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CITY OF PROVIDENCE: Board of Contract & Supply Meeting July 24

Monday, July 24, 2017

 

COMMUNICATION FROM DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC PROPERTY, DIVISION OF PURCHASING, RECOMMENDING THE FOLLOWING WITH APPROVAL OF DIRECTORS AND/OR REPRESENTATIVES OF RESPECTIVE DEPARTMENTS. 

 

1. From Stephanie Fortunato, Director, Department of Art, Culture & Tourism:

 

Dated June 13, 2017, recommending Specialty Diving Inc., sole bidder, for Barge Company to carry the fireworks and allow detonation for the City of Providence's Independence Day Celebration on Tuesday, July 4th, 2017; Rain Date Wednesday July 5th, in a total amount not to exceed $21,750.00. (Minority Participation is 0%) (246-00008-17)

 

2. Dated July 14, 2017, recommending High Output Inc., high bidder (low bidder failed to provide required proof of insurance), for Professional Sound and Light Production Company for Celebrate Washington Street, in a total amount not to exceed $9,500.00. (Minority Participation is 0%) (101-916-53499)

 

3. From Wendy Nilsson, Superintendent, Department of Parks:

 

Dated July 14, 2017, recommending Lucena Brothers Inc., low bidder, for Aldo Freda Field Improvements, in a total amount not to exceed $75,295.00. (Minority Participation is 0%) (CDBG)

 

4. Dated July 14, 2017, recommending Frank J. Zamboni & Company, Inc., low bidder, for Purchase of a Ride-On Ice Re-Surfacer, in a total amount not to exceed $93,883.80. (Minority Participation is 0%) (101-900-19392: MASTER LEASE)

 

5. Dated July 14, 2017, recommending Tasca Ford, low bidder, for Purchase of Five (5) Sport Utility Vehicles, in a total amount not to exceed $166,325.00. (Minority Participation is 0%) (101-900-1932: MASTER LEASE)

 

6. Dated July 14, 2017, recommending Liberty Chevrolet, Inc., sole bidder, for Purchase of (3) Sedans, in a total amount not to exceed $57,177.00. (Minority Participation is 0%) (101-900-19392: MASTER LEASE)

 

7. Dated July 19, 2017, recommending Hali Beckman, Ltd., low bidder, for Landscape Architectural and Engineering Services for the Woonasquatucket Adventure Park, in a total amount not to exceed $80,540.00. (Minority Participation is 0%) (RIDEM GRANT)

 

8. From Bonnie Nickerson, Director, Department of Planning and Development:

 

Dated July 18, 2017, recommending the following bidders, for Environmental Consulting Services, in a total amount not to exceed $50,000.00. (Minority Participation is 0%) (1-101-908-53227;4-240-1020-53310;4-242-1020-53310)

 

Amec Foster Wheeler Env & Infr     ATC Group Services

BETA Group, Inc.                            GZA GeoEnvironmental

Fuss & O’Neill                                 VHB

EA Engineering                                Gordon R. Archibald. Inc.

Ranson Consulting

 

9. From Al Buco, Acting Director of Operations, Department of Public Property:

 

Dated July 19, 2017, recommending NRC East Environmental, low bidder, for Removal of Two (2) Fuel Tanks at 20 Ernest Street, in a total amount not to exceed $61,424.00. (Minority Participation is 0%) (101-1801-52940)

 

10. From Alan Sepe, Former Director of Operations, Department of Public Property:

 

Dated July 13, 2017, recommending Action Auto Parts, sole bidder, for Automotive Parts for Cars and Trucks (Blanket Contract 2017-2019), in a unit price bid, for a total amount not to exceed $200,000.00. (Minority Participation is 0%) (VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS)

 

11. From Michael Borg, Director, Department of Public Works:

 

Dated July 6, 2017, recommending Narragansett Improvement, low bidder, for Bituminous Concrete, in unit price bid, for a total amount not to exceed $60,000.00. (Minority Participation is 0%) (101-508-54280-0000)

 

12. From Steven Pare, Commissioner, Providence Fire Department:

 

Dated July 13, 2017, recommending Edward Deutch Uniforms aka Leader Uniform, second low bidder (low bidder did not meet the specifications), for Station Uniforms, in a total amount not to exceed $145,500.00. (Minority Participation is 0%) (101-303-54810)

 

