Engineering Services for Port of Los Angeles Navy Way and Seaside Avenue Interchange Improvements

Agency: The Port of Los Angeles
State: California
Type of Government: State & Local
Category:
  • R - Professional, Administrative and Management Support Services
Posted: Nov 6, 2023
Due: Jan 9, 2024
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Proposal Name Description Pre-Posal Confernce Deadlin Contact
The City of Los Angeles Harbor Department invites the submittal of proposals to provide engineering services.
Virtual Pre-Proposal Meeting: Thursday, November 16, 2023 3 pm - 4:30 pm
Questions Due: Wednesday, November 29, 2023 by 3pm
Responses Posted: Wednesday, December 20, 2023
Proposals Due: Tuesday, January 9, 2024 by 3pm Felicia Ansley

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Engineering Division
Engineering Services for Port of Los
Angeles Navy Way and Seaside Avenue
Interchange Improvements
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
November 2, 2023
RAMP ID # 209212
November 2, 2023
Prospective Consultants:
SUBJECT:
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR PORT
OF LOS ANGELES NAVY WAY AND SEASIDE AVENUE INTERCHANGE
IMPROVEMENTS
The City of Los Angeles Harbor Department (Harbor Department) invites the submittal
of proposals to provide engineering services. These services shall commence after a contract
is approved by the Board of Harbor Commissioners.
Instructions and forms to be used in preparing the qualifications are found in the
information included in the Request for Proposals (RFP).
The schedule for this RFP will be as follows:
Request for Proposals Published
Questions Due
Responses Posted
Proposals Due
November 2, 2023
November 29, 2023 by 3:00 p.m.
December 20, 2023
Tuesday, January 9, 2024 by 3:00 p.m.
If your firm cannot agree to the requirements exactly as set forth in this RFP,
please do not submit a proposal.
For questions regarding this RFP, please contact me by e-mail at fansley@portla.org.
Questions must be submitted by November 29, 2023. Responses will be posted on the Harbor
Department’s website and the Regional Alliance Marketplace for Procurement (RAMP), at
www.rampla.org, on or before December 20, 2023. It is the responsibility of all proposers to
review both websites for any RFP revisions or answers to questions prior to submitting a
proposal in order to ensure their proposal is complete and responsive.
In addition to providing information requested in this RFP, it should be noted that there
are administrative documents that must be submitted with the proposal. Please refer to the
Business Enterprise Programs and Contract Administrative Requirements section of this RFP.
In order for your proposal to be deemed responsive, these documents MUST be
included with your proposal.
All consultants and subconsultants must be registered on RAMP at the time proposals
are due. If selected for award, for-profit companies and corporations must comply with RAMP’s
demographic reporting requirements, per the Mayor’s Executive Directive 35.
