Bid Details
Request/Notice for Qualifications for Biosolids Digester Facilities - T-05.02 Miscellaneous Metals Supply and Installation Package 2 -B600

Bid due

5:00 PM

  • Type Professional Services
  • Department Infrastructure Division
Project Description
While information may be periodically added to this Project Description page, it exists only as a courtesy.  Please only rely on official updates provided by MWH Constructors / Webcor Builders Joint Venture and MWH/Webcor's BuildingConnected website.

The Request for Qualifications (RFQ) documents may be found online via BuildingConnected at MWH/Webcor BuildingConnected Website:

After accessing the link, Applicants will be directed to a BuildingConnected Public Plan Room where Applicants will find the RFQ packages and instructions on how to download the RFQ documents. Applicants shall submit statements of qualifications to MWH/Webcor via BuildingConnected Website NO LATER THAN August 18, 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-05.02 Miscellaneous Metals Supply and Installation Package 2 -B600.

Furnish and install all miscellaneous metal, metal stairs, railings, davits, and hoisting equipment; monorail hoists, gantry cranes, davit cranes, bridge hoist for Facility 600 and Trench H. Facility 600 is a structural concrete and steel building (approx. 100,000 sq ft). Trench H is a below-grade concrete tunnel (approx. 600 sq ft) that connects Facility 600 to existing Facility 960 Gallery. Embeds and anchor bolt templates will be furnished F.O.B. Jobsite for off-loading by others.

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”), Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD), 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. In addition, we strongly encourage bidders to support the community by utilizing Hyper-Local LBEs and also hiring local residents of Bayview Hunters Point to fulfil the LBE participation and disadvantaged hiring goals. A list of Hyper-Local LBE firms is available on our website

Request for proposal

    5:00 PM
    Francisco Camacho at

Pre-Submittal Conference

  • DATE
  • TIME
    Not Mandatory