Solicitation Details - MCC 7360 PLAN RPQ MDFRD-MOLDRRR
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Mold Remediation Restoration and Repairs Contract
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Scope of Work: (Contractor must obtain and submit all permits prior to performing any work.) This is an on-call Mold Remediation, Restoration and Repairs Contract that will consist of various mold remediation related services to include but not limited to: mitigation/remediation services, restoration services, repairs, and/or emergency services relating to mold and/or water intrusion issues. The term of this contract is two (2) years. The contract amount is $900,000 which includes a dedicated allowance account in the amount of $90,000 for unforeseen related work not covered by accepted unit costs. The scope of work encompasses all aspects related to mold remediation and restoration services at various MDFR sites on an as-needed basis. Exact location(s) and description of work to be performed will be indicated on Work Orders issued by the MDFR Project Manager. Mold remediation services, restoration services, repair services and emergency services will be on an as-needed basis and includes but is not limited to: drywall, floors, ceilings, bathrooms, rooftops, and other MDFR miscellaneous services and/or repairs. In addition, awarded contractor must provide the following information: 1. Itemized Remediation Description - Contains list of all remediation performed with photograph documentation ensuring proper protocols and procedures were adhered to during the remediation phase. Time frames for remediation will be dictated by the ANSI/IICRC S500 or equivalent. 2. Repair/Restoration Services - Perform all repairs needed in order have the facility(ies) operational. Awarded contractor will be required to provide a list of equipment used and before and after photographs to ensure completion of work performed. Time frames for repair/restoration services will be dictated by the ANSI/IICRC S500 or equivalent. Awarded contractor must respond to emergency calls within two (2) hours of being contacted and be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (including holidays) to provide immediate, permanent service/repairs.The work shall entail full remediation and repair/restoration services. Awarded contractor must provide necessary protection of the site to avoid cross contamination during the remediation and repair/restoration phases. The awarded contractor shall be responsible for all costs associated with the repair and/or replacement of property damage resulting from awarded contractor's negligence or failure to protect the work area and surrounding area. COMMENTS: In accordance with Miami-Dade County Implementing Order 3-9, Accounts Receivable Adjustments, if money is owed by the Contractor to the County, whether under this Contract or for any other purpose, the County reserves the right to retain such amount from payment due by County to the Contractor under this Contract. Such retained amount shall be applied to the amount owed by the Contractor to the County. The Contractor shall have no further claim to such retained amounts which shall be deemed full accord and satisfaction of the amount due by the County to the Contractor for the applicable payment due herein. Pursuant to Section 2-8.10 of the Code of Miami-Dade County, this Contract is subject to a user access fee under the County’s User Access Program (UAP) in the amount of two percent (2%). All construction services provided under this contract are subject to the 2% UAP. This fee applies to all Contract usage whether by County Departments or by any other governmental, quasi-governmental or not-for-profit entity. From every payment made to the Contractor under this contract (including the payment of retainage), the County will deduct the two percent (2%) UAP fee provided in the ordinance and the Contractor will accept such reduced amount as full compensation for any and all deliverables under the contract. The County shall retain the 2% UAP for use by the County to help defray the cost of its procurement program. Contractor participation in this pay request reduction portion of the UAP is mandatory. Provided, however, UAP shall not be applicable for total contract values, inclusive of contingency and allowance accounts, of less than five hundred thousand dollars ($500,000.00). QUALIFICATION CRITERIA: Contractors shall submit all of the qualifying documents with their bid submittal. Minimum qualifications are listed below: 1. Contractor must provide at least three (3) project references to demonstrate it is regularly engaged in mold remediation and mold restoration services. Each project reference provided must have been completed within the last five (5) years. 2. Contractor must possess the following licenses and certifications in order to meet the minimum qualifications. Contractor must provide copies of licenses and certifications, as well as, other certifications and licenses, which it currently holds with bid submittal package: a. Florida State Mold Remediation license with the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation. b. United States Environmental Protection Agency Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Section 402 Certification. c. Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certificate or equivalent certification by an organization that adheres to the same globally recognized standards for the assessment, inspection, cleaning, and restoration established by the industry. 