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Monterey Road Guardrail Project Re-Bid

Traffic Control System, Install Project Information Sign, Portable Changeable Message Sign, Water Pollution Control, Remove Asphalt Concrete Surfacing, and Imported Borrow.

CT 01-0H8004 Construction on State Highway 254 in Humboldt County near Miranda from 0.1 mile North of Fish Creek Road to 0.1 mile South of Maple Hills Road.

Granite Construction Company (Granite) is requesting quotes from all qualified subcontractors and suppliers including certified DBE firms for the following items of work, including but not limited to Landscape, Tree Services; Landscaping Materials Supplier; Petroleum, Oil, Lubricants Supplier; Sand & Gravel Supplier (Bulk Item); Asphalt Supplier(Bulk Item); Pilings Supplier; Timber Lagging; Lumber Supply; Pipe Supplier; Drainage Systems Supplier; Construction Area Signs; Traffic Control System; Traffic Flagger; Temporary Railing (Type K); Plane Asphalt Concrete; Remove Bridge Item; Clearing & Grubbing; Highway Planting; Soil Amendments; Hydroseeding; Erosion Control; Irrigation System; Temporary Erosion Control; Concrete Pumping; Pavement Reinforcing Fabric; Place Asphalt Concrete Dike & Misc.; Ground Anchor; Drilled Hole; Minor Concrete Structure; Reinforcing Steel; Roadside Sign; Lumber & Timber; Clean & Paint Steel; Alternative Pipe Culvert; Horizontal Drain; Permeable Material; Corrugated Steel Pipe Energy Dissipator; Rock Slope Protection (RSP); “Misc. Iron & Steel Frame, Cover & Grate”; Saw Cutting; Object Marker; Metal Beam Guard Railing; Metal Railing (Include Handrailing, Cable Railing, Bicycle Railing); Thermoplastic Traffic Striping & Marking; Remove Pavement Marking & Traffic Stripes; Signal (Installation Of Signals); Environmental – Water Quality; Lead Compliance; SWPPP Planning; Biological Resources Studies; Super 10 Dump Truck; Flat Bed Trucking; Water Truck; Street Sweeping Truck; Trucker Broker; Crane Work; Construction Equipment Rental; Demolition.

CT 01-0A1314 Hwy 162 Longvale Replace Bridge

Granite Construction Company (Granite) is requesting quotes from all qualified subcontractors and suppliers including certified DBE firms for the following items of work, including but not limited to Pipe Supplier; Drainage Systems Supplier; Construction Staking; Construction Area Signs; Traffic Control System; Plane Asphalt Concrete; Remove Bridge Item; Highway Planting; Soil Amendments; Hydroseeding; Erosion Control; Temporary Erosion Control; Place Asphalt Concrete Dike & Misc.; Groove & Grind Concrete Pavement; Cast-In-Drilled-Hole Concrete Piling; Prestressing Concrete Cast-In-Place; Minor Concrete Structure; Joint Seal – Water Stop; Reinforcing Steel; Roadside Sign; Welded Steel Pipe; Misc. Bridge Metal; Saw Cutting; Paint And Stain Concrete; Fencing; Temporary Fencing; Object Marker; Metal Beam Guard Railing; Metal Railing (Include Handrailing, Cable Railing, Bicycle Railing); “Concrete Barrier (Permanent); (All Concrete Barrier Types); Crash Cushion; Thermoplastic Traffic Striping & Marking; Painted Traffic Striping & Marking; Remove Pavement Marking & Traffic Stripes; Signal & Lighting (Furnishing, Installing, Modifying or Removing ); Signal (Installation Of Signals); Pavement Profiling; Environmental – Water Quality; Biological Resources Studies; End Dump Truck; Trucker Broker; Trucker; Construction Staking (Surveying).

