||VIABLE CONTRACTORS: Contractor must be licensed, bonded, insured and current on all taxes. Failure to comply will result in bid rejection.
Be bondable for 110% of the contract
Be insured for the construction cost through completion and for 60 days after acceptance
Limits of Liability shall not be less than $2,000,000.00 combined single limit for bodily injury and property damage (other than automobile liability) each occurrence: personal injury and advertising liability each occurrence
$1,000,000.00 annual aggregate for products and completed operation liability
$1,000,000.00 combined single limit for automobile bodily injury and property damage liability each accident or loss
||The Nisqually Tribal Housing is accepting proposals to design, develop, and build Three turnkey 2 bedroom duplexes Each structure will consist of: 4 bedrooms (2 in each unit) 2 bathrooms (1 in each unit) 1700 to 2000 square feet (850-1000 per unit) Foundation with crawl space Carport See attached schedule of items to be included in each unit. SCHEDULD “A” The purpose of this RFP is to provide a fair evaluation for all candidates. The proposal must contain the signature of a duly authorized officer or agent of the company submitting the proposal. Submit plans, designs with bid. Does not have to be to scale. 4 | P a g e The price you quote should be all inclusive. (Unless otherwise stated this is a 100% turnkey contract). If your price excludes certain fees or charges, you must provide a detailed list of excluded fees with compete explanation of the nature of those fees. If the execution of work to be performed by your company requires the hiring of sub-contractor you must state this in your proposal. If Sub-contractors are used ·
The following information will be divulged before signing of the contract · Company name and work they will be performing · Copy of license and insurance · Nisqually Tribal Housing will not refuse a proposal based upon the use of sub-contractors: however we retain the right to refuse the sub-contractors you have selected · Bonding requirements CONTRACT TERMS The Nisqually Tribal Housing will negotiate contract terms upon selection. All contracts are subject to review by the Nisqually Legal Department. Projects will be awarded upon signing of an agreement or contract, which outlines terms, scope, budget and other necessary items. Before construction begins and the notice to proceed is issued there will be a pre-con meeting with parties having input on the contract: I. E. Housing Accountant, Public Works, TERO, TIPO, and Contract Administration. Once contract is awarded, plans must be stamped and engineered. There will be a plan review with Nisqually Indian Tribal Housing prior to construction. No construction may begin until plans have been reviewed and approved by Nisqually Indian Tribal Housing.
Work hours are 7:00 AM until 6:00 PM Monday to Friday. Weekend work may be requested in writing. All tools and materials will be the responsibility of the contractor PAYMENTS This project will be financed through a Funding Institution. Contractor will have to be liquid enough to build this project and be paid on percent of completion. This will be done in approximately 5 or 6 draws. TIME LINE · This RFP is dated April 18, 2016. Contractors and interested parties may also request a copy be sent via e-mail by contacting: Bob Smith at email@example.com ·
Proposals are due no later than May 27, 2016 at the close of business, 5:00 PM 5 | P a g e · Proposals will be evaluated immediately thereafter. During this time we may require interviews at our office with our evaluation team, you will be notified if this is a required. BACKGROUND OF ORGANIZATION · List recent projects completed in recent times. Include photographs if possible · Provide references QUALIFICATIONS · Licensed contractor · Be bondable for 110% of the contract · Be insured for the construction cost through completion and for 60 days after acceptance INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS · Limits of Liability shall not be less than $2,000,000.00 combined single limit for bodily injury and property damage (other than automobile liability) each occurrence: personal injury and advertising liability each occurrence · $1,000,000.00 annual aggregate for products and completed operation liability · $1,000,000.00 combined single limit for automobile bodily injury and property damage liability each accident or loss
ELECTRICAL · Electrical will be completed by the contractor · All electrical inspections will be completed by tribal public works department Proper notification for inspections will need to be done. Call Bob Smith, Housing Director to schedule inspections 360/359/6628 INSPECTIONS · All inspections will be completed by Housing Staff or its assigned representative · All inspections will need a 24 hour notice Inspections will be done after each major step in construction. These will be covered at the pre-con meeting. EVERYTHING MUST BE INSPECTED BEFORE IT’S COVERED. Call Bob Smith, Housing Director to schedule inspections 360/359/6628 CLOSE OUT AND PUNCH LIST · All punch list items must be taken care of within 60 days of substantial completion 6 | P a g e · All close out documents must be turned in before the release of the retention · All certified payroll will be turned in before release of retention · Lien release from all sub-contractors and general contractor will be signed before the final payment of the retention funds will be released
PROJECT AWARD · At the time the contract is awarded all bidders will be notified · At that time a pre-construction meeting will be set for the winning contractor · Verify that you are able and still want the project · Meet with the accounting staff and produce all required documents · Instructions will be laid out on how payments will be made · Set a time line for the project · Set a progress meeting schedule
CONTRACT PROVISIONS: REPORTING OF CONTRACTOR Section 1 – The Contractor is to report to the Nisqually Housing Manager and/or Director and confer with them as necessary to insure satisfactory work progress. Section 2 – All reports, estimates, memoranda and documents submitted by the Contractor must be dated and bear the Contractors name. Section 3 – All reports made in connection with these services are subject to review and final approval by the Nisqually Housing Director. Section 4 – When Applicable, the Contractor will submit a draft to the Nisqually Housing Director once approved by the director, the draft will be turned into the CEO and Tribal Council for final processing and approval.
Section 1 – The contractor will provide the required services and will not subcontract or assign the services without prior written approval of the Nisqually Housing Director. Subcontractors, as well as primary contractors, are subject to the TERO ordinance and the Tribe’s Native American preference policy (detailed below.) This ordinance applies to all sub-contractors as well.
P a g e INDEMNIFICATION AGREEMENT The contractor will protect, defend and indemnify the Nisqually Tribe, its officers, agents volunteers and employees from any and all liabilities, claims, liens fines, demands and costs, including legal fees, of whatsoever kind and nature which may result in injury or death to any persons, including the Contractors own employees and loss of damages to any property, including property owned or in the care, custody or control of the Nisqually Tribe in connection with or in any way incident to or arising out of the occupancy, use, service, operations, performance or non-performance of work in connection with this contract resulting in whole or in part from negligent acts or omissions of contractor, any sub-contractor, or any employee, agent or representative of the contactor or any sub-contractor. NATIVE AMERICAN PREFERENCE The Nisqually Tribe’s Native American preference in contracting policy will be used to select the winning bid. The owner wishes to make available any and all opportunities for employment and training for Nisqually Tribal Members, their immediate families, and all other Native Americans. Therefore, the Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance (TERO) is in effect for this project. This includes but is not limited to: · Native preference in employment. · Native preference in contracting. · 1.75% Employment Rights tax on all projects $20,000 and over. TERO also applies to subcontractors and all sub tiers. It is the responsibility of the bidder to contact the TERO officer. Nisqually TERO; Frances Rohr 360-456-5221 x1128 firstname.lastname@example.org TRIBAL HISTORIC PRESERVATION OFFICER REQUIREMENTS The contractor will meet THPO if necessary Annette Bullchild (360) 456-5221, ext. 1106 email@example.com