13. Dated July 7, 2017, recommending Physio-Control Inc., high bidder (low bidder did not meet the specifications), for Lucas Chest Compression System with Comprehensive Coverage and Four (4) Years of Preventative Maintenance, in a total amount not to exceed $141,766.45. (Minority Participation is 0%) (101-303-54150)

 

14. Dated July 13, 2017, recommending Edward Deutch Uniforms aka Leader Uniform, sole bidder, for Dress Uniforms, in a total amount not to exceed $110,000.00. (Minority Participation is 0%) (101-303-54810)

 

15. From Colonel Hugh T. Clements Jr., Chief of Police, Providence Police Department:

 

Dated July 17, 2017, recommending Tasca Ford, low bidder, for One (1) 2017 Ford Super Duty Crew Cab Pick Up, in a total amount not to exceed $50,558.00. (Minority Participation is 0%) (392-302-52870/392-0001-18)

 

16. Dated July 13, 2017, recommending Catuogno Court Reporting, low bidder, for Transcription Services, in the amount of $.016 per line, for a total amount not to exceed $22,000.00. (Minority Participation is 0%) (101-302-53307)

 

17. Dated July 12, 2017, recommending the following bidders, for Police Uniforms FY 2018 & FY 2019 (2 year bid), in a total amount not to exceed $474,590.00. (Minority Participation is 0%) (101-302-54810)

 

Edward Deutch Uniforms               $341,590.00

RI Uniform & Supply                       $133,000.00

 

18. Dated July 3, 2017, recommending Jurek Brothers, Inc., sole bidder, for Smith & Wesson Simmunition Guns, in a total amount not to exceed $23,070.00. (Minority Participation is 0%) (839-839-52250)

 

19. Dated July 3, 2017, recommending Summit General Store LTD., sole bidder, for Dog Food, Cat Food & Kitty Litter, in a total amount not to exceed $23,000.00. (Minority Participation is 0%) (101-302-54100)

 

20. From Ricky Caruolo, General Manager, Water Supply Board:

 

Dated July 13, 2017, recommending New England Wildlife, low bidder, for RFP for Nuisance Wildlife Control Services (Blanket 2017-2019), in a total amount not to exceed $7,500.00 over 3 years. (Minority Participation is 0%) (601-533-53401)

 

21. Dated July 13, 2017, recommending the following bidders, for Hazardous Waste Removal, Spill Containment Supplies and Environmental Consultant (Blanket 2017-2020), in a total amount not to exceed $25,000.00 a year for three years. (Minority Participation is 0%) (601-530-52120)

 

Trade Environmental Services

Clean Harbors

 

COMMUNICATIONS

 

22. From Lori Hagen, City Clerk, Department of City Clerk:

 

City Clerk Hagen, under date of July 17, 2017, requesting approval of an encumbrance with the Providence Journal, for advertising for Board Ads, Public Hearings, etc., for Fiscal Year 2017-2018, in a total amount not to exceed $70,000.00. (1-101-102-52175-0000)

 

23. From Wendy Nilsson, Superintendent, Department of Parks:

 

Superintendent of Parks Nilsson, under date of July 12, 2017, requesting approval of a payment to E.W. Audet, sole bidder, to provide Emergency Electrical Panel Replacements at the Roger Williams Park Museum of Natural History, in the amount of unit prices, for a total amount not to exceed $53,000.00, all work will be paid with the proceeds from the Parks Department. (Minority Participation is 0%)

 

24. Superintendent of Parks Nilsson, under date of July 7, 2017, requesting approval of a Budgetary Change Order #4, with D'Ambra Construction, for the One Way Greenway in Roger Williams Park, in the amount of $113,060.25, for work not originally specified in the contract, making the new total amount not to exceed $1,006,645.75. (Minority Participation is 0%)

 

25. From Bonnie Nickerson, Director, Department of Planning and Development:

 

Director of Planning and Development Nickerson, under date of July 12, 2017, providing notification to the Board of Contract and Supply of the following contracts awarded in conjunction with the City's Lead Grant since its last submission on May 30, 2017, all qualified bidders were notified of the option to bid and are on the approved state bidding list.

