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April 12, 2016 The Honorable Board of Supervisors County of Los Angeles 383 Kenneth Hahn Hall of Administration 500 West Temple Street Los Angeles, California 90012 Dear Supervisors:

ADOPTED

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

29

April 12, 2016

LORI GLASGOW EXECUTIVE OFFICER

CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT JOB ORDER CONTRACTS FOR MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, REMODEL, AND REFURBISHMENT OF COUNTY INFRASTRUCTURE AND FACILITIES AWARD JOB ORDER CONTRACTS 1522, 1523, 1524, 1525, AND 1526 AUTHORIZE PROCEDURE FOR ADDING UNIT PRICING FOR NON PRE-PRICED TASKS TO THE PREVIOUSLY ADOPTED MARCH 2015 JOB ORDER CONTRACT UNIT PRICE BOOK AND SPECIFICATIONS (ALL SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICTS) (3 VOTES)

SUBJECT This action will award five separate Job Order Contracts 1522, 1523, 1524, 1525, and 1526 to the apparent lowest responsive and responsible bidders, and authorize the Director of Public Works or her designee to issue work orders for County facilities and infrastructure and act on behalf of the Los Angeles County Flood Control District to issue work orders. This action will also authorize the Director of Public Works or her designee to add unit pricing for tasks not previously priced in the Job Order Contract Unit Price Book and Specifications adopted by the Board. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE BOARD: 1. Find the award of Job Order Contracts 1522, 1523, 1524, 1525, and 1526 exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act for the reasons stated in this letter and in the records pertaining to the Job Order Contracts.

The Honorable Board of Supervisors 4/12/2016 Page 2 2. Find that Mackone Development, Inc., the first apparent lowest bidder on Job Order Contracts 1523, 1525, and 1526; the first apparent lowest bidder on Job Order Contract 1524 (tied with Ace Engineering, Inc.); and the second apparent lowest bidder on Job Order Contract 1522 is nonresponsive for failing to submit the required Audited Financial Statements for the years 2012 and 2013 and reject the bids on these grounds. 3. Find that Ace Engineering, Inc., the first apparent lowest bidder on Job Order Contract 1522; the first apparent lowest bidder on Job Order Contract 1524 (tied with Mackone Development, Inc.), the second apparent lowest bidder on Job Order Contracts 1525 and 1526; and the third apparent lowest bidder on Job Order Contract 1523 is nonresponsive for failing to submit the required Experience Modification Rate verification for the years 2012, 2013, and 2014 and for failing to submit a completed County of Los Angeles Employee Jury Service Program Application for Exception and Certification Form and reject the bids on these grounds. 4. Find that Menco-Pacific, Inc., the second apparent lowest bidder on Job Order Contract 1523; and the third apparent lowest bidder on Job Order Contracts 1522, 1524, 1525, and 1526 is nonresponsive for failing to submit the required Experience Modification Rate that is at or below 1.2 for the year 2013 and for failing to submit a completed County of Los Angeles Employee Jury Service Program Application for Exception and Certification Form, and for failing to submit all required bid documents due 24 hours after bid opening and reject the bids on these grounds. 5. Award Job Order Contracts 1522, 1523, 1524, and 1526 to Harry H. Joh Construction, Inc., the lowest responsive and responsible bidder for each of the contracts, each for a maximum amount of $4.5 million, and each to be financed through the appropriate maintenance, repair, and refurbishment projects. 6. Award Job Order Contract 1525 to MTM Construction, Inc., the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, for a maximum amount of $4.5 million, to be financed through the appropriate maintenance, repair, and refurbishment projects. 7. Authorize the Director of Public Works or her designee to execute the Job Order Contracts in the form previously approved as to form by County Counsel, including revisions to permit theunit pricing of items not previously pre-priced during the duration of the Job Order Contracts, and to establish the effective date following receipt of approved Faithful performance and Payment for Labor and Materials Bonds filed by Harry H. Joh Construction, Inc., and MTM Construction, Inc. 8. Authorize the Director of Public Works or her designee to issue work orders for maintenance, repair, remodeling, and refurbishment of County facilities and infrastructure to Harry H. Joh Construction, Inc., and MTM Construction, Inc., in the aggregate work order amount not to exceed the maximum amount of each Job Order Contract upon receipt of funding authorization from the Chief Executive Office or the appropriate funding source. 9. Authorize the Director of Public Works or her designee to implement a newly developed procedure to add unit pricing for Non Pre-Priced tasks not previously priced in the Job Order Contract Unit Price Book and Specifications adopted by the Board.

