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Buckeye Elementary School District No. 33Request for QualificationsDate:August 07, 2017IFB No.Material and/or Service:17-003Job Order Contracting – General ContractorsRFQ Due Date:August 22, 2017Opening Location:Buckeye Elementary School District No. 33Purchasing Department25555 W Durango St.Buckeye, AZ 85326Time: 2:30 p.m., Local TimeIn accordance with the Arizona Department of Education School District Procurement Rules in the ArizonaAdministrative Code (A.A.C.) pursuant to R7-2-1001 thru R7-2-1195, promulgated by the State Board ofEducation pursuant to A.R.S. 15-213, Request for Qualifications for the material or services specified willbe received by the Buckeye Elementary School District No.33, at the above specified location, until thetime and date cited. Qualifications received by the correct time and date shall be opened and the offerorssubmitting shall be publicly read. All other information contained in the solicitation shall remain confidentialuntil award is made. If you need directions to our office, please call (623) 925-3400.Qualifications shall be in the actual possession of the District, at the location indicated, on or prior to theexact time and date indicated above. Late qualifications shall not be considered.Qualifications must be submitted in a sealed envelope with the Request for Qualification number andOfferors name and address clearly indicated on the outer most envelope. All qualifications must be writtenlegibly in ink or typewritten. Additional instructions for preparing a qualification are provided herein.OFFEROR’S ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO CAREFULLY READ THE ENTIRE SOLICITATION.Questions regarding this Request for Qualifications should be directed to:Bobby Williams, Finance and Procurement CoordinatorPhone (623) 925-3413Email: purchasing@besd33.orgNate BowlerBusiness Manager

This Solicitation is being done by the Buckeye Elementary School District No. 33 as a memberof the Strategic Alliance for Volume Expenditures “SAVE”. While this Proposal is for theBuckeye Elementary School District No. 33, other public entities have expressed interest inutilizing the resulting contracts. School District Procurement Rules A.A.C. R7-2-1191 throughR7-2-1195 authorizes and governs intergovernmental procurements. Any contract resultingfrom this solicitation shall be for the use of the consortium members. In order to participate inany resultant contract, a public entity must have entered into a cooperative purchasingagreement with the consortium. No volume is implied or guaranteed. Members of “SAVE”, agroup of schools/public entities have signed an intergovernmental agreement under such acooperative purchase agreement to obtain economies of scale. On the following pages is alist of current members in the Consortium who potentially may wish to utilize this contract.Other public entities in Arizona may be added during the term of the contract by SAVE withthe approval of the lead public entity and the contract vendor. The estimated volume ofpurchases by other public entities within SAVE have been taken into consideration by thelead public entity and all other public entities that are not members of the SAVE areprohibited from using the contract.Survey ResultsTentative 2017/2018 SAVE member expendituresChandler Unified School District # 80 - 500,000West-Mec District # 402 - 350,000Balsz Elementary School District # 31 - 500,000Glendale Elementary School District # 40 - 500,000Tolleson Union High School # 214 - 3,000,000Liberty Elementary School District # 25 - 75,000Litchfield Elementary School District # 79 - 75,000Page 2 of 61