 

Address                      Bid Opened               Amount                      Contractor

 

165 Whittier Ave        05/05/2017              $10,590.00          Castano Construction

668 Cranston St         05/12/2017            $18,208.00            A-Team Construction

368 Orms St                 05/19/2017          $37,850.00            Benitez Construction

258 Lowell Ave            05/26/2017           $8,870.00             A-Team Construction

53 Lisbon St                 06/02/2017           $16,476.00           Mora Construction

30 Kenwood St             06/22/2017          $18,321.00            Robert’s Home Impr.

24 Linton St                06/23/2017             $23,752.00           A-Team Construction

10 Bernard St               06/30/2017         $17,398.00            A-Team Construction

 

26. From Al Buco, Acting Director of Operations, Department of Public Property:

 

Acting Director of Public Property Buco, under date of July 18, 2017, requesting approval to purchase motor and diesel fuel from Shell/Colbea Enterprises LLC, for the City's public safety vehicles, instead of purchasing from Exxon Mobil, which offers a substantial discount to what we are currently paying (a rebate of $0.10 (ten cents) per gallon for the first twelve (12) months and a rebate of $300.00 (three hundred) dollars per month for diesel fuel), and better availability of fueling stations for our Public Safety Vehicles. (101-1801 54770)

 

27. From Michael Borg, Director, Department of Public Works:

 

Director of Public Works Borg, under date of July 6, 2017, requesting approval of payment of service contract fees, with MacKay Meters Inc., sole vendor, for Parking Meters, in the amount of $10,950.00 per month, to cover meter services for the 2017/2018 fiscal year, in a total amount not to exceed $131,400.00 . (Minority Participation is 0%) (1-101-516-53401)

28. Director of Public Works Borg, under date of July 6, 2017, requesting approval of an encumbrance, with Coastal International Trucks, sole vendor, for the purchase of parts and services for the International Fleet, in a total amount not to exceed $8,000.00 for the 2017/2018 fiscal year. (Minority Participation is 0%) (1-101-515-52912)

 

29. Director of Public Works Borg, under date of July 6, 2017, requesting approval of a payment of service contract fees, with Cale America, Inc., sole vendor, in the amount of $14,433.33 per month, for monthly leasing fees for parking meters, in a total amount not to exceed $170,200.00 for the 2017/2018 fiscal year. (1-101-516-53401)

 

30. Director of Public Works Borg, under date of July 6, 2017, requesting approval of a payment of service contract fees with Cale America Inc., sole vendor, in the amount of $3,600.00 per month, for Monthly Services to parking meters, in a total amount not to exceed $43,200.00 for the 2017/2018 fiscal year. (Minority Participation is 0%) (1-101-516-53401)

 

31. Director of Public Works Borg, under date of July 6, 2017, requesting approval of payment to Dunbar Armored Inc., sole vendor, for Armored Car Service, in the amount of $5,150.00 per month, for coin collection services, in a total amount not to exceed $61,800.00 for the 2017/2018 fiscal year. (Minority Participation is 0%) (1-101-516-53401)

 

32. Director of Public Works Borg, under date of July 6, 2017, requesting approval of an encumbrance with CN Wood, sole source vendor, for Elgin Sweeper Parts for street sweepers, in a total amount not to exceed $10,000.00 for 2017/2018 fiscal year. (Minority Participation is 0%) (1-101-515-52912)

 

33. Director of Public Works Borg, under date of July 6, 2017, requesting approval of an encumbrance with Pascale Service Corporation, sole source vendor, for Miscellaneous Parts for International, Sterling and Freightliner truck parts, in a total amount not to exceed $20,000.00. (Minority Participation is 0%) (1-101-515-52912)

 

34. Director of Public Works Borg, under date of June 29, 2017, requesting approval to piggyback the General Service Contract RI for GPS Tracking Services on City Vehicles, with Safety Markings, Inc., in a total amount not to exceed $30,000.00. (Minority Participation is 0%) (101-510-54215)

 

35. Director of Public Works Borg, under date of July 12, 2017, requesting approval of an extension of a contract with Waste Management, for collection of solid waste and recyclable materials, in the amount of $6,500,000.00, to cover the FY 2018 and to extend the term for an additional 3 years at the rates and terms to be agreed in writing with the proposed costs as follows. (GARBAGE 1-101-506-53402; RECYCLING 1-101-506-52350)

 

                                                                   FY18                               FY19

 

WM Refuse Collection Price                   $3,800,000.00             $3,895,000.00

WM Recycling Collection Price                $2,019,213.00          $2,069,693.00

WM Yard Waste Collection (8Months)      $400,000.00             $410,000.00

 

