When our team at PCOE is searching for qualified candidates to handle our construction and remodeling projects, we look for those with a certain level of experience. In the process of finding these skilled candidates, we may request contractors to send us details about their qualifications and how they are well-suited for the jobs we need. Below you'll find more information about our Request for Qualifications process.
On page 1 of the RFQ, it states in the 3rd paragraph "All proposals shall address the following items in the order listed below and shall be numbered 1 through 5 in the proposal documents". What tabs under the submittal format, mentioned on pages 5-10 would you like us to include items 1 through 5?See Below
Is the appendix section included in the 20-page limit? Yes
Proposals failing to include any requested information may, at PCOE's discretion, be eliminated from consideration for contract award.
Description of qualified person, firm, partnership, corporation, association, or professional organization- Provide the PCOE with information regarding the size, location, nature of work performed, and years in business to meet the needs of the PCOE.
Experience relative to PCOE needs- Provide the PCOE with a detailed summary of the DSA Project Inspection experience.
Background of personnel- Identify all personnel and provide a brief resume including pertinent experience of personnel who will be contributing to the PCOE's projects. Also include the level of responsibility and time available for the PCOE's projects.
Scheduling- Identify the firm's commitments and individual's availability to ensure the PCOE's project schedules are met.
Fees- Describe the method the Project Inspector Services Consultant proposes for charging fees for projects described in the Request for Proposals. Identify if fees will be based on lump sum or time and materials or a combination of both. Identify all reimbursable expenses and mileage charges. The PCOE reserves the right to negotiate fees and the methodology in determining fees.
WHAT IS THE PEST MANAGEMENT PLAN AT PCOE?
The plan consists of a process to achieve long-term, environmentally sound pest management through the use of various strategies including structural and procedural improvements to reduce food, shelter, water, and access used by pests.
CAN THE PUBLIC USE PCOE FACILITIES?
The County Board of Education and the County Superintendent believe that the facilities of PCOE should be available to the public for a variety of purposes provided that the use does not interfere with the day-to-day operation of PCOE programs, operations, and activities.
Integrated Pest Management Plan
This document provides an extensive view of the details regarding PCOE's Integrated Pest Management Plan.
Informal Bidding "CUPCCAA" Registration
This page allows contractors to sign in to their account in order to submit a bid. If you're a new user, you can also register your new account on this page.
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