Design Build Preliminary Meeting for Sewer Project
This just in from the county:
Attention Design-Build Contractors, Designers, and Sureties:
NOTICE OF PENDING REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR DESIGN-BUILD SERVICES
Information for Design-Build Contractors, Designers, and Sureties
Design-builders interested in the Los Osos Wastewater Project are invited to attend a non-mandatory informational meeting which will provide an overview of the Project and allow time for questions and answers. The meeting will be held at the following time and location:
Friday, November 14, 2008 at 10:00am
San Luis Obispo County Government Center
1055 Monterey Street, Room 161
San Luis Obispo, CA
The County intends to procure two separate Design-Build contracts for the Los Osos Wastewater Project. The contracts will be for the following:
• Collection System Design-Build Services: Design and construction of a community-wide collection system, consisting of approximately 45 miles of pipeline, plus service laterals and appurtenances, to serve approximately 4,800 properties. The estimated construction budget is approximately $80 million.
• Treatment Facility Design-Build Services: Design and construction of a
1.2 MGD secondary wastewater treatment facility, with optional tertiary processes, on a greenfield site. The estimated construction budget is approximately $25 million.
The County of San Luis Obispo is currently developing the Design-Build procurement documents for the Project. In accordance with Public Contract Code §20133(d)(3)(A), the County is making Draft RFQ’s available for comment from the construction industry, including representatives of the building trades and surety industry. A formal Request for Qualifications has not been issued.
Go to the Project website at www.slocounty.ca.gov/PW/LOWWP/DB.htm to view the draft RFQ’s or contact John Waddell, Project Engineer, at (805)788-2713 for more information. Comments are requested by November 21, 2008.
Also on line
Final technical memo on Decentralized Treatment. (at the same website link above), though I have no idea why they wasted time (and money) with a Decentralized memo since it’s clear from the above that they’ve already settled on a particular type of project.