TOTAL WM BASE COLLECTION            $6,219,213.00           $6,374,693.00

 

36. Director of Public Works Borg, under date of July 14, 2017, requesting approval to pay Cale America, Inc., for the purchase of a new parking meeting that was damaged and needed to be replaced on Orange Street, in a total amount not to exceed $7,300.00. (Minority Participation is 0%) (1-101-516-53401)

 

37. From Kathryn Sabatini, Chief of Policy, Office of the Mayor:

 

Chief of Policy Sabatini, under date of July 11, 2017, requesting approval of extension of contract with the House of Hope CDC, to serve as the Providence Navigation Center Service Provider, for a twelve month period July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018, in a total amount not to exceed $185,693.24, the cost will be reimbursed to the House of Hope through federal Emergency Shelter Grants (ESG) funds from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. (Minority Participation is 0%) (ESG)

 

38. From Colonel Hugh T. Clements Jr., Chief of Police, Providence Police Department:

 

Chief of Police Clements, under date of July 14, 2017, requesting approval to piggyback the State of Rhode Island Master Price Agreement MPA #337, to lease Two (2) Savin Digital Imaging Systems, from Core Business Technologies, for the period of 60 months per machine at $160.64 per month, $9,638.40 each, for a total amount not to exceed $19,276.80. (Minority Participation is 0%) (101-302-52905)

 

39. Chief of Police Clements, under date of July 12, 2017, requesting approval of an encumbrance, with Paul Masse Chevrolet, for all Chevy parts and warranty work for FY 2018, in the amount $23,000.00 for parts, and $3,000.00 for warranty, Paul Masse is the closest Chevrolet dealership to the City for parts and warranty work, for a total amount not to exceed $26,000.00. (Minority Participation is 0%) (101-302-54700/101-302-52922)

 

40. Chief of Police Clements, under date of July 13, 2017, requesting approval to exercise the two year purchase agreement with Axon Enterprise Inc., sole bidder, to purchase Training Cartridges which are model specific, in a total amount not to exceed $29,970.00 per year for two years. (Minority Participation is 0%) (840-840-53500/840-1000-18; 2ND YEAR FUNDING TBD)

 

41. Chief of Police Clements, under date of July 12, 2017, requesting approval of Change Order #1, for Graphics to Police Vehicles, with Bori Graphics, for installing 50 graphic packages to the 50 new police Ford Interceptors, at a cost of $12,087.50 ($241.75 per vehicle), for a total amount not to exceed $22,087.50. (Minority Participation is 0%) (392-302-52870/392-0001-18)

 

42. Chief of Police Clements, under date of July 3, 2017, requesting approval of a purchase with Datalux, sole vendor, to purchase fifty (50) additional Tracer Mobile Computer Units to be installed on (50) new Ford Police Utility Interceptors, for a total amount not to exceed $220,700.00. (Minority Participation is 0%) (2018 MASTER LEASE PROGRAM/ACCOUNT CODE PENDING)

 

43. From Ricky Caruolo, General Manager, Water Supply Board:

 

General Manager of Water Supply Board Caruolo, under date of July 11, 2017, requesting approval of a payment to RI Division of Public Utilities Commission, for our annual assessment fee, in a total amount not to exceed $100,000.00. (Minority Participation 0%)(601-130-52120)

 

44. General Manager of Water Supply Board Caruolo, under date of July 13, 2017, requesting approval of a payment to CliftonLarsonAllen LLP, to conduct the final audit of the East Smithfield Water District, in a total amount not to exceed $61,000.00. (Minority Participation 0%)(601-120-53320)

 

45. From Judith Petrarca, Purchasing Administrator, School Department:

 

Purchasing Administrator Petrarca, under date of June 30, 2017, requesting approval for the School Department/Local/Federal Programs to piggyback the annual Blanket Order for goods and services for the State of Rhode Island Municipalities, for Audiovisual Equipment/Services with Shanix Technology, Inc., for the 2017/2018 school year on an as needed basis.  (Minority Participation is 0%) (LOCAL)

 

46. Purchasing Administrator Petrarca, under date of July 11, 2017, requesting approval to amend the original award to the following vendors, for Insurance Premiums for Fiscal 2017/2018, the city is no longer financing their General Liability, Excess Liability and Excess Public Officials Insurance, and will no longer make payments to IPFS. The total of the award and breakdown by city locations remains the same, no additional funding is needed. (Minority Participation is 0%)

