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2023-065 Monterey One Water (M1W) �
Monterey One Water (M1W)
Marina, Monterey County, CA
06/29/2023 at 14:00
**This project is a Clean Water SRF Funded Project, DBE/SBE/WBE Participation is required, Buy American Act/AIS is required; Typical SRF Documentation is Required. ** The Project work covered by the AWPF Expansion Project includes equipment procurement, installation, construction, testing and startup of new process equipment to expand the AWPF’s current 5 million-gallon-per-day (mgd) capacity to a peak capacity of 7.6 mgd. The work includes the following major components, including but not limited to: 1. Construction of an additional pump at the Source Water Pump Station. 2. Construction of additional liquid oxygen and ozone system equipment. 3. Construction of new ozone autostrainers. 4. Construction of new MF autostrainers. 5. Construction of an additional membrane filtration (MF) unit, and associated equipment. 6. Construction of RO Cartridge Filters. 7. Construction of an additional reverse osmosis (RO) unit and associated equipment. 8. Construction of additional ultraviolet light advanced oxidation process (UVAOP) equipment. 9. Construction of a new post-treatment Decarbonator. 10. Construction of a new stabilization chemical equipment. 11. Construction of additional pump at the Product Water Pump Station. 12. Construction of additional pump at the Waste Equalization Pump Station. 13. Construction of associated piping, valves and accessories for the new equipment associated with the AWPF Expansion. 14. Construction of heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) modifications in the Ozone and Membrane Building. 15. Construction of associated 480-volt motor control centers, variable frequency drives, 120-volt panels and wiring, conduit and associated equipment and controls to power the new equipment associated with the AWPF Expansion. 16. Instrumentation, controls, remote input and output, and SCADA programming for the AWPF Expansion project, including incorporating the new equipment into the existing AWPF SCADA Controls and historian system. 17. Facility startup, testing and training. 18. Construction of all other associated demolition, site work, utilities, yard piping, electrical work, painting. All other work as required per the contract documents. Please Note ***Pursuant to SB 854 please include your Proof of Registration for doing Public Works Projects in CA. with your quote ***All Equipment used on this Project must meet the current C.A.R.B Regulations*** Please note that GSE Construction is signatory to the Laborers Union****
SWPPP *Survey *Trucking *Aggregates *Rebar *Concrete *Misc. Metal Fabrication *FRP Fabrications *FRP Duct *Painting and Coating *Pipe Supports *Pipe DIP, Steel, FRP, PVC, SST *Chemical Metering Pumps *Vertical Turbine Pumps *Horizontal Split Case Centrifugal Pumps *End Suction Centrifugal Pumps *Liquid Oxygen and Ozone Systems *Ozone Autostrainers *MF, Amiad & Forsta Autostrainers *Membrane Filtration (MF) unit *RO Cartridge Filters *Reverse Osmosis (RO) System * UV System *Post-treatment Decarbonator *Stabilization Chemical Equipment *Vaporizer *Pipe Insulation *LOX Bulk Storage Tank *Chemical Mix & Storage Tanks *Air Compressor & Receiver *Valves *HVAC *Electrical *Instrumentation *SCADA Programming
GSE Construction Co., Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Potential Subcontractors shall make themselves familiar with GSE’s Subcontract, by visiting our website, www.gseconstruction.com , and reviewing our subcontract document. GSE Construction requires that all potential subcontractors are prepared to provide a 100% Payment and Performance Bond from a US Treasury listed Surety Company. GSE will reimburse Subcontractors for the required bond premium, so please provide your bond rate at time of bid. The decision to bond any or all subcontractors shall be at the sole discretion of GSE Construction, unless the specific project contract documents have other requirements. Please contact us for any insurance, bonding or other project related questions.
For subcontracts greater than $100,000 in amount, performance and payment bonds in an amount equal to 100% of the subcontract price may be required, issued by sureties satisfactory to Contractor, with the reasonable premium charge for the bonds (which shall not exceed 1.75% of the amount of the subcontract) to be reimbursed by Contractor. In Contractor’s sole subjective discretion, Contractor may determine to waive or reduce this requirement. Please list any bond premiums as a separate line item. Subcontractor also shall be required to execute a subcontract that is in substantially the form of Contractor’s standard subcontract document, which is available for review at Contractor’s offices.
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