Bids & RFP/RFQs
Current Bid Invitations and Requests for Proposals/Qualifications
Information for current bid invitations and requests for proposals, including bid documents, plans, contact information, etc., may be found below by clicking on the project title to expand the item.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
The City of Driggs desires the development of a sound, actionable, and fiscally responsible facilities plan that supports the entire city government organization by providing safe and inviting work environments that meet the varying operational needs of all City departments and to prepare for future growth of city facilities.
The City’s intent is to retain a consulting firm with the qualifications and staff resources necessary to perform city governmental facility planning services including, but not limited to, conditional assessment, space and programming needs assessment, and development of a long-term facilities master plan. The facilities master plan should focus on the preservation and potential redevelopment and/or readapting of current facilities [Appendix A] as well as the identification of and/or planning for new facilities to establish a framework for the anticipated City facility needs for the next twenty years. The successful firm will provide services for the City as outlined in Section 2. Scope of Work.
The Consultant shall demonstrate substantial experience in undertaking and completing the type of work required. All questions and communications, whether of a substantive nature or otherwise, regarding this Request for Proposal (RFP) must be submitted via email with the subject line “RFP – Facilities Master Plan'' no later than November 29, 2023. If the City deems it necessary, it will issue one or more written addenda in response to such questions and those addenda will be listed on the City’s website, driggsidaho.org, under the corresponding project listed under Bids & RFPs All questions or communications must be submitted by email to Amber Pence, City Administrator at email@example.com .
The City reserves the right to waive technicalities or to accept or reject any proposal or combination of proposals based upon the City’s determination of its best interest.
Request for Qualifications
CALL TO ARTISTS / FABRICATORS – DRIGGS CITY CENTER PLAZA IMPROVEMENTS
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 2PM WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2023
CONTACT PERSON: Doug Self, Community Development Director
Ph: (208) 354-2362 ext. 2111 or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
SUMMARY OF CALL TO ARTISTS
With support from the Blue Cross of Idaho Foundation for Health, the City of Driggs is seeking artists, custom furniture fabricators or others experienced in the design and fabrication of outdoor public art and furniture to create one or more works that improve the function and experience of the Driggs City Center Plaza (60 S Main St) as a place to find daily inspiration and forge social connections.
The City of Driggs specifically seeks to commission one or more works that address some combination of the following needs identified through surveys and dialogue with the community and plaza stakeholders: unique custom seating, interactive or non-static public art, and screening/noise buffer from Main Street,.
The planned location for the work(s) is along the plaza’s Main Street sidewalk, in the roughly 50ft x 15ft area currently landscaped with shrubs, which will be replaced by plaza pavers.
1) Purpose of Request:
The City of Driggs in the State of Idaho (“City”) is soliciting responses to this invitation to bids (ITB) for the supply of propane to its various facilities.
2) Time Schedule:
The City will follow the general timetable outlined below:
a. Issue ITB 07/26/2023. Notification of the availability of the ITB will be published in the Teton Valley News on 07/26/2023. The full ITB will be available from the City Office at 60 S Main, Driggs, Idaho or by download from the City’s website, www.driggsidaho.org.
b. Deadline for Submittal of Responses to ITB (opening);
i) The deadline for submitting the responses is 08/31/2023 at 12:00 noon local time.
ii) The ITB submittal opening will occur in the City Council Chamber on 08/31/2023 at 1:00 pm local time. A recommendation will be made to, and selection by, the Driggs City Council on 09/05/2023 at 6:00 pm.
3) Instructions to Proposers:
Responses may be either
1) mailed to:
City of Driggs
Attn: 2023 Propane Bid
PO Box 48
Driggs, ID 83422
2) hand delivered to the City Clerk’s office at 60 S. Main Street, Driggs, Idaho
3) emailed to email@example.com Subject 2023 Propane Bid
a. Bids should be prepared simply and economically, providing a straight forward, concise description of provider capabilities to satisfy the requirements of the request.
b. An authorized representative of the firm must complete and sign the original of its bid.
c. The City welcomes potential Providers to visit our facilities. Such visits are by appointment only.
i. To set up a site visit contact Jay Mazalewski, Public Works Director at (208)-354-2362 x 2115 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
4) Terms and Conditions:
a. The City reserves the right to reject any and all bids, and to waive minor irregularities in any ITB response.
b. The City reserves the right to request clarification of the information submitted, and to request additional information from any respondent.
c. Any ITB response may be withdrawn up until the date and time set above for opening of the ITB responses.
d. The Contract awarded shall be for two years, effective October 1, 2023.
5) Background Information:
The City is requesting bids for the following facilities:
Driggs Airport ESR Building: 1000 Gallon tank, owned by the City
Community Center 2-1000 Gallon tanks, owned by the City
Industrial Building 1-500 Gallon tank, owned by the City
Public Works Building 1-1000 Gallon tank, leased from provider
High School Well Building 1-124 Gallon tank leased from provider
Alta Spring 1-305 gallon tank, leased from provider
Reed Memorial Airport 1-1000 Gallon tank, owned by the City
Waste Water Treatment Plant 1-1000 Gallon tank, owned by the City
With the exception of the Alta Spring, the other facilities are all located in the City of Driggs, within one (1) mile of the Community Center. The Alta Spring is located at 680 Ski Hill Road, Alta Wyoming, approximately 6 miles east of Driggs. The estimated total annual propane usage by the City is 28,000 gallons.
