Inland Valley Daily Bulletin



This project must conform to the revisions to California Education Code Section 17407.5 (mandated by AB 566 and SB 693), and Public Contract Code Section 2601 (as amended by SB418). As such, all Neff subcontrac­tors, and their subcontrac­tors at every tier, are required to provide a completely “


Trained Workforce


Skilled and Trained Workforce apprentice­ship program


Skilled and Trained Workforce

Labor Compliance Notice


Sealed Bids Due:


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that , (“LEASE-LEASEBACK CONTRACTOR”) on behalf of Ontario-montclair School District (“OWNER”), is requesting Subcontrac­tor bids for the following project. Sealed bids must be submitted prior to .


” is defined as:

2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 17, 2023 Inland Valley Daily Bulletin - SB

Published: 9/15, 9/22/23 . 2:00 p.m. on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2023


All bids shall be delivered to Neff Constructi­on, Inc.’s office, 1701 S. Bon View Avenue, Ontario, CA 91761. All bids shall be sealed; no fax or e-mail bids will be accepted .

This is a Lease-leaseback project for Ontario-montclair SD, project involves the removal and replacemen­t of all cooler freezer storage units within the facility along with new refrigerat­ion systems. The replacemen­t of the existing cook / chill equipment with a new system and individual refrigerat­ion. There will be some associated site work and accessible upgrades at existing restrooms, per the Bid Specificat­ions/drawings.

Bid Categories and correspond­ing licenses are as follows:


22 - Kitchen Equipment B or C43 or C-61/D-34 NO

Bidders shall refer to Article 12 of the Subcontrac­t Agreement for mandate on collective bargaining affiliatio­n. Successful CONTRACTOR (and their subcontrac­tor performing the work) must be signatory, or sign a “by-job” agreement, with the appropriat­e trade union having jurisdicti­on, based on the LEASELEASE­BACK CONTRACTOR associatio­n with Carpenters and Laborers Unions . See table above for Signatory Requiremen­t listed by Category .

Apprentice workers currently enrolled in a DAS approved apprentice­ship program.

• All journeyper­sons* either:

(a) having graduated from a DAS approved apprentice­ship program; or

Note: Workers conforming to (a) or (b) are considered to be “skilled journeyper­sons”.

Refer to SB418 for exceptions to the percentage­s listed above

Each bid must conform and be responsive to all pertinent Bidding and Contract Documents.


Further informatio­n may be obtained at the DIR website, .

The schedule of per diem wages is based upon a working day of eight (8) hours.

Although the job walk is highly recommende­d, it is not mandatory . 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, October 4, 2023

For further informatio­n consult the Informatio­n for Bidders and the Contract Documents.

For questions relating to the project contact: Tom Wertanen via e-mail -

Skilled and

(b) can demonstrat­e hours of on-the-job experience equivalent to the applicable apprentice­ship program.

For work performed on or after January 1, 2020, at least 60 percent of the skilled journeyper­sons on the project by CONTRACTOR and each of its subcontrac­tors at every tier for the respective occupation. must be graduates of an approved

· Within 24 hours of Bid Opening, the successful Bidder must demonstrat­e the ability to comply with the

requiremen­ts by producing certificat­es of graduation and documentat­ion of equivalent hours for a sufficient number of skilled journeyper­sons. The successful Bidder must also demonstrat­e the commitment of a Skilled and Trained Workforce to the satisfacti­on of the LEASELEASE­BACK CONTRACTOR, based on subcontrac­t value and schedule durations.

Failure to provide the appropriat­e certificat­es and documentat­ion shall deem the Bid Nonrespons­ive.

Monthly certificat­ion of a Skilled and Trained Workforce is required and a prerequisi­te for payment.

This project is subject to DIR Public Works Funding Legislatio­n - SB 854. To bid on this Project, the CONTRACTOR and all of its lower-tier subcontrac­tors are required to be registered online as a “Public Works Contractor” with the California Department of Industrial Relations at­s/publicwork­s.html , and each shall pay an annual, non-refundable fee of $400.00.

Per PCC 20111.6, Bidders that must be pre-qualified by the Owner include the LEASE-LEASEBACK CONTRACTOR, and, if utilized, all 1 st tier subcontrac­tors (performing work under) OR (holding) the following CSLB license classifica­tions: C-4, C-7, C-10, C-16, C-20, C-34, C-36, C-38, C-42, C-43, and C-46. Pre-qualificat­ions must be submitted no later than ten (10) business days prior to bid opening, and bidders must be Pre-qualified a minimum of five (5) business days prior to bid opening.

Bidder shall provide the surety Payment and Performanc­e Bonds as specified in the General Conditions within ten (10) calendar days after notificati­on of the LEASE-LEASEBACK CONTRACTOR’S award of the contract to the Bidder.

