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Proposal & Bid Notice Details:



Project Specs:

Notice ID #: 7529

Bid Date: 07/08/2022

Type Of Notice: Request for Proposal
Location: CA: San Francisco


Contact: See Notice Summary for details on how to respond to this notice.

Notice Summary:


Request for Qualifications



1.     T-40.07: Odor Control for B600, B606, B615

MWH & Webcor Joint Venture

WW-647R Biosolids Digester Facilities - Southeast Treatment Plant

MWH & Webcor JV

1150 Phelps St, San Francisco, CA 94124 Public Utilities Commission

City and County of San Francisco

Tentative Bid Due Date: July 8, 2022



This work will be performed at the Southeast Treatment Plant. This is an operating wastewater plant with extensive above- and below-grade infrastructure that must remain in continuous operation at all times. A brief description of the Scope of works.


1.     T-40.07: Odor Control for B600, B606, B615

  • Supply and installation of waste treatment odor control equipment, including fans, biofilters, and chemical treatment equipment
  • Large diameter fiberglass and stainless steel ductwork, including matching fittings and accessories.
  • Large diameter underground ductwork, including all associated trenching, backfill, and offhaul
  • Distributed foul air ductwork and equipment connections in multiple facilities
  • Commissioning and startup of the entire odor control system across multiple interconnected facilities


The invitation to submit a Bid shall be sent via email. Pre-qualified Trade Contractors shall receive an email with a link to BuildingConnected, where the pre-qualified Trade Contractors shall be able to download the RFP Documents


Together with the Owner, MWH/Webcor JV has pre-qualified the following Trade Contractor to submit a bid on the T-40.07: Odor Control for B600, B606, B615

Critchfield Mechanical


Applicants who pre-qualify as Bidders are hereby notified that work to be performed under this contract will be in full or in part financed by the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (SRF), administered by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) and the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB), and the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA), also administered by the US EPA.



Applicants who pre-qualify as Bidders are required to seek, and are encouraged to use, Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs) for their subcontracting and procurement needs. These requirements apply to all subcontracts for equipment, supplies, construction, and services. The SFPUC has adopted the following Fair Share Objectives for participation of DBEs in this SRF funded project. These are project- wide participation goals that the Contractor may seek to meet:


1.     5.6% MBE


2.     1.2% WBE


The project wide goal for Local Business Enterprise participation for the Project is 12% of the Contract Sum. The Local Hiring Goal for the Construction Phase of the Project is 30% and 50% for apprentices for each trade. In accordance with California Labor Code Sections 1771.1 and 1725.5, no contract can be awarded to a Bidder without proof that the Bidder and all identified subcontractors are currently registered with the California Department of Industrial Relations.


The BDFP Project team, in partnership with the City of San Francisco Contract Monitoring Division (“CMD”) and the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (“SFPUC”) is committed to fostering strong, sustainable, and vibrant communities in the neighborhoods that we serve. The BDFP Project team is committed to providing certified Small & Micro Local Business Entities (“LBE”) within Bayview Hunters Point (“Hyper- Local LBE”) with meaningful opportunities to participate on the BDFP Project. We strongly encourage bidders to support the community by utilizing Hyper-Local LBEs to fulfil the LBE participation requirement. A list of Hyper-Local LBE firms is available on our website

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