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Doing Business with Department of Enterprise Services for General Contractors and Subcontractors. June 19, 2013. Engineering and Architectural Services. Design and Construction Project Management Energy Performance Contracting We serve a number of major state agencies:

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doing business with department of enterprise services for general contractors and subcontractors

Doing Business with Department of Enterprise Servicesfor General Contractors and Subcontractors

June 19, 2013

engineering and architectural services
Engineering and Architectural Services
  • Design and Construction Project Management
  • Energy Performance Contracting
  • We serve a number of major state agencies:

- Community & Technical Colleges - 34 campuses

- Department of Corrections

- Department of Social and Health Services

- Department of Veterans Affairs

- Washington State Patrol

- Department of Enterprise Services

- Approximately 20 additional small agencies

volume of work
Volume of Work

Workload for the 13-15 Biennium is expected to be:

  • More than $500 million in work
  • Approximately 300 projects
  • Capital Budget not yet finalized
public works laws
Public Works Laws
  • Title 39 of the Revised Code of Washington (RCW).
  • All work is directly or indirectly advertised publicly depending on the size of a project.
  • Method of contracting depends on the size and nature of the project.
public works contracting
Public Works Contracting
  • Design – Bid – Build

- Limited Public Works (< $35,000)

- Small Works Roster (< $300,000)

- Advertised

  • General Contractor / Construction Manager (GC/CM) (> $2 million)
  • Design – Build (> $2 million)
  • Job Order Contracting (< $350,000)
design bid build
Design–Bid–Build

Designer

Public Entity

Contractor Selection Process Here

General Contractor

Sub-contractors

gc cm
GC/CM

Designer

Public Entity

Contractor Selected Early in Design

General Contractor

Subcontractor Selection Process

Sub-contractors

design build
Design - Build

Designer

D-B Consultant

Public Entity

Contractor Selected Early in Design

General Contractor

Subcontractors Selected by GC

Sub-contractors

job order contracting
Job Order Contracting

Designer

Public Entity

On-Call Contractor Selected

Separate Designer Optional

General Contractor/ Designer

Sub-contractors

look ahead
Look Ahead
  • View upcoming projects at: https://fortress.wa.gov/ga/apps/EAUpcomingProj/UpcomingProjects.aspx
  • View projects advertised for bid at: https://fortress.wa.gov/ga/apps/EASBids/BidCalendar.aspx
  • Projects are also advertised in the

Daily Journal of Commerce and in the local newspaper.

bid documents
Bid Documents
  • Documents are posted at designated plan centers. See list at: http://des.wa.gov/about/FormsPubs/Pages/Forms.aspx#Construction
  • Paper copies can be obtained from the designer.
small works roster
Small Works Roster
  • Contractors for some projects <$300,000 are bid via the

Small Works Roster (SWR)

  • To get on the SWR, see: http://www.des.wa.gov/services/facilities/Construction/Contractors/Pages/EASSmallWorksRoster.aspx
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Small Works Roster
  • SWR bid opportunities are sent to contractors according to project type and location.
  • It is important for contractors keep information up to date.
job order contracts
Job Order Contracts
  • DES has four JOC contracts identified to cover certain regions in the state:
    • Eastern Washington Region
    • Statewide
    • Southwest Region
    • Northwest Region
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Job Order Contracts
  • JOC contracts (cont.):
    • Each JOC has a limit of $4 million per year of work they can perform.
    • JOC can only perform 10% of the work with the remaining 90% of work subcontracted out.
bid openings
Bid Openings
  • Follow the Instructions to Bidders in the documents carefully
  • Bid Bond or Bid Security is required
  • Other details:

- Acknowledge any addenda

- List major subcontractors

- Sign the bid

- Be on time

contractor s license
Contractor’s License
  • Bidders must have a current state of Washington contractor’s license.
  • Some specialties require special licenses.
performance bond
Performance Bond
  • A 100% Payment and Performance bond is required.
  • An exception can be made for projects less than $35,000.
  • The performance bond must be submitted before the state will sign the construction contract.
insurance
Insurance
  • A minimum level of liability insurance will be specified in the bid documents.
  • Contractors must submit a certificate of insurance before the state will sign the contract.
prevailing wage requirements
Prevailing Wage Requirements
  • Contractors on public works projects must pay prevailing wages
  • An “Intent to Pay Prevailing Wage” form must be submitted for all trades prior to invoicing for those trades
  • At the end of the job, the “Affidavit of Wages Paid” form must be submitted for all trades
apprenticeship requirements
Apprenticeship Requirements
  • For projects >$750,000 a level of 15% apprenticeship participation is required.
  • The requirement is an aggregate for the overall project based on total labor hours.
  • Exceptions can be granted for some circumstances.
minority and women business
Minority and Women Business
  • Most projects have a 10% MBE and 6% WBE voluntary requirement.
  • DES requests MWBE data for the general and subcontractors on the third monthly invoice and at project completion.
  • We request data for both certified and self-identified MWBE participation.
veteran owned businesses
Veteran-Owned Businesses
  • Executive Order 13-01 Veterans Transition Support.
  • Each executive cabinet agency shall set a target of awarding at least 5 % of all procurement contracts to certified veteran-owned businesses.
questions
Questions?

Contacts

Nancy Deakins

360-407-9333

nancy.deakins@des.wa.gov

&

Kent Nugen

360-407-9346

kent.nugen@des.wa.gov

Thank You