AltaSea is creating an urban, ocean-based campus at the Port of Los Angeles where ocean innovators work together
Gensler, one of the world’s leading architecture and design firms, has completed design of the 35-acre AltaSea campus. Learn more about what Architectural Digest is calling “one of the most exciting new projects” in Los Angeles.
AltaSea is accepting bids for the development of site improvements, entrance facilities, wharf improvements and core elements of a historic building and historic district at 2500 South Signal Street, San Pedro, CA 90731.
Work will include: Demolition and abatement, excavation & grading, AC paving, site utilities, structural steel, site concrete and masonry, signage, historic building restoration, aluminum and glass, modular buildings, mechanical systems, fire sprinklers, fire alarm, electrical and low voltage, and repair and upgrade of existing wharf.
A-licensed general contractors can bid on this federally funded project. Subcontractors holding C-12, C-20, C-36 licenses are required to be listed in the Bidder’s List of Subcontractors. A 100% Performance & Payment Bond and a 10% Bid Bond are required. Construction plans/specs are included in the Bidding Documents. This project is partially funded with federal funds from the United States Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration. Davis-Bacon Act and State Prevailing Wage provisions apply to this project.
The work to be performed under the contract for construction is also subject to the requirements of the City of Los Angeles and the City of Los Angeles Harbor Department to provide opportunities for Small Business Enterprises (SBE), Minority Business Enterprises (MBE), Women Business Enterprises (WBE), and Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE) to participate in any and all contracts.
Two Job Walks will be held at the project site on May 9, 2019 @ 10:00 a.m and on May 10, 2019 @ 10:00 a.m. Attendance at one of the two Job Walks is mandatory. Sealed bids must be submitted on forms provided in bid packages and are due no later than 2:00 pm on May 30, 2019.
Bidding Documents can be downloaded at: www.crplanwell.com, click link for “Public Planroom”, and find “AltaSea”. Digital downloads of the Bidding Documents are free. Printed copies of the Bidding Documents can be purchased by contacting American Reprographics Company (ARC) Document Management, 934 W. Venice Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90015, (213) 745-3145.
For clarifications of the Bidding Documents please contact Keith Kaneko, firstname.lastname@example.org
AltaSea reserves the right to reject any and all Bid Proposals or to waive any irregularities or informalities in any Bid Proposal or in the bidding.
At AltaSea, the focus is on innovative solutions that provide sustainable development opportunities and associated Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) jobs. Initial focus issues include: (1) Aquaculture – promoting sustainable aquaculture solutions, and (2) Blue Tech – developing technology for remote monitoring, sensing and ocean exploration.
Phase 1A campus elements include:
Southern California Marine Institute (SCMI), consortium that represents a strategic alliance of 22 major universities, colleges, and foundations, will be the anchor tenant for the Science Hub. The Science Hub will provide a home for the world’s top scientists to conduct breakthrough ocean-related research and discover solutions to environmental problems. Through intensive collaboration, these great minds will conceptualize, identify and address the most pressing issues facing the ocean today. By emphasizing not just ocean-related research, but also ocean discovery, the Science Hub will contribute to a more sustainable future that benefits both humanity and the planet.
Phase 1B elements include:
The Engagement Center will serve as a global beacon for ocean education. As the home of innovative marine science exhibits and education programs, the Center’s features include an auditorium with a glass wall cantilevering over the channel, a learning grotto and science laboratories. Programming at the Engagement Center will strengthen STEM education and, by its fifth year of operation, is projected to annually provide educational experiences for up to 50,000 children in grades K-12, with a total visitor count expected to surpass 200,000.
DISCLAIMER: AltaSea designs are conceptual and are in the process of obtaining entitlements approvals, permitting and final Port of Los Angeles review and adoption.