The Honorable Board of Supervisors 4/12/2016 Page 3 PURPOSE/JUSTIFICATION OF RECOMMENDED ACTION Approval of the recommended actions will find award of the five Job Order Contracts (JOCs) exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), find that Mackone Development,Inc.; Ace Engineering, Inc.; and Menco-Pacific, Inc., are nonresponsive and reject their bids on these five separate JOCs, award the five separate JOCs to the lowest responsive and responsible bidders as set forth below, augment Department of Public Works' ability to effectively and efficiently maintain, repair, remodel, and refurbish County infrastructure and facilities. Approval of the recommended actions will also authorize the Director of Public Works or her designee to: ‡Implement a procedure to add unit pricing for Non Pre-Priced tasks not previously priced in the JOC Unit Price Book. ‡Require contractors to report Small Business Enterprises/Local Small Business Enterprises utilization for primary subcontractors used. The ability to apply unit pricing for previously Non Pre-Priced tasks will allow Public Works to become more efficient in using JOCs and will reduce the overall cost and time of administering the JOCs. This increase in efficiency is achieved through overall process time savings by providing an approved methodology for timely researching and pricing tasks for immediate use in the JOC, thus avoiding the more costly and time consuming alternative of separately negotiating each such Non Pre-Priced tasks with the JOC contractor. The incorporation of this unit pricing process will minimize potential impacts to project schedules and budgets associated with Non Pre-Priced tasks. JOC is a flexible, cost-effective unit price contracting method used by Public Works for maintenance, repair, remodeling, and refurbishment of County and Flood Control District facilities and infrastructure without extensive plans and specifications. The State Public Contract Code provides that JOCs are contracts of a single-year duration. Public Works will implement the Board-approved Local Worker JOC Program based on project location in accordance with the intent of the program. As required by State Public Contract Code 20128.5, the proposed JOCs will be used for maintenance, repair, remodeling, and refurbishment or other repetitive work, but will not be used for new construction. In order to have adequate JOC capacity available on a continuous basis, the aggregate requested amount of JOC authority is $22.5 million (five JOCs), which includes JOCs for the Department of Beaches and Harbors Marina del Rey Boat House Refurbishment project, MLK Hawkins Building Air Handler Unit Replacement, Mid-Valley Comprehensive Health Center Renovation, Central Juvenile Hall Repairs, and for other capital and infrastructure projects. This capacity is based on the anticipated need for maintenance, repair, remodeling, and refurbishment projects for County General and Special Fund departments. Public Works received six bids for each of the five JOCs. The three lowest bidders for each of the five JOCs were found nonresponsive for failure to submit complete and accurate bid documents. After finding of the three apparent lowest bidders as nonresponsive, the firms with the lowest responsive and responsible bids are recommended for award of the five JOCs (see the Contracting Process section and Attachment A for details).

