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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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SJCDPW-RFP-24-02
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-24-02. The selected consulting firm will perform professional and technical engineering services for the Mariposa Road and Escalon-Bellota Specific Plan (PLAN). The Plan will be used to identify recommended interim and ultimate improvements necessary to accommodate forecasted traffic volumes; right-of-way needs; timing for implementation of improvements; preliminary cost estimates for improvements; and will also consist of preparation of a program level California Environmental Quality Act environmental document. A Final Report will be prepared summarizing analysis, findings, and recommendations. The Scope of Work includes: conducting a comprehensive review of the study area consisting of an evaluation of existing conditions, field survey, land use projections, traffic projections, traffic/circulation analysis, interim Project alternatives, ultimate roadway plan line, and environmental analysis. A Specific Road Plan and Final Report will be prepared to present the results of the review and recommend a preferred design alternative. Public participation and involvement will be an essential element of the process. The successful consultant firm and/or consultant team will be requested to enter into a consultant services agreement with San Joaquin County as set forth in this Request for Proposals (RFP). The deadline for submitting technical proposals is no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, March 8, 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-24-02 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-24-02 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. Alternative arrangements may be made to secure a hard copy of SJCDPW-RFP-24-02 or general questions regarding the solicitation by calling Mr. Nhan Tran, Management Analyst II, at email address: ntran@sjgov.org .
03/09/2024 12:00 AM UTC
SJCDPW-RFQ-24-02
The San Joaquin County Department of Public Works (SJCDPW) is soliciting qualifications from construction management firms. These firms are sought to provide professional and technical services for construction administration and project inspection on an as-needed basis for various projects in San Joaquin County. The scope of professional services may encompass a range of projects, such as resurfacing, minor concrete work, bridge structures, intersection signalization, street lighting, and water/wastewater facilities, among others, for each assigned specific project. Professional services may include, but are not limited to, the following: constructability reviews, servicing as California licensed resident engineer, construction management and inspection, surveying, construction staking/surveying, contract administration, and project record services. SJCDPW will establish a list of two to three CM consulting firms. Each selected consultant will be selected to provide CM services on an “on-call” basis, and a Purchase Agreement will be executed with each consultant. The total amount of all projects assigned to a selected firm will not exceed $200,000 per fiscal year. Fixed unit pricing and the not-to-exceed amount will be established for each assignment. The method of payment for each assignment will be based on actual cost plus a fixed fee. The method of procurement for the “on-call” list will be an open and competitive process and will document and support the justification for the selection. The “on-call” list will be in effect for a two-year period with the option of SJCDPW to extend the period for one additional year. The deadline for submitting qualifications to SJCDPW will be no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, March 15, 2024. A copy of SJCDPW-RFQ-24-02 is available to view at the following Internet address: https://www.sjgov.org/department/pwk/rfps-and-rfqs https://www.infotechinc.com/bidexpress/ . All prospective consultants must register for each particular solicitation (SJCDPW-RFQ-24-02) 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. Alternative arrangements may be made to secure a hard copy of SJCDPW-RFQ-24-02 or general questions regarding the solicitation by contacting Mr. Nhan Tran, at ntran@sjgov.org
03/15/2024 11:00 PM UTC
Lone Tree Road and Victory Road Resurfacing
The work is located northeast of the City of Escalon. The work, in general, consists of repairing and resurfacing approximately 4.5 miles of roadway with asphalt concrete. Base Estimate Range between $1,553,000 and $1,918,000
03/21/2024 08:31 PM UTC
Bridge Approach Railings Replacement, State Aid Project No. HSIPSL-5929(318)
The work is located at Minor Structure W181 on West Lane over Wind River Slough, Bridges 29C-143 on West Lane over Pixley Slough, 29C-144 on West Lane over Woodbridge Canal, 29C-008 on Lower Sacramento Road over Overflow Channel, 29C-138 on Lower Sacramento Road over Mokelumne River. The work, in general, consists of replacing the existing substandard bridge approach railing with Caltrans Standard bridge approach railing, and end terminal. Base Estimate Range between $210,200 and $231,200
03/21/2024 08:31 PM UTC
4 Solicitations

Closed Solicitations

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Crack Seal 2024
The work is located in various locations throughout the County. The work, in general, consists of crack sealing approximately 24 miles of existing urban and rural roadways throughout San Joaquin County with crack treatment material. Base Estimate Range between $685,000 and $840,000.
