Pre-submittal Meeting Request for Qualifications September 26, 2017,

Pre-submittal Meeting Request for Qualifications September 26, 2017,

Pre-submittal Meeting Request for Qualifications September 26, 2017, 1:30 pm 2017 PVC-LINED CONCRETE SEWER PIPE AND MANHOLE REHABILITATION - NORTH CONSTRUCTION MANAGER AT RISK Project Number WS90500272-2 and 2017 PVC-LINED CONCRETE SEWER PIPE AND MANHOLE REHABILITATION - SOUTH CONSTRUCTION MANAGER AT RISK Project Number WS90500272-2 Welcome and Introductions Cathie Rodman, Contracts Specialist Design and Construction Procurement [email protected] 602-495-3654 Joanne McLaughlin, Equal Opportunity Specialist Equal Opportunity Department [email protected] 602-534-1279 Cindy J. Smith, Civil Engineer III, Project Manager Water Services Department Meeting Information Please sign-in Please hold questions until after the presentation

This is your ONLY opportunity to ask the City Staff questions Agenda Project Description Scope of Work Small Business Enterprise (SBE) Requirements Submittal Requirements Selection Schedule Questions? Project Background PVC-Lined RCP Sanitary Sewer System Pipe diameters ranging from 30 to 72 2005 & 2006 Condition Assessments Recommendations: 4.5 miles of sewer pipe 103 manholes Rehabbed from 2002 to 2014 June 2014 to January 2017 Inspected: 113.8 miles of sewer pipe 1,142 manholes Project Description 2017 Condition Assessment by PEC recommends the repair of:

71 pipe segments of approximately 8.3 miles 190 manholes North Program 37 pipe segments approximately 4.2 miles 72 manholes South Program 34 pipe segments approximately 4.1 miles 118 manholes Project Map Hand-out will be provided Project Locations: North of Dunlap Avenue Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

14 15 16 17 18 19 Upstream MH Downstream MH Rehab Project No. 28-19-339 28-19-433 28-19-435 28-19-436 28-19-436R 29-18-417 30-19-424 31-19-103 31-19-201 31-19-304 31-19-405 31-20-203 31-20-327

33-19-316 34-20-226 34-33-311 35-19-309 35-19-405 35-32-228 28-19-340 27-19-325 28-19-434 28-19-436R 28-19-435 29-18-421 30-19-425 31-19-104 31-19-204 31-19-201 30-19-315 31-19-304 31-20-204 33-19-317 34-20-225 35-33-412 35-19-308 35-19-404 35-31-322 IV-09 IV-09 IV-09

IV-09 IV-09 IV-15 IV-06 V-03 V-03 V-03 IV-06 V-03 V-03 IV-05 IV-05 V-02 IV-05 IV-05 V-02 Size [in] Length [ft] 54 60 60 54 60 30 54 30 30 30 54 30

30 54 54 42 36 36 48 705 802 741 136 190 439 902 893 798 901 932 829 894 540 724 605 272 605 667 Item

Upstream MH Downstream MH Rehab Project No. 20 36-29-307 36-33-219 38-19-330 39-19-401 39-20-106 41-18-401 41-19-102 41-19-103 41-19-402 42-18-101 42-33-202 43-18-201 43-33-101 44-18-201 44-33-222 45-33-301 45-33-402 45-34-201

36-29-306 36-33-115 38-19-329 38-19-330 39-19-401 41-18-402 41-19-116 41-19-104 41-19-403 41-18-104 42-33-203 43-18-102 42-33-202 44-18-205 44-33-103 45-33-401 44-33-301 45-33-301 V-02 V-02 IV-03 IV-03 IV-03 IV-03 IV-03 IV-03 IV-03 IV-03 IV-04

IV-03 IV-04 IV-03 IV-04 IV-04 IV-04 IV-04 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 Size [in] Length [ft] 30 36 36

36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 36 421 603 371 170 243 612 99 296 756 1874 508 796 524 16

487 667 707 583 Project Locations: South of Dunlap Avenue Item 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Upstream MH Downstream

MH Rehab Project No. Size [in] Length [ft] 012-29-408 012-29-410 012-31-416 012-33-411 012-37-101 7-10-401 7-18-402 7-26-301 9-10-301 11-12-313 11-18-301 11-18-305 12-11-304 12-17-401 12-18-203 12-18-304 12-18-403 012-29-407

012-29-409 012-31-415 012-33-412 012-37-403 7-10-402 7-18-403 7-26-302 9-11-201 11-12-314 11-18-305 11-18-406 12-11-305 11-17-302 12-18-202 12-19-209 11-18-301 IV-10 IV-10 IV-10 IV-10 IV-10 IV-12 IV-02 IV-01 IV-12 IV-14 IV-02 IV-02 IV-12

III-01 III-01 IV-02 IV-02 30 30 30 36 36 36 39 39 36 33 36 36 36 66 66 36 36 219 444 389 493 449 649 572

677 284 367 690 658 439 1258 1262 195 641 Item 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34

Rehab Upstream MH Downstream Project MH No. 12-18-406 12-26-216 12-26-220 12-27-207 13-11-118 13-11-212 14-10-407 14-19-202 15-10-413 18-19-109 19-19-101 19-26-401 20-20-128 21-20-122 22-19-301 25-19-211 26-20-230 12-18-402 12-26-217 12-26-236 12-27-206 12-10-301 13-11-220 14-10-408

