747 Market Street, Room 808
Tacoma, Washington 98402
Due Date: November 2, 12 PM
Description: The Port of Seattle requires assistance in evaluating, re-architecting, and upgrading or replacing Network hardware and software, comprised of multiple technology products and services, including but not limited to routing and switching, wireless access, network perimeter security services, remote access, telecom systems, internet service provider / public switched telephone network (ISP/PSTN) interfaces, etc.
Due Date: October 27, 1 PM
Description: The Work includes building or facility restoration, remodel, reconfiguration, new work, demolition, temporary installations, mitigation of hazards and maintenance related work. Subcontractors may be used for specialty work. For each Work Authorization, the Contractor shall provide labor, materials, equipment and incidentals necessary for the work. This contract does not include work for asbestos containing materials (ACM). Recycling of waste from the projects and use of recycled products is encouraged.
The contract will be awarded for an estimated amount not to exceed $300,000.00, which includes Washington State Sales Tax.
Pre-bid meeting: will be held October 20, 2022, at 11:00 am, via Microsoft Teams Meeting or Via telephone.
Due Date: November 1, 11 AM
Project Scope: This Contract shall generally consist of performing repairs to storm and
wastewater sewer mains, manholes, and side sewer connections on an urgent, on-call basis for
sites not yet determined. Sites may include work within difficult to reach areas such as narrow
alleys, natural gulches, and on private property. This work will also include surface restoration.
Pre-Proposal Meeting: A pre-proposal meeting will be held via conference call at 10:00 AM
PT, Monday, October 24, 2022. The phone number is 1-888-850-4523 and the conference code
is 544766 to answer questions regarding the Equity In Contracting (EIC) Program and Local
Employment and Apprenticeship Training Program (LEAP) requirements included in the
contract. Prospective bidders are urged to call in.
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Due Date: November 9, 2 PM
Procurement Summary: The Port of Tacoma (Port) is soliciting offers from highly qualified firms interested in providing the following services on Port maintained electrical equipment: development and execution of a Port wide scheduled Preventative Maintenance Program based on the electrical inventories provided by the Port. The firm includes all key members whether from the prime consultant firm or subcontractors for all necessary project services.
Due Date: October 13, 2 PM
Pre-Bid Meeting: October 6, 11 AM
Description: The Work under this Contract provides Mechanical Trades, Test and Balancing (TAB), and controls electrician and programming support (direct digital and PLB interface) to remove, relocate and install mechanical systems piping, fittings, supports, insulation, controls (and raceways), telescoping air ducts (TAD’s), flex hosing, and various other accessories for Pre-Conditioned Air (PC Air) systems servicing parked aircraft at the PLB’s. Additional minor work to relocate potable water cabinets may be required. Some of the materials for installation, such as air handling units, TAD’s, flex hoses, and other accessories will be provided as owner-furnished.
Segments of work will be time-critical, as activities will need to dovetail with other construction activities installing new or refurbished PLB’s at various gates and airline schedules so that gate closures and disruptions to aircraft operations are minimized.
The Contractor shall furnish all labor, tools, equipment, materials and incidentals necessary to perform the work as requested by the Port of Seattle via a Work Authorization. All Contractor labor shall be provided as defined by the labor classifications per the Schedule of Unit Prices listed in Document 00 41 00 – Bid Form.
The initial term of this Contract is two (2) years or until the contract amount is depleted, whichever comes first. This contract contains an option to extend the contract time up to 12 months beyond the original contract completion date.
Labor and Industries require a “Statement of Intent to Pay Prevailing Wages” and “Affidavit of Wages Paid”. The expense of such is the responsibility of the Contractor. New Intents and Affidavits will be required for each contract year at the prevailing wage rates published at that time. The contract rates will be amended to reflect the changes in prevailing wage, if any. The WMBE utilization goal is 10% for this contract.
Amount: The contract will be awarded for an estimated amount not to exceed $750,000, which excludes Washington State Sales Tax.
Due Date: October 14, 5 PM
Description: Commerce is soliciting proposals from firms interested in participating in a project to provide technical assistance to manufactured home community resident organizations who wish to convert the park in which they reside to resident ownership.
Available funding and number of awards: The total funding available for this work is $90,000. Commerce intends to award one contract to provide the services described in this RFP.
Anticipated period of performance: Any contracts awarded will start Dec. 1, 2022 and run through June 30, 2023.
Background and scope of work: The objective of this procurement is to obtain a qualified consultant to assist Commerce in fulfilling the legislative requirements in Chapter 297, 2022 Laws PV. Specifically, the law directs Commerce to “contract with a nonprofit to provide technical assistance to manufactured home community resident organizations who wish to convert the park in which they reside to resident ownership, pursuant to RCW 59.22.039. Technical assistance includes, but is not limited to, assistance with pre-purchase efforts and resident outreach and engagement activities prior to filing an intent to purchase.”
Commerce seeks a consultant who can create or commission a variety of self-guided, self-paced materials for residents of mobile and manufactured home communities who want to convert their park to resident ownership. When creating or commissioning these materials, the consultant will consider accessibility and language access barriers. The consultant will then conduct a multimedia and multilingual outreach campaign to these communities to make them aware of the materials. Proposals must be submitted by 5 p.m., Friday, Oct. 14, 2022.
Due Date: November 8, 5 PM
Description: WorkForce Central seeks an organization to serve as the anchor provider of Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Title I Young Adult Services in Pierce County, WA, working in collaboration with other WIOA Title I Young Adult Services providers and community partners. The selected organization will help young adults who are furthest from opportunities prepare to secure and retain living wage jobs, through career pathway exploration, training, education, work experience, supportive services, employment assistance, and follow-up services.
Due Date: October 11, 11 AM
Pre-Proposal Meeting: A pre-proposal meeting will not be held.
Project Scope: On-call right of way acquisition and relocations services.
Estimate: Approximate total of all executed contracts is $5,100,000
Trade partners, trades people, vendors and all others are invited to an informational meeting about the project, opportunities, prequalification and bidding requirements for Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital Project.
*Virtual Attendance Option available*
Wednesday, October 26 | 3 – 5 p.m.
1515 Commerce Street
Tacoma, WA 98402
The new Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital building will be constructed in the city of Tacoma, Washington on a site bounded by Martin Luther King Jr Way on the east, Division Avenue on the north, 4th Street on the south, and the alley between L and M Streets on the west. The project will include a free-standing facility across from Tacoma General Hospital. The project includes 82 patient beds, diagnostic and treatment spaces, emergency department, infusion center and connection to a new parking structure. The new hospital building is expected to include +/-250,000 SF of inpatient and outpatient services.
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Tareca Choi, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Manager: [email protected]