Strategic Alliance for Volume ExpendituresS.A.V.E. --- Cooperative Purchasing AgreementsThe following agencies have signed the Cooperative Purchasing Agreement with the S.A.V.E. association as February 11, 2017.MunicipalitiesCity of Apache JunctionCity of AvondaleCity of BensonCity of BisbeeCity of Bullhead CityCity of Casa GrandeCity of ChandlerCity of CottonwoodCity of DouglasCity of El MirageCity of EloyCity of FlagstaffCity of GlendaleCity of GoodyearCity of KingmanCity of MaricopaCity of Mesa Cityof NogalesCity of PageCity of PeoriaCity of PhoenixCity of PrescottCity of SaffordCity of San LuisCity of ScottsdaleCity of SedonaCity of Sierra VistaCity of SomertonCity of SurpriseCity of TempeCity of TollesonCity of TucsonCity of WillcoxCity of WinslowCity of YumaLake Havasu CityTown of BuckeyeTown of Camp VerdeTown of Cave CreekTown of Chino ValleyTown of CliftonTown of FlorenceTown of Fountain HillsTown of Gila BendTown of GilbertTown of MaranaTown of MiamiTown of Oro ValleyTown of Paradise ValleyTown of Prescott ValleyTown of Queen CreekTown of SahuaritaTown of SuperiorTown of WickenburgCountiesApache CountyCochise CountyCoconino CountyGila CountyGraham CountyLa Paz CountyMaricopa CountyMohave CountyNavajo CountyPima CountyPinal CountySanta Cruz CountyYavapai CountyYuma CountyHigher Education / Technology DistrictsArizona State UniversityArizona Western CollegeCentral Arizona CollegeCentral Arizona Valley Institute of Technology (CAVIT)Cobré Valley Institute of Technology (CVIT)Cochise County Community College DistrictCoconino County Community College DistrictDinè CollegeEast Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT)Gila Institute for Technology, a Joint TechnologyEducation District (JTED)Graham County Community College DistrictMaricopa Community College DistrictMidWestern University (Glendale campus)Mohave Community CollegeMountain Institute JTEDNortheast AZ Tech Institute of Voc EdNorthern Arizona UniversityPima Association of Governments (PAG)Pima Community CollegePima County Joint Technology District #11 (JTED)Pima Prevention Partnership dba Pima PartnershipAcademy, Pima Partnership High School &Phoenix Collegiate High SchoolUniversity of ArizonaWestern Arizona Vocational Educ (W.A.V.E.),a Joint Technology Education District #50Yavapai CollegePolitical AgenciesArizona School for the Deaf and the BlindArizona Supreme CourtCentral Arizona ProjectHousing Authority of Maricopa CountyMaricopa Association of GovernmentsMaricopa Integrated Health SystemRegional Transportation Authority (RTA)Superior Court of Arizona, Maricopa CountyTucson Airport AuthorityPage 3 of 61

Valley Metro Regional Public Transit AuthorityPhoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport AuthorityFire DistrictsCentral Yavapai Fire DistrictDrexel Heights Fire DistrictFire District of Sun City WestMt. Lemmon Fire DistrictNorthwest Fire DistrictSuperstition Mtn Community Facilities DistrictSun City West Fire DistrictMisc. AgenciesCentral Arizona Water Conservation District (CAWCD)North Country Community Health CenterPima County School Reserve FundSchool DistrictsAgua Fria Union High School District # 216Ajo Unified School District #15Alhambra Elementary School District # 68Altar Valley School District #51Amphitheater Unified School District #10Antelope Union High School #50Apache Junction Unified School District # 43Arlington Elementary School District #47Ash Fork Joint Unified School DistrictAvondale Elementary School District #44Balsz Elementary School District #31Beaver Creek School District #26Benson Unified School District #9Bisbee Unified School District #2Blue Ridge Unified School District #32Bonita School District #6Bouse Elementary School DistrictBuckeye Elementary School District #33Buckeye Union High School District #201Bullhead City Elementary School District #15Camp Verde Unified School District #28Cartwright Elementary School District #83CasaBlancaMiddleSchooldbaVahKiMiddleSchoolCasa Grande Elementary School DistrictCasa Grande Union High School DistrictCatalina Foothills Unified School District #16Cave Creek Unified School District #93Cedar Unified School District #25Chandler Unified School District # 80Chinle Unified School District #24Chino Valley Unified School District #51Clarkdale-Jerome School District #3Coconino County Regional Accommodation District #99Colorado River Union High School DistrictConcho Elementary School District #6Continental Elementary School District #39Coolidge Unified School District #21Cottonwood-Oak Creek School District #6Crane Elementary School District # 13Creighton School District #14Deer Valley Unified School District #97Double Adobe Elementary School District #45Douglas Unified School District #27Duncan Unified School DistrictDysart Unified School District # 89Eloy Elementary School District #11Elfrida Elementary School District #12Flagstaff Unified School District # 1Florence Unified School District # 1Flowing Wells Unified School District #8Fort Huachuca Accommodation School DistrictFort Thomas Unified School District #7Fountain Hills Unified School District #98Fowler Elementary School District #45Gadsden Elementary School District # 32Ganado Unified School District #20Gila Bend Unified SchoolsGilbert Unified School District #41Glendale Elementary School District #40Glendale Union High School DistrictGlobe Unified School District #1Grand Canyon Unified School District #4Hackberry Elementary School District #3Heber-Overgaard Unified School District #6Higley Unified School District #60Holbrook Unified School District #3Horizon Community Learning Center / HorizonCharter SchoolHumboldt Unified School District #22Hyder Elementary School District #6Indian Oasis-Baboquivari School District #40Isaac Elementary School District # 5J.O. Combs Elementary School District #44Joseph City Unified School District #2Kayenta Unified School District #27Kin Dah Lichi’I’ Olta, Inc.Kingman Unified School District #20Kyrene Elementary School District #28Lake Havasu Unified School District # 1Laveen Elementary School District #59Liberty Elementary School District #25Litchfield Elementary School District #79Littlefield Unified School District #9Littleton Elementary School District #65Madison Elementary School District #38Maine Consolidated School DistrictMammoth-San Manuel Unified School District #8Marana Unified School District #6Maricopa Regional School District #509Maricopa Unified School DistrictMary C. O’Brien ASDMayer Unified School District #43Mesa Unified School District # 4Miami Unified School District #40Mingus Union High School District #4Mobile Elementary School District #86Mohave Valley Elementary School District #16Mohawk Valley School District # 17Morenci Unified School District #18Morristown Elementary School District #75Murphy Elementary School District #21Naco Unified School District #9Nadaburg Elementary District #81Nogales Unified School District # 1Osborn Elementary School District #8Page Unified School District #8Page 4 of 61