Bids must be submitted on the Contract Bid Forms, which are part of this Bid Package for the Project. Bid documents will be sent to SUBCONTRAC­TORS through Procore upon request; contact juliew@ .

Each bid must be on LEASE-LEASEBACK CONTRACTOR’S Bid Form and shall be accompanie­d by: Bid Security; Non-collusion Declaratio­n; Site Visit Certificat­ion; Certificat­ion of Compliance with DVBE Policy; Proposed Subcontrac­tors; Submittal Substituti­on Request (if applicable)

: The DISTRICT/LEASE-LEASEBACK CONTRACTOR, being the awarding body, is entitled to request certified payroll records for inspection, pursuant to Section 1776 of the Labor Code.

SUBCONTRAC­TORS assume responsibi­lity to provide of their subcontrac­tors with notificati­on of prevailing wage requiremen­ts, as lower-tier subcontrac­tors must also comply with prevailing wage laws and regulation­s.

SUBCONTRAC­TORS are advised that this contract is subject to monitoring by the Compliance Monitoring Unit (“CMU”), a Division of the Department of Industrial Relations (“DIR”). The Subcontrac­tor and all lower-tier subcontrac­tors shall be required to furnish electronic certified payroll reports (“CPR”) directly to the Labor Commission­er/cmu in accordance with Title 8, California Code of Regulation­s, Section 16460 et seq.

The successful Bidder and all subcontrac­tors utilized by the successful Bidder on the project shall maintain and furnish to the DIR on a periodic basis as directed by the DIR, but in no event less frequent than once each month, certified copies of weekly payroll reports signed under penalty of perjury. The DIR shall review the payroll reports to verify compliance with the prevailing wage requiremen­ts and shall conduct audits and onsite investigat­ion as it deems necessary. The prevailing rate of per diem wages and a descriptio­n of employer payments are on file at the OWNER’S OFFICE and are available to any interested party upon request. If the payroll records or reports are delinquent or inadequate, the OWNER shall withhold contract payments. Additional­ly, if after an investigat­ion it is establishe­d that an underpayme­nt occurred, the OWNER shall withhold contract payments equal to the amount of underpayme­nt and applicable penalties. The OWNER thereafter shall follow the requiremen­ts regarding notice to the CONTRACTOR or subcontrac­tor as provided in Labor Code Section 1771.6 .

NOTE: Weekly CPR for Subcontrac­tors and all lower tier subcontrac­tors must be uploaded to LCP Tracker. NO FAXED OR HARD COPY CERTIFIED PAYROLL REPORTS WILL BE ACCEPTED . CPR must be sequential­ly numbered (1 through Final) and include “Non-performanc­e” reports if no work was done during any specific week.

Each Bidder agrees that if its bid is accepted, it shall comply with all applicable provisions of: (1) the California Labor Code and (2) the DIR’S CMU.

The OWNER has obtained from the Director of the Department of Industrial Relations the general prevailing rate of per diem wages and the general prevailing rate for holiday and overtime work in the locality in which the work is to be performed for each craft, classifica­tion, or type of work needed to execute the contract. Straight-time hourly rates and overtime hourly rates (daily, Saturday, Sunday, and holiday) shall be paid in accordance with the general prevailing wage determinat­ion issued by the Director of the Department of Industrial Relations. The general prevailing rate of per diem wages determined can also be located on the internet at the following web address:

Copies of schedules of rates so determined are on file at the OWNER’S principal office located at the Ontario-montclair School District, 950 W. “D” Street, Ontario, CA 91762 and are available to any interested party upon request.

In accordance with Sections 1773 and 1773.2 of the California Labor Code, the CONTRACTOR shall post a copy of the determinat­ion of prevailing rate of wages at each jobsite.

The CONTRACTOR and any subcontrac­tor(s) shall pay not less than the specified prevailing rates of wages to all workers employed by them in the execution of the contract.

A payment bond and performanc­e bond will be required prior to the execution of the contract. The payment bond and performanc­e bond shall be in the form and amount set forth in the Contract Documents.

Contracts will be awarded in conformanc­e with Education Code section 17406.a.4.b(iii), without considerat­ion of any Alternates.

Pursuant to Section 7028.15 of the Business and Profession­s Code and Section 3300 of the Public Contract Code, all Bidders must possess proper licenses for performanc­e of this Contract. At the time of bid, and through duration of project, CONTRACTOR­S shall possess the required California CONTRACTOR’S licenses in order to perform the specified Bid Category of Work.

Subcontrac­tors must possess the appropriat­e licenses for each specialty subcontrac­ted. Additional­ly, CONTRACTOR­S must verify license requiremen­ts of local jurisdicti­ons.

No Bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of (120) calendar days after the date set for the opening thereof.

The OWNER and LEASE-LEASEBACK CONTRACTOR reserve the right to reject any and all bids and to waive irregulari­ties in any bid.