The Honorable Board of Supervisors 4/12/2016 Page 4 Implementation of Strategic Plan Goals The Countywide Strategic Plan directs the provisions of Operational Effectiveness/Fiscal Sustainability, Community Support and Responsiveness, and Integrated Services Delivery by increasing the County's ability to manage workload fluctuations in a responsive manner and provide responsive, efficient, and high-quality public service while sustaining essential County services through proactive and prudent fiscal policies and stewardship. FISCAL IMPACT/FINANCING Maintenance, repair, remodeling, and refurbishment work will be financed through the appropriate capital, refurbishment, infrastructure, or various operating and special fund(s). For capital projects and refurbishments, no work will be assigned to these JOCs without the prior review and funding verification from the Chief Executive Office and the approval of the project scope and budget by the Board. Public Works will work with the Chief Executive Office to quantify any administrative costs attributable to the Local Worker JOC Program and present any necessary recommendations for budget adjustments to the Board for approval. FACTS AND PROVISIONS/LEGAL REQUIREMENTS The contracts will be in the form previously reviewed and approved by County Counsel, including revisions approved by County Counsel to permit the unit pricing of items not previously pre-priced during the duration of the JOCs. Each JOC agreement will contain terms and conditions in compliance with the Board's ordinances, policies, and programs. Data regarding the bidders' minority participation may be found in Attachment B. The contractors will be selected upon final analysis and consideration without regard to race, creed, color, or gender. Local Worker JOC Program The Local Worker JOC Program requires contractors to make a good faith effort to employ qualified local residents to perform at least 40 percent of the total construction labor hours. Monitoring of the Local Worker JOC Program will be provided by Public Works' contract administration staff based on review of the JOC work site and individual labor hours in the local area to determine a percentage of Local Worker JOC Program hours worked on each of the specific work orders. The contractors will provide certified payroll records for labor forces. These records will be monitored by work order, hours worked, and zip code of the workers to establish the percentage of Local Worker JOC Program hours to be reported to the Board on a quarterly basis. ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENTATION The recommended action to award JOCs is categorically exempt from CEQA. JOC projects include repair, maintenance, and refurbishment of existing structures and facilities as

The Honorable Board of Supervisors 4/12/2016 Page 5 requested by County departments, which are generally categorically exempt under Section 15301, Class 1, of the State CEQA Guidelines. The proposed work involves either negligible or no expansion of existing use, and any replacement structures will have substantially the same purpose and capacity as structures replaced. Public Works will file all required Notices of Exemption for each categorically exempt project as required by CEQA. For any work that is not determined to be exempt from CEQA following further assessment, Public Works will return to the Board to recommend approval of the appropriate environmental documentation pursuant to CEQA prior to implementation of applicable work orders under the JOCs. CONTRACTING PROCESS On July 20, 2015, Public Works in collaboration with the Associated General Contractors (AGC) and Engineering Contractors Association (ECA) hosted a JOC Boot Camp to provide small businesses with the opportunity to learn about Public Works' JOC program and how to do business with the County. Over 100 small businesses were invited to attend in which Public Works provided an overview of the JOC program and two informational sessions that provided an in depth review of Public Works' General and Horizontal JOC programs. Attendees were provided with a list of open and upcoming opportunities with Public Works. On November 4, 2015, using the JOC Unit Price Book and Specifications adopted by the Board on May 5, 2015, Public Works issued and advertised a Notice Inviting Bids for three or more JOCs. The bid documents contained language to add unit pricing for Non Pre-Priced tasks to the previously adopted March 2015 JOC Unit Price Book and Specifications on an as-needed basis. This pricing shall be done in the same manner and by the same organization as the pricing for all of the Pre-Priced tasks already included in the existing Construction Task Catalog. Once a Non Pre-Priced task is priced under any JOC, that task shall immediately become part of the Construction Task Catalog and shall thereafter be treated as a Pre-Priced Task for use in any work order under these JOCs and in any subsequent JOCs. A copy of the March 2015 JOC Unit Price Book and Specifications are on file in Architectural Engineering Division of Public Works. Any such newly priced tasks will then be subsequently added to the next yearly JOC Unit Price Book and Specifications to be adopted by the Board. As requested by the Board on February 3, 1998, the invitation for bids was listed on the "Doing Business with Us" website and was posted on the "Public Works Contract Opportunities" website. A copy of the website posting is included as Attachment C for your reference. Bids were due on December 2, 2015. On November 25, 2015, Public Works issued Notice to Bidders A to verify the Department was adding two additional JOC bids and would receive bids for JOCs 1522, 1523, 1524, 1525, and 1526 and to extend the bid due date to December 9, 2015. Bidders were required to submit a set of cost adjustment factors that would be applied to the unit prices for work in the JOC Unit Price Book. Bids were determined by calculating a composite factor using a predetermined advertised formula. Public Works received and publicly opened 30 bids on the solicitation for the advertised five JOCs. Mackone Development, Inc., the first apparent lowest bidder on JOCs 1523, 1525, and 1526; the first apparent lowest bidder on JOC 1524 (tied with Ace Engineering, Inc.); and the second apparent lowest bidder on JOC 1522 failed to submit the required Audited Financial Statements for years 2012 and 2013. Public Works provided Mackone Development, Inc., a notice regarding the proposed recommended action, as set forth above.

