendocino County, CA
DBE Goal: 20% | Engineer’s Estimate: $12,300,000.
Bids open November 9, 2023, at 2:00 PM
General work description: Structural concrete, bar reinforcing steel, Rdwy Exc, & HMA.
Plans & Specs: https://tpcorp.box.com/s/s254nof55cey2knhu0hnxgpokgly3il4
Quotes for Services and Supplies requested for the following items for bid including, but not limited to: Construction area signs, lead compliance plan, trucking, water trucks, HMA material supplier, tack oil supplier, traffic control, jobsite management, temporary items (drainage inlet protection, check dams, construction entrance, traffic stripe paint, pavement marking paint, gravel berm bag, barrier system, fiber roll, reinforced silt fence, concrete washout, erosion control blanket, move-in-move out erosion control, hydraulic mulch, high visibility fence, signaling systems) rolled EC netting, hydraulic biotic growth medium, fiber reinforced matrix, compost, fiber rolls, incorporate materials, move-in-move out erosion control, portable changeable message signs, portable radar speed feedback sign system, storm water pollution prevention plan, storm water annual report, rain event action plan, thermoplastic striping and pavement markings installation and removal, channelizer (surface mounted), channelizer lane separation system, alternative temporary crash cushion TL-3, type 3 barricade, level 2 critical path method, treated wood waste, street sweeping, incorporate materials, class 2 aggregate base, cold plane asphalt concrete, pavement marker (retroreflective), treatment best management practice marker, vegetation control (minor concrete), 12” rumble strip, biologist services, invasive species control, bat & bird exclusion devices, roadway excavation, shoulder backing, structure backfill, sodium bentonite clay, geosynthetic pavement interlayer, paving fabric, install and remove hot mix asphalt dike type D, E F, ground anchor sub horizontal, 24 inch cast-in drilled concrete piling, 24 inch cast-in drilled concrete piling (rock socket),prestressing cast-in-place concrete, structural concrete, minor concrete (minor structure), drill and bond dowel clean expansion joint, pipe pin, joint seal, bar reinforcing steel ,rapid set concrete, prepare concrete bridge surface, furnish and install polyester concrete overlay, core concrete 5 inch and 7 inch, bridge removal, 18-24-30 inch plastic pipe, 42 inch RCP, 30 inch CSP, 24 inch entrance taper and anchor assembly, drainage inlet marker, 12 inch welded steel pipe casing, 18 inch flared end section, concrete for concrete apron and slope paving, RSP 60#, gravel filter, misc. iron & steel, inlet grates, destroy well, reset mailboxes, remove pavement markers, culvert markers, object marker, reset roadside signs, midwest guard rail system (steel post), chain link fencing, tubular bicycle railing, pedestrian railing, cable railing, transition railing, end anchor assembly, alt in-line terminal, concrete barrier (type 85 modified), remove guard rail and barrier railing, traffic stripe tape, traffic stripe tape with contrast.
*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. Small businesses including DVBEs are encouraged to look at Caltrans California Construction Contracting Program Website for possible bonding assistance.
Thompson Builders Corporation
an Equal Opportunity Employer
Contact: Leah Oba
PHONE: (415) 456-8972 FAX: (415) 459-0665