For Collaborative Design-Build projects, CPDC staff has provided Design-Builder selection process template documents for campus use. This process entails:
Forms & Templates:
Bid proposal packages include:
The Design-Builder shall not list subcontractors when submitting its proposal. When Design-Assist/Build contractors are given a Phase 2 DB agreement, or when a subcontract is awarded as a part of the DB Phase 2 agreement, then the subcontractor shall list the subcontractor, which shall then be subject to PCC 4100 rights. Contractor shall include the appropriate subcontractor listing document from the list below:
Confirm Proposer License/Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) Regulation: Bid proposal packages are assembled and numbered by the campus bidding office. Prior to issuing a bid proposal package, the campus bidding office must confirm that the bidder is registered with the DIR to bid public works projects, appropriately licensed by CSLB, and prequalified with the CSU.
The campus confirms the bidder's prequalification status during the RFQ process, therefore, the campus may then issue a fee proposal package to the shortlisted proposer. The campus shall not post fee proposal packages online without the "Sample" overlay on the bid proposal form.
Addenda: If necessary, the Construction Administrator must issue an addendum to address any deficiency in the bid documents. If the addendum contains material changes, it must be distributed not later than 72 hours prior to bid by law, and by policy, five working days.
Contractor's prequalification approval letter is generated by the PlanetBids Prequalification Module database, once the contractor's application is approved by the Chancellor's Office Prequalification Coordinator.
Contractor has access to download letter and send to campus as evidence of its prequalification status.
Prequalification of Prospective Bidders: Information for Applicants