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REQUEST FOR BIDS: COMPACT TRACK LOADERS, TOW TRAILERS & ATTACHMENTS

The Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA), a local public agency exercising joint powers, is seeking bids from qualified heavy equipment vendors for (1) Bobcat T450 compact track loaders with a standard cab C-10 package with joystick controls; P-10 performance package – Manual Bob Tach standard flow, single- speed performance, horsepower- 55, operating weight – 6,424 pounds, auxiliary flow – 16.7, and powered with a Tier 4 rated engine, with a 62’ combination bucket attachment. (1) Bobcat T450 compact track loader with an enclosed cab C-20 package, with joystick controls; with a P-10 performance package – Manuel Bob tach standard flow, single speed performance; horsepower – 55, operating weight- 6424 pounds, auxiliary flow-16.7 and powered with a Tier 4 rated engine, with a 62’ Heavy Duty Bucket loader attachments. (1) Trencher LT213 attachment operating weight 725llbs, flow range -11 to 18 GPM, dig depth 36’ and maximum operating pressure 3300 psi. (2) Tow Master trailer T-14 D approximately payload of 14,000/6350, GVWR of 18,200/8255, GAWR of 14,400/6531; must come with adjustable hitch height, RV electrical plug, grommet mounted LED lights, mud flaps, adjustable ramp with spacing. (1) Trailer Wench with a rated line pull of 5800llbs, motor: permanent magnet 1.87HP 12vDC, controller: wired handheld 20 feet lead, gear train: three stage planetary, gear ratio: 218:1, wench mounting bolt pattern: 4.5×4”, plate mounting bolt pattern: 12x 5.8”, and weight: 57LBs.  Prospective bidders may obtain the required specifications and bids here.  

Sealed bids will be accepted until 11:00 am on Thursday April 1st, 2022, in the office of the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority at 570 W Ave 26, Suite 100, Los Angeles, CA 90065; bids will be opened and publicly read at that time. This is a public works project as defined in Labor Code 1720. One contract or multiple contracts will be awarded to the lowest qualified bidder(s). Deadline for questions should be submitted in writing to the Operations Manager of this bid project – Rocky Capili at: rocky.capili@mrca.ca.gov by 5:00 pm on Friday, March 25th, 2022. Any clarifications will be provided in writing by Wednesday March 30th, 2022 and posted to this website.

RFB-Compact Track loaders and Equipment 3-18-22






REQUEST FOR BIDS: WEED ABATEMENT

The Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA) is seeking bids from weed abatement contractors for brushing of numerous parcels in Los Angeles County area.

Prospective bidders may obtain a list of the required selected MRCA parcels and bid forms here.  Sealed bids will be accepted until 2 p.m. on March 15th, 2022, in the main office of the Conejo Recreation & Park District, located at 403 W Hill Drive, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360. All sealed bids will be opened and publicly read at that time. This is a public works project as defined in Labor Code 1720 and will require prevailing wages if bids exceed over $25,000. At the time of bid submission, and at all times during the term of the contract agreement, the weed abatement contractor shall hold a CSLB C-61/D-49 license issued by the state of California. The deadline for all questions will be March 8th, by 2 pm submitted in writing to Leigh Croley at leigh.croley@mrca.ca.gov, and any clarifications to questions will be provided in writing and posted to this website by March 11th, 2022.

Download the full bid package here: Bid package- brushing March 2022

Download Addendum 01 here: ADDENDUM 01 issued Brush clearance March 11th 2022






REQUEST FOR BIDS: RAMIREZ CANYON PARK IRRIGATION

Update 2/4/2022: Bids are currently being reviewed.

The Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA), a local public agency exercising joint powers, is seeking bids from licensed contractors for work located at 5750 Ramirez Canyon Road, Malibu, CA 90265. The work for the Ramirez Canyon Park Irrigation project includes but is not limited to the testing and removal of existing irrigation materials, new installation of irrigation controllers, backflows, flow sensors, shutoffs, main lines, lateral lines, sleeving under paving, valves, valve boxes, sprinkler heads, risers, drippers, and drip emitters.  The contractor shall furnish all labor, materials, equipment, services, and incidental materials necessary for the irrigation work. Additional improvements shall include but are not limited to removal and replacement of hardscape for purposes of installing new irrigation sleeving, as approved by the owner. All services must meet and comply with local and state laws and regulations.

There is a mandatory job walk for bidders on Thursday, December 16, 2021, at 10:30 am at the project site. Sealed bids will be accepted until 12:00 PM on Thursday, January 6, 2022, in the main office of the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority at 570 W. Avenue 26, Suite 100, Los Angeles, CA, 90065, and will be opened and publicly read at that time. To receive the bid documents, please send an email request to MRCA Staff Landscape Architect, Gabriella Golik (gabriella.golik@mrca.ca.gov). All questions should be submitted via the email listed above to the Staff Landscape Architect by 5:00 p.m. on December 22, 2021. Any clarifications will be provided in writing by December 29, 2021.


