Construction, operation, and maintenance of a new 230-kilovolt (kV) switching station in the City of San Francisco at 1755 Egbert Avenue. The facility will connect the local 230 kV system by reconfiguring existing and installing new underground single-circuit 230 kV transmission lines.
Construction of a new 13,860 SF single-story shed building housing electrical control switching gear, architectural perimeter screening, site improvements, and landscaping. The GIS Hall will house GIS switchgear equipment, control cabinets, connecting cable trenches, and overhead gantry crane. This Scope does not include electrical switchgear equipment and transmission lines which are provided by others.
Contractor design-build EDTTEX piles as required for perimeter security enclosure to be subcontracted to PG&E prequalified venders.
Shoring design / excavation
Pile design – EDTTEX piles
Prebid RFI’s due by Noon on 9/24/21
Construction Start – January 2022
Construction Finish – December 2022
Material Origin Statement: Provide a statement indicating the country of origin of major materials and
components not originating in or manufactured in the United States. Absence of such a statement in the
proposal may be interpreted as designating domestic materials and components.
Subcontractor/Supplier CPUC Clearinghouse Certified business participation is encouraged.
Subcontractor/Supplier Registered Small Business Certified business participation is encouraged.
SUPPLIER AND ITS SUBCONTRACTORS OF ALL TIERS MUST COMPLY WITH PG&E’S SUPPLY CHAIN RESPONSIBILITY POLICY IN THE AWARD OF ALL SUBCONTRACTS. This Policy requires that small and diverse businesses shall have the maximum practicable opportunity to participate in the performance of work, including Small Business Enterprises (“SBEs”); and Women, Minority, Disabled Veteran and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Business Enterprises (“WMDVLGBTBEs”).
Qualifying Subcontractors must be certified as follows:
a. Small Business Enterprises must be registered as a small business with a state or federal agency (e.g. California Department of General Services or Small Business Administration);
b. Women-, minority-, and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender-owned businesses must be certified by the California Public Utilities Commission’s Supplier Clearinghouse; and
c. Service disabled veteran-owned businesses must be certified by the California Department of General Services