The Honorable Board of Supervisors 4/12/2016 Page 6 Ace Engineering, Inc., the first apparent lowest bidder on JOC 1522; the first apparent lowest bidder on JOC 1524 (tied with Mackone Development, Inc.); and the second apparent lowest bidder on JOCs 1523, 1525, and 1526, failed to submit the required Experience Modification Rate verification for years 2012, 2013, and 2014 and failed to submit a completed County of Los Angeles Employee Jury Service Program Application for Exception and Certification Form. Public Works provided Ace Engineering, Inc., a notice regarding the proposed recommended action, as set forth above. Menco-Pacific, Inc., the second apparent lowest bidder on JOC 1523 and the third apparent lowest bidder on JOCs 1522, 1524, 1525, and 1526 failed to submit the required Experience Modification Rate that is at or below 1.2 for year 2013 and failed to submit a completed County of Los Angeles Employee Jury Service Program Application for Exception and Certification Form and failed to submit all required bid documents due 24 hours after bid opening. Public Works provided Menco-Pacific, Inc., a notice regarding the proposed recommended action, as set forth above. The lowest responsive and responsible bidders listed in Attachment A were deemed the apparent lowest responsive and responsible bidders meeting the criteria adopted by the Board with regard to the respective JOC agreements identified herein. The JOC Unit Price Book and contractors' adjustment factors will be incorporated in the awarded JOCs. To ensure the contracts are awarded to responsible contractors with a satisfactory performance history, bidders were required to report violations of the False Claims Act, their civil litigation history, and information regarding prior criminal convictions. The information reported by the lowest responsive and responsible bidders listed in Attachment A was considered before making this recommendation to award the JOCs. Public Works has evaluated and determined that the Living Wage Program (County Code Chapter 2.201) does not apply to the recommended contracts as these contracts are for non-Proposition A services. Participation by Community Business Enterprises (CBE) in the project is encouraged through Public Works' CBE Outreach Program and by reporting the good faith efforts of bidders to utilize CBEs. In addition, the contracts require contractors to report SBE/LSBE and CBE utilization for all subcontractors used. The contractors will be in compliance with the Chief Executive Office's and the Board's requirements. A copy of the March 2015 JOC Unit Price Book and Specifications are on file in Architectural Engineering Division of Public Works. IMPACT ON CURRENT SERVICES (OR PROJECTS) The use of these JOCs will expedite the completion of maintenance, repair, remodeling, and refurbishment of County facilities and infrastructure work managed by Public Works. Minor impacts to tenant departments may occur while maintenance, repair, remodeling, and refurbishment work on such facilities and infrastructure is underway.

