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Welcome to the SANDAG Contracts and Procurement site. We seek firms to provide a variety of services including:

  • Construction, general contractors, and construction management
  • Engineering, design, planning, and environmental
  • Technical services, GIS mapping, software development
  • Marketing and public outreach
  • Financial, legal, consulting, and training services
  • Computer, copy equipment, and office supplies

Follow these steps to learn more about doing business with SANDAG.

  1. Register your firm in the SANDAG vendor database to receive e-mails of upcoming projects. There is no cost to register.
  2. After registering, view a list of SANDAG current bids.
  3. At any time, view future contracting opportunities in the tentative list of upcoming projects. Call the SANDAG Contracts staff person listed for each project if you have additional questions.
  4. View procurement information updates.

Mid-Coast Corridor Transit Project Registration

SANDAG is preparing for the Mid-Coast Corridor Transit Project, which will extend Trolley service from Old Town to the University City community, expand transportation capacity, and reduce congestion. The estimated project cost is approximately $1.7 billion (excluding finance charges); approximately $150 million will be available for Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) and small business contract opportunities.

Businesses interested in contracting opportunities with SANDAG on the Mid-Coast Project must register in our Mid-Coast Project database.

If you are already registered, please verify that you have the correct NAICS codes, contact, and alternate contact information. It is better to have too many NAICS codes so that you are fully aware of any opportunities that relate to your business's services.

If you are already registered and would like to be a part of the Mid-Coast Project Database, please sign in and review your information. Once you review your category code information and click continue, your information will be transferred over to the Mid-Coast Project database.

Learn more about the Mid-Coast Corridor Transit Project DBE program.

2014 SANDAG Disparity Study for FTA-Funded Procurements

The Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program disparity study concerning procurements funded by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) is complete and is available at the following links:

Disparity Study - Executive Summary

Disparity Study - Final Report

Learn more about the Disparity Study.

SANDAG Bench Program

The Bench was developed to create opportunities for small and disadvantaged businesses to participate in SANDAG On-Call contracts. SANDAG executed 15 contracts with an estimated value of $260 million for the On-Call Architecture and Engineering (A&E) for Design and Environmental program and will be contracting for an estimated $200 million in On-Call and Mid-Coast Construction Management (CM) contracts. The A&E contracts provide consultant services for transportation infrastructure projects in San Diego County including transit system improvements, freeway and bridge enhancements, landscape design, freeway corridors, and other design efforts. The CM contracts will support transportation projects including heavy rail, light rail, bus rapid transit, freeways, highways, toll roads, local streets and roads, bikeways, and walkways. Firms that are certified as a Small Business (SB) by the California Department of General Services (DGS) or a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) certified by the California Unified Certification Program (CUCP) are invited to join the Bench to participate in these efforts.

Learn more about the Bench program.

SANDAG IFB Packages

SANDAG provides Invitation for Bids (IFB) packages exclusively in electronic format and remains the only source of accurate information regarding SANDAG projects. Once registered in the SANDAG online database, contractors may download the IFBs at no charge. Bids will continue to be submitted via hard copy, and the public is invited to all SANDAG bid openings. If you wish to view the plans and specs in person, SANDAG will continue to have the IFBs with full size plans for contractor review at SANDAG. If you have any questions, contact Angela Anderson at angela.anderson@sandag.org or (619) 699-6934.

Diversity in Small Contractor Opportunities (DISCO)

The SANDAG DISCO effort supports our Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) program. SANDAG strongly encourages DBE participation. To see the requirements of the DBE program, become a certified DBE firm, or learn about networking opportunities, see the DISCO/DBE page.

Compliance Information System

This newly implemented web-based system supports our commitment to maximize and report the utilization of small and disadvantaged businesses by providing visibility, accountability, and transparency throughout the entire compliance reporting process. If you are a SANDAG contractor/consultant, you will submit subcontractor/subconsultant information, including payment data, through CIS. To learn more, visit the CIS web page.

Labor Compliance Monitoring

SANDAG implemented a Labor Compliance Monitoring Program (LCMP) to ensure that prime and subcontractors working on SANDAG construction projects meet the federal and state prevailing wage requirements. The online Labor Compliance Monitoring System (LCMS) is used to track prevailing wage documents. Visit the LCMP web page for more information.

Senate Bill 854

SANDAG encourages all Contractors to be familiar with the requirements of Senate Bill (SB) 854. All contractors are required to register with the State of California, Department of Industrial Relations (DIR), pursuant to Labor Code Section 1725.5. Contractors that are not registered will not be allowed to work on any projects until registration is verified.

California Labor Code

The California Labor Code requires that all public works projects pay prevailing wages. Every laborer, worker, or mechanic employed at the job site who performs a part of the contract work is subject to the labor provisions of the contract. The worker may be either an employee of the prime contractor, an employee of an approved or listed subcontractor, or some other person or firm who furnishes on-site labor, including specialists. This includes pre-construction and post-construction activities. Refer to the DIR website for more information.

Job Order Contracting Information

Find out more information.

Protest Procedures

Learn more about protest procedures for procurements.

Current Bids


Please note that after a short transitional period, you will need to register in order to view details about current contracts available.

