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San Joaquin County Department of Public Works

1810 East Hazelton Avenue, Stockton, CA 95205
(209) 468-3000

The overall mission of the San Joaquin County Department of Public Works is to plan, design, construct, operate and maintain the County infrastructure, which includes public roads, transportation systems, bridges, water, wastewater, channel maintenance and solid waste disposal systems of the County, in order to best serve the interests of the people. These systems are maintained to protect the health and welfare of the public and the County’s financial investments. Public Works also provides vehicle support for the County, including procurement support, heavy and light vehicle maintenance and repair, and daily rental services.

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Upcoming Solicitations

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Benjamin Holt Drive Safety Improvements, State Aid Project No. HSIPSL-5929(320)
The work is located at the Intersection of Benjamin Holt Drive and Leesburg Place, west of North Pershing Avenue. The work, in general, consists of installing a pedestrian crosswalk across Benjamin Holt Drive, and adding an additional curb ramp to intercept pedestrians at the northwest corner of the Benjamin Holt Dr/Leesburg PI intersection. Base Estimate Range between $105,000 and $127,000
06/27/2024 08:31 PM UTC
Jahant Road Resurfacing 2024
The work is located north of the City of Lodi, East of State Route 99. The work, in general, consists of repairing and resurfacing approximately 1.80 miles of roadway with asphalt concrete. Base Estimate Range between $575,000 and $710,000
06/27/2024 08:31 PM UTC
Lucerne Avenue and Paradise Avenue Resurfacing
The work, is located North of the City of Tracy. The work, in general, consists of repairing and resurfacing approximately 3.15 miles of existing rural roadways with asphalt concrete. Base Estimate Range between $1,430,000 and $1,750,000
06/27/2024 08:31 PM UTC
SJCDPW-RFP-24-04
San Joaquin County Department of Public Works (SJCDPW) requests technical proposals from qualified consulting firms to undertake, perform, and complete the tasks set forth in Request for Proposals (RFP) – SJCDPW-RFP-24-04. The selected qualified consulting management firm (FIRM) will perform professional services for the Advanced Clean Energy Fleet Transition Assessment Plan (PLAN). The selected consultant will perform analytical and technical services for the proposed PLAN to develop a Zero-Emission Vehicle (ZEV) adoption plan for our fleet to remain in compliance with the California Air Resources Board (CARB), Advanced Clean Fleet regulations (ACF) for government agencies The PLAN will address all vehicles and departments within the San Joaquin County. FIRM will be requested to enter into a Consulting Services Agreement with San Joaquin County (County). All work shall comply with San Joaquin County Policies. The requested professional services shall include, but will not be limited to, the following: • Analyze the current County fleet, ZEV marketplace, and infrastructure • Analyze and identify products within the marketplace that are equitable replacements for existing ICE vehicles • Analyze and identify infrastructure to meet ZEV charging requirements for each location • Develop a plan to introduce ZEVs into San Joaquin County’s fleet and maintain compliance with CARB ACF • Analyze and identify funding sources for ZEVs and infrastructure i.e.: grants, low cost lending, etc. The deadline for submitting technical proposals to SJCDPW will be no later than 4:00 p.m. on Monday, July 15, 2024. SJCDPW’s standard business practice strives to ensure that a consultant’s professional qualifications meet the needs and services to be performed, the payment method is appropriate, and the cost is fair and reasonable to the public agency. A copy of SJCDPW-RFP-24-04 is available to view at the Internet address: https://www.sjgov.org/department/pwk/rfps_and_rfqs and https://www.bidexpress.com . All prospective consultants must register for solicitation No. SJCDPW-RFP-24-04 to be added to the Proposers’ List and, if necessary, receive a Notice of Release of Addendum. It is imperative that prospective consultants check the solicitation Web page often for the status and/or modifications. Alternative arrangements may be made to secure a hard copy of SJCDPW-RFP-24-04 or general questions regarding the solicitation by contacting Mr. Nhan Tran, Management Analyst II, at email address: ntran@sjgov.org .
