Scope of work includes:
The Work includes but is not limited to, design, site preparation, and construction of a new fire training facility. The site extends across 3.2 acres within an approximately 5.2-acre County-owned parcel. The new fire-training center will consist of an approximately 8,000 square foot training building with classrooms, offices, storage, and exercise Centers. In addition, there will be an approximately 5,500 square foot five-story training tower with simulation rooms for smoke and burning scenarios, equipment storage, and a training control room. There will be parking of approximately 43 spaces, as well as paving enough to meet facility needs, site improvements comprised of landscaping, infrastructure, and public art.
Non-mandatory Pre-Proposal Meeting & Site Walk Info:
Virtual Pre-Proposal Conference will be conducted on Wednesday, October 25,
2023, at 10:00AM. Meeting access will be provided through County website.
Site Visit will be conducted on Wednesday, October 25, 2023, at 1:00PM at the
project site is located at 5053 Gleason Dr., Dublin, CA 94568.
Overaa staff will be onsite immediately following the site walk to discuss project information and bidding details.
Design: March 2024 – February 2025 Construction: March 2025 – February 2027
Project Stabilization Agreement. On October 6, 2020, the County’s Board of Supervisors authorized the County to enter into a Project Stabilization/Community Benefits Agreement (“PSCBA”) (also known as a Project Labor Agreement or “PLA”) for this Project. PSCBA requirements are described in Document 00 73 49 (Project Stabilization/Community Benefits Agreement) For the County of Alameda and California Prevailing Wage Requirements. Bidders are reminded that Section 2500(a)(3) of the California Public Contract Code requires a public entity PLA to include an agreed-upon protocol concerning drug testing for workers employed on the Project.
Note section 00 22 19 Elation Application & Project Stabilization/Community Benefits Agreement in the Project Manual for additional requirements; specifically, being registered and trained to use the Elation Systems.
Prevailing Wage Requirements.
Skilled and Trained Labor Requirements.
MEPF to be design build carried by the Subcontractor.
Best Value Enhancements are encouraged:
– Cost Reduction Options
– Sustainable Design/Life-Cycle Cost
– M/E/P Systems Upgrade
– Schedule Acceleration
Project includes and encourages participation with the Alameda County’s Small Local Emerging Business (SLEB) Program.
The county utilizes the Elation System contract compliance system, awarded subcontractors will be required to register and use this system.
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