City of Colusa Recycled Water System Upgrades Ph. 1

Colusa, CA

Civil Estimating: Estimating Team
Electrical Estimator: Jeff Brackenbury
Bid Due Date/Time: July 30, 2024 at 3PM
Engineer: Nexgen Utility Management

This project is funded by the State Water Resource Control Board Division of Financial Assistance. The City has received a grant under the State Revolving Fund (SRF) water recycling program. The project constructs various upgrades at the City of Colusa Wastewater Treatment Plant including installation of a recycled water booster pump station, chlorination system; and connection to the farm field irrigation system, including backflow prevention for the existing irrigation wells and completion of the field drainage systems. The project also includes construction of a pre-engineered metal maintenance building, installation of a precast concrete recycled water control building; replacement of existing aeration basin equipment; and other miscellaneous improvements at the Colusa WWTP.

Items available to be subcontracted and/or purchased include but are not limited to concrete and precast concrete materials; aggregates; SWPPP design; site clearing & grubbing; excavation & off haul; pre-engineered metal building; painting & coating; insulation; overhead doors; vinyl windows; chain link fencing & gates; plumbing; rebar; HVAC; electrical materials & equipment; and instrumentation & controls.

Plans and specifications are available for viewing at our office, local builders’ exchanges, and http://www.ciplist.com/.

We encourage bids from all subcontractors and suppliers, including those with DBE/WBE/MBE/SBE status. We are an equal-opportunity employer. We encourage contracting with a group of DBEs when a contract is too large for one firm to manage individually. We offer assistance with bonding, credit, and insurance. Subcontractors will be required to sign the Auburn Constructors Standard Subcontract Agreement, which includes the right for Auburn to require subcontractors to furnish a faithful performance and labor bond in a form and from a surety acceptable to Auburn in the amount of 100% of the subcontract price. Subcontractors will be required to comply with all subcontract insurance requirements. A copy of the Standard Subcontract Agreement is available on request. All potential subcontractors and suppliers must also comply with the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2014 (Public Law 113-76), which includes an American Iron and Steel requirement for the use of iron and steel products produced in the United States.

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