Available Contracting Opportunities

CURRENT CONTRACTING OPPORTUNITIES

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TO PROVIDE COMPUTER NETWORK AND MAINTENANCE SERVICES

The San Francisco County Transportation Authority (Transportation Authority) invites proposals from qualified respondents (proposers) to provide computer network and maintenance services. Proposals must respond to the specific scope of services described in the Request for Proposals (RFP 18/19-04).

Questions due by September 12 at 5:00 p.m. Although a pre-proposal conference will not be held, questions may be submitted by e-mail to info@sfcta.org, please include “RFP 18/19-04 - Computer Network and Maintenance Services” in the subject line. The Transportation Authority’s responses will be posted to this webpage by September 17, and any addenda to the RFP will be made available here prior to the proposal due date.

Proposals are due electronically to the Transportation Authority to info@sfcta.org by October 4, 2018 at 2:00 p.m.


REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TO PROVIDE PLANNING AND TECHNICAL SERVICES FOR THE CONNECTSF sTREETS AND FREEWAYS STUDY

The San Francisco County Transportation Authority (Transportation Authority) invites proposals from qualified respondents (proposers) to provide planning and technical services for the ConnectSF Streets and Freeways Study. Proposals must respond to the specific scope of services described in the Request for Proposals (RFP 18/19-01).

Pre-Proposal Conference on September 10 at 1:00 p.m. Proposers and subconsultants are encouraged to attend the pre-proposal conference. Attendees are requested to confirm attendance by completing the online registration form by 5:00 p.m. on September 7.

Questions due by September 11 at 5:00 p.m. Questions may be submitted by e-mail to info@sfcta.org, please include “RFP 18/19-01 - ConnectSF Planning and Technical Services” in the subject line. The Transportation Authority’s responses will be posted to this webpage by September 14, and any addenda to the RFP will be made available here prior to the proposal due date.

Proposals are due electronically to the Transportation Authority to info@sfcta.org by September 28, 2018 at 2:00 p.m.


 REQUEST FOR QUALIFiCATIONS TO PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGER/GENERAL CONTRACTOR SERVICES FOR THE YERBA BUENA ISLAND WESTSIDE BRIDGES PROJECT (RFQ 17/18-12)

The San Francisco County Transportation Authority (Transportation Authority) invites Statements of Qualifications (SOQs) from qualified respondents to provide Construction Manager/General Contractor (CMGC) services for the Yerba Buena Island (YBI) Westside Bridges Project. SOQs must respond to the specific scope of services described in the Request for Qualifications (RFQ 17/18-12).

The YBI Westside Bridges (Project) encompasses eight existing bridge structures on the west side of YBI. These structures generally comprise a viaduct along Treasure Island Road, just north of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge (SFOBB). The Project limits along Treasure Island Road are from the SFOBB to approximately 2000-feet northward. This stretch of Treasure Island Road includes the bridge structures and portions of at-grade roadway.

The project purpose is to bring the bridge structures up to current seismic safety standards. To accomplish this, five  structures will be seismically retrofitted, and three structures will be demolished and replaced with realigned roadway, an overcrossing structure, and new retaining walls.   

The Transportation Authority will use a single-phase procurement process to select a CMGC to deliver the Project. This procurement process consists of issuing this RFQ to solicit SOQs from qualified contractors. The Transportation Authority will advertise the project to the general public, and all interested and qualified contractors will receive an RFQ. The Transportation Authority will not shortlist qualified contractors as a precursor to issuing the RFQ. The procurement process will include the following:

A)      Procurement

This RFQ is issued as part of the single phase to solicit information, in the form of SOQs that the Transportation Authority will evaluate to determine which Proposers are qualified to successfully deliver the Project in a two-phase contract with a Contractor. The CMGC contractor is awarded a two-phase contract for the CMGC project and is responsible for providing preconstruction services under the first phase and, if a price agreement is reached, construction services under the second phase of such contract.

