Sub Bid Requests


     THOMPSON BUILDERS CORPORATION is requesting bids from DBE and SBE subcontractors, suppliers &   truckers for the following project. 
Construction of Hayward Maintenance Complex Project
Central Warehouse Contract No. 01RQ-150
Hayward, CA
Owner: San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District
Bid Date:   1/23/18 @ 2:00 PM        Estimate:  $46 Million to $54 Million  
Goal:  26% DBE including SBE Elements

Division 2 – Existing Conditions (Demolition; Selective Structure Demolition; Asbestos Abatement)
Division 3 – Concrete (Portland Cement Concrete; Concrete Forming; Concrete Accessories; Waterstops; Concrete Reinforcing; Cast-In-Place Concrete; Concrete Finishing; Gypsum Cement Underlayment; Non-Shrink Grout)
Division 4 -  Masonry (Concrete Unit Masonry)
Division 5- Metals (Post-installed Concrete Anchors; Metal Welding; Structural Steel Framing; Metal Decking; Cold-Formed Metal Framing; Metal Fabrication; Metal Stairs; Metal Railings; Bar Gratings; Decorative Metal)
Division 6 – Wood, Plastics and Composites (Rough Carpentry; Sheathing; Architectural Wood Casework; Plastic Paneling; Fiberglass Reinforced Gratings)
Division 7 – Thermal and Moisture Protection (Building Insulation; Radiant Heating Rigid Insulation; Foamed-In-Place Insulation; Vapor Retarders; Standing-Seam Metal Roof Panels; Metal Wall Panels; Flashing and Sheet Metal; Firestopping; Joint Protection; Interior Expansion Joint Cover Assemblies)
Division 8 – Openings (Metal Doors and Frames; Stainless-Steel Doors and Frames; Access Doors and Panels; Overhead Coiling Doors; High Speed Specialty Doors; Aluminum-Framed Entrances and Storefronts; Door Hardware; Glazing)
Division 9 – Finishes (Gypsum Board Shaft Wall Assemblies; Supports for Plaster and Gypsum Board; Gypsum Board; Composite Structural Panels; Tiling; Acoustical Panel Ceilings; Resilient Base and Accessories; Resilient Tile Flooring; Static Dissipative Resilient Flooring; Resilient Athletic Flooring; Resinous Flooring; Tile Carpeting; Painting; Chemical Resistant Coatings)
Division 10- Specialties (Visual Display Units; Signage; Plastic Toilet Compartments; Toilet and Janitorial Accessories; Safety Specialties; Metal Lockers; Industrial Storage Racks)
Division 11 – Equipment (Loading Dock Equipment; Residential Appliances; Industrial Equipment)
Division 12 – Furnishings (Horizontal Louver Blinds; Solid Surfacing Countertops; Quartz Agglomerate Countertops; Entrance Floor Grilles; Site Furnishings)
Division 13- Special Construction (Metal Building Systems; Hazmat Structures)
Division 14- Conveying Systems (Hydraulic Elevators)
Division 20 – Facility Services (Plumbing and HVAC Insulation; Common Materials & Methods for Facility Services-Fire Suppression, Plumbing and HVAC; Pipe Sleeves, Supports and Anchors for Facility Services; Vibration Isolation and Seismic Control for Facility Services; Identification for Facility Services; Raceways for Facility Services; Underground Ductwork and Structures for Facility Services; Motors for Facility Services; Indoor Cabinets, Racks, Frames and Enclosures; Common Materials and Methods for Electrical Systems; General Requirements for Systems Designs; Basic Materials and Methods for Systems; Factory and Field Testing; Systems Integration Testing)
Division 21 – Fire Suppression (Wet-Pipe Sprinkler System; Dry Chemical Fire Extinguishing System; Clean Agent Fire Extinguishing System; Electric Drive, Centrifugal Fire Pumps)
Division 22- Plumbing (Commissioning of Plumbing; Water Distribution; Sanitary Sewerage; Storm Drainage; Sump Pumps; Plumbing Fixtures)
Division 23 – HVAC (Testing, Adjusting and Balancing for HVAC; Commissioning of HVAC; Instrumentation and Control for HVAC; Direct Digital Control Systems for HVAC (EMS Control) Refrigerant Piping; HVAC Ducts and Casings; HVAC Fans; Hydroponic Hot Water Condensing Boilers; Air Cooled Chiller; Unitary HVAC Equipment; Radiant Heating Hydronic piping)
