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Bids must be submitted in a sealed envelope at the date and time specified for the project bid. During the bid opening, each bid will be reviewed for specific proposal documents.
Bids must contain specific proposal documents or they will be disqualified. These proposal documents typically include:
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Become a new vendor by registering on the City's website: New vendor registration.
Full specifications and plans are available on Planet Bids. If you are a registered vendor with the commodity needed for the project, you will automatically be sent an email informing you of the opportunity.
You may request a plan holder's list for a specific project from our office and contact those companies directly. Call Public Works at 661-267-5300 for more information.
After inspections are deemed complete, the project manager files a staff report for Acceptance of the Completed Capital Project. Once accepted by City Council as complete, a Notice of Completion (NOC) is filed with the County Recorder's office.
The project manager's responsibility is to understand and apply legal, technical and customer requirements for public works projects.
The project manager guides the project through legal review and design in the planning stage; through the construction process from the selection of the contractor to submitting the project to City Council for award; construction monitoring and record keeping; and finally through the City Council for the Acceptance of the Completed Capital Project.