Palominas Elementary School District #49Palo Verde Elementary School District #49Paradise Valley Unified School District #69Parker Unified School District #27Patagonia Elementary School District #6Patagonia Union High School District #92Payson Unified School District #10Peach Springs Unified School District #8Pendergast School District #92Peoria Unified School District #11Phoenix Elementary School District # 1Phoenix Union High School District #210Picacho Elementary School District #33Pima Unified School District #6PineStrawberryElementarySchoolDistrict#12Pinon Unified School District #4Pomerene Elementary School District #64Prescott Unified School District #1Quartzsite Elementary School District #4Queen Creek Unified School District # 95Ray Unified School District #3Red Mesa Unified School District #27Riverside Elementary School District #2Roosevelt Elementary School District # 66Round Valley Unified School District #10Sacaton Elementary School District #18Saddle Mountain Unified School District #90Safford Unified School District #1Sahuarita Unified School District #30San Carlos Unified School District #20Sanders Unified School District #18San Simon Unified School District #18Santa Cruz Valley Unified School District #35Santa Cruz Valley Union High School District #840Scottsdale Unified School District # 48Sedona-Oak Creek Unified School District #9Seligman Unified School District #40Sentinel Elementary School District #71Shonto Preparatory SchoolsShow Low Unified School District #10Sierra Vista Unified School District # 68Snowflake Unified School District #5Somerton Elementary School District #11Stanfield Elementary School District #24St. David Unified School District #21St. Johns Unified School DistrictSunnyside Unified School District #12Superior Unified School District #15Tanque Verde Unified School District #13Tempe Elementary School District # 3Tempe Union High School District # 213Thatcher Unified SchoolsToltec Elementary School District #22Tolleson Elementary School District #17Tolleson Union High School District # 214Tombstone Unified School District #1Tuba City Unified School District #15Tucson Unified School DistrictUnion Elementary School District #62Vail Unified School District #20Valley Union High School District #22Vernon Elementary School DistrictWashington Elementary School District # 6Wellton Elementary School District #24West-MEC District #402Whiteriver Unified School District #20Wickenburg Unified School District #9Willcox Unified School DistrictWilliams Unified School District #2Wilson Elementary School District #7Window Rock Unified School District #8Winslow Unified School District #1Young Public School DistrictYuma Elementary School District # 1Yuma Union High School District # 70Page 5 of 61

