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Bid/RFP Number: 18-0905

Response Deadline: 2/21/2018 3:00:00 PM

Project Title: Emergency Debris Removal Services

Status: Awarded (5/9/2018 10:38:32 AM) to:
      T.F.R. Enterprises Inc.

Department: Procurement Services

Project Description: The purpose of this solicitation is to establish one or more contracts to provide services to remove, process, and lawfully dispose of disaster generated debris (other than hazardous materials and household putrescible garbage) from public property and public right of way in Lake County, Florida in response to an emergency event such as, but not limited to, hurricanes or other natural or manmade disasters. The County is seeking proposals from highly qualified vendors with experience in the specialized management of disaster response labor for the removal of debris along with the preparation, response, recovery and mitigation phases of any emergency or disaster. Vendor must have the capability and ability to rapidly respond to wide scale debris volumes typically produced in hurricanes, tornadoes and other disaster types as well as small scale debris volumes. The vendor must handle debris management activities in Lake County in accordance with applicable regulations of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), Florida Department of Health (FDH), Natural Resources Conservation Services (NRCS), Lake County Water Authority (LCWA), and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) in conjunction with the County's needs. The vendor must have an excellent understanding of the documentation involved for the reimbursement from FEMA, FHWA, or Other Federal Agencies, and the State relief programs to make the process of cost recovery efficient and accurate. The processes and documentation required will be in strict compliance with FEMA, FHWA, or Other Federal Agencies, and other State relief programs regulations regarding eligibility. Contracts must meet rules for all Federal grants, including but not limited to as provided for in Title 2 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 200 or most current version in order to be eligible for reimbursement under the Public Assistance Program. NOTE: This solicitation is not a request for Emergency Debris Monitoring Services. This RFP is specifically for Emergency Debris Removal Services. Vendor shall not include proposals that include Debris Monitoring Services. One or more vendors may be selected to provide differing elements or levels of scope of work in accordance with the capabilities and extent of involvement each vendor proposes. Contracts issued resulting from this RFP will only be activated in the event of a declared emergency. There is no guarantee any contract resulting from this RFP will be activated or any work will be performed.

Preconference: SEE SECTION 1.4

Contracting Officer: Ralph Tipton

Officer Email: rtipton@lakecountyfl.gov

Officer Phone: (352) 343-9489

Agenda Item Number: 6695     (Approved: 5/8/2018)

Special Notes:

Commodity Code(s):
  • DEBRIS REMOVAL (991-265)
Bid Documents:

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After downloading and completing the solicitation document(s), submit the original and the required number of copies in a sealed, envelope/package to the Office of Procurement Services. The envelope must include the project number, the closing date, and the proposer's name and address. A proposal submitted by telephone, fax or electronically will not be considered for award. The proposal package must be received and time-stamped in the Office of Procurement Services on or before the closing date and time. When applicable, amendments to this project will also be posted at this site. Refer to the solicitation document for complete instructions.
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