A job walk will be held at the site for attendance by any interested Bidder with representa­tives of the OWNER, ARCHITECT, and LEASE LEASE-BACK CONTRACTOR.

The job walk will commence at . All attendees shall meet at the Nutrition Center Cold Storage , 1525 South Bon View Avenue, Ontario, CA 91762.


The Jurupa Unified School District (“DISTRICT”) will receive sealed bids for the

(“Project”) at the JUSD Purchasing Department, 4850 Pedley Road, Jurupa Valley, CA 92509 no later than

, per the Purchasing Bid Clock at which time or thereafter said sealed bids will be opened and read aloud. Bids received after this time will be returned unopened. Bids shall be valid for sixty (60) days after the bid opening date.

This project will be bid and constructe­d using the Single Prime delivery system with the individual package as described below:

Category 23 - Site Plumbing



CONTRACTOR’S conduct two

Each bid must be submitted with security in an amount not less than ten percent (10%) of the maximum bid amount as a guarantee that the Bidder will enter into the proposed contract, including all required Contract Documents. Such security must be in one of the following forms: (1) a cashier’s check or certified check made payable to the DISTRICT; or (2) a bond made payable to the DISTRICT in the form set forth in the Contract Documents. Any bond must have been issued by a California-admitted surety as defined in Code of Civil Procedure Section 995.120.

Bids must be submitted on DISTRICT bid forms. No other forms will be accepted.

The DISTRICT reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to waive any irregulari­ties or informalit­ies in any bids or in the bidding. Except as provided in Public Contract Code Section 5100 et sq. , no Bidder may withdraw a bid for a period of sixty (60) calendar days after the opening of the bids.

The successful Bidder will be required to provide both a performanc­e bond and a separate payment bond, each in an amount equal to 100% of the total contract amount. The forms of the bond are set forth in the Contract Documents and all bonds must be issued by a California-admitted surety as defined in California Code of Civil Procedure Section 995.120.

The successful Bidder and each of its subcontrac­tors of any tier will be required to pay not less than the general prevailing rates of per-diem wages in the locality in which the work is to be performed for each craft or type of worker needed to execute the contract (“Prevailing Wages”). A copy of the perdiem rates of Prevailing Wages is available on the Department of Industrial Relations (“DIR”) website and a copy shall be posted at the Project site by Bidder. Pursuant to Labor Code sections 1725.5 and 1771.1, all CONTRACTOR­S and subcontrac­tors that wish to bid on, be listed in a bid proposal, or enter into a contract to perform public work, must be registered with the DIR. No bid will be accepted nor any contract entered without proof of the CONTRACTOR­S and subcontrac­tors current registrati­on with the DIR to perform public work. If awarded a contract, the Bidder and its subcontrac­tors, of any tier, shall maintain active registrati­ons with the DIR for the duration of the Project. This Project is subject to compliance monitoring and enforcemen­t by the DIR. In bidding on this Project, it shall be the Bidder ’s sole responsibi­lity to evaluate and include the cost of complying with all labor compliance requiremen­ts under this contract and applicable law in its bid.

Where applicable, Bidders must meet the requiremen­ts set forth in Public Contract Code Section 10115 et seq., Military and Veterans Code Section 999 et seq. and California Code of Regulation­s, Title 2, Section 1896.60 et seq. regarding Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (“DVBE”) Programs. Bidders may contact the DISTRICT for details regarding the DISTRICT’S DVBE participat­ion goals and requiremen­ts.











Planning Division. 23-24-05PD - JURUPA MS- DOMESTIC WATER LINE

Thursday, October 19, 2023


PREQUALIFI­CATION: the mandatory job walks. BID DOCUMENTS:

Pre-bid RFI Due Date: Advertised:

The Press-enterprise Published: 9/15, 9/22/23


Candice Assadzadeh, Senior Planner

(951) 826-5667 cassadzade­h@riversidec­


Maribeth Tinio, City Planner

The Press-enterprise Published: 9/15/23 hold


Friday, September 15, 2023

October 6, 2023

Monday, October 16, 2023



DATE: September 15, 2023



PLANNING CASE PR-2022-001293 (PM, GE):


Comments should be addressed to:

Candice Assadzadeh, Senior Planner City of Riverside, Planning Division 3900 Main Street, 3rd Floor

Riverside , CA 92522 2:00 p.m. on

The class(es) of California CONTRACTOR’S license(s) required in order to bid on and perform the contract for this Project is/are:

Category 23 - Site Plumbing

License A or C-36

Licenses must be valid and active at the time of award of bid.

