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Remodel portions of the County's Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU), located at 250 Bon Air Road in Kentfield, CA. The authority having jurisdiction for this project is the Office of Statewide Health Planning & Development. Scope includes, but is not limited to, modifications to existing toilet room to make it ADA-accessible; modifications to an existing toilet and shower room to make it ADA-accessible; improvements to existing rear entry fence and gate; reconfiguration of existing administrative and staff work areas; new partition walls, new kitchen and break area casework; relocation of plumbing fixtures; replacement of plumbing fixtures; installation of injury proof fixtures; two new interview rooms; and all required changes to existing life safety and building systems to accommodate the remodeled areas.
Contractors or Subcontractors performing the hazardous material abatement scope are required to be registered with Cal/OSHA and to hold a C-22 license from the Contractor’s State License Board at the time of bid.
A pre-bid conference and job walk with be held at 3:00 p.m. on October 12th, at the two-story Behavioral Health Building behind Marin General Hospital, first floor ‘Mejia’ conference room, located at 250 Bon Air Road, Greenbrae, CA 94904 . Attendance at this meeting is encouraged but not mandatory.
“Second Pre-Bid Conference Added” on Wednesday, October 18, 2017 @ 3:00pm at 250 Bon Air.
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The County is in receipt of several requests for the bid packets related to the Marin County Civic Center Reroof Project. To ensure a full and complete response to everyone, we have uploaded all submitted bidders complete bid packets for review on the county website, as the bid packets are public records.
The County of Marin has requested a full evaluation of their existing Life and disability from fundamental elements of plan design, cost competitiveness, and administrative ease. Burnham Benefits is soliciting proposals on behalf of the County of Marin. County of Marin has been with the CSAC benefits pool for these lines of coverage for well over 20 years – limiting the ability to obtain any claims, pricing, or plan design history. We look forward to partnering with you through this RFP process and for your support given the limited information.
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