TABLE OF CONTENTSSectionPageNo Qualification Response Form . 7Definition of Terms . 8Uniform Instruction to Offerors . 10Uniform General Terms and Conditions . 17Special Terms and Conditions . 28Scope of Work . 35Evaluation Overview . 38Submittal Requirements . 41Statement of Qualifications . 42MWBE & HUB . 45Debarment Certification . 46Edgar Certification . 47C.O.I., Reference, Contact Info & Non-Collusion Statement .51 - 54Performance Bond . 55Payment Bond . 56Offer and Acceptance Form . 57I.R.S. W-9 Form, Request for Taxpayer Identification Number . 58DOCUMENTS REFERENCED:You may access a copy of the documents referenced within this proposal at the following web addresses:Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.) is available tes.aspSchool District Procurement Rules in the Arizona Administrative Code (A.A.C.) is available athttp://www.azsos.gov/public services/Title 07/7-02.htmI.R.S. W-9 form (Request for Taxpayer I.D. Number) is available athttp://ftp.fedworld.gov/pub/irs-pdf/fw9.pdfU.S. Department of Labor’s Immigration and Control Act – Form I-9 is available atwww.uscis.govBuckeye Elementary School District No. 33RFQ # 17-003 Job Order Contracting – General ContractorsPage 6 of 61

“NO QUALIFICATION” RESPONSEFORMJob Order Contracting – General ContractorsRFQ #17-003Material and/or Service:RFQ # 17-003Buckeye ElementarySchool District No. 33Procurement Department25555 W. Durango St.Buckeye, AZ 85326Job Order Contracting – General ContractorsOfferors not responding to this solicitation are asked to complete this form. Please return this form ONLYto the address listed above, fax to (623) 386-4471 or email to purchasing@besd33.orgCompany Name:Address:City: State:Phone:Zip:Fax:Reason for NO QUALIFICATION RESPONSE:Do not handle product/serviceUnable to respond due to current staff availability and/or business conditionsInsufficient timeUnable to meet terms, conditions, specifications or requirements as described within thesolicitation due to:Other:This NO QUALIFICATION response is authorized by:Date:SignatureTitlePlease check one:Retain our company on the mailing list for future solicitations.Please remove our company from the mailing list for this commodity or serviceBuckeye Elementary School District No. 33RFQ # 17-003 Job Order Contracting – General ContractorsPage 7 of 61

DEFINITION OF TERMSA Complete list of definitions can be found in the Arizona Administrative Code R7-2-1001. The termslisted below are defined as follows:“Attachment” means any item the Solicitation requires the Offeror to submit as part of the submittal.“Contract” means the combination of the Solicitation, including the Special Instructions to Offeror,Special Terms and Conditions, and the Specifications and Statement or Scope of Work/Services; and anySolicitation Amendments (Addenda) or Contract Amendments; Purchase Orders and any terms appliedby law.Contract Amendment” means a written document signed by the Procurement Officer that is issued forthe purpose of making changes in the Contract.“Contractor” means any person who has a contract with the School District/public entity.“Cost” means the aggregate cost of all materials and services, including labor performed byforce account.“Days” means calendar days and shall be computed pursuant to A.R.S. 1-243 unless otherwisespecified.“Exhibit” means any item labeled as an Exhibit in the Solicitation or placed in the Exhibits section of thesolicitation.“Governing Body” means group comprised of elected or appointed officials, such as School DistrictGoverning Boards, City Councils, County Supervisors, Board of Regents, etc. which has the authority tomake fiduciary decisions for a Member organization.“Gratuity” means a payment, loan, subscription, advance, deposit of money, services, or anything ofmore than nominal value present or promised, unless consideration of substantially equal or greater valueis received.“Materials” means all property, including equipment, supplies. Printing, insurance and leases or propertybut does not include land, a permanent interest in land or real property or leasing space.“Member” Any entity part of (S.A.V.E.) Strategic Alliance for Volume Expenditures“Offer” means a response to a Request for Qualifications.“Offeror” means a person submitting an offer in response to a Request for Qualifications.“Person” means any corporation, business, individual, union, committee, club other organization orgroup of individuals.“Responsible Offeror” means a person what at the time of contract award has the capability to performthe Contract requirements with the integrity which will assure good faith performance.“Responsive Offeror” means a person who submits a Qualification or proposal which conforms in allmaterial respects to the Invitation for Qualifications or Request for Proposals.“Services” means the furnishing of labor, time or effort by a contractor or subcontractor which does notinvolve the delivery of a specific end product other than required reports and performance, but does notinclude employment agreements or collective bargaining agreements.Buckeye Elementary School District No. 33RFQ # 17-003 Job Order Contracting – General ContractorsPage 8 of 61