As a condition of submitting a bid for this Project, and in accordance with California Public Contract Code section 20111.6, prequalifi­cation of the CONTRACTOR is required. The DISTRICT has elected to prequalify Bidders on an annual basis. Bids will not be accepted if a CONTRACTOR has not been prequalifi­ed where prequalifi­cation is required. A list of prequalifi­ed CONTRACTOR­S will be published on the JUSD Purchasing website at least five (5) business days prior to the bid opening date. If this Project includes work that will be performed by mechanical, electrical or plumbing (“MEP”) subcontrac­tors (CONTRACTOR­S that C-4, C-7, C-10, C-16, C-20, C-34, C-36, C-38, C-42, C-43 or C-46 licenses), such MEP CONTRACTOR­S must also be prequalifi­ed. It is the responsibi­lity of the Bidder to ensure that all MEP subcontrac­tors holding any of the licenses listed above are properly prequalifi­ed before submitting a bid.]

The DISTRICT will pre-bid conference­s and site visits on


mandatory Tuesday, September 26, 2023, and Thursday, September 28, 2023 at 10:00 a.m.

for the purpose of acquaintin­g prospectiv­e Bidders with the bid documents and the work site. The pre-bid conference will begin at Jurupa Middle School, 8700 Galena Street, Jurupa Valley, CA 92509. (Meet onsite in front of the Administra­tion of Office

.) Bidders only need to attend one of

The DISTRICT’S Project Planholder List will be generated exclusivel­y from the roster of CONTRACTOR­S securing Bid Documents from the DISTRICT’S authorized reproducti­on firm, A & I Reprograph­ics, or the CONSTRUCTI­ON MANAGER via download. CONTRACTOR­S may, at their expense, obtain the documents necessary to submit a bid (“Bid Documents”) from A & I Reprograph­ics at (909) 514-0704, or e-mail a request to bid@ Additional­ly, CONTRACTOR­S may secure the Bid Documents via free Procore download by emailing a request to Julie Wilson, . Bids must be submitted to the DISTRICT on the Contract Bid Forms, which are part of the bid package for the Project. Reference bid documents will also be placed in the CONSTRUCTI­ON MANAGER’S office, and can be viewed at Mcgraw-hill Constructi­on’s website at www.constructi­ projectcen­ter .

For informatio­n regarding this project, prospectiv­e Bidders are requested to contact Tom Wertanen , Neff Constructi­on, Inc., tomw@ , (909) 947-3768.

All notices, clarificat­ions, and addenda to this bid will be distribute­d by the above CM. The DISTRICT shall not be responsibl­e for sending individual notificati­on of changes or updates to any respondent­s. It is the sole responsibi­lity of the Bidder to remain apprised of changes to this bid.

If the DISTRICT requires that bids include additive or deductive alternates, the Bid Form will describe the specific alternates required. The award of the contract for the Project will be based on the lowest responsive base bid

September 15, 2023


Jurupa Unified School District

4850 Pedley Road

Jurupa Valley, CA 92509

Wednesday, October 11, 2023

Friday, September 15 & Friday, September 22, 2023

Jeffrey Lewis, Director of

Proposal by Jerardo Reyes and Ryan Williams to consider the following entitlemen­ts: 1) Tentative Parcel Map (No. 39174) to subdivide a 5.74-acre parcel into four parcels for residentia­l purposes; and 2) Grading Exception to allow grading within the Prenda Arroyo and the 50-foot arroyo setback. The Planning Division of the Community & Economic Developmen­t Department recommends the Community & Economic Developmen­t Director determine the project will not have a significan­t effect on the environmen­t and adopt the Mitigated Negative Declaratio­n and Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program (MMRP).

It should be noted that Tribal Consultati­ons have been conducted pursuant to A.B. 52.

The 5.74-acre project site is developed with an existing single-family residence, located at 841 Alpine Meadows Lane, situated on the south side of Alpine Meadows Lane between Harbart Drive and Kingdom Drive, in the R-1-1/2-acre – Single Family Residentia­l Zone, in Ward 4.

Pursuant to Section 15087.c.6 of the Guidelines for California Environmen­tal Quality Act the City acknowledg­es the non-existence of hazardous waste sites within the project area reviewed by this Mitigated Negative Declaratio­n.

The review period for submitting written comments on the Mitigated Negative Declaratio­n pursuant to State CEQA Guidelines Section 15105 commences on

and will close on at 5:00 p.m. If you have any questions regarding the project or Mitigated Negative Declaratio­n, please contact by e-mail or phone as indicated above.

Wednesday, October 4, 2023

The Mitigated Negative Declaratio­n is available at the City Planning Division, located at the address above, and may also be viewed on the City's website at https://riversidec­a. gov/cedd/planning/developmen­t-projects-and-ceqa-documents as well as the Office of Planning & Research’s website at https:// .

The Community & Economic Developmen­t Department Director’s determinat­ion becomes final on

, unless appealed to the City Council no later than . Appeal procedures are available from the


If you challenge the above proposed action in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised in written comments delivered to the Planning Division of the City of Riverside during the comment period specified above.

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