07/15/2024 11:00 PM UTC
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11/18/2021 06:55 PM UTC
SJCDPW-RFP-21-B
The San Joaquin County Department of Public Works Community Infrastructure Engineering Division (County) is requesting proposals from consultants to undertake, perform, and complete the tasks set forth in Request for Proposals – SJCDPW-RFP-21-B. The County will select two consultants for the proposed design of Lincoln Village and Colonial Heights Maintenance District Water Main Replacement Project Phase 1 (Project). The highest ranked Consultant will provide design engineering services for the Lincoln Village Maintenance District. The second ranked Consultant will provide design engineering services for the Colonial Heights Maintenance District. Consultants will be requested to enter into consultant services agreement with the County as set forth in this Request for Proposals (RFP). Lincoln Village is a San Joaquin County special district located in an unincorporated area within the City of Stockton. The Project area is from Pershing Avenue to Pacific Avenue, and from Lincoln Road to Douglas Road, and encompasses approximately 25,000 linear feet of water mains. The Lincoln Village water distribution system is interconnected with the City of Stockton water supply system. The proposal shall include scope of work, cost proposals, and schedule. Colonial Heights is a San Joaquin County special district located in an unincorporated area within the City of Stockton. The Project area is from Balboa Avenue to Thornton Road, and from Hammer Lane to Mosher Slough Levee, and encompasses approximately 20,500 linear feet of water mains. The Colonial Heights water distribution system is interconnected with the City of Stockton water supply system. The proposal shall include scope of work, cost proposals, and schedule.
11/05/2021 11:00 PM UTC
SJCDPW-RFP-21-04
The San Joaquin County Department of Public Works (SJCDPW) requests technical proposals from qualified consulting Construction Quality Assurance (CQA) firms to undertake, perform, and complete tasks set forth in the Request for Proposals (SJCDPW-RFP-21-04). In general, the work consists of providing construction administration and project inspection services for the construction of Area 6 at the North County Sanitary Landfill (PROJECT). For Area 6 at North County Landfill, the design will include single-composite liner on native soil over Area 6 and leachate collection equipment. The selected CQA FIRM will prepare a Certification Report for submittal to the appropriate agencies for their review. Acceptance of the PROJECT by those agencies is of the essence in this PROJECT. The selected CQA FIRM will also report to the SJCDPW Resident Engineer for the purpose of assisting the Field Engineering Division in administering the PROJECT. The selected CQA FIRM shall observe, verify and document the PROJECT’s construction activities sufficient for acceptance by the RWQCB (Sacramento office). Estimated CONSULTANT FIRM Service Dates North County Landfill Area 6 (dates are approximate) Materials testing April 2022 Work on site May 2022 Work on-site finished (70 working days) July 2022 Estimated CONSULTANT Services Duration: Through completion of construction, anticipated to be December 2022 Estimated CONSULTANT time on-site: 70 10-hour days A copy of SJCDPW-RFP-21-04 is available to view at the Internet address: https://www.BidExpress.com and https://www.sjgov.org/department/pwk/rfps_and_rfqs All prospective proposers must register for each particular solicitation in order to be added to the Proposers’ List and, if necessary, receive a Notice of Release of Addendum. It is imperative that prospective consultant proposers check the solicitation Internet page often for the status of and/or modifications to SJCDPW-RFP-21-04. Alternative arrangements may be made to secure a hard copy of SJCDPW-RFP-21-04 or questions regarding the Request for Qualifications by calling Mr. Nhan Tran at the telephone number (209) 953-7452 or at email address: ntran@sjgov.org.
