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The goal of the County is to develop the campus into a coherent, interactive relationship between the clinical, educational, and research components of HUCLA based on the Master Plan.
AED7740029 - Project Controls and Support Services for Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Master Plan Implementation Project
4/6/2017 5/10/2017
The goal of the County is to develop the campus into a coherent, interactive relationship between the clinical, educational, and research components of HUCLA based on the Master Plan Program and Projects (herein called Project).
AED7740042 - Construction Management and Support Services for the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Master Plan Implementation Project
4/6/2017 5/10/2017
The County of Los Angeles, on behalf of the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Works (Public Works), the Los Angeles County Flood Control District (Flood Control District), and the Los Angeles County Waterworks Districts (Waterworks Districts) which will be referred to in this RFP in its entirety as ¿County¿, is inviting proposals from qualified firms to provide as-needed biological, environmental, and cultural services for various water resources projects and projects adjacent to Flood Control District channels and streams throughout Los Angeles County. Consultants will utilize in-house personnel and subcontractors who have skilled experience and expertise with project management of highly publicized projects and who will provide a proficient level of quality assurance and quality control (QA/QC). The Consultant must meet County and District¿s deadlines for report submittals, because County and District have submittal deadlines that are specified in their permits and agreements with the regulatory agencies. The County and the District are seeking quality consulting firms with experience in: native habitat preservation, restoration and creation, environmental document preparation, environmental permitting, permit compliance, environmental planning, surveying of biological, ecological, cultural and other environmental resources, monitoring, reporting, consultation, conducting feasibility studies, water quality, soil, air quality/climate change, and noise analysis, re-vegetation, arborists and landscape managing, vector, pest, and aquatic spraying, working with habitat conservation agencies handling southern California native and exotic biological resources, landscaping with southern California native species, handling and management of southern California cultural/tribal resources, and public relations.
AED7740052 - As-Needed Environmental Services for Water Resources Branch (Addendum Count: 5)
3/16/2017 5/1/2017
The County of Los Angeles Department of Public Works (Public Works) is inviting proposals from qualified firms to provide a waste characterization study for the County of Los Angeles unincorporated areas (CUAs). Public Works is proposing a waste characterization study to examine solid waste composition and generation rates originating out of particular sectors in the CUAs, and the highest and best use alternatives for diverting major components of the waste stream. The results of this study will enable Public Works to more confidently design programs which address accurate trends in solid waste disposal and diversion.
AED7740053 - Waste Characterization Study for Los Angeles County Unincorporated Areas (Addendum Count: 4)
Bids may be submitted electronically using Bid Express, www.BidExpress.com
3/7/2017 5/3/2017
The work to be performed under this program is for as-needed emergency repair services of Public Works infrastructure, including but not limited to flood control facilities, during an emergency. Flood control facilities may include, dams, debris basins, spreading grounds, pump stations, low flow diversions, seawater barriers projects, channel walls, channel inverts, channel access roads and ramps, channel drop structures, catch basins, inlet/outlet structures, ocean outlet structures, corrugated metal pipes (CMP), reinforced concrete pipes and boxes, and associated appurtenant structures. Repair work may include, but not limited to, civil, structural, mechanical, and electrical work. The Contractor shall be required to restore the maintenance facilities to their original undamaged condition. Public Works may require the Contractor to perform repairs of flood facilities 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including holidays during emergencies.
AED7740056 - As-Needed Emergency Facilities Repair Services Program For Flood Maintenance Division (Addendum Count: 1)
4/13/2017 5/17/2017
Road maintenance facilities may include, but are not limited to, paved streets, road shoulders and slopes (embankments), road culverts and swales, dip crossings, improved and unimproved sidewalks, parkways, and bridges. The Contractor shall be required to restore the maintenance facilities to their original undamaged condition.
AED7740069 - As-Needed Emergency Facilities Repair Services for Road Maintenance Division (Addendum Count: 5)
3/30/2017 5/1/2017
The work includes the utility connection to new laundry equipment, electrical and plumbing upgrades to the current laundry building, refurbishment of the inmate restroom and employee break room. Laundry equipment is furnished and installed by others. A second mandatory pre-bid conference and site visit is scheduled for 5/4/17 at 9:00 a.m. at the project site. Bidders who attended the first site visit are not required to attend the second pre-bid confernece and site visit. The bid submittal deadline is extended to 5/18/17 at 10:30 a.m.
AED7740077 - Pitchess Laundry and Water Tanks Replacement Project (Addendum Count: 1)
4/10/2017 5/18/2017
The project consists of, but is not limited to, grading, landscaping, irrigation, tree trimming, asphalt paving, striping, electrical upgrades, signage, fencing, vehicular gate, and retainage structures.
AED7740078 - Altadena Sheriff's Station Parking Lot Project (Addendum Count: 1)
4/11/2017 5/9/2017
The work consists of a broad array of maintenance, repair, remodel and refurbishment of County infrastructure and facilities projects under the direction of Public Works. Public Works will hold a mandatory prebid conference for all JOC bids at 3:00 p.m., May 2, 2017, at 900 South Fremont Avenue, Conference Room D, Alhambra, California 91803, to provide information on the JOC, bidding process, and answer any questions that potential bidders may have. It is required that the pre-bid conference be attended by the President or Owner of each Bidder only. The Bidder must submit to the County the Articles of Incorporation or a notarized document identifying the attendee within 24 hours after the conference. In County's sole discretion, failure to comply with this requirement may be a basis to reject the bid as non-responsive. The maximum dollar value of each contract is $4,600,000. JOC Specification Packets and Bid Forms may be downloaded for free from the Los Angeles County Public Works website, or are available for purchase at the Cashiers Office of Public Works. Individual bid sets are $15, or all for $110. For further directions, please contact Mr. Mark Martinez with Business Relations and Contracts Division at (626) 458-2540.
AED7740079 - Job Order Contract 1700 - 1709
4/17/2017 5/15/2017
Bridge Preventive Maintenance
RDC0015831 - Bridge Preventive Maintenance Program - Group 5
Bids may be submitted electronically using Bid Express, www.BidExpress.com
4/18/2017 5/16/2017
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