The Honorable Board of Supervisors 4/12/2016 Page 7 CONCLUSION Please return one adopted copy of this Board letter to the Department of Public Works, Architectural Engineering Division. Respectfully submitted,

GAIL FARBER Director GF:JQ:ss Enclosures c:

Chief Executive Office (Rochelle Goff) County Counsel Executive Office

April 12, 2016

Attachment A CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT JOB ORDER CONTRACTS FOR MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, REMODEL, AND REFURBISHMENT OF COUNTY INFRASTRUCTURE AND FACILITIES AWARD JOB ORDER CONTRACTS 1522, 1523, 1524, 1525, AND 1526 AUTHORIZE PROCEDURE FOR ADDING UNIT PRICING FOR NON PRE-PRICED TASKS TO THE PREVIOUSLY ADOPTED MARCH 2015 JOB ORDER CONTRACT UNIT PRICE BOOK AND SPECIFICATIONS (ALL SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICTS) (3 VOTES)

Bid Opening Date:

December 9, 2015

Bid Summary:

JOC No. 1522 Total Composite Factor

Bidder

SBE Certified CBE Certified

1. Ace Engineering, Inc.A 2. Mackone Development, Inc.A 3. Menco Pacific, Inc.A 4. Harry H. Joh Construction, Inc.

0.7000 0.7150 0.7814 0.8289

N N Y Y

5. MTM Construction, Inc. 6. Vincor Construction, Inc.

1.0075 1.0300

N N

Bid Summary:

Minority Minority Minority Minority and Disadvantaged Minority N/A

JC?C No. 1523

Bidder

Total Composite Factor

SBE Certified CBE Certified

1. Mackone Development, Inc.A 2. Menco Pacific, Inc.A 3. Ace Engineering, Inc.A 4. Harry H. Joh Construction, Inc.

0.7100 0.7814 0.8000 0.9539

N Y N Y

5. MTM Construction, Inc. 6. Vincor Construction, Inc.

1.0075 1.0300

N N

Non-Selected Bids: A) Failed to meet the minimum special qualifications and requirements and/or submit all required documents.

Minority Minority Minority Minority and Disadvantaged Minority N/A

Attachment A April 12, 2016 Page 2

Bid Summary:

JOC No. 1524

Bidder 1. 2. 3. 4.

Ace Engineering, Inc.A Mackone Development, Inc.A Menco Pacific, Inc.A Harry H. Joh Construction, Inc.

5. MTM Construction, Inc. 6. Vincor Construction, Inc.

Bidder 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Mackone Development, Inc.A Ace Engineering, Inc.A Menco Pacific, Inc.A MTM Construction, Inc. Harry H. Joh Construction, Inc.

6. Vincor Construction, Inc.

Bidder 1. 2. 3. 4.

Mackone Development, Inc.A Ace Engineering, Inc.A Menco Pacific, Inc.A Harry H. Joh Construction, Inc.

5. MTM Construction, Inc. 6. Vincor Construction, Inc.

Total Composite Factor

SBE Certified CBE Certified

0.7000 0.7000 0.7814 0.7939

N N Y Y

1.0075 1.0300

N N

Total Composite Factor

SBE Certified CBE Certified

0.6850 0.7350 0.7814 0.8700 0.9539

N N Y N Y

1.0300

N

Total Composite Factor

Minority Minority Minority Minority Minority and Disadvantaged N/A

SBE Certified CBE Certified

0.6800 0.7700 0.7814 0.8289

N N Y Y

0.8500 1.0300

N N

Non-Selected Bids: A) Failed to meet the minimum special qualifications and requirements and/or submit all required documents. P:Iaepub\CONTRACTS\Board Letter Filesl6oard ~etters\JOC 1522-1526 Enclosures.doc

Minority Minority Minority Minority and Disadvantaged Minority NIA

Minority Minority Minority Minority & Disadvantaged Minority N/A

April 12, 2016

Attachment B CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT JOB ORDER CONTRACTS FOR MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, REMODEL, AND REFURBISHMENT OF COUNTY INFRASTRUCTURE AND FACILITIES AWARD JOB ORDER CONTRACTS 1522, 1523, 1524, 1525, AND 1526 AUTHORIZE PROCEDURE FOR ADDING UNIT PRICING FOR NON PRE-PRICED TASKS TO THE PREVIOUSLY ADOPTED MARCH 2015 JOB ORDER CONTRACT UNIT PRICE BOOK AND SPECIFICATIONS (ALL SUPERVISORIAL DISTRICTS) (3 VOTES)

BIDDERS MINORITY/FEMALE PARTICIPATION JOC No. 1522 —Bidder Recommended for Award c .•Harry H. Joh Construction, Inc.