10/01/2021 11:00 PM UTC
SJCDPW-RFQ-21-02
The San Joaquin Public Works Department, Water Resources Division (Division) is seeking a qualified consultant to support the Eastern San Joaquin Groundwater Authority (GWA), a Joint Powers Authority comprised of 16 Groundwater Sustainability Agencies (GSA) that collaborated to produce the Eastern San Joaquin Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP) for this critically overdrafted basin, in the development of a Basin Accounting Framework and an Evaluation of Funding and Financing Alternatives (Framework and Funding Alternatives). A preferred consultant will be selected based on the qualifications statement provided; after which a final scope, schedule and budget will then be negotiated, and an agreement to provide specific anticipated deliverables and services will be executed. It is anticipated that the work would be conducted over one year with an option to renew. The selected consultant shall be required to provide all labor, equipment, tools, and facilities necessary for the completion of the requested services. The Solicitation Schedule is as follows: Request for Proposals Released.. ………..........................Friday, August 27, 2021 Written Questions Submitted by.........................................Thursday, September 10, 2021 Release Response to Written Questions........ …………… Friday, September 17, 2024 Statement of Qualifications Due by 4:00 pm.......................Friday, September 24, 2021 by 4:00 PM Consultant Notification, Selection/Ranking.........................Wednesday, December 8,2021 Notice to Proceed........................................... …………… Monday, January 3, 2022 A copy of SJCDPW-RFQ-21-02 is available to view at the Internet address: https://www.BidExpress.com and https://www.sjgov.org/department/pwk/rfps_and_rfqs All prospective proposers must register for each particular solicitation in order to be added to the Proposers’ List and, if necessary, receive a Notice of Release of Addendum. It is imperative that prospective consultant proposers check the solicitation Internet page often for the status of and/or modifications to SJCDPW-RFQ-21-02. Alternative arrangements may be made to secure a hard copy of SJCDPW-RFQ-21-02 or questions regarding the Request for Qualifications by calling Mr. Nhan Tran at the telephone number (209) 953-7452 or at email address: ntran@sjgov.org.
09/24/2021 11:00 PM UTC
Critical Erosion Repair (NA0017_15_LM00.86 / Upper Mormon Slough Erosion Repair Project
The work is located on the right and left banks of the Upper Mormon Slough, downstream of the Escalon-Bellota Road Bridge. The work, in general, consists of removing vegetation and trees, placing rock slope protection and seeding the banks. Base Estimate Range Between $5,387,900 and $6,136,214
09/23/2021 08:31 PM UTC
SJCDPW-RFP-21-B
BAT /BIRD EXCLUSION AND MONITORING FOR THE WIMER ROAD BRIDGE (29C-303) OVER NORTH BRANCH INDIAN CREEK REPLACEMENT PROJECT (FEDERAL PROJECT NO. BRLO-5929 [235])
08/27/2021 11:00 PM UTC
Brennan Avenue Resurfacing
The work is located partially in the City of Escalon and north of the Escalon City Limits. The work, in general, consists of repairing and resurfacing approximately 3.1 miles of roadway with asphalt concrete. Base Estimate Range Between $1,140,000 and $1,395,000
08/05/2021 08:31 PM UTC
South 99 Frontage Road (East) Resurfacing
The work is located east of the City of Stockton. The Project, in general, consists of repairing and resurfacing approximately 1.3 miles of existing roadway with asphalt concrete. Base Estimate Range Between $570,000 and $670,000
08/05/2021 08:31 PM UTC
SJCDPW-RFP-21-A
County of San Joaquin Department of Public Works (County) operates a potable water system that serves approximately 328 service connections to primarily residential customers in the Raymus Village Maintenance District (District) near Manteca, CA. The District obtains all of its drinking water from two wells that are operated by the County. The concentrations of 1,2,3-trichloropropane (TCP) for Well 1 have exceeded the primary maximum contaminant level (MCL) set by the Division of Drinking Water of the State Water Resources Control Board (DDW) and a compliance order has been issued. The proposed water treatment system improvements aim to address these violations and bring the system into compliance.
07/02/2021 11:00 PM UTC
Turner Road Resurfacing
The work is located west of the Lodi City Limits. The work, in general, consists of repairing and resurfacing approximately one mile of roadway with asphalt concrete. Base Estimate Range Between $545,000 and $670,000
07/01/2021 08:31 PM UTC
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