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The City of Jackson has partnered with BidNet as part of the Michigan Inter-governmental Trade Network (MITN) as a tool to communicate to vendors what the City is searching for in regard to a specific bid or proposal opportunities to this site.  As a vendor, you can register with the Michigan Inter-governmental Trade Network  (MITN) and be sure that you see all available bids and opportunities. By selecting automatic bid notification, your company will receive emails once City of Jackson has a bid opportunity that matches your company's business. In addition, the site handles bid opportunities, RFPs, and RFQs for other member governmental agencies throughout Michigan.  These documents are also posted on the City of Jackson’s website.

City of Jackson looks forward to providing you with more bid information and simplifying the entire bid, proposal, and quote processes for everyone involved.  We appreciate your cooperation and welcome your participation.  If you need help registering, please call the Michigan Inter-governmental Trade Network  support department toll free 1-800-835-4603.

Link for Open/Closed Bids for City of Jackson:  Michigan Inter-governmental Trade Network

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Contact Us

  1. Shelly Allard
    Shelly Allard
    Purchasing Coordinator
    Email

    City Hall
    161 W. Michigan Ave.
    10th Floor
    Jackson, MI 49201

    Ph: 517-788-4020
    Fx: 866-971-2119

    Shelly Allard graduated from Jackson Community College with an Associate’s Degree in April 1986. Shelly began working at the City of Jackson in the Purchasing Department as a Purchasing Technician in 1986 and became Purchasing Coordinator after.

    Staff Directory

RFQP 20-001 LOCAL STREET ENGINEERING

 

PHASE PE (PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING):

This phase will include all work necessary to obtain an MDEQ Act 399 Permit for Water Supply Systems and let a construction contract for the replacement of each listed section of water main. At a MINIMUM, Phase PE shall address the following:

a) Soil and Topographic Surveys

The consultant shall collect all soil and topographic information necessary design the project and prepare contract documents. All soil testing shall conform to ASTM standards. A report of soil borings and test results shall be prepared by the consultant and submitted to the City prior to the initiation of design work. Survey shall be conducted and entered into AutoCAD in accordance with City of Jackson standards (see Attachment 1). Surveys shall be tied to USGS monuments as well as other monuments in the general area.

b) Preparation of Plans, Specifications and Engineer’s Estimate

The consultant shall prepare plans, specifications and an engineer’s estimate of construction costs in accordance with the standards and requirements of MDOT and governing agencies.  For those items not included in the MDOT Standard Specifications for Construction, the City of Jackson’s Special Provisions shall be used. The consultant will generate Special Provisions only for those items not included in the Standard Specifications or City of Jackson Special Provisions.  Engineer’s Estimate shall be prepared using MERL software. Plans shall be prepared using AutoCAD according to City drafting standards (see Attachment 1).  Preliminary submittals shall be made to the City for review and comment prior to finalization.

c) Attend progress meetings as necessary for the review of preliminary plans, specifications and engineer’s estimate.

d) Upon review by City & MDEQ staff, make changes to plans, specifications and estimate to meet City and MDEQ requirements and provide the Owner with a complete ready-to-bid project.

e) Prepare and, after owner approval, submit applications for applicable MDOT right-of-way permits, MDEQ permits for water supply, Jackson County Part 41 Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control permits and Jackson County Department of Transportation right-of-way permits (for advance warning and detour signing on road beyond the City Limits).

PHASE CE (CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING):

This phase will include all work necessary to administer a construction contract for the replacement of each listed section of water main.

a) Provide construction surveying and layout.

b) Provide contract administration services including the preparation of bi-weekly pay estimates and contract modifications, review of shop drawings, etc. in accordance with MDOT requirements.

c) Provide construction engineering supervision including on-site construction inspection. Inspection shall be performed by technician(s) qualified to provide such services to MDOT.

d) Maintain the official documentation files in accordance with MDOT requirements for Federal Aid Projects.

e) Coordinate with the City for materials testing. Materials testing services shall be the responsibility of the City and are not included the scope of services for this request for proposals.

f) Attend bi-weekly progress meetings at the project site(s).

g) Prepare as-built record documentation for water main improvements in both PDF and AutoCAD formats. As-built documentation shall be prepared in accordance with the City’s Water Main As-Built Documentation Procedure (see Attachment 2). Blank cards for services, valves and hydrant will be provided to the consultant by the City for use in as-build record preparation.

TASKS:

Task I Third Street from Washington Avenue to Michigan Avenue. Construction on Third

Street shall consist of water main and water service replacement, curb and gutter replacement and full depth pavement reconstruction and the installation of low level decorative street lights. Construction for this task is scheduled to be substantially complete and open to traffic no later than October 16, 2020. Construction on Third Street will be paid for with a combination of City Water Funds, City Local Street Funds, CDBG Funds and Special Assessments.

