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SAN DIEGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

Big Opportunities for Small Business: Big Opportunities for Small Business: Propositions S and N

June 14, 2011

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SDCCD Propositions S and N

San Diego Community College District Overview Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program $1.555 billion construction bond program provides for 80+ projects at City Mesa and Miramar Colleges and six 80+ projects at City, Mesa and Miramar Colleges, and six  Continuing Education campuses:    

State of the art teaching and learning facilities State of the art teaching and learning facilities Major renovations and modernizations Campus‐wide infrastructure projects G Green Building Policy/Green Cleaning Policy B ildi P li /G Cl i P li

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SDCCD Propositions S and N

San Diego Community College District Big Opportunities for Small Business Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program The mission of the San Diego Community College District’s  p g Propositions S & N Contractor Outreach Program is to: Diversify the pool of firms that bid and contract with the District by  promoting participation opportunities for small, disadvantaged or  historically underutilized businesses that lead to success and  progressive, sustainable growth

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SDCCD Propositions S and N

San Diego Community College District Big Opportunities for Small Business Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program The District is committed to working with local trade, contracting and  business organizations to make sure that contractors, subcontractors,  g , , professional services providers, vendors and suppliers are aware of  and have every opportunity to participate on the construction bond  projects. projects Targeted businesses include those firms certified as or eligible for  certification as one or more of the following: certification as one or more of the following:  • • • • •

Small Business Enterprise (SBE) Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)  Minority Business Enterprise (MBE)  Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE)  Woman Business Enterprise (WBE) 4


SDCCD Propositions S and N

City College Overview  Seven new teaching and  learning facilities  Seven major renovations  Three projects in construction; one more to start this spring p g  Campus expansion will provide facilities/programs to provide facilities/programs to accommodate eventual  enrollment of 25,000 students


City College Future Projects

Science Building Project Budget: $54 million Construction Start:  August 2011 Targeted Completion:  July 2013 The Science building will consist of approximately 77,000 SF of new space for Life Sciences,  Physical Sciences, Common Areas, and associated support space. h i lS i C d i d Construction Manager: Rudolph & Sletten Bid Post:  June 27, 2011 (Depending on DSA approval) Bid Walk: TBD Bid Walk:  TBD Bids Due:  TBD


SDCCD Propositions S and N

Mesa College Overview  11 projects completed under p j p Propositions S and N Three projects currently under  Three projects currently under  construction  Eight more remaining as part of Ei h i i f campus expansion


Mesa College Future Projects

Math & Science Building Project Budget: $117 million Construction Start:  February 2011 (demo) August 2011 (phase 11) Targeted Completion:  January 2013 New 200,000 GSF, four‐story building will have classrooms, lecture rooms,  N 200 000 GSF f t b ildi ill h l l t labs for scientific experiments, computer labs, and facility, staff and  administrative support areas. The project is tracking LEED certification. Construction Manager: McCarthy Early Bids:  Demo/Grading,  Steel, Caissons/Utility Bid Advertisement:  June 29, 2011 Bidding:  All trades Bid Walk: TBD


SDCCD Propositions S and N

Miramar College Overview  16 completed projects 16 l t d j t  Infrastructure project,   Library Learning Resource  b Center, Student Services,  and Police Station and  Parking Structure currently  in construction  Campus expansion will  accommodate eventual  enrollment of 25 000 enrollment of 25,000


Miramar College Future Projects

Heavy Duty Adv. Transportation Tech. Center Expansion Project Budget: $11.6 million Estimated Construction Start: Fall 2011 Estimated Construction Start:  Fall 2011 Targeted Completion:  Fall 2012 Project will consist of approximately 14,000 SF of new building  construction to support program expansion to diesel, natural gas,  d l l hybrid bus and transit technology and new developments in  construction equipment technology.  Construction Manager: Soltek Pacific Bid D Bid Due:  June 30, 2011 J 30 2011 Bidding:  All trades


Miramar College Future Projects

Cafeteria/Bookstore and Student/Campus Center Project Budget: $33.2 million Estimated Const Start: August 2011 Estimated Const. Start:  August 2011 Targeted Completion:  Spring 2013 New multi‐story will consist of approx.  45,000 SF of new construction to house a new cafeteria, bookstore and student  services center.  Construction Manager:  C.W. Driver Bid Advertisement:  June 14, 2011 Biddi Bidding:  13 packages, multiple trades 13 k lti l t d Bids Due: July 26, 2011


Miramar College Future Projects

College Service Center Project Budget: $5.4 million Estimated Construction Start:  Fall 2011 Targeted Completion:  Fall 2012 The College Service Center will add approx. 8,500  sq ft of new construction to Miramar Campus sq. ft. of new construction to Miramar Campus.  The one‐story building will house the campus'  Facilities Services Dept. In addition to office and  conference space, this facility will centralize the  much needed equipment/event storage.  Construction Manager: CW Driver Bid Advertisement:  September 2011 (Depending on DSA approval) Bidding:  All trades