 

American Bankers                                         $12,755.00

Chubb Group of Insurance Companies        $487,336.00

The Hilb Group of New England                   $129,436.20        

 

47. Purchasing Administrator Petrarca, under date of July 11, 2017, requesting approval of Budgetary Change Order #1, for RFP for Security Guard Services 3-Year Blanket, with Madison Security Group, Inc., in the amount of $25,000.00, needed to supply security for the Providence Public School Department Administration Building for July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018, making the new total contract amount not to exceed $110,000.00 for the 2017/2018 school year. (Minority Participation s 0%) (LOCAL)

 

48. Purchasing Administrator Petrarca, under date of July 11, 2017, requesting approval for the School Department/Transportation/Local to pay Edulog Software through Education Logistics, Inc., for this year's license and maintenance fee, for routing of all busses in the Providence School District, in a total amount not to exceed $21,897.00. (Minority Participation is 0%) (LOCAL)

 

49. Purchasing Administrator Petrarca, under date of July 14, 2017, requesting approval of a Budgetary Change Order #2 for the School Department/Plant Maintenance & Operations-Local, with Aramark Management Services, LLP., in the amount of $401,134.00, additional funds are needed to cover the cost of capital improvement projects, for a revised total amount not to exceed $19,220,760.43 for 2016/2017. (Minority Participation is 0%) (LOCAL)

 

50. Purchasing Administrator Petrarca, under date of July 14, 2017, requesting approval of Budgetary Change Order #1, for the School Department/Plant Maintenance & Operations-Local, with Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation, for Waste Disposal (tipping fee) at the Central Landfill, in the amount of $844.36, additional funds are needed for additional tipping fees for waste disposal from additional projects in the district, for a revised total amount not to exceed $143,644.36 for 2016/2017. (Minority Participation is 0%) (LOCAL)

 

51. Purchasing Administrator Petrarca, under date of July 14, 2017, requesting approval of Change Order # 1 for the School Department/Plant Maintenance & Operations-Local, for Best Lock/Interchangeable Core/Master Keyed System-3 Year Contract, with Columbus Door Company, in the amount of $2,000.00, additional funds are needed to cover additional projects, for a revised total amount not to exceed $27,000.00 for 2016/2017. (Minority Participation is 0%) (LOCAL)

 

52. Purchasing Administrator Petrarca, under date of July 13, 2017, requesting approval for the School Department/Federal Programs-PCTA-RIDE Categorical Funds, to pay Community College of Rhode Island, for 35 PTEC students who are taking summer courses at CCRI, for students to earn both a high school diploma from PCTA as well as an Associate Degree from CCRI, in a total amount not to exceed $9,775.50. (Minority Participation is 0%) (RIDE CATEGORICAL FUNDS)

 

53. Purchasing Administrator Petrarca, under date of July 17, 2017, requesting approval for the School Department/Federal Programs-Local to pay Rhode Island College, for courses provided to 6 teachers for the Fall, and 9 teachers for the Spring semester, as part of the Master of Arts in Education in Teaching English to Speak to Speakers of other Languages (TESOL) and Urban Multicultural Education, in a total amount not to exceed $9,078.00. (Minority Participation is 0%) (LOCAL)

 

54. From David Rodio, Acting Building Official, Department of Inspection and Standards:

 

Building Official Rodio, under date of July 12, 2017, requesting approval to reject all bids received on June 26, 2017, for Demolition of 72 King Street a one-story red brick commercial building, one bid was received and was over budget.

 

55. From Michael Borg, Director, Department of Public Works:

 

Director of Public Works Borg, under date of July 6, 2017, requesting approval to reject all bids received on June 26, 2017, for Portland Cement and Concrete, one bid was received and was over budget.

 

CONTINUED MATTER

 

56. From James Lombardi, City Treasurer, Office of the Treasurer:

 

City Treasurer Lombardi, under date of March 9, 2017, requesting approval to award retroactively for Lobbying Services with Government Strategies, Inc., for services provided under the direction of the Solicitor and Treasurer's Office, in a total amount not to exceed $36,000.00 per year. (101-105-52120)

 

B.      OPENING OF BIDS

 

1. Department of Parks:

 

PURCHASE OF FIVE (5) PICKUP TRUCKS.

