The following listing enumerates the major items of work included in the Contract:
- Emergency repair work;
- Repair/Replacement work of various sizes of pressurized and gravity sewers, combined and stormwater drainage systems including limited amount of water mains. Materials include but are not limited to reinforced concrete pipe (RCP), polyvinyl chloride pipe (PVC), ductile iron pipe (DIP) and cast iron pipe (CIP);
- Items include: point repair, trench excavation and backfill, borrow trench backfill, trench undercut excavation, test pits, temporary asphalt, geotextiles, topsoil and seeding of non-paved surface areas;
- Light and heavy cleaning of sewer lines;
- Reconstruction of existing sewers (CIPP) via the cleaning and lining process including sewer bypass pumping;
- Ultraviolet cured-in-place sewer lining;
- Shotcrete lining for sewer rehabilitation;
- Sewer and stormwater main CCTV inspection;
- Sewer and stormwater manhole rehabilitation;
- Chemical root treatment and grout injection of sewers;
- Adjustments of drainage structures including frame and cover;
- Sewer utility service connections and cleanouts to residential and commercial buildings.
A Pre-Bid Conference will be conducted on May 3, 2017. The Conference will begin at 10:30 a.m. and end at 12:00 p.m. in the Conference Room at DC Water’s Blue Plains Visitor Center located at 5000 Overlook Ave., SW, Washington, DC 20032. All attendees are required to make reservations for this Conference by submitting to email@example.com the name, title and firm name of the attendee(s), by 3:00 p.m. on May 1, 2017.
This project may be funded in part by the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). A Fair Share Objective for Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises (M/WBEs) participation in this work of 32% and 6%, respectively, has been established. Participation by M/WBEs at the 32% and 6% level, respectively, is a contract goal. The contract requires bidders to conduct directed outreach to M/WBEs. The program requirements are fully defined in USEPA’s “Participation by Disadvantaged Enterprises in Procurement under EPA Financial Assistant Agreements – May 27, 2008.” Please be aware that program participation requires M/WBEs are made aware of contracting opportunities to the fullest extent practicable through dedicated outreach and recruitment activities. That is, bidders for DC Water construction contracts must make prescribed “good faith efforts” to ensure that M/WBEs receive a “fair share” of procurement opportunities funded by EPA. For further guidance, please refer to 40 C.F.R.§ 33.301, or contact DC Water Grants Coordinator Rhonda Green at 202-787-2276.
The Davis-Bacon wage determinations shall apply.
DC Water Owner Controlled Insurance Program will provide insurance.
Bid documents are available at the Department of Procurement, 5000 Overlook Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20032. Sets of Bidding Documents can be procured for a non-refundable $50.00 purchase price each, payable to DC Water. Payment must be in the form of a money order, certified check or a company check. Documents can be shipped to Bidders providing a Federal Express account number.
The DC Water Blue Plains Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant is a secured facility. Persons intending to pick-up Bidding Documents are to contact the Department of Procurement at 202-787-2020 for access authorization.
For procurement information contact DC Water Procurement Dept. via email; ProcurementConstructionInquiry@dcwater.com
For technical information contact: DETS-Construction.Bid.Inquiry@dcwater.com. Please insert the IFB No. in the Subject Line.
View DC Water’s website at www.dcwater.com., for current and upcoming solicitations.
Addendum No.: 1 is issued. See attachment.
Bidder's List as of May 16, 2017 is attached.