14-19-122 15-10-414 17-19-202 18-19-202 19-26-101 19-19-315 20-20-225 22-20-227 25-19-104 26-20-126 IV-02 V-01 V-01 V-01 IV-12 IV-12 IV-12 IV-07 IV-12 IV-07 IV-07 IV-13 IV-08 IV-08 IV-08 IV-11 IV-09 Size [in]

Length [ft] 33 42 42 42 33 33 33 33 30 30 30 42 54 54 60 30 60 513 643 586 567 644 664 673 604

662 782 236 687 1013 911 762 902 859 Scope of Work Plan the Work Collaborate with City and CAI consultant Pipe Rehabilitation Repair PVC-liner Line with CIPP Dig and replace Manhole Rehabilitation Epoxy coating repair PVC-liner repair Structural inserts Replacement Prepare GMPs Perform the work Vendor Registration Register in the Vendor Management System PRIOR to submitting a Statement of Qualifications.

New Requirement Include the Vendor Number on the cover of the Statement of Qualifications and Bid Proposal Package/Envelope. New Firms - After Registering, the City will email a Vendor Number within two days. How to Register Information is available at: https://www.phoenix.gov/finance/vendorsreg Small Business Enterprise Program (SBE) Goal Setting Methodology Subject to City of Phoenix Code, Chapter 18, Article Vl, pertaining to participation of Small Business Enterprise firms NO established small business goal for Design Contracts Established by City of Phoenix Goal Setting Committee Goals based on certified SBE firms available in each of the specified trade areas identified in the project specs Trade areas with less than 3 certified SBE firms are not considered in the calculation of the overall goal Successful Prime will work with the Small Business Team prior to goal setting CMAR Goals are required to be met at each GMP and during the life of the project SBE Pre-Award Requirements-CMAR No SBE documents due at time of submittal Outreach Efforts and SBE Plan should be actively in development

Good Faith Efforts If Contractor is unable to meet the goal Must submit fully documented waiver request to SBE Goal Committee To locate certified firms visit: https://phoenix.diversitycompliance.com Select: City of Phoenix Directory of SBE Certified Firms Small Business Outreach and Compliance REMEMBER confirm certification status of a firm Post-Award SBE Requirements SBE documents due to EOD at each GMP Contractors Statement of Proposed SBE Utilization Letter of Intent to Perform as an SBE Subcontractor/Supplier SBE firms must be certified at the time of each GMP SBE participation counted for certified firms performing a Commercially Useful Function (CUF) in their certified

scope of work Contractor is required to demonstrate good faith efforts to utilize small business throughout the contract All subcontractors/suppliers must be reported within the B2G System All small business participation will be tracked and reported by the Equal Opportunity Department Contact Information Joanne McLaughlin Equal Opportunity Specialist Equal Opportunity Department 200 W. Washington Street, 15th Floor Phoenix, AZ 85003 602.534.1279 [email protected] CMAR - Statement of Qualifications Criteria A. General information (15 points) B. Experience and Qualifications of the Firm (20 points) C. Experience of Key Personnel to be Assigned to this Project (25 points) D. Understanding of the Project and Approach to Performing the Required Services (30 points) E. Overall Evaluation of the Firm and Its Perceived Ability to Provide the Required Services (10 Points) Statement of Qualifications Criteria SOQ Cover Letter project title, project number, full firm company name, contact

person, address, phone number, vendor number, and the email address of your contact person for the project. Evaluation Criteria - including project organizational chart Additional Content including resumes, photos, charts, or other information MAXIMUM Pages Permitted = 12 pages + Evaluation Criteria - including organizational chart, resumes, and/or other information + Photos, charts / graphs or other evaluation content Statement of Qualifications Criteria What WILL be Counted Toward Maximum Number of Pages: Each side of a page with criteria information. Pages that have photos, charts, and graphs. What WILL NOT be Counted unless they contain information that may be considered by the selection panel): Cover letter, front and back covers, Table of Contents, and

tab dividers Statement of Qualifications Criteria Submit SEVEN (7) Copies for each SOQ that the firm is interested in providing services for. SOQ is Due: 12:00 Noon, local time Friday, October 13, 2017 Phoenix City Hall 200 West Washington Street, 6th Floor Submittal Box Grounds for Disqualification Receipt of SOQ after the specified cut-off date and time Too few copies of the submittal Deposit of SOQ in the wrong location

Violating the Contact with City Employees policy SOQ Due Date 12:00 Noon, local time Friday, October 13, 2016 Phoenix City Hall 200 W. Washington Street 6th Floor, Submittal Box Selection Schedule SOQs Due Firm Notified for Award Scope Meeting October 13, 2017 Early November 2017 November 2017 Information on Street Transportation Design and Construction Procurement Webpage https://www.phoenix.gov/streets/procurement/current-opportunities

Notifications (if any) Plan Holder List Pre-submittal Power Point Presentation Pre-submittal Sign-in sheet Award It is your responsibility as an RFQ holder to determine, prior to submittal, if a Notification has been issued Questions After Today Email Your Questions To: Cathie Rodman, Contracts Specialist [email protected] 602-495-3654 OPEN FOR QUESTIONS & THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING

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