SDCCD Propositions S and N

Continuing Education Major Projects Six campus locations throughout the City of San Diego  Four projects completed  Four projects in design  Total of eight projects to  Total of eight projects to expand and modernize  six Cont. Ed. campuses


Continuing Education Future Projects

Wing Expansion at Educational Cultural Complex Project Budget: $16.3 million Expected Construction Start:  August 2011 Targeted Completion:  August 2012 New 15,000 sq. ft. expansion to main building will replace bungalows, modular classrooms,  ill l b l d l l Labs and support rooms not connected to  building. The expansion allows for relocation of College Police and will create more efficient of College Police and will create more efficient space for administration team.  Construction Manager: CW Driver Bid Advertisement:  June 7, 2011 Bidding:  All trades Bids Due:  July 14, 2011


Continuing Education Current Projects

North City Campus and Parking Structure Project Budget: $50.7 million Construction Start:  January 2011  (parking structure) September 2011 ( classroom building) Targeted Completion:  December 2012 The project includes land acquisition and construction of a new, two‐story, 40,500 sq. ft. classroom building, and construction of a 300‐ space parking structure.  Parking structure is  ki P ki i currently in construction. Construction Manager: Barnhart Bid Advertisement: August 2011 (Depending on DSA approval) Bidding: All trades Bidding:  All trades


Continuing Education Future Projects

Cesar Chavez Campus Project Budget: $49.8 million Expected Construction Start:  Fall 2011 Targeted Completion:  Winter 2012 This project consists of land acquisition and  construction of a new 70 000 GSF building to construction of a new 70,000 GSF building to consolidate the current programs at the Cesar  Chavez and Centre City campuses. Includes  classrooms, a small business incubator center, and classrooms, a small business incubator center, and underground parking with 154 spaces.  Construction Manager: Rudolph & Sletten Bid Advertisement:  August 2011  (depending on DSA approval) dd g: t ades Bidding:  All trades


SDCCD Propositions S and N

San Diego Community College District Purchasing Overview Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program Furniture, fixtures and equipment (FF&E) budget for new facilities  is currently budgeted at $70.1 million, and typically includes:    

Classroom and other furniture Laboratory equipment Ki h Kitchen equipment and supplies i d li Audio‐visual equipment, computers, printers, etc.

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SDCCD Propositions S and N

Purchasing & Contract Services The SDCCD Purchasing Department maintains an active vendor  The SDCCD Purchasing Department maintains an active vendor database for the purpose of notifying interested vendors of  upcoming personal property bids. http://bussrv.sdccd.edu/purchasing/index.cfm


SDCCD Propositions S and N

San Diego Community College District How Do I Get Involved? Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program SDCCD Certification Verification Form http://public.sdccdprops‐n.com/Contractors/ContractorsDoc/SDCCDCertificationForm.pdf

Once certifications are verified,  Once certifications are verified, you’ll be entered into the SDCCD  database of certified S/D/M/W  and DVBE firms and provided  advanced bid notifications.  Database is used to identify firms  f d for direct‐sourcing opportunities

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SDCCD Propositions S and N

How Do I Get Involved?

http://public.sdccdpropsn.com/Contractors/Contract orsDoc/ACAP_Directive.pdf D /ACAP Di ti df

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SDCCD Propositions S and N

San Diego Community College District How Do I Get Involved? Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program Register with SD Contracting Opportunities Center http://ptac‐sandiego org/index html http://ptac‐sandiego.org/index.html

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SDCCD Propositions S and N

San Diego Community College District How Do I Get Involved? Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program Monitor the Propositions S and N Website http://public sdccdprops‐n com http://public.sdccdprops‐n.com

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SDCCD Propositions S and N

San Diego Community College District How Do I Get Involved? Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program Bidding & Plan Room http://public sdccdprops‐n http://public.sdccdprops n.com/Contractors/Bid/Pages/default.aspx com/Contractors/Bid/Pages/default aspx

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SDCCD Propositions S and N

San Diego Community College District How Do I Get Involved? Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program Propositions S and N Construction Bond Program SDCCD Prequalification Application http://public.sdccdprops‐n.com/Contractor/Prequalification/FY2011‐2012_SDCCD_PreQualApp_Fillable.pdf

All firms interested in bidding as a General or  Prime contractor for Propositions S and N  construction contracts valued at more than construction contracts valued at more than  $500,000 must complete this Pre‐Qualification  Application and be approved by the SDCCD. Only applicants that are pre‐qualified will be  permitted to submit a bid for these $500K+  construction projects.  It is not necessary to  prequalify for projects that do not meet the  lf f h d h $500K threshold. Once qualified, applicants must re Once qualified applicants must re‐qualify qualify  annually.

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Build Relationships with Primes Pre‐qualified Contractors http://public.sdccdprops‐n.com/Contractors/Directory/Pages/default.aspx p p p p y g p

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SAN DIEGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

Questions? Ursula Kroemer Communications Director Communications Director SDCCD Propositions S and N ukroemer@sdccd.edu (619) 819 5484 (619) 819‐5484

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