 

2. Department of Parks:

 

PURCHASE OF HEAVY DUTY DUMP TRUCK.

 

3. Department of Parks:

 

PURCHASE OF ONE (1) HIGH CAPACITY MOWER.

 

4. Department of Parks:

 

PURCHASE OF ONE (1) TRACTOR WITH ATTACHMENTS.

 

5. Department of Parks:

 

FURNISH & INSTALL INTERPRETIVE SIGNAGE.

 

6. Department of Public Property:

 

UPGRADES TO FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS AT PROVIDENCE CITY HALL.

 

7. Office of the Assessor:

 

TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF PROVIDENCE RHODE ISLAND-EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 31, 2018.

 

8. Office of the Assessor:

 

RFP FOR FULL LIST AND MEASURE REAPPRAISAL OF REAL PROPERTY LOCATED WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND, EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 31, 2018-OFFICE OF THE ASSESSOR.

 

9. Providence Police Department:

 

EMERGENCY VETERINARY SERVICES.

 

10. Providence Police Department:

 

FALSE ALARM MANAGEMENT SYSTEM.

 

11. Water Supply Board:

 

FURNISH & INSTALL A FOUR (4) PART OIL DISBURSEMENT SYSTEM.

 

12. Water Supply Board:

 

PURCHASE OF A WET/DRY MULTI-PURPOSE CYLINDRICAL 33" SELF PROPELLED BATTERY OPERATED FLOOR SCRUBBER.

 

13. School Department:

 

RFP FOR CONTRACT SERVICES FOR SELF DIRECTED LEARNING CONSULTANT SERVICES FOR THE PROVIDENCE PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT-1 YEAR WITH TWO-1 YEAR OPTIONS/FEDERAL PROGRAMS-TITLE I FUNDING.

 

14. School Department:

 

RFP FOR UNIVERSAL SCREENER/ASSESSMENT TOOLS FOR SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL LEARNING (SEL) COMPETENCIES FOR THE PROVIDENCE PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR 1 YEAR WITH TWO-1 YEAR OPTIONS/LOCAL.

 

C.      ADVERTISEMENTS

 

         TO BE OPENED ON MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 2017:

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF INSPECTION AND STANDARDS

 

DEMOLITION OF 72 KING STREET, A ONE STORY RED BRICK COMMERCIAL BUILDING.

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF PARKS

 

ROGER WILLIAMS PARK TEMPLE TO MUSIC MASONRY REPAIRS.

 

 

ROGER WILLIAMS PARK CASINO MECHANICAL RENOVATIONS.

 

 

ROGER WILLIAMS PARK CASINO RENOVATIONS.

 

 

ROGER WILLIAMS PARK BOATHOUSE RENOVATIONS.

 

 

ROGER WILLIAMS PARK BETSEY WILLIAMS COTTAGE RENOVATIONS.

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

 

UPDATE AND UPGRADES TO THE BOYS AND GIRLS BATHROOMS, FEDERAL HILL HOUSE, 9 COURTLAND STREET, PROVIDENCE, RI 02909.

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

 

STEEL BEAM GUARDRAILS AND RAILING REPAIRS-ON CALL SERVICES.

 

FIRE DEPARTMENT

 

PROTECTIVE JACKETS AND PANTS FOR STRUCTURAL FIRE FIGHTING.

 

 

ULTRASENSE EC NITRILE GLOVES.

 

 

HEALTHY COMMUNITIES OFFICE

 

SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION CONSULTANT

 

 

SCHOOL DEPARTMENT

 

RFP FOR SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL LEARNING (SEL)/SCHOOL BASED MENTAL HEALTH COLLABORATION PROJECT FOR THE PROVIDENCE PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT-1 YEAR WITH TWO-1 YEAR OPTIONS/LOCAL FUNDING.

 

 

ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES CONTRACTOR-2 YEAR CONTRACT WITH 1 OPTION YEAR-PLANT MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS.

 

         TO BE OPENED ON MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 2017:

 

 

WATER SUPPLY BOARD

 

SITE IMPROVEMENTS & REMEDIATION ACTIVITIES 2835 HARTFORD AVE, JOHNSTON, RI (PRE-BID WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 2017 AT 9:00 O'CLOCK AM)

 

 

            PER ORDER THE Board of Contract and Supply

            Mayor Jorge O. Elorza, Chairman

 

 

 

The foregoing Committee may seek to enter into Executive Session.


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