9169 CM/GC FOR BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS

Agency: City of Fort Collins
State: Colorado
Level of Government: State & Local
Category:
  • Y - Construction of Structures and Facilities
Opps ID: NBD14162726499416390
Posted Date: Sep 10, 2020
Due Date: Sep 22, 2020
Source: Members Only
Option Title Description End Date
Download/View RFP 9169 CM/GC FOR BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS ADDENDUM 1 Sep 22, 2020

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ADDENDUM NO. 1
Financial Services
Purchasing Division
215 N. Mason St. 2nd Floor
PO Box 580
Fort Collins, CO 80522
970.221.6775
970.221.6707
fcgov.com/purchasing
SPECIFICATIONS AND CONTRACT DOCUMENTS
Description of RFP 9169 CM/GC for Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure Improvements
OPENING DATE: 3:00 PM (Our Clock) September 22, 2020
To all prospective bidders under the specifications and contract documents described above,
the following changes/additions are hereby made and detailed in the following sections of this
addendum:
Additional attendee at the Pre-proposal meeting:
Jessica Sullivan
Hall-Irwin Corporation
Jsullivan@hall-irwin.com
Exhibit 1 – Revision of Section 107 – PROJECT SAFETY MANAGEMENT PLAN
The referenced CDOT Standard Project Special Specification 107 “Project Safety
Management Plan” is modified to include additional City of Fort Collins specific
language regarding COVID 19.
Exhibit 2 – Pre-proposal Question & Answer
Please contact Elliot Dale, Senior Buyer at (970) 221-6777 with any questions regarding this
addendum.
RECEIPT OF THIS ADDENDUM MUST BE ACKNOWLEDGED BY A WRITTEN STATEMENT
ENCLOSED WITH THE PROPOSAL STATING THAT THIS ADDENDUM HAS BEEN
RECEIVED.
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EXHIBIT 1 – Revision of Section 107 – PROJECT SAFETY MANAGEMENT PLAN
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Section 107 of the Standard Specifications is hereby revised for this project as follows:
Subsection 107.06a shall include the following:
(13) The safety plan should address issues including, but not limited to the following:
Protocols for compliance with all State, Larimer County and City of Fort Collins public health orders to include
emergency rules and regulations enacted by the City of Fort Collins. Should the guidance in the orders differ the
more stringent orders and directives shall govern, unless otherwise approved by the Project Manager. Protocols
shall be monitored, at a minimum, weekly for applicability and shall be updated within 24 hours to reflect the most
recent guidelines if changes are made. It is the Contractor’s responsibility to stay up to date with these guidelines,
whether or not changes and updates may be occurring on a daily, weekly or monthly basis.
Protocols for requiring symptomatic individuals to stay away from the project site. Symptom monitoring protocols
(including workplace temperature monitoring and symptom screening questions) shall be included. Any worker
displaying possible COVID-19 symptoms must not report to the job site.
Protocols for identifying and protecting vulnerable individuals.
Protocols on reporting of potential and confirmed infections to project and City of Fort Collins staff.
Cleaning and sanitizing of devices and materials brought to the site for installation.
Cleaning and sanitizing practices for equipment, work spaces, and sanitation facilities both for everyday situations
and for a situation where a worker is found to have been infected by the pandemic virus. Provisions and protocols
for washing hands or other means of hand sanitizing.
The planned use of shift work to minimize interpersonal contact between crews.
Task specific protocols that ensure people minimize contact and maximize social distancing while performing
particular jobs. For example, rules for laborers to follow when forced to work in close quarters like tying steel on a
structure, or installing pipe in a trench, or other similar operations.
Protocols to ensure materials testers, inspectors and other project staff can perform their work while maintaining
proper social distancing from contractor staff. This includes the exchange of necessary documents like load tickets,
COC's, payroll information etc. Documentation shall be submitted to the City electronically if possible.
Meeting arrangements, including techniques for remote meetings, maintaining 6 feet minimum spacing and limiting
the number of meeting attendees if face-to-face meetings are unavoidable, and when trying to verbally communicate
around loud machinery and operations.
Protocol and plan for enforcement on who may access Field office and Material testing trailers to ensure social
distancing is maintained.
Protocols to ensure staff maintain social distancing while taking breaks from work activities, including the use of
temporary lodging on remote jobs.
Protocols to ensure public outreach is completed using means and methods limiting the number of visitors to project
sites.
Supplemental PPE to be used during the pandemic. Employees should wear all standard worksite personal
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protective equipment (PPE), especially eye protection and gloves, as well as other standard safety equipment (e.g.
reflective vests or jackets). In addition, workers should wear a mask or cloth face covering at other times if
consistent with OSHA and other applicable safety requirements. PPE may not be shared between members of a
work team.
The intent of this specification is for the Contractor to address and comply with all applicable national, state, county
and local laws, directives and health orders around the COVID-19 pandemic in an effort to ensure anyone involved
in the site operations or anyone that has access to the project site can remain safe and protected while still performing
necessary work and other project functions. In the event of conflicting requirements, the Project Manager shall
make the final determination on which requirements shall apply. Typically, the most stringent shall apply.
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EXHIBIT 2 – PRE-PROPOSAL QUESTION & ANSWER
1. Is a bid bond required?
No, a bid bond is not required as a part of this RFP response.
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