3. Contractor must be able to provide individual documentation to show that is has experienced professional specifically trained in mold remediation protocols, guidelines, standards, certifications, tools, health implication facts and up to date scientific research regarding mold related issues, provided by OSHA, EPA, CDC, ANSI, NIOSH, ASHRAE, NIH, NYCDH&MH, WHO, etc. This information must include items such as a synopsis of company history, projects executed, contracts awarded, certifications, etc. 4. Contractor must be able to provide individual documentation to show that it has experienced professionals specifically trained in mold assessment and remediation protocols, guidelines, standards, certifications, tools, health implications facts and up to date scientific research regarding mold related issues, provided by OSHA, EPA, CDC, ANSI, NIOSH, ASHRAE, NIH, NYCDH&MH, WHO, etc. This information must include items such as a synopsis of company history, projects executed, contracts awarded, certifications, etc. 5. Contractor must have the capacity to handle multiple facilities throughout Miami-Dade County with mold related issues, as it pertains to both staffing and equipment. Contractor shall provide a list of equipment of the type used to perform mold remediation work, such as: moisture meters, Temperature/Humidity meters, Air Pump with spore trap cassettes and/or swab samples, Thermal Imaging Cameras, Negative Air Fan/Air Scrubbers, HEPA Filters, etc. 6. Contractor must provide a secure cloud-based system that tracks requests, dispatch to job site, name/contact info of workers responding, time of arrival, pictures for each phase of the project, assessment findings and protocol derived from the inspection. All items above will have a time stamp associated with the record and the bidder will provide the County unlimited cloud-based storage. Contractor will provide the County with full access to the cloud-based system during the term of this contract (2 years) for all work performed for the County. The bidder will archive all data collected for work performed on behalf of the County for the term of this contract and 5 years after the termination of this contract. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Work shall be authorized on an as needed basis via Work Orders issued by the MDFR project manager (PM). MDFR offers no guarantee that the full $900,000 contract allocation will be used in full. Pricing for Work Orders shall be based on unit prices established on the Supplemental Bid Form provided along with the RPQ. Prospective bidders are cautioned that failure to complete and submit the Supplemental Bid Form, in its entirety, along with the bid documents, will result in their bid being rescinded. The Supplemental Bid Form''s grand total cost shall be used to determine the low "responsive and responsible" bidder. Prospective bidders are notified hereby that their unit costs for the listed items on the Supplemental Bid Form shall be all inclusive for each line item (ie, each unit cost line item shall include equipment, materials, overhead and profit, insurance costs, etc. required to implement the work). The allowance will be used to address unforeseen conditions not identified in the Supplemental Bid Form. Authorization to use the funding from the allowance account must be obtained in writing from the MDFR project manager (PM). 1. SEALED BIDS for this project will be received for and on behalf of Miami-Dade County, by Miami Dade Fire Rescue at 9300 NW 41st Street, Suite 237, Miami, Florida, 33178. Bidders are encouraged to arrive early as security check-in at the front desk can be lengthy. 2. LIQUIDATED DAMAGES If the awarded contractor neglects, fails, or refuses to complete the work within the time frame specified in the NTP and/or subsequent Work Orders, then the awarded bidder, hereby agrees, as part of the consideration for the awarding of this contract, to pay to Owner, as liquidated damages and not as a penalty, the sum of $150 per day for each calendar day beyond the dates set forth in the NTP and/or Work Order(s). 3. BID BOND: All Bids shall be accompanied by 1 original fully executed and 2 copies of original of a bid guarantee in an amount for not less than 5% of the amount of the base bid amount and at the option of the bidder shall be one of the following: a certified check, a bank draft payable to Miami-Dade County, US Government Bonds at par values, or bid bond secured by a surety company. Please refer to Section 2.10(B) under MCC7360 contract. 4. PERFORMANCE AND PAYMENT BOND: Bidders submitting Bids and to whom a contingent award is made shall duly execute and deliver to the County a Performance and Payment Bond in an amount that represents 100% of the Bid price offered by the Bidder. The Performance and Payment Bond Form supplied by the County shall be the only acceptable form. 00431 - Surety Performance and Payment Bond Form is herewith included. The completed form shall be delivered to the County within 14 calendar days of the date that the Notice of Award Recommendation is issued. Please refer to Section 2.11(B) under MCC7030 contract. The cost for the P&P bond premium shall be authorized for reimbursement by the MDFR project manager (PM) via written Work Orders. Proper back-up documentation verifying the bond premium cost shall be submitted by the awarded contractor before requesting reimbursement. In addition, the total cost of the bond premiums shall not exceed the lump sum amount reflected under line item #411 of the Supplemental Bid Form 5. PREVAILING WAGES: Contractor shall obtain current Prevailing Wages from the Small Business Development (SBD). Please visit www.miamidade.gov/sba for contact information. 5. The last day for project RFI QUESTIONS is May 29, 2019 at 5:00 PM. Any questions submitted after aforementioned date shall not be considered. MDFR will review and answer the questions, prior to the bid due date. 7. INSPECTOR GENERAL: Inspector General (IG) fees in the amount of .25% will apply as per Section 2.16 under MCC7040 contract.
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REMEDIATION SERVICES, ENVIRONMENTAL (WASTE& MOLD
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