“Procurement Officer” means the person duly authorized to enter into and administer Contracts andmake written determinations with respect to the Contract or his or her designee.“Solicitation” means an Invitation for Qualifications (IFB), a Request for Proposals (IFB), or a Requestfor Quotations (RFQ).“Solicitation Amendment (or Addendum)” means a written document that is authorized by theProcurement Officer and issued for the purpose of making changes to the Solicitation.“Subcontract” means any Contract, express or implied, between the Contractor and another party orbetween a subcontractor and another party delegating or assigning, in whole or in part, the making orfurnishings of any material or any service required for the performance of the Contract.“School District/Public Entity” means the School District/public entity that executes the contract.Buckeye Elementary School District No. 33RFQ # 17-003 Job Order Contracting – General ContractorsPage 9 of 61

UNIFORM INSTRUCTIONS TO OFFERERS1.InquiriesA.B.Duty to Examine. It is the responsibility of each Offeror to examine the entire Solicitation,seek clarification in writing, and check its submittal for accuracy before submitting theQualification. Lack of care in preparing a Request for Qualification shall not be grounds forwithdrawing the submittal after the due date and time nor shall it give rise to any Contractclaim.Solicitation Contact Person. Any inquiry related to a Solicitation, including any requests foror inquiries regarding standards referenced in the Solicitation, shall be directed solely tothe Solicitation contact person. The Offeror shall not contact or direct inquiries concerningthis Solicitation to any other employee unless the Solicitation specifically identifies a personother than the Solicitation contact person as a contact.C.Submission of Inquiries. The Procurement Officer or the person identified in the Solicitationas the contact for inquires may require that an inquiry be submitted in writing. Any inquiryrelated to a Solicitation shall refer to the appropriate Solicitation number, page, andparagraph. Do not place the Solicitation number on the outside of the envelope containingthat inquiry since it may then be identified as an submittal and not be opened until after theQualification due date and time.D.Timeliness. Any inquiry shall be submitted as soon as possible and at least seven (7) daysbefore the Qualification due date and time. Failure to do so may result in the inquiry notbeing answered.E.No Right to Rely on Verbal Responses. Any inquiry that results in changes to theSolicitation shall be answered solely through a written Solicitation Amendment orAddendum. An Offeror may not rely on verbal responses to its inquires.F.Solicitation Amendments/Addenda. The Solicitation shall only be modified by a SolicitationAmendment or Addendum.G.Pre-Qualification Conference. If a pre-Qualification conference has been scheduled underthis Solicitation, the date, time, and location appear on the Solicitation cover sheet orelsewhere in the Solicitation. An Offeror should raise any questions it may have about theSolicitation or the procurement at that time. An Offeror may not rely on any verbalresponses to questions at the conference. Material issues raised at the conference thatresult in changes to the Solicitation shall be answered solely through a written SolicitationAmendment or Addendum.H.Persons with Disabilities. Persons with a disability may request a reasonableaccommodation, such as a sign language interpreter, by contacting the appropriateSolicitation contact person. Requests shall be made as early as possible to allow time toarrange the accommodation.I.Submittal Opening. Submittals shall be opened on the date and time, and at the placedesignated on the cover page of this document, unless amended in writing by the District.The name of each Offeror shall be read at this time. All Offers, any modifications andother information received in response to the Request for Qualifications shall o n l y b eshown to authorized District personnel having a legitimate interest in the evaluation. Aftercontract award, the Submittals and evaluation documents shall be open for publicinspection.J.Time Stamp. Submittals will be time stamped when received. They will be accepted upBuckeye Elementary School District No. 33RFQ # 17-003 Job Order Contracting – General ContractorsPage 10 of 61

