City of Omaha - Demolition of Twenty-three (23) Structures

Agency: Douglas County
State: Nebraska
Level of Government: State & Local
Category:
  • P - Salvage Services
Opps ID: NBD15001014828474041
Posted Date: Sep 14, 2020
Due Date: Sep 24, 2020
Source: Members Only

City of Omaha - Demolition of Twenty-three (23) Structures

Opening Date: 11:00 a.m. CT on Thursday, September 24, 2020

Contact Information: via email to bidquestions@douglascounty-ne.gov

Description: Per specifications.

Link to Documents: Quote Documents ;

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Douglas County Purchasing Department
1819 Farnam Street Room 902
Omaha, NE 68183-0902
(402)444-7155
REQUEST FOR QUOTATION
ON: CITY OF OMAHA
Demolition of Twenty-three (23) Structures
NOT AN ORDER
Publish date:
Thursday, September 10, 2020
Quote must be received and date stamped no later than:
11:00 a.m. CST on Thursday, September 24, 2020
DEPARTMENT
PLANNING
COMPANY NAME:
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Please quote on this form your best price, terms, and delivery on
the articles described below. Vendor must fill in all requested
information to receive consideration. Sign your firm name and
official signature and mail completed form back to buyer.
ADDRESS:
CITY / STATE:
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WE QUOTE YOU AS BELOW
EMAIL:
PHONE#:
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Submitted by (print):
ZIP CODE:
. SIGNATURE:
OFFICIAL TITLE:
TERMS
F.O.B.
DATE SHIPMENT CAN BE MADE
SHIPMENT VIA
Delivered
QUANTITY
DESCRIPTION
UNIT PRICE
Demolition of twenty-three (23) structures in accordance with the attached
pages: Unit Proposal for Demolition of Structure(s) (4 pages), General
Provisions (5 pages), Specifications for Demolition of Buildings (3 pages),
Exhibit A and B (3 pages), Contractor Eligibility Form (1 page); Minority
Business & Women Business Enterprise Plan (12 pages); Amendend Tax
and Demo Ordinance (3 pages); Asbestos Regulation Checklist (1 page);
and Asbestos NESHAP Notification of Demolition and Renovation (2
pages).
DATE
AMOUNT
NOTE: GENERAL PROVISIONS ARE DATED 3/16 AND
SPECIFICATIONS ARE DATED 4/2015
Bid bond or certified check required in the amount of $1,000.00.
Questions regarding this quote must be emailed to bidquestions@douglascounty-ne.gov and must be received by 11:00
am on Thursday, September 17, 2020. Vendor must include the quote title in the subject line. Answers to questions will
be posted via an addendum not later than Friday, September 18, 2020, prior to quote opening.
Quote should be sent to Douglas County Purchasing using one of the the following methods:
MAIL TO: Douglas County Purchasing, 1819 Farnam St Rm 902, Omaha, NE 68183-0902
EMAIL TO: quotes@douglascounty-ne.gov
FAX TO: (402)444-5423
*Emailed quotes must have the quote title in the subject line of the email.*
DOUGLAS COUNTY
REQUEST FOR QUOTATION
ON: CITY OF OMAHA - Demolition of Twenty-three (23) Structures
NOT AN ORDER
Page 2
BID CLAUSES - TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Solid Waste Disposal: Pursuant to an Interlocal agreement between the City of Omaha (Res. 124) and Douglas County (Res.
85) dated January 31, 2012, all solid waste collected and /or processed pursuant to City or County contracts is required to be
taken to the Douglas County Pheasant Point Landfill.
This includes trash, rubbish, construction, and other solid waste. This is a requirement that will not be waived.
C&D, hazardous waste, untreated medical waste, asbestos and recycled materials would be exempt from this directive.
Requirement for Bid Bond: The surety company issuing the bid bond should be licensed by the State of Nebraska and listed
on the current edition of Circular 570 of the United States Department of the Treasury. A certified check, an official bank check,
or cashier's checks drawn on a national bank or a bank chartered under the laws of the state, payable to the City of Omaha, or
lawful money of the United States, or a United States Government Bond (negotiable) are acceptable substitutes for bond
requirements. LETTERS OF CREDIT AND COMPANY CHECKS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE SUBSTITUTES FOR A BID BOND
AND WOULD BE CAUSE FOR REJECTION OF BID. If a bidder submits more than one bid, only one bid bond is required.
REQUIREMENTS FOR PERFORMANCE BOND: The successful vendor shall provide a performance bond equal to the
vendor's bid within ten (10) calendar days from award of the contract. The surety company issuing the performance bond
should be licensed by the State of Nebraska and listed on the current edition of Circular 570 of the United States Department of
the Treasury.
If the Performance Bond and Insurance are not turned in within 10 calendar days from the award of the
contract the bid will be considered forfeited and awarded to the next lowest bidder.
Communication with Staff: From the date this bid is issued until a contract is awarded, communication regarding this
solicitation between potential vendors and individuals employed by the City of Omaha is prohibited. Only written communication
via email to bidquestions@douglascounty-ne.gov is permitted. Once an award is made the vendor will be permitted to speak
with person(s) participating in contract negotiations. Violation of these conditions may be considered sufficient cause to
reject a vendor’s bid and/or selection irrespective of any other condition. The following exceptions to these restrictions are
permitted: (1) Contacts made pursuant to any pre-existing contracts or obligations; (2) County staff and/or vendor staff present