01/11/2024 09:31 PM UTC
Thornton Road Resurfacing
The work is located west of the City of Lodi. The work, in general, consists of repairing and resurfacing approximately 0.80 mile of roadway with asphalt concrete. Base Estimate Range between $1,110,000 and $1,360,000
01/11/2024 09:30 PM UTC
SJCDPW-RFP-23-05
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-23-05. The selected consulting firm (CONSULTANT) will perform professional and technical engineering services for the San Joaquin Countywide Sidewalk Connectivity Plan (PLAN). The PLAN will focus on creating a comprehensive database of sidewalk coverage at targeted locations throughout unincorporated San Joaquin County (County). The ideal Plan will identify, assess, and track the condition and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance of the existing sidewalk infrastructure. Ultimately, the goal is to analyze present existing conditions of over 325 miles of roadway in the unincorporated County and recommend improvements to increase connectivity, accessibility, and safety of the sidewalk network. Likewise, the end result will also include identification of potential Active Transportation Program eligible projects. The requested services will include extensive outreach, proposing pedestrian improvements, evaluating circulation and making recommendations, and identifying investment strategies for the construction of future projects.. CONSULTANT will be requested to enter into a Consultant Services Agreement with County. All work shall comply with San Joaquin County Policies. The requested professional services shall include, but will not be limited to, the following: • Comprehensive data collection • Multi-Modal Analysis • Safety Analysis • Pedestrian facilities analysis and improvement recommendations • Extensive stakeholder outreach/meetings
12/09/2023 12:00 AM UTC
SJCDPW-RFP-23-04
SJCDPW requests technical proposals from qualified consulting firms to undertake, perform, and complete the tasks set forth in Request for Proposals – SJCDPW-RFP-23-03. The selected consulting firm will perform professional services for the Countywide Computerized Maintenance Management System Software (CMMS). SJCDPW desires to transform current processes into a data-driven service tool designed to receive, track, and display status on service requests via various portals (i.e., phone, web, customer service representative, etc.). The qualified consulting firm will convert these service requests into work orders as circumstances dictate, and be able to store and utilize the data captured as a result of all service related activity to conduct data analysis to calculate cost of services provided by SJCDPW, and identify areas of importance based on activity (trend analysis). SJCDPW also desires the ability to provide financial forecasts for services based on stored accurate data and to communicate with the SJCDPW’s financial system to ensure sound, strategic cost and expenditure analysis for budget forecasting long-range financial planning. The deadline for submitting technical proposals to SJCDPW will be no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, November 17, 2023. 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-23-03 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-23-03 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-23-03 or general questions regarding the solicitation by calling Mr. Nhan Tran, Management Analyst II, at the telephone number (209) 953-7452.
11/18/2023 12:00 AM UTC
Movable Span Bridges Project, Federal Aid Project No. BRLS-5929(229)
The Work is located in San Joaquin County, California at the following bridges: Bacon Island Road Bridge 29C-108 over Middle River Tracy Boulevard Bridge 29C-022 over Grant Line Canal Eight Mile Road Bridge 29C-114 over Bishop Cut Eight Mile Road Bridge 29C-219 over Honker Cut The work, in general, consists of repairing and/or replacing mechanical and electrical equipment at each of the four bridges. The DBE Contract goal is 22 percent Base Estimate Range Between $5,160,000 and $6,307,000
11/16/2023 09:31 PM UTC
SJAFCA-RFQ-23-01
The San Joaquin Area Flood Control Agency (SJAFCA) invites qualified consulting firms to submit statement of qualifications (SOQ) to perform a variety of professional engineering and related services to support SJAFCA’s flood risk reduction programs. The purpose of this Request for Qualifications (RFQ) is to establish a list of qualified firms per technical discipline that can support SJAFCA’s programs through subsequent consultant service agreements. The most qualified firms may be requested to enter into a master services agreement to provide services on an on-call basis. From time to time, as SJAFCA needs to utilize consultant resources, SJAFCA will either utilize the master services agreement, or issue request proposals from consultants from the required technical discipline. Generally, the services, as described in more detail below, consist of concept and feasibility-level planning support, engineering, environmental, real estate, economic analysis, grant preparation, and supporting technical disciplines required to advance flood risk reduction studies and designs. Special consideration will be given to firms with direct and proven experience on the State of California Department of Water Resources (DWR) Urban Flood Risk Reduction (UFRR) requirements, integration of multi-benefit opportunities and features, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ planning and design processes, and Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) Levee Accreditation Program. Estimated Contract Duration: 3 years with options of 3 annual extensions. Estimated Cumulative Contract Amount: Cumulative task orders are not to exceed $10M per agreement, unless
10/25/2023 11:00 PM UTC
Replacement of Landfill Gas Flare at North County Landfill
The work is located at North County Landfill (17720 E Harney Lane Lodi, Ca 95240). The work, in general, consists of general grading, construction of concrete flare pad, installation of replacement flare and associated electrical work. Base Estimate Range Between $765,000 and $935,000
08/03/2023 08:31 PM UTC
Garden Acres Streets Resurfacing 2022-2023
The work is located east of the City of Stockton. The work, in general, consists of repairing and resurfacing approximately 1 mile of roadway with asphalt concrete. Base Estimate Range Between $520,000 and $629,000
06/29/2023 08:31 PM UTC
Howard Road Resurfacing, Federal Aid Project No. STPL-5929(314)
The work is located southwest of the City of Stockton. The work, in general, consists of repairing and resurfacing approximately 3 miles of existing roadway with asphalt concrete. The DBE Contract goal is 22% Base Estimate Range Between $1,345,000 and $1,661,000
06/22/2023 08:31 PM UTC
Foothill 2023 Landfill Gas System Improvements
The work is located at Foothill Landfill (6484 N Waverly Rd Linden, CA 95236). The work, in general, consists of welding and installing High Density Polyethylene pipe of various sizes above and below grade, drilling and installing vertical gas extraction wells, trenching and installing horizontal gas collectors. Base Estimate Range Between $700,000 and $950,000
06/15/2023 08:31 PM UTC
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