to but no later than the time indicated in the Request for Qualifications (RFQ).Submittals received after the time stated in the RFQ will not be considered and willremain unopened. Offeror assumes the risk of any delay in the U.S. Mail. Whether sent bymail or by means of personal delivery, the Offeror assumes responsibility for having hisSubmittal deposited on time at the place specified.2.Submittal PreparationA.Forms: No Facsimile or Telegraphic Offers. A response shall be submitted either on theforms provided in this Solicitation or their substantial equivalent. Any substitute documentfor the forms provided in this Solicitation will be legible and contain the same informationrequested on the form. A facsimile, telegraphic or mailgram offer shall be rejected.B.Typed or Ink; Corrections. A response must be typed or in ink. Erasures, interlineations orother modifications in the submittal must be initialed in ink by the person signing the Offer.Modifications shall not be permitted after Qualifications have been opened except asotherwise provided under R7-2-1030.C.Signature(s) on Qualifications. The Offer and Contract Acceptance document within theSolicitation should be submitted with an original ink signature by the person authorized tosign the Offer. The signature shall signify the Offeror’s intent to be bound by theQualification and the terms of the Solicitation and that the information provided is true,accurate, and complete. Failure to submit verifiable evidence of an intent to be bound, suchas an original signature, may result in rejection of the Offer.D.Exceptions to Terms and Conditions. All exceptions included with the Offer shall besubmitted in a clearly identified separate section of the offer in which the Offeror clearlyidentifies the specific paragraphs of the Solicitation where the exceptions occur. Anyexceptions not included in such a section shall be without force and effect in any resultingContract unless such exception is specifically referenced by the Procurement Officer in awritten statement. The Offeror’s preprinted or standard terms will not be considered as apart of any resulting Contract. All exceptions that are contained in the Offer may negativelyaffect the solicitation evaluation based on the evaluation criteria as stated in theSolicitation or result in rejection of the Offer. No exceptions included in the Offer shallbecome part of the resulting Contract unless agreed and accepted to by the District.E.Cost of Offer Preparation. The District will not reimburse any Offeror the cost of respondingto a Solicitation.F.Solicitation Amendments/Addenda. Unless otherwise stated in the Solicitation, eachSolicitation Amendment or Addendum should be signed with an original signature by theperson signing the Qualification, and shall be submitted no later than the Qualification duedate and time. Failure to return a signed copy of a material Solicitation Amendment orAddendum or to follow the instructions for acknowledgement of the SolicitationAmendment/Addendum may result in rejection of the Qualification.G.Taxes.1.Federal Excise Tax - Arizona School Districts/Public Entities are exempt from certainFederal Excise Tax on manufactured goods.2.Transaction Privilege Taxes - Arizona School Districts/Public Entities are subject toall applicable state and local transaction privilege taxes. Transaction Privilege TaxesBuckeye Elementary School District No. 33RFQ # 17-003 Job Order Contracting – General ContractorsPage 11 of 61

in Arizona include State, County and City taxes.3.Property Taxes - Arizona School Districts/Public Entities do not pay state property taxes.4.Taxes on Shipping - Transaction privilege tax may not be collected on delivery charges tothe District’s location if separately stated on the invoice.5.Payment of Taxes – The District is responsible for payment for all taxes listedon the invoice. Contractor is responsible for collection of such taxes and shall forwardall taxes to the proper revenue office.H.Provision of Tax Identification Numbers. Offeror’s are required to provide their ArizonaTransaction Privilege Tax number and/or Federal Employer Identification number, ifapplicable, in the space provided on the Offer and Acceptance Form.I.Identification of Taxes in Offer. School Districts/public entities are subject to all applicablestate and local transaction privilege taxes. If Arizona resident Offerers do not indicate taxeson a separate item in the Qualification, the School District/public entity will conclude thatthe price(s) offered includes all applicable taxes.J.Disclosure. If the Firm, business, or person submitting this Offer has been debarred,suspended, or otherwise lawfully precluded from participating in any public procurementactivity, including being disapproved as a subcontractor with any federal, state, or localgovernment, or if any such preclusion from participation from any public procurementactivity is currently pending, the Offeror shall fully explain t

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