Archive

Delinquent FasTrak® Account and Toll Violation Collection Services

Proposals are due by 8/28/2015
SANDAG has posted an RFP for “Delinquent FasTrak® Account and Toll Violation Collection Services” RFP #5006110.
• Proposals are being sought from qualified firms with the expertise, experience, capacity, and resources to provide collection services for SANDAG’s toll road accounts. To download the RFP you will need to register in SANDAG’s online database (see 1. Register Your Firm at the SANDAG Contracts Web page). If you do not have Web access, RFP documents can be emailed or mailed to you.
►►►► SCHEDULE ►►►►
• A pre-proposal meeting will be held at SANDAG on July 28, 2015, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon at SANDAG, Wells Fargo Building, 401 B Street, 8TH Floor, San Diego CA 92101.
• All questions relating to the RFP must be received in writing no later than 3 p.m., on August 4, 2015.
• Oral Interviews are scheduled September 14 - 16, 2015.
• Proposals are due to SANDAG by 1 p.m. (PDT) on Friday, August 28, 2015, at SANDAG offices located on the 8th floor.
▬▬▬▬ Send questions to Jim Dow at SANDAG, 401 B Street, Suite 800, San Diego, CA 92101, or jim.dow@ sandag.org.
Details...

INLAND RAIL TRAIL SAN MARCOS TO VISTA SEGMENTS 1A & 1B

Proposals are due by 8/5/2015
The Work consists, in general, of building an approximately one mile Class I bicycle facility, located and beginning from South Santa Fe Avenue/North Pacific Street intersection and ending at Cherimoya Drive in San Marcos, CA. It is an 8’-10’ -foot wide multiuse path that is located within the existing North County Transit District (NCTD) Right-of-Way, parallel to the railroad tracks. This bike path will connect to future bike paths or existing sidewalks. Work will include retaining walls, landscaping and irrigation, lighting, black chain link fence along the track side of the path, drainage adjustments and water quality ditches, signing and striping, as well as two-foot wide graded shoulders on each side of the path, and the procurement of all materials and performing all other work necessary to complete the work in accordance with the project plans and Special Provisions. For the SWPPP, this project is a Risk Level 2. A non-mandatory prebid meeting will be held on July 15, 2015, at 1:30 p.m., at SANDAG, 401 B Street, 7th Floor, Board Room, San Diego, California 92101-4231 (in the Wells Fargo Building). Networking for subs and primes: 1:30 to 2 p.m. Prebid starts at 2 p.m. Included in the prebid meeting will be a virtual site walk which shows in detail the area of construction. (Because an actual site walk would require all parties attending to have their NCTD safety training complete, we are doing a virtual site walk so that everyone may see the site.) All prospective bidders are highly encouraged to attend. It is an opportunity to learn about the Project, ask questions, and network with firms with whom you may partner for the Project. The engineer's estimate for this work is $2,950,634. Because there is no federal funding in the construction portion of this project there is no Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) goal. Details...

South Bay Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), Segment 1B Project, IFB 5007005, CIP 1280504

Proposals are due by 8/25/2015
The scope of work for the South Bay Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), Segment 1B Project consists of the the construction of a dedicated Bus Rapid Transit guideway within the existing median of an approximate two-mile segment of East Palomar Street, from Heritage Road to Olympic Parkway, in the City of Chula Vista, CA, as well as the construction of transit stations within the Heritage and Loma Verde areas of the Otay Ranch Master Plan Community of Chula Vista. The work includes mobilization; preparation of a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) and erosion control plans; surveying and construction staking; coordination with SANDAG’s biological consultant for the performance of migratory bird and occupied raptor nest surveys; removal and salvage or disposal of existing improvements; excavation and grading; transit station improvements, including street furnishings, station signage, and station electrical and communication improvements; removal, relocation, and adjustment of existing underground utilities; construction of new storm drainage and storm water pretreatment and storage systems; construction of curb, gutter and sidewalk, recreational path restoration; pedestrian ramps, cross-gutters, and colored concrete paving; installation and modification of traffic signals to provide transit system priority over the length of the corridor; construction of energy efficient street lighting; construction of fiber optic communications and traffic signal interconnect systems within the entire corridor; paving within the general purpose lanes; variable pavement milling and hot mix asphalt overlay; the installation of vehicle barriers at intersection entry points to the BRT Guideway; signing and striping; traffic control and staged construction; installation of landscape and irrigation improvements; construction of storm water detention and pretreatment facilities; protection and restoration of existing improvements; and, other miscellaneous items necessary to complete the work. The Engineer's Estimate is $16,160,000. The Prime must have a valid A license. Bidders must comply with all Buy America requirements. The prime contractor must perform with their own organization at least 35% of the work. There is no federal funding, so no DBE goal. A non-mandatory prebid meeting will be held on June 25, 2015, at SANDAG, 401 B Street, 7th Floor, San Diego, CA 92101-4231 (in the Wells Fargo Building). Networking for subs and primes: 9:30 a.m. Prebid starts at 10:00 a.m. Questions: Kelly.mikhail@sandag.org and constructioncontracts@sandag.org Addendum No. 1 issued 07/09/15 Addendum No. 2 issued 07/21/15 Addendum No. 3 issued 07/24/15 Addendum No. 4 issued 07/30/15 Details...