at a Pre-Proposal Conference, if scheduled, when recognized by the County as staff facilitating the meeting for the purpose of
addressing questions; and (3) Presentations, key personnel interviews, clarification sessions or discussions to finalize a contract,
as requested by Douglas County.
Unavailability of Funding: Due to possible future reductions including but not limited the City of Omaha (CITY), State and/or
Federal appropriations, the CITY cannot guarantee the continued availability of funding for this Agreement, notwithstanding the
consideration stated in this Agreement. In the event funds to finance this Agreement become unavailable either in full or in part
due to such reduction in appropriations, the CITY may terminate the Agreement or reduce the consideration upon notice in
writing to Contractor. The notice shall be delivered by certified mail, return receipt requested, or in person with proof of delivery.
The CITY shall be the final authority as to the availability of funds. The effective date of such Agreement termination or
reduction in consideration shall be specified in the notice as the date of service of the notice or the actual effective date of the
CITY, State and/or Federal funding reduction, whichever is later. Provided, that reduction shall not apply to payments made for
services satisfactorily completed prior to the effective date. In the event of a reduction of consideration, Contractor may cancel
this Agreement as of the effective date of the proposed reduction upon the provision of advance written notice to CITY.
Assignment and Delegation: This Agreement is exclusive to the Parties and rights may not be assigned nor duties delegated
by either Party except on prior written consent of the other. Any attempted assignment or delegation without such approval shall
be void and shall constitute a material breach of contract. Any and all additional fees, charges, costs or expenses, which result
from an approved assignment or delegation, shall be paid by the assigning/delegating Party.
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DOUGLAS COUNTY
REQUEST FOR QUOTATION
ON: CITY OF OMAHA - Demolition of Twenty-three (23) Structures
NOT AN ORDER
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BID CLAUSES - TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Termination: The City of Omaha may terminate the awarded contract at any time if the vendor fails to carry out the terms or
fails to make substantial progress toward the fulfillment of the contract obligations. In such event, the City shall provide the
vendor with thirty (30) days written notice of conditions which endanger contract performance. If after such notice the vendor
fails to remedy these conditions, the City may send a certified letter to the vendor for immediate cancellation of the contract. In
such event, the City would receive a pro-rated portion of the value of the performance bond depending on the value of the
remaining portion of the contract. The City will give the vendor sixty (60) days’ notice of termination of contract if appropriations
cease. The City of Omaha may also terminate the agreement for any reason upon 30 days notice.
Payment Terms: Net 30 payment terms shall apply to all invoices billed to the City of Omaha. Payment of invoice amount will
occur within 30 days following receipt of invoice or receipt of goods/services, whichever is later.
Drug Free Policy: CONTRACTOR assures the City of Omaha that CONTRACTOR has established and maintains a drug free
workplace policy.
FEDERAL DEBARMENT OR SUSPENSION
Has bidder or its principals been debarred or suspended from Federal contracts?
YES
NO (failure to provide a response may be cause for rejection of bid)
Bidder certifies by submission of this bid that neither it nor its principals are presently debarred or suspended from participation
in Federal contracts. If during the term of the agreement the awarded bidder or any person engaged in performing this
agreement becomes debarred or suspended such Party shall notify the City of Omaha immediately.
Form CC-1: All bidders awarded a City contract in the amount of $10,000 or more must comply with the Contract Compliance
Ordinance by having a current Contract Compliance Report (Form CC-1) on file with the Human Rights & Relations Department.
This report shall be in effect for 24 months from the date received by the Human Rights & Relations Department. Any questions
regarding the Contract Compliance Ordinance should be directed to the Human Rights & Relations Department at (402) 444-
5055. Bidders are encouraged to use the following weblink to determine if they have a current Form CC-1 on file
(search by company name): https://humanrights.cityofomaha.org/cc-1-search.
Equal Employment Opportunity: In accordance with the Nebraska Fair Employment Practice Act, Neb. Rev. Stat. §48-1122,
the Contractor agrees that neither it nor any of its subcontractors shall discriminate against any employee, or applicant for
employment to be employed in the performance of this Agreement, with respect to hire, tenure, terms, conditions, or privileges of
employment because of the race, color, religion, sex, disability, or national origin of the employee or applicant.
Non-Discrimination: Both Parties agree that in accordance with 42 USCS 12101 et seq., the Nebraska Fair Employment
Practice Act - Neb.Rev.Stat. §48-1122, and Omaha Municipal code 13-89, they will not discriminate against any employee or