Minority Owned 100%

Employees Total: 26 2 100% 7.69%

26 Minorities Women Minorities Women

JOC No. 1522 —Non-Selected Bidders •.Ace Engineering, Inc.

c ••Mackone Development, Inc.

Minority Owned 100%

Minority Owned 100%

Employees Total: 9 7 50% 38.88%

18 Minorities Women Minorities Women

Employees Total: 16 3 94.11 17.64%

17 Minorities Women Minorities Women

Attachment B April 12, 2016 Page 2

Bidder

Minority Owned

Menco Pacific, Inc.

100%

Employees Total: 33 4 68.75% 8.33%

48 Minorities Women Minorities Women

JOC No. 1522 —Non-Selected Bidders Bidder MTM Construction, Inc.

Bidder Vincor Construction, Inc.

Minority Owned 100%

Minority Owned 100%

Employees Total: 30 6 99.77% 19.35%

31 Minorities Women Minorities Women

Employees Total: 16 4 94.11% 23.52%

17 Minorities Women Minorities Women

JOC No. 1523 —Bidder Recommended for Award Bidder Harry H. Joh Construction, Inc.

Minority Owned 100%

Employees Total: 26 2 100% 7.69%

26 Minorities Women Minorities Women

JOC No. 1523 —Non-Selected Bidders Bidder Ace Engineering, Inc.

Minority Owned 100°/a

Employees Total: 9 7 50% 38.88%

18 Minorities Women Minorities Women

Attachment B April 12, 2016 Page 3

Bidder Mackone Development, Inc.

Bidder Menco Pacific, Inc.

Bidder MTM Construction, Inc.

Bidder Vincor Construction, Inc.

Minority Owned 100°/o

Minority Owned 100%

Minority Owned 100%

Minority Owned 100%

Employees Total: 16 3 94.11% 17.64%

17 Minorities Women Minorities Women

Employees Total: 33 4 68.75% 8.33%

48 Minorities Women Minorities Women

Employees Total: 30 6 99.77% 19.35%

31 Minorities Women Minorities Women

Employees Total: 16 4 94.11% 23.52%

17 Minorities Women Minorities Women

JOC No. 1524 —Bidder Recommended for Award Bidder Harry H. Joh Construction, Inc.

Minority Owned 100%

Employees Total: 26 2 100% 7.69%

26 Minorities Women Minorities Women

Attachment B April 12, 2016 Page 4

JOC No. 1524 —Non-Selected Bidders Bidder Ace Engineering, Inc.

Bidder Mackone Development, Inc.

Bidder Menco Pacific, Inc.

Bidder MTM Construction, Inc.

Bidder Vincor Construction, Inc.

Minority Owned 100%

Minority Owned 100%

Minority Owned 100°/o

Minority Owned 100%

Minority Owned 100%

Employees Total: 9 7 50% 38.88%

18 Minorities Women Minorities Women

Employees Total: 16 3 94.11% 17.64%

17 Minorities Women Minorities Women

Employees Total: 33 4 68.75% 8.33%

48 Minorities Women Minorities Women

Employees Total: 30 6 99.77% 19.35%

31 Minorities Women Minorities Women

Employees Total: 16 4 94.11% 23.52%

17 Minorities Women Minorities Women

Attachment B April12, 2016 Page 5

JOC No. 1525 —Bidder Recommended for Award Minority Owned

Bidder MTM Construction, Inc.

