Project #: C12772 (RFQual)
Issued by: Tualatin Valley Water District
Publish Date: Nov 16, 2022 12:00AM
Informations Due Date: Dec 8, 2022 2:00PM (Pacific Standard Time) add to calendar
Price Range: 300,000
Status: open
Posted: Nov 14, 2022

Description

Tualatin Valley Water District (District) invites qualified professional firms to submit statements of qualifications (SOQs) for the Request for Qualifications for Owner’s Representative Services for Progressive Design Build (PDB) Delivery for 189th Pump Station and Pipeline Project No. C12772 (Project) (RFQ). The District has recently completed the preliminary design for this Project which includes: replacement of the existing 189th Pump Station, demolition of the existing 2 million gallon 189th reservoir, installation of approximately 1,820 feet of 16-inch ductile iron pipe, demolition of the Goyak Pump Station, and all other improvements as necessary for a functional and seismically resilient system. The 189th facility is located at 7400 SW 189th Ave in Beaverton, Oregon, and the Goyak site is located at 18700 SW Rigert Road in Beaverton, Oregon. The purpose of this RFQ is to solicit qualifications of engineering consultants interested in providing Owner Representative professional services during the procurement, design, and construction of this PDB Project. This is not a request for technical proposals.

The RFQ documents are available at https://bidlocker.us/details/3212_189Th_Pump_Station_Pipeline_Owners_Representative (Bid Locker). Potential proposers who do not already have an approved vendor profile set up with the District will need to register with Bid Locker at https://bidlocker.us/Home/bidlockerus before being able to access the RFQ documents. There is no cost to register.

Registration with Bid Locker requires a correctly completed Confidentiality Agreement, which is available through the registration process.  Following completion of the requested vendor information and upload of the Confidentiality Agreement, the vendor profile will be sent for a manual approval.  Please allow one business day for your vendor profile to be approved.  If it has not been approved within one business day, or if you have questions about this process, please contact heather.speight@tvwd.org.   

RFQ documents may also be obtained in electronic or hard copy format by contacting Megan Verdoorn at Contractor Plan Center, Inc., 5468 SE International Drive, Milwaukie, OR 97222, 503.650.0148, megan@contractorplancenter.com, www.contractorplancenter.com. If a potential proposer obtains the RFQ from Contractor Plan Center, the proposer is still responsible for registering with Bid Locker to submit their SOQ. Proposers are advised to ensure that their Bid Locker District vendor profile is active and approved a minimum of three business days prior to the SOQ Deadline to prevent any issues with submitting an SOQ on time.

Proposers will be notified via email when addenda are published. It is the responsibility of the proposer to obtain all addenda. If the RFQ was downloaded from Bid Locker, there will be a link for addenda provided in the automated email.

All statements of qualifications must be submitted by 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, December 13, 2022 (Deadline) to Bid Locker. Late SOQs, SOQs received by email, fax, or in hard copy will not be accepted or considered. SOQs will not be publicly opened.

District reserves the right to cancel this RFQ, reject any and all SOQs not in compliance with prescribed public contracting procedures and requirements, including proposer responsibility under ORS 279C.375(3)(b), and may reject for good cause any and all SOQs upon District’s finding that it is in District’s or the public’s best interest to do so. District reserves the right to waive informalities and to negotiate a contract with the highest scoring proposer. Proposers need not be licensed under ORS 468A.720 (regarding licensing of contractors on projects involving asbestos abatement).

Proposers are responsible for all costs associated with preparing an SOQ.

Advertised November 16, 2022



Attachments

This project has the following solicitation documents.

Bid Document File Size Notes
33,201
96,874
2,387,382
8,652,242
101,651,525
108,936
98,862,650

You will need to:

  • Unchecked Be logged into Bid Locker
  • Unchecked Be registered with Tualatin Valley Water District

Please note: plan centers are not allowed to download these documents for redistribution.

For Questions or Additional Information, Contact:

Name: Heather Speight
Email: Heather.Speight@TVWD.Org

Interested Parties and Planholders

Interested Parties

These are the vendors who have expressed interest in this solicitation:

Business When
Carollo Engineers Dec 7, 2022
Contractor Plan Center Nov 16, 2022
Emery & Sons Construction Group, LLC Nov 16, 2022
PROTOCAD DESIGNS Nov 17, 2022
Salem Contractors Exchange Nov 16, 2022
Spokane Regional Plan Center Nov 16, 2022
West Yost Associates Dec 7, 2022

Planholders

These are the vendors who have downloaded the solicitation documents:

Business When
Brown and Caldwell Nov 16, 2022
Carollo Engineers Nov 16, 2022
Consor North America, Inc. Nov 16, 2022
Emery & Sons Construction Group, LLC Nov 16, 2022
Geotechnical Resources, Inc. Nov 17, 2022
Hazen and Sawyer Dec 7, 2022
James W. Fowler Co. Nov 18, 2022
Keller Associates, Inc. Nov 16, 2022
Kiewit Engineering Group, Inc. Dec 7, 2022
Rotschy, LLC. Nov 16, 2022
Water Systems Consulting Nov 16, 2022
West Yost Associates Nov 16, 2022

Commodity Codes and Solicitation Change History

Commodity Codes (NIGP):

918-31
Construction Consulting
958-26
Construction Management Services

Changes to This Listing:

Change
The solicitation description has changed.
The following bid documents were added:
189th Owners Rep Addendum 1.pdf
Exhibit F FINAL Preliminary Design Report.pdf
Dec 6, 2022

About Tualatin Valley Water District

About our District

TVWD serves about 215,500 customers in parts of Washington County, Oregon. Our service area covers more than 44 square miles including portions of Beaverton, Hillsboro, Tigard, and unincorporated Washington County. TVWD is a special district, established to provide drinking water, and is governed by an elected Board of Commissioners.

Our Mission: To provide our community quality water and customer service
Our Vision: Delivering the best water, service, value
Our Values: Reliability, Integrity, Stewardship, Excellence, Safety

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