applicant for employment, to be employed in the performance of this Agreement, with respect to hire, tenure, terms, conditions,
or privileges of employment because of the age, race, color, religion, sex, disability, or national origin of the employee or
applicant. None of the Parties shall, in the performance of this Agreement, discriminate or permit discrimination in violation of
federal or state laws or local ordinances.
E-Verify: New Employee Work Eligibility Status (Neb. Rev. Stat. §4-108-114)
The Contractor is required and hereby agrees to use a federal immigration verification system to determine the work eligibility
status of new employees physically performing services within the state of Nebraska. A federal immigration verification system
means the electronic verification of the work authorization program authorized by the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant
Responsibility Act of 1996, 8 U.S.C. 1324a, known as the E-Verify Program, or an equivalent federal program designated by the
United States Department of Homeland Security or other federal agency authorized to verify the work eligibility status of a newly
hired employee. If the Contractor is an individual or sole proprietorship, the following applies:
1. The Contractor must complete the United States Citizenship Attestation Form, available on the Department of
Administrative Services website at www.das.state.ne.us .
2. If the Contractor indicates on such attestation form that he or she is a qualified alien, the Contractor agrees to provide the
US Citizenship and Immigration Services documentation required to verify the Contractor’s lawful presence in the United
States using the Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements (SAVE) Program.
3. The Contractor understands and agrees that lawful presence in the United States is required and the Contractor may be
disqualified or the contract terminated if such lawful presence cannot be verified as required by Neb. Rev. Stat. § 4-108.
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REQUEST FOR QUOTE
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NOT AN ORDER
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DESCRIPTION
INSURANCE: For City projects where the scope of work will be less than $200,000.00, the following levels of insurance
will be required: The successful contractor shall provide a certificate of insurance indicating (1) adequate workers'
compensation; (2) public liability in an amount not less than $250,000 for injuries including accidental death to any
person and subject to the same limit to each person in an amount of not less than $500,000 where more than one
person is involved in any one accident; and (3) property damage insurance in an amount not less than $500,000; and
naming the City of Omaha an additional insured.
For City projects where the scope of work will exceed $200,000.00, the following levels of insurance will be required:
The successful contractor shall provide a certificate of insurance indicating (1) adequate workers' compensation; (2)
public liability in an amount not less than $1,000,000 for injuries including accidental death to any person and subject to
the same limit to each person in an amount of not less than $5,000,000 where more than one person is involved in any
one accident; and (3) property damage insurance in an amount not less than $500,000; and naming the City of Omaha
an additional insured.
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Responsible Contractor Compliance Form
RC-1
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1.
Regulation:
A. Article IV, Division I of Chapter 10 of the Omaha Municipal Code thereon require:
1. That all contractors who submit a bid to City of Omaha shall designate a representative who on
behalf of the Contractor, shall fill out completely a Responsible Contractor Compliance Form
(RC-1). An incomplete or unsigned RC-1 form will make your bid null and void.
2.
Filing this Report (please initial in the boxes below):
Contractor agrees that Contractor will not knowingly employ or hire an employee not lawfully
authorized to perform employment in the United States and that the Contractor and all sub-
contractors shall use E-Verify to determine work eligibility.
Contractor agrees that Contractor will not knowingly violate Nebraska’s Misclassification of
Employee law (Neb. Rev. Stat. Section 48-2901 et seq.).
Contractor agrees that Contractor will not knowingly violate Nebraska’s Fair Labor Standards
Law (Neb. Rev. Stat. Section 73-104 et seq.).
Contractor has not been convicted of any tax violations (local, State and Federal) within the last
three years from the date this bid is submitted.
Contractor has not, upon final determination by the Occupational Safety and Health
Administration, been convicted of a criminal, repeat, or willful violation of the Occupational
Safety and Health Act (OSHA) or been convicted of 3 (three) separate “serious” OSHA violations
within the past three (3) years.
Contractor agrees to make a good faith effort to ensure all subcontractors employed on this project
comply with the provisions of the Responsible Contractor Compliance Form RC-1.
Signature
Date
By signing, I verify on behalf of the Contractor that the information above is true and correct. Filing false
information carries a penalty of up to a $500 fine or six months in jail. In addition, the contractor and sub-
contractors can be subject to immediate disqualification and prohibited from any future City of Omaha
contract for a period of 10 years.
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