SOLICITUD DE OFERTAS: IRRIGACION PARA EL PARQUE EN RAMIREZ CANYON

Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA, siglas en inglés), una agencia pública local que ejerce poderes conjuntos está buscando ofertas de contratistas con licencia para un trabajo ubicado en 5750 Ramirez Canyon Road, Malibu, CA 90265. El trabajo para el proyecto de riego de Ramirez Canyon Park incluye, entre otros, la examinación y eliminación de materiales de riego existentes, nueva instalación de controladores automáticos, contraflujos, sensores de flujo, válvulas de cierre, tuberías principales, tuberías laterales, mangas debajo del pavimento, válvulas, cajas de válvulas, cabezas de rociadores, elevadores de rociadores, goteros y emisores de goteo. El contratista proporcionará toda la mano de obra, materiales, equipos, servicios y materiales incidentales necesarios para el trabajo de riego. Las mejoras tambien incluirán, entre otras, el remover y el reemplazo de superficies duras con el fin de instalar nuevas mangas de riego, según lo aprobado por el propietario. Todos los servicios deben cumplir con las leyes y regulaciones locales y estatales.

Hay una caminata de trabajo obligatoria para los oferentes el 16 de diciembre de 2021 a las 10:30 a.m. en el sitio del proyecto. Las ofertas selladas serán aceptadas hasta las 12:00 PM el jueves, 6 de enero de 2022 en la oficina principal de Mountains Recreation & Conservation Authority (MRCA, siglas en ingles) en 570 W. Avenue 26, Suite 100, Los Ángeles, CA, 90065, y serán abiertas y leídas públicamente en ese momento. Para recibir los documentos de la oferta, envíe una solicitud por correo electrónico a Gabriella Golik (gabriella.golik@mrca.ca.gov). Todas las preguntas deben presentarse por correo electrónico antes de las 5:00 p.m el 22 de diciembre de 2021. Cualquier aclaración se proporcionará por escrito antes del 29 de diciembre de 2021.”









Disadvantaged Business Participation

Diversity, inclusion, equity, and relevancy are essential to MRCA’s ability to achieve protection of Southern California’s open space and recreation resources. The MRCA recognizes that there is a fundamental right of all people to equitably access Southern California’s rich environmental resources and participate in decisions that affect these resources. The historic pattern of environmental burdens borne disproportionately by disadvantaged communities can be altered through deliberate practices that increase inclusion and participation. MRCA’s purchasing power can be used to promote environmental equity, diversity, and inclusion in all forms.

In 2017, MRCA’s Governing Board adopted an Outreach and Advertising Policy for contracts and established a target participation rate for disadvantaged business enterprises of 20%.









Short List for Professional & Architecture/Engineering Services

In October 2020 MRCA conducted a Request for Statements of Qualifications for Professional Services. The next RFQ cycle for Professional Services will occur in 2023. Six firms were selected for a two-year contract for on-call services, subject to Governing Board approval:

Geotechnical Engineering On-Call Services:  Gorian & Associates*

Civil Engineering, Topographic Surveying and Mapping On-Call Services: Moran Consulting Corporation*

Architecture On-Call Services: office42 architecture*

Environmental Consulting and CEQA On-Call Services: Rincon Consultants, Inc.

Construction Management On-Call Services: TELACU Construction Management

Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing Engineering On-Call Services: Turpin & Rattan Engineering, Inc.*

 

Fifty-three firms, listed below, were deemed to have demonstrated competence and qualifications, and were placed on a short list. This list will be used to solicit proposals for specific projects as opportunities arise.

Architecture and Planning

BOA Architecture*

Duvivier Architects*

Levin & Associates Architects*

office42 architecture*

Swift Lee Office, Inc.*

 

Civil Engineering, Topographic Survey, and Mapping

Albert A. Webb Associates

Geosyntec

Hunsaker & Associates Irvine, Inc.*

KOA Corporation

Moran Consulting Corporation*

P A Arca Engineering Inc.*

Psomas

Uniplan Engineering, Inc.*

VCA Engineers, Inc.*

 

Environmental Consulting

ECORP Consulting, Inc.

Fehr & Peers

Rincon Consultants, Inc.

Ruth Villalobos & Associates*

SWCA Environmental Consultants

UltraSystems Environmental Inc.*

Wildscape Restoration*

 

Construction Management and Cost Estimating

Atlas Project Support*

Berg & Associates, Inc.*

Cumming

Dabri, Inc.*

EQS Consultants, Inc.*

GK & Associates*

Griffin Structures

Knowland Construction Services*

RWBID Design + Constuction*

TELACU Construction Management

 

Geotechnical Engineering

Fenagh Engineering & Testing

Geocon West, Inc.

Gorian & Associates*

Shannon & Wilson

Multi-Discipline Engineering

Turpin & Rattan Engineering, Inc.*

Coffman Engineers, Inc.

 

Landscape Architecture

Architerra Design Group

Duane Border Design

EPT DESIGN

HKLA *

Kounkuey Design Initiative (KDI)

KTUA

MIG

OLIN*

rhaa Landscape Architecture and Planning*

RJM Design Group, Inc*

SALT Landscape Architects*

Studio-MLA*

SWA

Thomas Sabin Studio

Withers & Sandgren, Ltd*

 

Hydrologist

BlueGreen Consulting

*Firms that self-reported a disadvantaged business certification (including small business enterprise, minority business enterprise, woman-owned business enterprise, and disabled veteran business enterprise.