County RFP/RFQ/IFB – Awarded


Public Works

Lederer 2014

RFP/RFQ/IFB – Awarded

Thank you for your interest in doing business with Napa County. Below is a list of the County’s competitive purchasing opportunities that have already been awarded. This list can be sorted by Title, Department or Award. The Award column lists the successful firm for each opportunity. For more information regarding a specific award, please use the contact e-mail link or phone number associated with each award. For a list of current competitive purchasing opportunities, please see our RFP/RFQ/IFB – Opportunities page.

RFQ: Consulting Services for FEMA and California Office of Emergency Services Reimbursement Optimization
On August 24, 2014, the County of Napa experienced a 6.0 magnitude earthquake, known as the 2014 South Napa Earthquake, which damaged several County owned and operated facilities, and displaced hundreds of County staff. As a result, and with approval from FEMA, the County hired a firms with FEMA reimbursement expertise to assist with the preparation of request for reimbursements. County staff worked with the firm on prparing and sumitting claims for reimbursement to FEMA (project worksheets), and the Federal Agency denied some requests and in some instances agreed to payments lower than the County's estimated cost of repairs. Consequently, the Napa County Executive Office's Risk Management Division is seeking Statements of Qualifications for consulting services to assist with these FEMA appeals, and optimize the reimbursement and retention of funds. RFQ Questions Due May 29, 2015. Response to Questions Due June 2, 2015. Statements of Qualifications due by Due Date by 5:00 p.m. Interviews will be held June 10, 2015. Notification to Applicants of Award on June 15, 2015.
County Executive Office
Kerry Whitney
(707) 253-4821
Kermani Consulting Services
RFP: Napa River Oakville to Oak Knoll Restoration Project, Group A, PW 15-01
Neighbors to the Oak Knoll to Oakville Crossroad Reach of the Napa River have voluntarily created a restoration project that will include 7 miles of new riparian habitat along the Napa River. The project will be an immediate downstream continuation of the Rutherford Dust Project. The proposed project, which includes twenty seven (27) Restoration Areas (RAs) across ten (10) geo-morphically identified sub-reaches along the river has been divided into two separate phases. Phase 1 consists of 14 Res along a 4-mile stretch of the Napa River between Oakville Crossroad and just south of Yountville Crossroad. Phase 2 encompasses the remaining 13 RAs between Yountville Crossroad to Oak Knoll Avenue. Two pre-bid site visits for Contractors bidding the project are scheduled for May 13 and May 22, 2015 at 10:00 A.M. Attending and signing in for one of the two site visits is mandatory. Engineer's estimate is $1,859,633. No bids will be accepted after 3:30 P.M., on bid opening date.
Public Works
John Vicencio
(707) 253-4351
Bids are currently being evaluated