Task II Washington Avenue from Fourth Street to First Street. Construction on Washington Avenue shall consist of water main and water service replacement, full depth pavement reconstruction and the installation of low level decorative street lights between Fourth Street and Second Street. Construction for this task is scheduled to be substantially complete and open to traffic no later than October 16, 2020. Construction on Third Street will be paid for with a combination of City Water Funds, City Local Street Funds, CDBG Funds and Special Assessments.

Task III Wellworth Street from Losey Avenue to 1200 feet east. Construction on Wellworth Street shall consist of full depth pavement reconstruction. Construction for this task is scheduled to be substantially complete and open to traffic no later than October 16, 2020. Construction on Wellworth Street will be paid for with a combination of City Local Street Funds and Special Assessments.

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RFQP 20-002 MAJOR STREET ENGINEERING


PHASE PE (PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING):

This phase will include all work necessary to obtain an MDEQ Act 399 Permit for Water Supply Systems and let a construction contract for the replacement of each listed section of water main. At a MINIMUM, Phase PE shall address the following:

a) Soil and Topographic Surveys

The consultant shall collect all soil and topographic information necessary design the project and prepare contract documents. All soil testing shall conform to ASTM standards. A report of soil borings and test results shall be prepared by the consultant and submitted to the City prior to the initiation of design work. Survey shall be conducted and entered into AutoCAD in accordance with City of Jackson standards (see Attachment 1). Surveys shall be tied to USGS monuments as well as other monuments in the general area.

b) Preparation of Plans, Specifications and Engineer’s Estimate

The consultant shall prepare plans, specifications and an engineer’s estimate of construction costs in accordance with the standards and requirements of MDOT and governing agencies.  For those items not included in the MDOT Standard Specifications for Construction, the City of Jackson’s Special Provisions shall be used. The consultant will generate Special Provisions only for those items not included in the Standard Specifications or City of Jackson Special Provisions.  Engineer’s Estimate shall be prepared using MERL software. Plans shall be prepared using AutoCAD according to City drafting standards (see Attachment 1).  Preliminary submittals shall be made to the City for review and comment prior to finalization.

c) Attend progress meetings as necessary for the review of preliminary plans, specifications and engineer’s estimate.

d) Upon review by City & MDEQ staff, make changes to plans, specifications and estimate to meet City and MDEQ requirements and provide the Owner with a complete ready-to-bid project.

e) Prepare and, after owner approval, submit applications for applicable MDOT right-of-way permits, MDEQ permits for water supply, Jackson County Part 41 Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control permits and Jackson County Department of Transportation right-of-way permits (for advance warning and detour signing on road beyond the City Limits).

PHASE CE (CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING):

This phase will include all work necessary to administer a construction contract for the replacement of each listed section of water main.

a) Provide construction surveying and layout.

b) Provide contract administration services including the preparation of bi-weekly pay estimates and contract modifications, review of shop drawings, etc. in accordance with MDOT requirements.

c) Provide construction engineering supervision including on-site construction inspection. Inspection shall be performed by technician(s) qualified to provide such services to MDOT.

d) Maintain the official documentation files in accordance with MDOT requirements for Federal Aid Projects.

e) Coordinate with the City for materials testing. Materials testing services shall be the responsibility of the City and are not included the scope of services for this request for proposals.

f) Attend bi-weekly progress meetings at the project site(s).

g) Prepare as-built record documentation for water main improvements in both PDF and AutoCAD formats. As-built documentation shall be prepared in accordance with the City’s Water Main As-Built Documentation Procedure (see Attachment 2). Blank cards for services, valves and hydrant will be provided to the consultant by the City for use in as-build record preparation.

 

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RFQP 20-003 WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT


PHASE PE (PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING):

This phase will include all work necessary to obtain an MDEQ Act 399 Permit for Water Supply Systems and let a construction contract for the replacement of each listed section of water main. At a MINIMUM, Phase PE shall address the following:

a) Soil and Topographic Surveys

The consultant shall collect all soil and topographic information necessary design the project and prepare contract documents. All soil testing shall conform to ASTM standards. A report of soil borings and test results shall be prepared by the consultant and submitted to the City prior to the initiation of design work. Survey shall be conducted and entered into AutoCAD in accordance with City of Jackson standards (see Attachment 1). Surveys shall be tied to USGS monuments as well as other monuments in the general area.

b) Preparation of Plans, Specifications and Engineer’s Estimate

The consultant shall prepare plans, specifications and an engineer’s estimate of construction costs in accordance with the standards and requirements of MDOT and governing agencies.

For those items not included in the MDOT Standard Specifications for Construction, the City of Jackson’s Special Provisions shall be used. The consultant will generate Special Provisions only for those items not included in the Standard Specifications or City of Jackson Special Provisions.  Engineer’s Estimate shall be prepared using MERL software. Plans shall be prepared using AutoCAD according to City drafting standards (see Attachment 1).  Preliminary submittals shall be made to the City for review and comment prior to finalization.

c) Attend progress meetings as necessary for the review of preliminary plans, specifications and engineer’s estimate.

d) Upon review by City & MDEQ staff, make changes to plans, specifications and estimate to meet City and MDEQ requirements and provide the Owner with a complete ready-to-bid project.

e) Prepare and, after owner approval, submit applications for applicable MDOT right-of-way permits, MDEQ permits for water supply, Jackson County Part 41 Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control permits and Jackson County Department of Transportation right-of-way permits (for advance warning and detour signing on road beyond the City Limits).