6) Scope of Services:
As per the Bidder Response Form below, the City seeks the following:
a. Cost per gallon above rack, with rack used identified, to deliver propane to the
tanks used by the City.
b. Cost to annually inspect all tanks owned by the City of Driggs.
c. The cost to swap out any tanks belonging to another company and install,
according to code, new tanks to be leased from bidder.
d. The cost to lease tanks on an annual basis.
e. The cost of deliver and/or fuel surcharges.
The propane delivered shall be HD5 or better, and propane shall be delivered on a keep full basis, with tanks monitored, at a minimum, on a weekly basis.
Delivery drivers shall be NPGA CETEP trained with Basic Principles and Practices of Propane Delivery Operations or equivalent.
All personnel responding to any propane service or delivery outside the building must have a Liquified Petroleum Gas Dealers license in accordance with Idaho Law.
8) Selection Criteria:
Each bid shall be evaluated based on the following criteria:
a. Total cost for the estimated annual usage of the City, including all other lease and service costs.
b. Contractor’s qualifications including company compliance history with OSHA, DOT and applicable Federal and State environmental regulations.
All responsive submittals shall be reviewed. The City will rank all bids based on the selection criteria.
The City will attempt to reach a final contract with the first ranked Provider. If negotiations with the first ranked Provider fail, the City will proceed with the next highest ranked Provider.
The City anticipates execution of contract within 10 business days of ITB award.
The City of Driggs is accepting Requests For Qualifications and Experience (RFQ) from airport engineering and construction administration consultants for projects at the Driggs-Reed Memorial Airport. Consulting Firms and/or teams (Consultant) shall have extensive, recent and direct experience in all phases of airport development projects, including airport planning, land acquisition, design, construction, architectural/engineering services in all phases, and necessary incidental services for projects expected to be funding under FAA Airport Improvement Program within five years.
CITY OF DRIGGS- REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
City of Driggs/Driggs Reed Memorial Airport is soliciting statements of qualifications and experience (SOQ) to be used in selecting a Principal Consultant to provide ARCHITECTURAL/ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS for Driggs Reed Memorial Airport. Services to be provided are outlined in general in FAA Advisory Circular 150/5100-14E, Change 1, SECTION 1.4.2 for the following projects:
•Develop Capital Improvement Plan
•Taxiway A Edge Lighting
•Construct Flying T Apron
•Reconstruct and Rehabilitate Taxilane and Apron
•Construct General Aviation Terminal Facility
•Security System Update
•Snow Removal Equipment Building Expansion
•Miscellaneous improvements which may include: Navigational Aids, Fencing and Self-Serve Fueling Station
•Administration of Airport Improvement Program (AIP) Grants
The work may be accomplished during the course of multiple grants. All parties are advised that some of the services may not be required and that the Sponsor reserves the right to initiate additional procurement action for any of the services not included in the initial procurement. Selection criteria contained in the FAA Advisory Circular 150/5100-14E, will be applied with the following numerical rating factors assigned:
Capability to perform all or most aspects of the project and recent experience in airport projects comparable to the proposed task.
Key personnel’s professional qualifications and experience and availability for the proposed project; their reputation and professional integrity and competence; and their knowledge of FAA regulations, policies, and procedures.
Capability to meet schedules or deadlines.
Quality of projects previously undertaken and demonstrated capability to complete projects without having major cost escalations or overruns
Qualifications and experience of sub-consultants regularly engaged by the consultant under consideration.
Capability of a branch office that will do the work to perform independently of the home office, or conversely, its capability to obtain necessary support from the home office. The use of geographic location may be a selection criteria provided its application leaves an
appropriate number of qualified firms, given the nature and size of the project, to compete for the contract.
Ability to furnish qualified inspectors for construction inspection if applicable.
Understanding of the project’s potential challenges and the Sponsor’s special concerns.
Upon review of the submitted material, City of Driggs may select a consultant based on the submitted material, or reduce the list of applicants to approximately three (3) for oral presentation. A detailed scope of work will be developed with the selected consultant. Firm consulting fees will be negotiated, utilizing an independent cost estimate as necessary, for the services to be performed under an FAA grant as approved by the FAA. This contract is subject to the provisions of Executive Order 11246 (Affirmative Action to Ensure Equal Employment Opportunity) and to the provisions of Department of transportation Regulations 49 CFR Part 26 (Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Participation). DBE firms are encouraged to submit. To be considered for these services, please provide three (3) bound copies, plus one (1) unbound copy of a Statement of Qualification (SOQ) no later than 5:00 p.m. on or before September 14, 2023 . All responses must be submitted in a sealed envelope plainly marked "Statement of Qualifications – Airport Engineering Services." The bound Statement of Qualifications should not exceed 20 total pages. Questions or comments should be addressed to the attention of: Meredith Fox, City of Driggs, PO Box 48, 60 S. Main Street, Driggs, ID 83422. (208) 354-2362 Ex. 2195Sealed RFQ’s will be received via ground shipping methods only (UPS, FedEx, etc) at: City of Driggs Attn: Airport Coordinator RFQ P.O. Box 48 or 60 So. Main Driggs, ID 83422
All proposals shall be received by September 14th 2023 at 5pm, proposals may be sent via ground shipping methods only. Faxed or emailed proposals will not be accepted. Proposals will be evaluated by a selection committee. A limited number of qualified firms may be selected for a detailed presentation of their proposal for review and final consultant selection. The city reserves the right to reject any or all proposals.
Sealed RFQ’s will be received via ground shipping methods only (UPS, FedEx, etc) at:
City of Driggs
Attn: Airport Manager, RFQ Engineering
P.O. Box 48 or 60 So. Main
Driggs, ID 83422
The deadline for SOQ submissions shall be 5:00 pm on September 14, 2023