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Melesio Martinez

Project Estimator

Melesio Martinez

Contact Information

1970 N. Redwood Rd.
Salt Lake City, UT 84116


(602) 293-3155


(000) 000-0000

Sundt/PCL, A Joint Venture
is seeking qualified DBEss

Project Name

Salt Lake City Department of Public Utilities (SLCDPU) - New Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) Project Liquid Train 2 (LT-2)

Bid/Contract #


Awarding Agency

Sundt/PCL, A Joint Venture

Project Location

Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, UT

Bid Date

06/23/2022 at 14:00

Project Details

INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS: Sundt/PCL, a Joint Venture is accepting bids for the Liquid Train 2 (LT-2), defined in the Contract Documents and other associated parts of the work included as part of the SLCDPU New WRF Project. The Project is generally described as new construction of a WRF located at 1365 W 2300 N, Salt Lake City, UT 84116, as indicated in the Contract Documents.

Sundt/PCL is seeking and encouraging qualified, disadvantaged business enterprises (DBEs) for all areas as listed below.
This project is receiving funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loan program. As such, an entity who wants to be considered as a DBE must meet the requirements of Title 40 Part 33 - Participation by Disadvantaged Business Enterprises in United States Environmental Protection Agency Programs. Qualified DBEs must complete Section 4.0 MBE/WBE/DBE/DVBE/HUB Participation on Attachment 2_Scope Bid Form.xlsx. Sundt/PCL will verify certification through the Small Business Administration and may give preference to verified DBE's.

The participation goals for Minorities and Females are established as a percentage participation rate, expressed in percentage terms for the Sundt/PCL aggregate workforce in each trade on all construction work. Goals for Females is a nationwide goal of 6.9%. Goals for Minorities for the "economic area" of the Salt Lake City-Ogden, UT covered area and is 6.0%.

ALL entities are expected to comply with federal regulations pursuant to WIFIA loan program requirements referenced in Addendum I (WIFIA Requirements). Several of these federal regulations include, but are not limited to:
1. Davis-Bacon Wage Requirements
2. American Iron and Steel (AIS) Requirements
3. Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Requirement
4. Federal Nondiscrimination, Civil Rights, and EEO Requirements
5. Federal Lobbying Restrictions

* DBE means an entity owned or controlled by a socially and economically disadvantaged individual as described by Public Law 102-389 (42 U.S.C. 4370d) or an entity owned and controlled by a socially and economically disadvantaged individual as described by Title X of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 7601 note); a Small Business Enterprise (SBE); a Small Business in a Rural Area (SBRA); or a Labor Surplus Area Firm (LSAF), a Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Zone Small Business Concern, or a concern under a successor program.
Debarment and Suspension, Executive Order 12549, 51 FR 6370, February 21, 1986: Contractor certifies that it will not knowingly enter into a contract with anyone who is ineligible under the 40 CFR Part 32 to participate in the Project. Suspension and debarment information can be accessed at https://sam.gov. Contractor represents and warrants that it has or will include a term or conditions requiring compliance with this provision in all of its subcontracts under this Agreement.

New Restrictions on Lobbying, 31 USC 1352: All contractors who anticipate working on this project must be registered with https://sam.gov and have no active exclusions prior to receiving a contract on this project. Register prior to submitting a bid and provide documentation of your entity's registration.

The following scopes are associated with this Work Package:
2. Ancillary project controls and work as defined in the General Conditions and Division 01 specifications not explicitly listed below.
3. Clearing and grubbing, site preparation, asphalt and concrete demolition, and general construction area preparation.
4. Demolition and removal of existing conflicting utilities and associated utility relocations.
5. Foundation and soil preparation.
6. Construction of the Liquid Train comprising a Headworks Facility, Primary Clarification Facility, Biological Nutrient Removal Facility, Secondary Clarification Facility, UV Building, and Outfall.
7. Construction of a Blower and Gravity Thickening Facility and a Chemical Storage.
8. Modifications to the WAS Thickening Facility and to the Digester Facility.
9. Construction of civil sitework, process and utilities yard piping, grading and paving, drainage systems including Process Drain Lift Station, electrical, fire protection, communications, instrumentation and controls, and security.
10. Startup and testing activities for the Liquid Train, and the Blower and Gravity Thickening Facility.
11. Pipe modifications and improvements in existing digester Control Building

Sundt/PCL will self-perform the listed scopes below.
1. Cast In Place Concrete
2. Structural Steel and Misc. Metals Installation
3. Backfill
4. Site Grading
5. Site piping Installation
6. Process Piping Installation
7. Process Equipment Installation

We are requesting material bids associated with the following scopes:
1. Architectural building trades
2. Electrical & Instrumentation
4. Plumbing
5. Fire Protection
PCL, not Sundt/PCL will bid on the following scopes identified below. The following bid packages will be hand delivered to our Salt Lake City office no later than the bid due date and time per this Invitation to Bid or any addenda issued changing in the bid date.

Sundt/PCL is accepting sealed bids on the following bid packages:
1. Bid package 26 00 00 - Electrical
Sealed bids shall be enclosed in an opaque envelope addressed to Sundt/PCL. Please address your proposal to:

Sundt/PCL, A Joint Venture
c/o Steve Van Loan
1970 N. Redwood Road
Salt Lake City, UT 84116

Bid enclosed for: SLCWRF LT-2 bid package 26 00 00

Bid opening will be private following the bid due date. The bids will be opened and recorded in front of Salt Lake City Department of Public Utilities staff. After the opening of bids, Sundt/PCL will review all bids for compliance with the bidding documents. A scope reconciliation with each bidder may be scheduled to review any scope clarifications prior to award.

Bids are due no later than 2:00 PM MST, June 13, 2022. Bidding documents can be obtained by contacting Sundt/PCL at Mrmartinez@sundt.com. Do not contact Owner or Engineer. All questions to be emailed to Mrmartinez@sundt.com and are due no later than 14 calendar days prior to bid due date. Procedures for submitting bids, claiming an error, withdrawal of bids and other pertinent information are contained in the Instructions to Bidders. Sundt/PCL and Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids.

Sundt/PCL Joint Venture will send an addendum to include Exhibits and other relevant information.

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