Government Contract | Colorado
Pest Control services

Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000568590

Bid Title: Pest Control services

Agency Bid No. Title: 2016001435

Received Date: 05/10/2016

Close Date: 05/20/2016

Purchase Type: until 06/30/2017

Delivery Point:

Delivery Date: Not Stated


Specifications include, but are not limited to:Rodenticides shall be used with all due precaution to preclude the possibility of accident to humans, domestic animals and pets.All main buildings shall be visited for inspection and treatment a minimum of once a month. Commercial Kitchens and dining areas (CMHI-FL D and H; DYC locations) shall be inspected and treated at least twice a month as needed. The contractor shall make additional visits and treatments as they are deemed necessary, to maintain an acceptable level of pest control. Such pest control services shall be made within 48 business hours, when requested by DHS staff at no additional charge. Programs must do their part in mitigating pest encroachment.Crawling insects will be controlled by spot treatment and application of residual and non-residual pesticides.Rodent control methods will include toxic bait, traps, glue boards or other rodent control devices. Toxic bait may only be used in methods, and areas, not accessible by clients or general staff.Control of animals and birds not listed above (such as squirrels, rabbits, prairie dogs, pigeons) outside of buildings listed shall be on an as needed basis, and billed as time and materials. (SEE page 3 - insert per hour and materials percentage markup there.)Service technician will notify the facility through the designated representative of conditions that may limit the effectiveness of a pest control program. Programs must do their part in mitigating pest encroachment.Vendor shall provide a logbook at each facility that will be used by program staff to note any pest control problems that need to be addressed since the last visit. Vendor will check the logbook at the start of any visit to the facility. It will be the responsibility of each facility to maintain the logbook in the same location that is accessible to the vendor, and to post any problems in the book in a timely manner. Situations requiring immediate attention shall be phoned in to the Division of Facilities Management at (303) 866-7201. They will contact the vendor.All pest control work shall be performed in a safe manner and in accordance with the most modern and effective scientific pest control procedures.The materials used in pest control work shall conform to Federal, State, OSHA, Local ordinances and laws, and shall be in compliance with EPA labeling and the use requirements under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (As Amended).Special care shall be exercised in the use of liquid insecticides in areas having and asphaltic, mastic, linoleum floor surface. The insecticide shall not stain or discolor walls, ceilings, floors or baseboards.Special care shall also be used in storage areas to keep the insecticide from coming in contact with items stored.No pest control materials or equipment shall be stored or kept at any of the serviced locations when the contractor is not working there.No pest control material shall be allowed to contact any food or utensils in which food may be contained.Insecticide administered shall be of sufficient strength to achieve optimum results; concentrated insecticide will not be diluted to the extent to render it impotent or nearly so.The contractor shall take precautions so no tools, equipment and bulk chemicals remain in the facility after each visit and that all items used during the visit are back in the contractors possession.

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Product Code: 91059

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: State of Colorado - Department of Human Services

State: Colorado

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Vera Kennedy 1575 Sherman Street, 6th Floor, Denver, Colorado, 80203

Phone: 303-866-3227




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