Walnut Creek Outfall - Project 1
- Department:Mayor and City Council, City Manager, Public Services, Engineering Services
- Category:Bid and RFP Notices
- RFP Number:0510-009-2O13
- Start Date:01/23/2018
- Close Date:02/21/2018 2:00 PM
Bid Results as Read (Base Bid Only):
Synergy Contracting (Bondurant, IA)
Cramer & Associates (Grimes, IA)
Sealed bids will be received by the City of West Des Moines City Clerk’s Office at 4200 Mills Civic Parkway, Suite 2B, West Des Moines, Iowa 50265, until 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 21, 2018 for the following described public improvement:
WALNUT CREEK OUTFALL – PROJECT 1
WEST DES MOINES, IOWA
PROJECT NO. 0510-009-2013
At the above time and place all bids received by the City will be opened and publicly read with the results being reported to the West Des Moines City Council at their meeting on Friday, February 23, 2018 at 7:30 a.m at which time the Council may take action on the proposals submitted or at such time as may then be fixed.
The City Council of West Des Moines, Iowa, will hold a public hearing on the proposed Plans, Specifications, Form of Contract, and Estimate of Costs for the construction of said improvements at 7:30 a.m. on Friday, February 23, 2018 in the Council Chambers, 4200 Mills Civic Parkway, West Des Moines. At said hearing, any interested person may appear and file objections thereto or to the cost of the improvements.
The extent of work on this project is the furnishing of all labor, equipment, and materials for the construction of improvements generally described as follows:
Construct Walnut Creek Outfall – Project 1, including all materials, labor and equipment necessary for installation of approximately:
Plan Set 1 - 949 LF of 12-ft by 5-ft reinforced box culvert, 457 LF of storm sewer and culverts, 225 LF of water main, associated grading, 727 SY of PCC pavement, 183 SY of sidewalk driveway pavement, surface restoration, erosion control including 585 TON of erosion stone and riprap, pavement markings, traffic control and miscellaneous related work and appurtenances.
Plan Set 2- shoring, dewatering, excavation, backfilling, levee restoration, reinforced cast-in-place concrete necessary to construct the pump station, controls building, discharge chamber, and intake chamber; pumping unit lift tubes and formed suction intakes, ductile iron discharge piping and fittings, 54-in and 30-in flap gates, 12-ft by 5-ft cast iron and stainless steel sluice gates with electric actuators, sump pump and associated discharge piping, flap valves, other valves and fittings; pressure transducer, floats, HVAC systems, trash gates, access hatches, grates, catwalks, ladders, railings, manhole steps, access platforms, stairs with gate, davit crane, stop logs; electrical work including pump control panels, power distribution, lighting, electrical service and connection, control room fit out, switchgear lineup with empty cubicles for future soft-starters, MCC primary/emergency service entry sections, MCC sections for panels/transformer/starter, emergency power connection box and cables, communications, PLC, manufacturer representative services including certification and testing of equipment, adjustments, training of Owner’s staff and production and submission of equipment operation and maintenance manuals and miscellaneous related work and appurtenances.
Plan Set 3- grading, 2,667 SY of subgrade preparation, 2,324 SY of paving and miscellaneous related work and appurtenances.
Plan Set 4 – removal of 110 LF of sanitary sewer and manhole, 407 SY of paving, 111 SY sidewalk, erosion control, surface restoration, and miscellaneous related work and appurtenances.
Plan Set 2 Add Alternate No. 1 – provide and install two (2) - 20,000 Gallons Per Minute, 215 HP submersible pumping units, related controls, programming of controls, start-up, testing, training, equipment O&M manuals, all electrical work and materials to support the installation of pumps and MCC vertical sections with soft starters, cable tray, and cable routing and miscellaneous related work and appurtenances required for full functionality of the two (2) - 20,000 Gallons per minute pumps.
The kinds of materials, estimated quantities, and work to be done for the project on which bids will be received are as shown on the bid proposal for said project.
All work is to be done in strict compliance with the Plans and Specifications prepared by Foth Infrastructure & Environment, LLC which have been heretofore approved by the City Council and which are now on file for public examination in the office of the City Clerk.
