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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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Closed Solicitations

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Alhambra Avenue Resurfacing
The work is located east of the City of Stockton. The work, in general, consists of repairing and resurfacing approximately 0.6 miles of roadway with asphalt concrete. Base Estimate Range Between $279,000 and $341,000
04/08/2021 08:31 PM UTC
Van Allen Road Resurfacing
The work is located northwest of the City of Escalon. The work, in general, consists of repairing and resurfacing approximately 2 miles of roadway with asphalt concrete. Base Estimate Range Between $600,000 and $740,000
04/01/2021 08:30 PM UTC
SJCDPW-RFP-21-01
The 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 – SJCDPW-RFP-20-01. The selected consulting firm (CONSULTANT) will perform professional and technical engineering services for the San Joaquin County Local Roadway Safety Plan (PLAN. The PLAN will focus on developing and preparing a comprehensive local roadway safety program to assist County staff in proactively assessing safety concerns throughout the County. The PLAN will also be used to identify priority projects in response to future Highway Safety Improvement Program calls for projects, and will support the State of California’s Strategic Highway Safety Plan. While San Joaquin County (County) already has several components of a successful PLAN in place, including a collision database, the County desires to expand on its data collection and analysis capabilities to create a comprehensive safety program. The PLAN will be used as a roadmap to collaboratively identify, analyze, and prioritize safety initiatives including infrastructure projects, enforcement actions, and education programs. The deadline for submitting technical proposals to SJCDPW will be no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, March 19, 2021. 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. The specific requirements set forth in SJCDPW-RFP-21-01 should be closely examined and followed by those consultant firms interested in submitting technical proposals and statements of qualifications. A copy of SJCDPW-RFP-21-01 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-21-01 in order to be added to the Proposers’ List and, if necessary, receive a Notice of Release of Addendum and information about the pre-bid meeting. 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-21-01 or general questions regarding the solicitation by calling Mr. Nhan Tran, Management Analyst II, at the telephone number (209) 953-7452.
03/19/2021 11:00 PM UTC
Briggs Road Resurfacing
The work is located north of the City of Lathrop. The work, in general, consists of repairing and resurfacing approximately 1 mile of roadway with asphalt concrete. Base Estimate Range Between: $291,000 and $356,000
03/18/2021 08:31 PM UTC
Seidner Avenue Resurfacing
The work is located east of the City of Escalon. The work, in general, consists of repairing and resurfacing approximately 1.3 miles of roadway with asphalt concrete. Base Estimate Range Between: $409,000 and $500,000
03/18/2021 08:31 PM UTC
Chip Seal 2020-2021
The work is located on various roads throughout San Joaquin County. The Project, in general, consists of chip sealing approximately 46 miles of roadways throughout the County and is part of a seven-year cyclical chip seal program. Base Estimate Range Between $1,676,000 and $2,048,000
03/04/2021 09:30 PM UTC
Lillian Avenue and Stokes Avenue Resurfacing
The work is located east of the City of Stockton. The work, in general, consists of repairing and resurfacing approximately 0.56 miles of roadway with asphalt concrete. Base Estimate Range Between: $295,000 and $362,000
03/04/2021 09:30 PM UTC
Slurry Seal Local Roads 2020-2021
The work is located in various locations throughout the County. The work, in general, consists of applying a slurry seal to approximately 24 miles of existing urban streets. Base Estimate Range Between: $905,000 and $1,116,000
03/04/2021 09:30 PM UTC
Wilcox Road Resurfacing
The work is located east of the City of Stockton. The work, in general, consists of repairing and resurfacing approximately 0.4 miles of existing local (industrial) roadway with asphalt concrete and will include the 340-foot long Calloway Court that intersects with Wilcox Road. Base Estimate Range Between: $244,500 and $299,000
03/04/2021 09:30 PM UTC
SJCDPW-RFQ-20-03
The San Joaquin County Department of Public Works (SJCDPW) requests statements of qualifications from engineering consulting firms to provide on call utility engineering support services for miscellaneous infrastructure projects in San Joaquin County. On call utility engineering support services will include environmental clearances, preparation of plans, specifications and engineer’s estimate (PS&E), coordination, scheduling, and administrative services for miscellaneous infrastructure projects. Registration as a professional engineer licensed in the State of California is required. The professional services will include water, sewer, and storm drainage infrastructure projects on an as-needed basis for each specific project assignment. Specific project assignment may be required to obtain environmental clearance in accordance with National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) as well as California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) guidelines. On-call utility engineering support services may be required for, but not limited to, the following: • Engineering studies • Water source exploration • Preparation of PS&E for various water, sewer, and storm drainage projects • Plan checking • Bidability/constructability reviews • NEPA and CEQA clearances • Assistance with grant applications and reporting • The deadline for submitting qualifications to SJCDPW will be no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, February 19, 2021. A copy of SJCDPW-RFQ-20-03 is available to view at the Internet address: https://www.sjgov.org/pubworks/rfps_and_rfqs . All prospective consultants must register for each particular solicitation (SJCDPW-RFQ-20-03) in order 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. For general questions regarding this Request for Qualifications, please call Mr. Nhan Tran, at the telephone number (209) 953-7452 or email: ntran@sjgov.org
02/20/2021 12:00 AM UTC
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