Mercer-Fraser Company

Is seeking qualified DBEs



Outreach Coordinator
Cassie Coppini

Project Estimator
KODY KING

Telephone
(707) 443-6371 Ext. 101

Fax
(707) 443-0277

Address
P.O. Box 1006
Eureka, CA 95502


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Project Name
HOT MIX ASPHALT OVERLAY

Bid/Contract #
01-362704

Awarding Agency
CALTRANS

Project Location
FORT BRAGG, MENDOCINO County, CA

Bid Date
11/08/2019 at 14:00

Project Details
LEAD COMPLIANCE PLAN
PROGRESS SCHEDULE (CRITICAL PATH METHOD)
CONSTRUCTION AREA SIGNS
TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM
CHANNELIZER (SURFACE MOUNTED)
TEMP PEDESTRIAN ACCESS ROUTE
PORTABLE CHANGEABLE MESSAGE SIGN
TEMP RAILING (TYPE K)
ALTERNATIVE TEMPORARY CRASH CUSHION
JOB SITE MANAGEMENT
PREPARE WPCP
TEMP CHECK DAM
TEMP DRAINAGE INLET PROTECTION
TEMP GRAVEL BAG BERM
TEMP CONCRETE WASHOUT
TREATED WOOD WASTE
TEMP HIGH-VISIBILITY FENCE
SHOULDER BACKING
CRACK TREATMENT
FULL WIDTH SEGMENT CORRECTION
HOT MIX ASPHALT (TYPE A)
DATA CORE
PLACE HOT MIX ASPHALT DIKE (TYPE A, C, E, F)
TACK COAT
REMOVE ASPHALT CONCRETE DIKE
COLD PLANE ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVEMENT
MINOR CONCRETE (MINOR STRUCTURE)
ADJUST MANHOLE TO GRADE
ADJUST VALVE BOX FRAME AND COVER TO GRADE
REMOVE PAVEMENT MARKER
PAVEMENT MARKER (RETROREFLECTIVE)
RESET MILEPOST MARKER
MIDWEST GUARDRAIL SYSTEM (SPECIAL)
MIDWEST GUARDRAIL SYSTEM (8' POST)
REMOVE VEGETATION CONTROL
VEGETATION CONTROL MAT (FIBER)
TRANSITION RAILING (TYPE WB-31)
END ANCHOR ASSEMBLY (TYPE SFT)
ALTERNATIVE IN-LINE TERMINAL SYSTEM
RECONSTRUCT GUARDRAIL (STEEL POST)
RECONSTRUCT GUARDRAIL (WOOD POST)
THERMOPLASTIC PAVEMENT MARKING
6"-8"THERMOPLASTIC TRAFFIC STRIPE (ENHANCED WET NIGHT VISIBILITY)
REMOVE THERMOPLASTIC TRAFFIC STRIPE
REMOVE THERMOPLASTIC PAVEMENT MARKING
12" RUMBLE STRIP (ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVEMENT)
CONTRAST STRIPE THERMOPLASTIC
MODIFYING EXISTING ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
PORTABLE RADAR SPEED FEEDBACK SIGN SYSTEM

Mercer-Fraser Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Mercer-Fraser Company is signatory with the Operating Engineers, Laborers, Carpenters and Teamsters Unions. Plans and specifications for this project are available to review upon request, or on the Caltrans Website. Mercer-Fraser Company will negotiate in Good Faith with all prospective subcontractors and suppliers for this project. Assistance may be provided for obtain bonding, lines of credit, insurance, necessary equipment, supplies and materials. Scope letters (including subcontractor conditions or exceptions) should be received 24 hours prior to bid time to allow for proper evaluation and review. 100% performance and payment bonds may be required for the full amount of subcontract price by an admitted surety and subject to approval by Mercer-Fraser Company. Mercer-Fraser Company will pay for bond premium up to 1.5%. Subcontractors must possess a current applicable Contractors license, DIR, insurance and workers compensation coverage meeting Mercer-Fraser Company and Caltrans minimum requirements during the entire length on the contract, and will be required to sign the standard Mercer-Fraser Company Subcontract Agreement and provide a waiver of subrogation. A copy of the insurance requirements and subcontract agreement can be obtained by contacting our office.

How to get in touch


Outreach Coordinator
Cassie Coppini

Project Estimator
KODY KING

Telephone
(707) 443-6371 Ext. 101

Fax
(707) 443-0277

Address
P.O. Box 1006
Eureka, CA 95502


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