Contracting with Treasure Island Community Development (TICD)

Open Requests for Proposals/Qualifications:

TICD-19-01: As-Needed Testing and Inspection/Specialty Inspection Services

Click here for full TICD-19-01 Bid documents, information and contact posted on the San Francisco Office of Contract Administration's Bid Database.

Treasure Island Community Development (“TICD”) is soliciting Statements of Interest and Qualifications from qualified testing & inspection/specialty inspection firms to provide on-call As-Needed Professional Services for specific tasks associated with the  development of the Treasure Island Project ("Project”).

The selected consulting firms will be added to a Qualified Vendor List, and, subsequent to a future fee proposal submittal process, may contract directly with a joint venture managed by TICD, the Master Developer of the Project, who will provide direct oversight and management of the scope of work.

  • Bid Due Date/Time: Monday Febraury 25, 2019, 4:00 PM
  • Pre-Bid Conference Date/Time: Monday Februrary 11, 2019, 10:00 AM - The Pre-Bid Conference Date has been revised.
  • Type: Consultants and Professional Services
  • Duration: 18 Months
  • Estimated Cost: $250,000

 


TICD Construction Contractor Liasion:

Help Line: Call (415) 905-5305

Send an email: TICCAPHelp@wilsonmeany.com

Please note the that the target user for this above information is emerging Small Business Enterprise (SBE) subcontractors interested in participating in the Project.

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TICD Contracting Opportunities Background:

Contracts for physical construction and improvements (including: abatement, demolition, construction, street installation and utility system installations) are managed and issued by Treasure Island Community Development (TICD).  These contracts are private contracts, and TICD's solicitation and contracting obligations are defined by the Project's Small Business Enterprise Procedures - Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island (the "SBE Procedures"). As an objective of  the development of Treasure Island is to create contracting opportunities for small business professional service firms and construction contractors, a Jobs and Equal Opportunity Program (the “Jobs EOP”) was attached to and made a part of the June 28, 2011 Disposition and Development Agreement between TIDA and TICD.

The Jobs EOP includes a number of employment, contracting and economic development provisions,and Section 3-Participation Goals for Small Business Enterprises of the Jobs EOP establishes small business policies and participation goals for Covered Work.

The SBE Procedures implement the Small Business Enterprise participation goals set forth in the Jobs EOP and in accordance therewith require good faith efforts designed to ensure that monies are spent in a manner that provides SBEs with an opportunity to compete for and participate in the Covered Work and to ensure broad contracting opportunities for all categories of SBEs.