Contracting Forms and Information

The Water Authority solicits competitive proposals and bids for a variety of goods, supplies, materials, and services. Documents and templates are typically modified by the Water Authority for each project and included in each Water Authority solicitation.

SCOOP Outreach Policy & Instructions

The Water Authority’s Small Contractor Outreach and Opportunities Program is designed to maximize participation of diverse, qualified, small contractors, consultants, and material suppliers seeking to do business with the Water Authority. Effective implementation of SCOOP is a requirement of the project and award of a contract will be determined, in part, by the Contractor’s demonstrated effort in conducting effective outreach…

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Schedule A-1: Subcontractor Designations

Identify Work that can be Subcontracted. Evidence of Fulfillment (i)Complete and submit Schedule A-2 by entering: A description of each item of work solicited from subcontractors;Estimated cost of work, materials or services;Percent of total fee; andWhether or not a subcontractor or vendor was selected, and the reason for selection/non-selection. Complete Schedule A-1 by entering the name and location of the…

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Schedule A-2: Subcontracting Opportunities & Contact Log

Description of work, cost estimate and breakdown and what came of that vendor’s proposal.

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Surplus Items

The Water Authority uses a third party online auction service to dispose of surplus property.

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Design Manuals

Design manuals show the practices and standards for designing projects at the Water Authority

download this documentDesign Manual Volume One – Design Contractor Guide download this documentDesign Manual Volume Two – Facility Design Guide

Insurance

To access the Water Authority’s typical insurance terms and conditions, refer to the applicable contract and purchase order templates (e.g. professional service contract, O&M maintenance contract). Insurance limits are established on a project specific basis and are made a part of the solicitation. 

download this documentGeneral Liability download this documentWorkers Compensation download this documentAutomobile Liability download this documentProfessional Liability download this documentProperty Insurance download this documentEnvironmental Impairment Liability download this documentExcess Liability Form

Purchase Order Terms and Conditions

download this documentMaterials, Supplies, & Equipment (sample) download this documentServices (sample)