Accept bid of McClure and Sons, Inc. for the Columbia Boulevard Wastewater Treatment Plant Organic Waste Receiving Facility Project for $7,067,866 (Procurement Report - ITB No. 00001591)
June 9, 2021
TO THE COUNCIL:
On July 15, 2020, Council approved Ordinance Number 190048 for Procurement Services to competitively solicit the Columbia Boulevard Wastewater Treatment Plant Organic Waste Receiving Facility Project in accordance with PCC 5.34. The Chief Procurement Officer has advertised and received bids for Bid Number 00001591 on behalf of the Bureau of Environmental Services (BES), with a project construction estimate of $7,821,000. BES rated the project estimate confidence level as Moderate .
Bids were opened on April 27, 2021, and four (4) bids were received. The lowest responsive bid is from McClure and Sons, Inc., thus it is recommended that their bid be accepted at the estimated unit prices quoted for a total bid amount of $7,067,866, which is 10% under the engineer’s estimate.
The City’s equity in contracting aspirational goal of 20% of the hard construction costs for subcontractor and supplier utilization of firms certified by the State’s Certification Office for Business Inclusion and Diversity (COBID) applies to this project. McClure and Sons, Inc has committed to subcontract 20.36% toCOBID Certified firms as follows:
Area of Work
All City Paving, LLC
Boyter Brothers, LLC
Colors NW, Inc.
M2 Integration LLC
S&F Land Services, LLC
McClure and Sons, Inc. acting as the prime contractor intends to self-perform 65.4% of the work and to contract 14.24% to the following non-certified firm:
Area of Work
CSI Industries, Inc.
Purcell P&C, LLC dba Purcell Painting & Coatings
Painting and Coating
McClure and Sons, Inc. is located in Mill Creek, Washington, and is not a State COBID Certified Contractor. They have a current City of Portland Business Tax Registration and are in full compliance with all of the City’s contracting requirements.
Funding for the Project is available in the Sewer System Operating Fund, FY 2020 Budget, Bureau of Environmental Services, WBS E10804.
It is recommended that a Performance Bond and Payment Bond each at 100% of the contract amount be furnished by the Contractor. Further, it is also recommended that a two (2) year Maintenance/Warranty Bond for 20% of the final contract amount be furnished by the Contractor before final payment is released.
The bid sureties of the remaining bidders should be returned immediately in compliance with Section 5.34.410D of the City Code.
Procurement Services recommends that Council accept this Report and authorize the Chief Procurement Officer to execute the contract with McClure and Sons, Inc.
Interim Chief Procurement Officer
Official Record (Efiles)
Referred to Commissioner of Finance and Administration
607 Regular Agenda in July 28-29, 2021 Council Agenda
Accepted - Prepare Contract
- Former Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty Nay
- Commissioner Mingus Mapps Yea
- Commissioner Carmen Rubio Yea
- Commissioner Dan Ryan Yea
- Mayor Ted Wheeler Yea