All bids shall be made on a form furnished by the City and shall be filed on or before the time specified above, in a sealed envelope addressed to the City Clerk of West Des Moines, Iowa, clearly stating that the envelope contains a bid on this project. Each proposal shall be accompanied by a bid bond, a cashier’s or certified check drawn on an Iowa bank or a bank chartered under the laws of the United States in an amount equal to ten percent (10%) of the total amount of the bid. If a bid bond is submitted it must be on the form provided with the contract documents.
The bid security submitted should be made payable to the City of West Des Moines, Iowa, and not contain any conditions either in the body or as an endorsement thereon. This bid security is provided to the City of West Des Moines as security that if the bidder is awarded the contract by the City, the bidder will enter into a contract on the form provided by the City at prices bid and shall furnish the required performance and payment bond to the City. If the bidder fails to execute the contract and to furnish an acceptable performance and payment bond or provide a Certificate of Insurance within ten (10) days after acceptance of the bid by the City, the bid security may be forfeited or cashed by the City as liquidated damages.
The successful bidder will be required to furnish a performance and payment bond in the amount of one hundred percent (100%) of the contract price guaranteeing faithful performance of the contract and guaranteeing payment to all persons supplying labor and/or materials in the execution of the work provided for in the contract. Additionally the contractor must provide the City with a guarantee of maintenance of said improvement in the form of surety for a period of four (4) years from the time of acceptance by the City.
By virtue of statutory authority preference will be given to products and provisions grown and coal produced within the State of Iowa and to Iowa domestic labor.
In accordance with Iowa statutes, a resident bidder shall be allowed a preference as against a nonresident bidder from a state or foreign country if that state or foreign country gives or requires any preference to bidders from that state or foreign country, including but not limited to any preference to bidders, the imposition of any type of labor force preference, or any other form of preferential treatment to bidders or laborers from that state or foreign country. The preference allowed shall be equal to the preference given or required by the state or foreign country in which the nonresident bidder is a resident. In the instance of a resident labor force preference, a nonresident bidder shall apply the same resident labor force preference to a public improvement in this state as would be required in the construction of a public improvement by the state or foreign country in which the nonresident bidder is a resident.
Failure to submit a fully completed Bidder Status Form with the bid may result in the bid being deemed nonresponsive and rejected.
If it is determined that adherence to these Iowa statutory requirements may cause denial of federal funds which would otherwise be available for a public improvement, or would otherwise be inconsistent with requirements of any federal law or regulation, the application of Iowa Code Chapters 73 and 73A shall be suspended to the extent necessary to prevent denial of the funds or to eliminate the inconsistency with federal requirements.
Work on said project shall commence within ten (10) days of the written notice to proceed and shall be completed as follows:
Project 1 – Plan Set 1 Stage 1: 56 Calendar Days completed no later than May 30, 2018
Project 1 – Plan Set 1 Stage 2: completed no later than September 5, 2018
Project 1 – Plan Set 4 Stage 4: completed no later than May 3, 2019
Project 1 – Plan Set 1, Plan Set 2, Plan Set 3, and Plan Set 4 all other Stages:
November 9, 2018
Liquidated damages in the amount of One-thousand dollars ($1,000.00) per day will be assessed for each day that the work remains uncompleted after the end of the contract period.
Payment for the work will be made by the City in cash from such funds as may be legally available including cash on hand, proceeds from the sale and issuance of General Obligation Bonds and such other funds including the proceeds from the sale and issuance of such other bonds as may lawfully be issued as the City Council may at its sole discretion determine and provide.
Payment will be made to the contractor based on monthly estimates in amounts equal to ninety-five (95%) percent of the contract value of the work completed during the preceding calendar month, and will be based upon an estimate prepared by the Contractor on the first day of the month, subject to the approval of the Engineer. Any such payment by the City shall in no way be construed as an act of acceptance for any part of the work partially or totally completed. Final payment by the City will be made in accordance with Iowa statues and the contract documents.
Bidding forms may be obtained from Foth Infrastructure & Environment, LLC, 8191 Birchwood Court, Suite L, Johnston, IA 50131. Copies of Plans and Specifications and contract documents can be obtained at the same address.
The City reserves the right to reject any and/or all bids and to waive any and/or all technicalities and/or all irregularities.
Ryan T. Jacobson