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Sewer Line Cleaning at Los Angeles International Airport and Van Nuys Municipal Airport

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Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000560042

Bid Title: Sewer Line Cleaning at Los Angeles International Airport and Van Nuys Municipal Airport

Agency Bid No. Title: 116-034

Received Date: 05/03/2016

Close Date: 06/23/2016

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point:

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Pre-Bid Conference 05/12/2016 10:00 AM


Specifications include, but are not limited to:Contractor will furnish labor, materials, equipment and appliances to clean approximately38,800 linear feet of main line sewers from 6 to 21, as directed, at various locations at LosAngeles International Airport for a period of one year. Cleaning of the Maintenance Area, SouthSide, Terminal Area and Tom Bradley Terminal (TBIT) to be performed once every six (6)months. The sewer tank will be cleaned every three (3) months or as needed. Video inspectionand storm drain cleaning will be performed on an as needed basis.The work to be done under this contract shall include the cleaning of 38,800 lineal feet of mainline sewers from 6-inch through 24-inch pipes in compliance with the attached specification.Successful bidder MUST have both Hydro-Jet and Vacuum truck.WORK TO BE DONE:A. Sewer mainline cleaning:1. Maintenance Area: World Way WestClean twice a year.2. Terminal Area:Clean twice a year.3. South Side Area:Clean twice a year.4. Tom Bradley Terminal (TBIT) Area:Clean twice a year.5. Bradley West Terminal Area:Estimated pipe breakdown for the Bradley West Terminal:24 Pipe = 1,500 LnFt21 Pipe = 800 LnFt18 Pipe = 400 LnFt

Product Codes: 94169, 91063

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: Los Angeles World Airports

State: California

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: 7301 World Way West, 1st floor, Los Angeles, California, 90045



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