Remove and Install Guardrails and Construct Concrete Barriers

Lead Compliance Plan, Level 2 Critical Path Method Schedule, Construction Area Signs, Traffic Control System, Stationary Impact Attenuator Vehicle, Channelizer (Surface Mounted), Temporary Barrier System, Portable Changeable Message Sign, Alternative Temporary Crash Cushion Tl-3, Temporary Radar Speed Feedback Sign System, Prepare Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan, Rain Even Action Plan, Storm Water Sampling and Analysis Day, Storm Water Annual Report, Temporary Cover, Temporary Drainage Inlet Protection, Temporary Fiber Roll, Temporary Gravel Bag Berm, Temporary Construction Entrance, Street Sweeping, Temporary Concrete Washout, Remove Concrete, Remove Concrete (Vegetation Control), Clearing and Grubbing, Roadway Excavation, Ditch Excavation, Imported Borrow (CY), Check and Test Existing Irrigation Facilities, Remove Irrigation Facility, Certify Existing Backflow Preventers, Move-In/Move-Out (Erosion Control), Hydromulch, Compost (CY), Incorporate Materials, Rapid Strength Concrete Base, Hot Mix Asphalt (Type A), Place Hot Mix Asphalt Dike (Type C), Place Hot Mix Asphalt Dike (Type F), Place Hot Mix Asphalt (Miscellaneous Area), Remove Asphalt Concrete Dike, Structural Concrete Drainage Inlet, Remove Retaining Wall (Portion), 18” Alternative Pipe Culvert, Concrete Backfill (Pipe Trench), Trash Net (Downdrain). 18” Reinforced Concrete Pipe, 12” Corrugated Steel Pipe Downdrain (.079” Thick), 18” Corrugated Steel Pipe Downdrain (.079” Thick), 12” Entrance Taper, 18” Entrance Taper, 12” Anchor Assembly, Remove Entrance Taper, Remove Culvert, Remove Downdrain, Remove Inlet, Modify Inlet, Concrete (Ditch Lining), Concrete (Concrete Apron), Rock Slope Protection (60 LB, Class II, Method B), Rock Slope Protection Fabric (Class 8), Remove Concrete (Curb and Gutter) Miscellaneous Iron and Steel, Guard Railing Delineator, Object Marker (Type P), Object Marker (Type R), Object Marker (Type L-1), Remove Roadside Sign, Remove Roadside Sign (Strap and Saddle Bracket Method), Relocate Roadside Sign, Furnish Single Sheet Aluminum Sign (0.063” – Unframed), Furnish Single Sheet Aluminum Sign (0.080” – Unframed), Furnish Single Sheet Aluminum Sign (0.063” – Framed), Furnish Single Sheet Aluminum Sign (0.080” – Framed), Roadside Sign – One Post, Roadside Sign – Two Post, Install Sign (Strap and Saddle Bracket Method), Install Roadside Sign Panel on Existing Post, Concrete Barrier (Type 60MC), Concrete Barrier (Type 60MSC), Concrete Barrier (Type 836B), Concrete Barrier Transition, Remove Concrete Barrier, 6” Thermoplastic Traffic Stripe (Enhanced Wet Night Visibility), Maintaining Existing Traffic Management System Elements During Construction, Modifying Camera Systems, Modifying Lighting Systems, and Modifying Traffic Monitoring Stations .

07-338704: Construct Rock Blanket and Remove/Install Chain Link Fence on Rte 405

Powell Constructors, Inc. is seeking quotes from all qualified subcontractors and suppliers including certified DBE firms. ALL BID ITEMS ARE OPEN FOR BID, including items of work normally performed by Powell Constructors, Inc.
LEAD COMPLIANCE PLAN, DISPUTE RESOLUTION ADVISOR, CONSTRUCTION AREA SIGNS, TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM, PREPARE STORM WATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN, SWPPP MATERIALS, STREET SWEEPING, HEALTH AND SAFETY PLAN, CLEARING AND GRUBBING, ROADWAY EXCAVATION, HAZARDOUS WASTE TRUCKING, IMPORTED BORROW, ROADSIDE CLEARING, ROCK BLANKET, LANDSCAPING, IRRIGATION, AGGREGATE BASE, LEAN CONCRETE BASE, HOT MIX ASPHALT, MINOR CONCRETE (CURB AND GUTTER), REMOVE CONCRETE (CURB AND GUTTER), FENCING, REMOVE FENCE, REMOVE ROADSIDE SIGN, FURNISH SIGN PANELS, ROADSIDE SIGN, PAVEMENT MARKING & STRIPING, REMOVE PAVEMENT MARKING & STRIPING, AND TRUCKING.
Quotations will be broken down into comparable packages as reasonably necessary. Powell Constructors, Inc. will work with interested subcontractors to identify opportunities to break down items into economically feasible packages.

Union Signatory, 100% Payment and Performance Bonds from an accepted surety may be required. Powell Constructors, Inc. will reimburse subcontractor for bond premium up to 2%. Assistance in bonding, insurance, lines of credit or obtaining equipment, supplies, materials, or related assistance or services is available upon request. Subcontractors must possess a current contractor’s license and provide General Liability, Auto and Worker’s Compensation Insurance meeting the minimum requirements per the specifications. Subcontractors must also be registered with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) pursuant to the Labor Code section 1725.5. Powell Constructors, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourage DBE participation.

