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Carlos Gonzales
02-06-2009, 12:53 AM
An interested party to the UAMCC just sent me a recent award (Jan 1, '09) in S.Calif for sidewalk cleaning.


Folks there is money out there....you got to find it!!!

XXX Boulevard (Between XXX Street and XXXX Boulevard

-187,546 sq.ft.)


• Daily machine sweeping and debris removal from sidewalks; wheelchair ramps; storefronts;


on, under and around fixtures; seven (7) days a week


• Twice per month hot pressure wash sidewalks, wheelchair ramps, tree well covers and curb

tops, including gum and substance removal

• Once quarterly pressure wash crosswalks, curb faces, and concrete gutters. To include
substance removal
• Sweep or remove debris from curb return and gutter line, based on City Street Sweeping
Schedule.
d Avenue (between Bry and Hrd Street· 39,033 sq.ft.)
• Once per month hot pressure wash sidewalks, midblock decorative concrete street portions,
wheelchair ramps, curb faces, curb tops, tree well covers and fixtures, and gum and
substance removal






Colo Street (Between Glele Av and Easterly City limits - 90,450 sq.ft.)


• Once per month removal of trash and debris from sidewalks, storefronts, wheelchair ramps,


curb returns, gutters and around fixtures. 2nd week of the month.

• Once per month hot pressure wash sidewalks, wheelchair ramps, curb faces, curb tops,

fixtures and trash receptacles, and gum and substance removal. 4th week of the month.






Broadway (Between Broulevard to Gle Avenue· 44,292 sq.ft.)


• Once per month removal of trash and debris from sidewalks, storefronts, wheelchair ramps,


curb returns, gutters and around fixtures

• Once per month hot pressure wash sidewalk, crosswalks, wheelchair ramps, tree well

covers, curb faces, curb tops, bus benches, bus shelters and trash receptacles, and gum
and substance removal.






Contract Detail


1. Original Contract with XXXXXe Systems


2. Change Order (Maintain Current Service Level)

3. Change Order for Additional Scope of Work to include

quarterly pressure washing and cleaning of the Exchange





Alley

Change Order for Additional Scope of Work to include

quarterly pressure washing and cleaning of the MoXXXXe
Shopping Park






Cost


$ 262,356.00
$ 150,000.00


$ 10,000.00

$ 20,000.00




TOTAL: $ 442,356.00

John Tornabene
02-06-2009, 01:25 AM
I know somebody who has a similiar contract like that for a pretty large city. There contract pays them over $700,000 annually. Man I could use one like that.

Scott Stone
02-06-2009, 09:57 AM
That San Antonio contract is going to be more than either one of those.

Carlos Gonzales
02-06-2009, 09:59 AM
That San Antonio contract is going to be more than either one of those.

Yep..that San Antonio one is going to a Whopper!!

Ken Fenner
02-06-2009, 10:31 AM
That makes it official.. I'm moving to San Antonio!

Scott Stone
02-06-2009, 01:57 PM
Well, it sure has better weather than Pennsylvania.

Ken Fenner
02-06-2009, 02:02 PM
Amen to that.

Tony Szabo
02-06-2009, 07:47 PM
Does any one know of someone bidding the San Antonio contract? It seems that its going to take alot of equipment to handle the account.

just curious

We stayed Downtown San Antonio about a few months back and I took a walk around 5AM and there were guys washing by where we were staying.
The after results of the flat work they were cleaning was a poor job. This was a private contractor with city emblems on their truck washing sidewalks.

Scott Stone
02-06-2009, 09:03 PM
I thought about it, but am not really set up for the hassle of managing an out of state contract. I also do not have anyone currently employed that would be capable, at this point, of doing something like that. I do have a guy that has potential, he is a retired army first sergeant, but he needs a bit more seasoning on the technical aspect of the work.

Mathew Johnson
02-06-2009, 10:27 PM
I know somebody who has a similiar contract like that for a pretty large city. There contract pays them over $700,000 annually. Man I could use one like that.

John, the commute to do this one would be a killer.... sounds like the perfect job for the swabby