B)      Contract Phases

1.  Phase one – Pre-construction: A “Pre-Construction Services” contract which covers the intended professional services to be provided by the Contractor to assist with the design of the Project. This phase will utilize a Preconstruction Services Phase consulting contract for professional services. The Preconstruction Services Contract will be a reimbursement contract in an amount not to exceed $675,000.

2.  Phase two – Construction: A “Construction Contract” to build the Project. This phase will utilize a construction contract to build the project. During this phase the Contractor will serve as the general contractor for the project. The Contractor must self-perform at least 30%, but not more than 70%, of the work during construction phase of the project. The Transportation Authority may issue one comprehensive work package contract for construction of the Project or the Transportation Authority may issue multiple work packages for construction of the Project. The Engineer’s cost estimate is approximately $55,300,000.

The Project is funded through the Federal Highway Bridge Program. There is no Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) goal established for the Pre-construction Phase of the Project, but a DBE goal will be established during the Pre-construction phase for the Construction Phase of the Project. The Transportation Authority highly encourages DBE and Small Business Enterprise participation during both Phases. A Class A contractor license is required and the successful proposer must pay prevailing wages.

Pre-Submittal Conference on July 20, 2018 at 10:30 a.m. Proposers and potential subconsultants are encouraged to attend a pre-submittal conference to be held at the Transportation Authority’s offices, 1455 Market Street, 22nd Floor, Hearing Room. Attendees are requested to confirm attendance by completing the online registration form below by 5:00 p.m. the day before the conference.

Questions due by July 24, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. Questions may be submitted in writing by e-mail to info@sfcta.org; please include “RFQ 17/18-12 YBI Westside Bridges CMGC” in the subject line. The Transportation Authority’s responses will be posted on this page by July 30, 2018, and any addenda to the RFQ will be made available on this page prior to the SOQ due date. 

SOQs are due to the Transportation Authority offices by August 10, 2018 at 2:00 p.m.

Data Room Documents

To provide additional information pertaining to Project development, the below SFCTA documents are being made available to potential Proposers. These documents are available for download and review at the following website:

YBI Westside Bridges Additional Project Documentation

  1. Environmental Documents and Technical Reports/Memorandums
  2. Geotechnical Information including Log of Test Borings
  3. Preliminary Geometric Plans
  4. Preliminary Structures Plans for Bridge Retrofits
  5. Preliminary Structural General Plan Sheets for New Structures
  6. Design Cross-sections
  7. As-builts for existing bridges

Required Exhibits (Microsoft Word versions):

To register to receive updates regarding RFQ 17/18-12, please complete the form at the link below. Note that if you previously received an email from info@sfcta.org regarding the RFQ or RSVP'd to the pre-proposal conference, you are already registered to receive updates and do not need to complete the form.

Register for RFQ 17/18-12 Updates


BUSINESS OUTREACH COMMITTEE 'MEET THE PRIMES' NETWORKING EVENT

On August 22, the Business Outreach Committee (BOC), a consortium of Bay Area transportation agencies including the Transportation Authority, hosted a free 'meet the primes' networking event at the Joseph P. Bort MetroCenter (101 8th Street in Oakland). The event was a great opportunity for small, disadvantaged, minority & women-owned businesses to network with prime construction and consultant contractors, Bay Area transit and transportation agency staff and resource partners.


2018 DBE/LBE OPPORTUNITY OVERVIEW AND NETWORKING EVENT

On February 22, the San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA)/Treasure Island Mobility Management Agency (TIMMA) and other local agencies held an informative presentation to Disadvantaged and Local Business Enterprises (DBEs/LBEs) in their efforts to encourage participation and collaboration of small and large firms for upcoming procurements.

Highlighted Projects:

Materials:


DBE/LBE/SBE Certifications and Programs

For more information on DBE, LBE and SBE certifications and programs, please visit www.sfcta.org/dbe or contact Jen Shader at 415-593-1665 or via email.

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