07-3393U4: Construct DPPIA Devices & Modify Lighting Systems on Rte 605

Powell Constructors, Inc. is seeking quotes from all qualified subcontractors and suppliers including certified DBE firms. ALL BID ITEMS ARE OPEN FOR BID, including items of work normally performed by Powell Constructors, Inc.
LEAD COMPLIANCE PLAN, DISPUTE RESOLUTION ADVISOR, CONSTRUCTION AREA SIGNS, TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM, PREPARE STORM WATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN, STREET SWEEPING, REMOVE CONCRETE, CLEARING AND GRUBBING, ROADWAY EXCAVATION, HAZARDOUS WASTE TRUCKING, IMPORTED BORROW, ROADSIDE CLEARING, LANDSCAPING, IRRIGATION, HYDROMULCH, HYDROSEED, COMPOST, AGGREGATE BASE, LEAN CONCRETE BASE, HOT MIX ASPHALT, PLACE HMA DIKE, TACK COAT, REMOVE AC DIKE, MINOR CONCRETE (MINOR STRUCTURE), DESIGN POLLUTION PREVENTION INFILTRATION AREA, REINFORCED CONCRETE PIPE, CORRUGATED STEEL PIPE, STEEL FLARED END SECTION, REMOVE INLET, ROCK SLOPE PROTECTION, ROCK SLOPE PROTECTION FABRIC, MINOR CONCRETE (CURB AND GUTTER), MISCELLANEOUS IRON AND STEEL, REMOVE PAVEMENT MARKER, PAVEMENT MARKING & STRIPING, TREATMENT BMP MARKER, RESET OBJECT MARKER, RESET ROADSIDE SIGN, RELOCATE OBJECT MARKER, RELOCATE ROADSIDE SIGN, ELECTRICAL, AND TRUCKING.
Quotations will be broken down into comparable packages as reasonably necessary. Powell Constructors, Inc. will work with interested subcontractors to identify opportunities to break down items into economically feasible packages.
Union Signatory, 100% Payment and Performance Bonds from an accepted surety may be required. Powell Constructors, Inc. will reimburse subcontractor for bond premium up to 2%. Assistance in bonding, insurance, lines of credit or obtaining equipment, supplies, materials, or related assistance or services is available upon request. Subcontractors must possess a current contractor’s license and provide General Liability, Auto and Worker’s Compensation Insurance meeting the minimum requirements per the specifications. Subcontractors must also be registered with the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) pursuant to the Labor Code section 1725.5. Powell Constructors, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourage DBE participation.

RFP for DBE Subcontractors & Suppliers | Well 32 Rehabilitation Re-bid Project

Environmental Construction, Inc. (“ECI”) seeks MBE/WBE/DBE/SBE/SBRA/LSAF/HUB subcontractors and suppliers for the City of Santa Ana Well 32 Rehabilitation Re-bid Project.

This is a federal prevailing wage project in the City of Santa Ana with an engineer’s estimate of $13,000,000.00.

The project involves the following scopes of work:

• Shoring
• Sheeting
• Bracing
• Excavation
• Trench
• Well Rehabilitation
• Electrical
• Instrumentation
• Landscaping & Irrigation
• Piping
• AC Paving
• Valves
• Fencing
• Striping
• Utilities
• Restroom Building & Facilities
• Traffic Control
• Potholing
• Signing
• Dewatering
• Backfill

ECI seeks proposals for any and all items of work. Please send proposals by January 9, 2022 to estimating@environcon.com or fax 818-805-3558.

Please email estimating@environcon.com or call 818-449-8920 for the bidding documents for this project.

ECI will provide you with information about the Plans, Specifications, and requirements for any selected subcontracting or material supply work. In addition, ECI will help you obtain required bonds, lines of credit, or insurance. Please call or email and tell us how we can help.

Lauren Lustyan
Contract Administrator
Environmental Construction, Inc.
CSLB No. 498624
DIR No. 1000009515

21550 Oxnard Street, Suite 1060
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
Phone: 818-449-8920
Fax: 818-805-3558

RFP for DBE Subcontractors & Suppliers | Pacific Park Playground & Pool Shade Structure Project

Environmental Construction, Inc. (“ECI”) seeks SBE/MBE/WBE/DBE subcontractors and suppliers for the City of Glendale Pacific Park Playground & Pool Shade Structure Project.