Sincerely,
FELICIA ANSLEY
Assistant Director, Contracts and Purchasing Division
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION..................................................................................................................... 5
1.1 Brief Overview of the Project ............................................................................................................ 5
1.2 The Port of Los Angeles ................................................................................................................... 5
2. PROJECT DESCRIPTION ...................................................................................................... 6
2.1 Project Goals and Objectives ........................................................................................................... 6
2.2 Project Scope of Work ...................................................................................................................... 6
3. PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................................. 24
3.1 Proposal Questions ........................................................................................................................ 24
3.2 Proposal Submission ...................................................................................................................... 24
3.3 Evaluation Process and Selection Criteria ..................................................................................... 25
3.4 Proposal Content ............................................................................................................................ 25
3.5 Checklist for RFP Submittal Requirements .................................................................................... 31
4. STANDARD CONTRACT PROVISIONS ............................................................................... 32
4.1 Affirmative Action ............................................................................................................................ 32
4.2 Small/Very Small Business Enterprise Program and Local Business Preference Programs ........ 32
4.3 Business Tax Registration Certificate............................................................................................. 33
4.4 Indemnity and Insurance Requirements......................................................................................... 33
4.5 Conflict of Interest ........................................................................................................................... 38
4.6 Compliance with Applicable Laws .................................................................................................. 38
4.7 Governing Law / Venue .................................................................................................................. 38
4.8 Termination Provision ..................................................................................................................... 39
4.9 Proprietary Information ................................................................................................................... 39
4.10 Trademarks, Copyrights, and Patents ............................................................................................ 40
4.11 Confidentiality ................................................................................................................................. 40
4.12 Notices ............................................................................................................................................ 40
4.13 Termination Due to Non-Appropriation of Funds............................................................................ 40
4.14 Taxpayer Identification Number...................................................................................................... 41
4.15 Service Contractor Worker Retention Policy and Living Wage Policy Requirements .................... 41
4.16 Wage and Earnings Assignment Orders/Notices of Assignments ................................................. 41
4.17 Equal Benefits Policy ...................................................................................................................... 41
4.18 State Tidelands Grants ................................................................................................................... 42
4.19 Contract Solicitations Charter Section 470 (c) (12) ........................................................................ 42
4.20 Iran Contracting Act of 2010 ........................................................................................................... 42
4.21 Recordkeeping And Audit Rights.................................................................................................... 43
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ATTACHMENTS / EXHIBITS
Exhibit A - Affirmative Action Program Provisions
Exhibit B Small/Very Small Business Enterprise Program and Local Business Preference Program
Exhibit C Proprietary Small Business Enterprise Application
Exhibit D - Business Tax Registration Certificate (BTRC) Number
Exhibit E - Equal Benefits Ordinance
Exhibit F - RFP Selection Evaluation Form
Exhibit G City Ethics Commission (CEC) Forms 50 and 55
Exhibit H Iran Contracting Act of 2010
Attachment 1 Project Site Map
Attachment 2 Project Cost Proposal
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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 Brief Overview of the Project
The Engineering Division is soliciting proposals from qualified consultants to
prepare Plans, Specifications, and Estimates for the design of the proposed Navy Way and
Seaside Avenue Interchange Improvements project.
The Navy Way and Seaside Avenue Interchange Improvements project aims to
enhance traffic operations by implementing modifications to the current intersection of
Navy Way and Seaside Avenue. The project entails multiple components, including the
elimination of the final traffic signal and at-grade intersection along State Route 47, which
is a crucial segment responsible for carrying 10% of all United States waterborne
containers between 1-110 and 1-710. The duration of the contract awarded as a result of
this RFP is expected to be three years from the date of execution of the agreement. The
Harbor Department is seeking grant funding opportunities through the State of California
and other grant agencies. The total project budget is approximately $65 million.
1.2 The Port of Los Angeles
The Port of Los Angeles is America’s Port®, the nation’s premier gateway for
international commerce and the busiest seaport in the Western Hemisphere. Located in
San Pedro Bay, 25 miles south of downtown Los Angeles, the Port encompasses 7,500
acres of land and water along 43 miles of waterfront.
The Port features both passenger and cargo terminals, including cruise, container,
automobile, breakbulk, dry and liquid bulk, and warehouse facilities that manage billions of
dollars’ worth of cargo each year. One of the world’s busiest seaports and leading gateway
for international trade in North America, the Port of Los Angeles has ranked as the number
one container port in the United States each year since 2000. In 2022, the Port handled a
total of 9.9 million TEUs, its second busiest calendar year on record.
The Port of Los Angeles is a department of the City of Los Angeles (also known as
the Los Angeles Harbor Department) and is governed by the Los Angeles Board of Harbor
Commissioners, a panel appointed by the Mayor of Los Angeles. Although the Port is a
City department, it is not supported by City taxes. Operating as a landlord port with more
than 200 leaseholders, the Port instead generates its revenues from leasing and shipping
service fees. The Port’s jurisdiction is limited to the Harbor District, which includes property
in San Pedro, Wilmington, and Terminal Island.
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