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This is a public works project consisting of services of a qualified Project Manager with expertise and experience in all phases of design and construction for California public agencies. The RFP includes the following components as identified on the Bid Form: 

• Review and issue RFP put together by District.
• Conduct pre-bid meetings with potential bidders.
• Review pre-bid questions, and issue necessary clarification and interpretation of the contract documents in consultation with WaterWorks Engineering.
• Issue any necessary addendum to the bid package.
• Collect bids.
• Evaluate bids along with District staff.
• Present bids to District Board of Directors.
• Prepare and issue Notice of Award of Contract.
• Prepare and issue Notice to Proceed.
• Collect and approve all submittals, RFIs, RFCs, etc., in consultation with WaterWorks Engineering.
• Review contractor’s progress payment requests and provide recommendations regarding payment in accordance with the work completed and the contract documents.
• If a change order request is presented by the contractor, review the request, communicate with PID, and provide a recommendation to the District staff.
• Maintain current records and documentation for all change orders, along with changes in contract days and contract dollar amounts.
• Establish and hold regular weekly progress and coordination meetings with PID and the contractor at the site during active on-site construction phase. Monitor contractor’s compliance with submitted schedule. Summarize Project progress and include the status of change order, contract days remaining, work completed, adherence to schedule, and work in progress. Construction/Project management onsite during construction.
• Visit the site during the active on-site construction phase as necessary to observe the work and document compliance with plans and specifications. Confirm that materials and installation methods used are specified in approved submittals or the contract documents. Conduct all necessary inspections.
• Obtain record drawings from the associated design professionals based on as-build drawings and site observation logs for District records.
• Review construction for adherence with the Project plans and specifications.
• Verify that all requirements of the contract are complete for final payment of retention funds to the contractor.
• Oversee startup and completion/sign over of the Project to the District.

Date Issued: Tuesday, March 26, 2024 

Deadline: Wednesday, May 1, 2024 at 3:00 p.m. local time 

Proposal Responses: Sealed bids for Project Management Services for the Equalizer Tank should be addressed to:
Paradise Irrigation District
Attn: District Secretary 
6332 Clark Road
Paradise, CA 95969

Inquiries & Questions: Bill Taylor, Assistant Engineer - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
Any questions you may have regarding the project are due by Wednesday, April 17, 2024 by end of day.
Questions will be answered by Wednesday, April 24, 2024.

Documents: 
pdf Project Management Services for Equalizer Tank - Advertisement for Bids (321 KB)  
pdf Project Management Services for Equalizer Tank - Bid Documents and Specifications for Contractors (6.96 MB)
pdf Project Management Services for Equalizer Tank - Drawings (15.92 MB)
pdf Project Management Services for Equalizer Tank - Final Geotechnical Report (15.34 MB)