This is a federal prevailing wage project in the City of Glendale with an engineer’s estimate of $1,500,000 to $2,000,000.

The project involves the following scopes of work:

• Restroom Expansion
• ADA improvements
• Water Playground
• Shade Structure
• Traffic Control
• Trech Excavation
• SWPPP
• BMPs
• Water Pollution Control
• Noise Control
• Demolition
• Tree Removal/Disposal
• Excavation
• Earthwork
• Piping
• Electrical
• Reinforced Steel
• Concrete
• Masonry
• HVAC
• Plumbing
• Coating
• Painting
• Foundations
• Carpentry
• Handrails/Railing
• Security Automation Systems
• Signage
• AC Paving
• Striping

ECI seeks proposals for any and all items of work. Please send proposals by December 20, 2022 to estimating@environcon.com or fax 818-805-3558.

Please email estimating@environcon.com or call 818-449-8920 for the bidding documents for this project.

ECI will provide you with information about the Plans, Specifications, and requirements for any selected subcontracting or material supply work. In addition, ECI will help you obtain required bonds, lines of credit, or insurance. Please call or email and tell us how we can help.

Lauren Lustyan
Contract Administrator
Environmental Construction, Inc.
CSLB No. 498624
DIR No. 1000009515

21550 Oxnard Street, Suite 1060
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
Phone: 818-449-8920
Fax: 818-805-3558

RFP for DBE Subcontractors & Suppliers | Normandie & 95th Street Park

Environmental Construction, Inc. (“ECI”) seeks MBE/WBE/DBE/DVBE/LGBTQQ subcontractors and suppliers for the County of Los Angeles Normandie & 95th Street Park.

This is a federal prevailing wage project in the City of Los Angeles with an engineer’s estimate of $1,065,000.

The project involves the following scopes of work:

• Concrete
• Finishes
• Earthwork
• Exterior Improvements
• SWPPP
• Landscaping
• Irrigation
• Electrical
• Temporary Facilities
• Construction/Demolition
• Paints/Painting

ECI seeks proposals for any and all items of work. Please send proposals by December 13, 2022 to estimating@environcon.com or fax 818-805-3558.

Please email estimating@environcon.com or call 818-449-8920 for the bidding documents for this project.

ECI will provide you with information about the Plans, Specifications, and requirements for any selected subcontracting or material supply work. In addition, ECI will help you obtain required bonds, lines of credit, or insurance. Please call or email and tell us how we can help.

Lauren Lustyan
Contract Administrator
Environmental Construction, Inc.
CSLB No. 498624
DIR No. 1000009515

21550 Oxnard Street, Suite 1060
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
Phone: 818-449-8920
Fax: 818-805-3558

Los Nietos Safe Routes to School – Phase 2

CT&T Concrete Paving, Inc. is seeking quotes from all qualified subcontractors and suppliers, including certified DBE/WBE/MBE firms. All bid items are open for bid, including items of work typically performed by CT&T Concrete Paving, Inc. Portions of work for the project include but are not limited to the following items of work:

SWPPP Preparation & Implementation, Office Facilities, Clearing & Grubbing, Tree Removal, Tree Crown Reduction, Chain Link Fencing, Concrete Removal, Unclassified Excavation, AC Pavement, Construct PCC Curb, Curb & Gutter, Walkway, Driveways, Curb Ramps, Cross Gutter; Electrical Items – incl. conduits, Cables, Pull Boxes, Loop Detectors, Push Buttons, Type 15 Standards; Thermoplastic Striping, Signage, Install Fire Hydrant Location RPM, Traffic Control, Message Signs

Quotations will be broken down into comparable packages as reasonably necessary. CT&T Concrete Paving, Inc. will work with interested subcontractors to identify opportunities to break down items into economically feasible packages to encourage the participation of DBE contractors/vendors.

CT&T Concrete Paving, Inc. Is an Equal Opportunity Employer, accepting proposals from all subcontractors/suppliers regardless of race, color, creed, sex, or national origin. We intend to negotiate in good faith with all qualified subcontractors and suppliers for project participation. 100% Performance and Payment Bonds may be required for full amount of subcontract price. Please contact us if you need assistance obtaining bonding, insurance, equipment, supplies, and/or materials or this project. Subcontractors must possess an active contractor’s license, insurance, and workers compensation coverage meeting all requirements set forth in the contract documents.
All quotes shall be in accordance with project plans, specifications, and valid for the entire length of the contract.