Bid Details
General Engineering (A License) Construction, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, and Alameda Counties [BID TABULATION]

Bid due

2:00 PM

  • Type Construction
  • Department Infrastructure Division
Project Description
An electronic version of the bidding forms is available by request. To request these materials, email with this Contract No. JOC-101, the firm name, full address, email address, phone number, copy of contractor’s license or business card, and a copy of a government-issued identification. Visit for updates.

A Job Order Contract (“JOC”) is an indefinite quantity contract pursuant to which the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission may accomplish a series of projects with a single, competitively bid contract awarded before the projects are identified. Contractors bid an adjustment factor to pre-set unit prices. Work is accomplished by issuing Task Orders to the successful contractor during the two-year term of the contract. The work is to be performed in San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, and Alameda Counties. The Maximum Contract Amount is $5,000,000.00. The contract will be awarded to the responsible Bidder submitting the lowest responsive bid.

Bid discounts may be applied as per San Francisco Administrative Code Chapter 14B. The Local Business Enterprise (LBE) subcontracting requirement is 16.00%. The LBE subcontracting requirement can only be met with CMD certified San Francisco Micro and Small-LBEs. SFPUC-LBEs cannot be counted towards meeting the LBE subcontracting requirement(s). Prime and Joint Venture level LBE participation cannot be counted towards meeting any of the LBE subcontracting requirement(s). LBE subcontractors must be certified with CMD in the scope of work they are being listed to perform. All Bidders shall submit documented Good Faith efforts with their Bids as directed on CMD Form 2B, except those who exceed the above-stated subcontracting requirement(s) by at least 35%. Refer to CMD Attachment 1. Failure to comply with Chapter 14B requirements may result in a Bid being deemed non-responsive and ineligible for Contract award. Please contact Adriana Duran at (415) 598-7368 or for further information. Subcontracting opportunities may include, but not limited, to the following major types of work: Concrete; Construction Traffic Control Services; Earthwork and Paving; Electrical; General Engineering Construction; Hazardous Waste and Remediation Services; Landscape; Lenel Systems Integration; Painting / Waterproofing; Pipeline; PLC Systems Integration; Solar Contractors; Tree Service; Well Drilling; and Well Pump Repair. The specialized scopes of work include tree removal work within the SFPUC watersheds that will require a D-49 license and be a licensed timber operator (LTO) with previous working relationship with SFPUC biologists; hazardous materials remediation, requires hazardous substance removal certification; electrical work requiring a C-10 license; solar contractors requiring a C-46; well-drilling, which will require a C-57 license; and well pump repairs for the groundwater program, which will require a D-21 license. Along with the anticipated need for specialty manufactured equipment for Lenel Systems and PLC Systems.

Interested Bidders are encouraged to attend by remote means a teleconference pre-bid and contractor networking conference to be held on July 26th, 2023 at 1:00 P.M. To participate by remote means, please access the meeting at this website: Enter meeting ID and then enter Passcode to join. The meeting ID is 844 1906 1562 and the Passcode is 360556. To participate by phone, dial +1 669 219 2599 and enter the meeting ID followed by the # key and then enter the Passcode followed by the # key to join. Attendance of remote attendees will be completed at the end of the pre-bid meeting.

SFPUC encourages Bidders to complete the Safety Prequalification Web Form at at least 3-weeks prior to the date of Bid opening in accordance with Section 00 21 13 – Instructions to Bidders. Bidders are required to pass the Safety Prequalification prior to SFPUC considering their bid submission complete. SFPUC will notify Bidders that have passed the Safety Prequalification prior to or on the date of Bid opening. Refer to Section 00 21 13 – Instructions to Bidders, “Bidder Qualifications” and the website listed above for additional information.

A Class “A” California Contractors License is required to bid. In addition to an A-License, the prime bidder must have successfully completed work on three public works projects within the past ten years, each project with a minimum construction value of $1,500,000. Furthermore, each listed subcontractor must possess appropriate active licenses for the work each subcontractor will be performing.

Request for proposal

    Maximum Contract Amount is $5,000,000.00
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Pre-Bid Conference

  • DATE
  • TIME
    1:00 PM
    Not Mandatory