Division 26 – Electrical (Medium Voltage Cables; Dry Type Transformers; Low-Voltage Wires and Cables; Grounding and Bonding for Electrical Systems; Electrical Cabinets and Enclosures; Overcurrent Protective Devise Short Circuit Study; Overcurrent Protective Devise Coordination Study; Overcurent Protective Devise Arc Flash Study; Commissioning of Electric Systems; Lighting Control System; Pad-Mounted, Liquid Filled, Medium Voltage Transformers; Switchboards; Motor Starters and Contactors; Circuit Breakers and Panelboards; DC Battery System ; Uninterruptible Power Supply and lIghting Inverter; Lighting)
Division 27 Communications (Communication Cables and Related Equipment; Misc Computer and Communications Subsystems; Telephone Systems; Public Address System; Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition System; Radio Amplifier System)
Division 28 -  Electronic Safety and Security (Access Control System; Fire Detection and Alarm System; Closed Circuit Television System)
Division 31 – Earthwork (Earthwork; Clearing and Grubbing; Dewatering; Controlled Density Fill; Slope Protection; Shoring and Underpinning; Vibro-Replacement Stone Columns; Excavation Support and Protection)
Division 32 – Exterior Improvements (Aggregate Base Courses; Aggregate Drainage Layer; Asphalt Paving; Concrete Curbs, Gutters and Walks; Parking Bumpers; Pavement Markings; Traffic Barriers; Chain link Fences and Gates; Planting Irrigation; Planting; Bioretention Soil)
Division 33 – Utilities (Utility Structures; Support and Protection of Utilities; Trenching and Backfilling for Utilities; Water Utility Distribution Piping; Sanitary Utility Sewerage piping; Storm Drain Utilities)
Please submit bids to us by noon on bid day.
*No contractor or subcontractor may be listed on a bid proposal for a public works project (submitted on or after March 1, 2015) unless registered with the Department of Industrial Relations pursuant to Labor Code section 1725.5 [with limited exceptions from this requirement for bid purposes only under Labor Code section 1771.1(a)] *No contractor or subcontractor may be awarded a contract for public work on a public works project (awarded on or after April 1, 2015) unless registered with the Department of Industrial Relations pursuant to Labor Code section 1725.5. *This project is subject to compliance monitoring and enforcement by the Department of Industrial Relations.
We are signatory to both the Carpenters Collective Bargaining Agreement and the Laborers Collective Bargaining Agreement.  Certification of insurance for General Liability and Workers’ Compensation are required.  A Waiver of Subrogation will also be required with all Subcontract Agreements. Subcontractors’ faithful performance and payment bonds in the amount of the subcontract price will be required.  Reasonable market rate bond premium will be reimbursed by Thompson Builders Corporation.
TBC is willing to discuss breaking down bid items into economically feasible units for minority participation. Our estimating department is available for assistance with bonding, lines of credit, insurance, equipment, supplies and/or materials. The Small Business Administration ( ), the California Dept. of General Services ( and U.S. Dept. of Transportation Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization ( ) may also be able to offer financial assistance and/or information regarding insurance and bonding. Plans and specs may be viewed at various local Builder’s Exchanges, in our office at 250 Bel Marin Keys Blvd., Bldg. A, Novato, Monday  through  Friday  from 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM.  Or may be emailed upon request.  Or may be downloaded from the link:


Thompson Builders Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Contact:  Dalia Nieto  (415) 456-8972        FAX: (415) 459-0665

Thompson Builders Corporation - Construction of Hayward Maintenance Complex Project Central Warehouse Contract No. 01RQ-150

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