PHASE CE (CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING):

This phase will include all work necessary to administer a construction contract for the replacement of each listed section of water main.

a)  Provide construction surveying and layout.

b)  Provide contract administration services including the preparation of bi-weekly pay  estimates and contract modifications, review of shop drawings, etc. in accordance with MDOT requirements.

c)  Provide construction engineering supervision including on-site construction inspection.   Inspection shall be performed by technician(s) qualified to provide such services to MDOT.

d)  Maintain the official documentation files in accordance with MDOT requirements for Federal Aid Projects.

e)  Coordinate with the City for materials testing. Materials testing services shall be the responsibility of the City and are not included the scope of services for this request for proposals.

f)   Attend bi-weekly progress meetings at the project site(s).

g)  Prepare as-built record documentation for water main improvements in both PDF and  AutoCAD formats. As-built documentation shall be prepared in accordance with the City’s Water Main As-Built Documentation Procedure (see Attachment 2).  Blank cards for services, valves and hydrant will be provided to the consultant by the City for use in as-build record preparation.

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RFQP 20-004 NON-MOTORIZED TRAIL ENGINEERING


PHASE PE (PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING):

This phase will include all work necessary to obtain all necessary permits and let a construction contract for the mixed-use non-motorized trail and associated bridge. At a MINIMUM, Phase PE shall address the following:

a) Soil and Topographic Surveys

The consultant shall collect all soil and topographic information necessary design the project and prepare contract documents. All soil testing shall conform to ASTM standards. A report of soil borings and test results shall be prepared by the consultant and submitted to the City prior to the initiation of design work. Survey shall be conducted and entered into AutoCAD in accordance with City of Jackson standards (see Attachment 1). Surveys shall be tied to USGS monuments as well as other monuments in the general area.

b) Preparation of Plans, Specifications and Engineer’s Estimate

The consultant shall prepare plans, specifications and an engineer’s estimate of construction costs in accordance with the standards and requirements of MDOT and governing agencies.

For those items not included in the MDOT Standard Specifications for Construction, the City of

Jackson’s Special Provisions shall be used. The consultant will generate Special Provisions only for those items not included in the Standard Specifications or City of Jackson Special Provisions.  Engineer’s Estimate shall be prepared using MERL software. Plans shall be prepared using AutoCAD according to City drafting standards (see Attachment 1).  Preliminary submittals shall be made to the City for review and comment prior to finalization.

c) Attend progress meetings as necessary for the review of preliminary plans, specifications and engineer’s estimate.

d) Upon review by City, MDOT and Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE) staff, make changes to plans, specifications and estimate to meet City, MDOT and EGLE requirements and provide the Owner with a complete ready-to-bid project.

e) Prepare and, after owner approval, submit applications for applicable Jackson County Department of Transportation (JCDOT) right-of-way permits, Jackson County Part 41 Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control permits and EGLE / US Army Corp of Engineers Joint Permits for bridge construction.

TASKS:

Task I

Sharp Park Trail from Hickory Avenue to the Martin Luther King Equality Trail. Construction of the Sharp Park Trail shall include the placement of a 10-foot wide concrete trail adjacent to Elmdale Road and Jackson Street from Hickory Avenue to South Street and the construction and/or rehabilitation of concrete sidewalk adjacent to Jackson Street from South Street to the Martin Luther King Equality  Trail. Construction of the trail through Ella Sharp Park will include a bridge over the open drain located approximately 800 feet west of the intersection of Elmdale Road and Jackson Street. Construction is scheduled to be substantially complete and the trail open to traffic no later than July 30, 2021.

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MARTIN LUTHER KING CENTER BUILDING REMODEL


Sealed proposals for MARTIN LUTHER KING CENTER BUILDING REMODEL will be received by the City of Jackson Purchasing Agent, 161 W. Michigan Avenue, 10th Floor, Jackson, Michigan, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 2020 until 9:00:00 AM.

The work includes the following partial listing of items with approximate quantities:

Work involves interior remodel to include architectural, mechanical, electrical and plumbing trades. Also included is roof work, exterior shell improvements and site work.

Bidders may obtain packets containing Instructions to Bidders, Proposal Forms, Specifications and Contract Forms at the Purchasing Department, 10th Floor, 161 W. Michigan Avenue, Jackson, Michigan 49201, Telephone (517) 788-4020 or from the city’s website at http://www.cityofjackson.org/rfq. 

Prospective bidders are invited to attend a pre-bid meeting on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2019 at 10:00:00 AM, MARTIN LUTHER KING CENTER, 1107 ADRIAN, JACKSON, MI 49203.

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