100%

Employees Total: 30 6 99.77% 19.35%

31 Minorities Women Minorities Women

JOC No. 1525 —Non-Selected Bidders Bidder Ace Engineering, Inc.

Minority Owned 100%

Employees Total: 9 7 50%

38.88% Bidder Harry H. Joh Construction, Inc.

Minority Owned 100%

Minority Owned Mackone Development, Inc.

Bidder Menco Pacific, Inc.

Bidder

100%

Minority Owned 100%

Minority Owned

18 Minorities Women Minorities Women

Employees Total: 26 2 100% 7.69%

26 Minorities Women Minorities Women

Employees Total: 16 3 94.11 17.64%

17 Minorities Women Minorities Women

Employees Total: 33 4 68.75% 8.33% Employees

48 Minorities Women Minorities Women

Attachment B April 12, 2016 Page 6

Vincor Construction, Inc.

100%

Total: 16 4 94.11% 23.52%

17 Minorities Women Minorities Women

JOC No. 1526 —Bidder Recommended for Award Bidder Harry H. Joh Construction, Inc.

Minority Owned 100%

Employees Total: 26 2 100% 7.69%

26 Minorities Women Minorities Women

JOC No. 1526 —Non-Selected Bidders Bidder Ace Engineering, Inc.

Bidder Mackone Development, Inc.

Bidder Menco Pacific, Inc.

Minority Owned 100%

Minority Owned 100°/o

Minority Owned 100%

Employees Total: 9 7 50% 38.88%

18 Minorities Women Minorities Women

Employees Total: 16 3 94.11% 17.64%

17 Minorities Women Minorities Women

Employees Total: 33 4 68.75% 8.33°/a

48 Minorities Women Minorities Women

Attachment B April 12, 2016 Page 7

Bidder MTM Construction, Inc.

Bidder Vincor Construction, Inc.

IVlinority Owned 100%

Minority Owned 100%

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Employees Total: 30 6 99.77% 19.35%

31 Minorities Women Minorities Women

Employees Total: 16 4 94.11% 23.52%

17 Minorities Women Minorities Women

Attachment C

Bid Detail Information Bid Number : AED7740003 Bid Title :Job Order Contract 1522 through 1524 Bid Type :Construction Department :Public Works Commodity :CONSTRUCTION SERVICE, GENERAL(DIGGING, DITCHING, ROAD GRADING, ROCK STABILIZATION, ETC.) Open Date : 11J05/2015 Closing Date :12/02/2015 1:45 PM Bid Amount: $ 4,500,000.00 Bid Download :Not Available Bid Description :The work consists of a broad array of maintenance, repair, remodel and refurbishment of County infrastructure and facilities projects under the direction of Public Works. Public Works will hold a mandatory prebid conference for all JOC bids at 2:00 p.m., November 19, 2015, at 900 South Fremont Avenue, Conference Room D, Alhambra, California 91803, to provide information on the JOC, bidding process, and answer any questions that potential bidders may have. It is required that the pre-bid conference be attended by the President or Owner of each Bidder only. The Bidder must submit to the County the Articles of Incorporation or a notarized document identifying the attendee within 24 hours after the conference. In County's sole discretion, failure to comply with this requirement may be a basis to reject the bid as non-responsive. The maximum dollar value of each contract is $4,500,000. JOC Specification Packets and Bid Forms may be downloaded for free from the Los Angeles County Public Works website, or are available for purchase at the Cashiers Office of Public Works. Individual bid sets are $15, or $40 for a set of three. For further directions, please contact Mr. Mark Martinez with Architectural Engineering Division at (626) 458-2540. To download documents use DPW's contract opportunities website at http://dpw.lacounty.gov/general/contracts/opportunities/ Click here to downf~ad documents Contact Name :Mark Martinez Contact Phone# :(626)458-2540 Contact Email : mamartinez~~a d~`~v.iacountv.gov Last Changed On :11/25/2015 5:06:50 PM Back to Lass Window

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