X
GO
Nina Campbell
/ Categories: Land Use, Land Use

PUBLIC NOTICE WILL COUNTY LAND USE DEPARTMENT REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) FOR RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL ASBESTOS SERVICES


PUBLIC NOTICE
WILL COUNTY LAND USE DEPARTMENT REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) FOR RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL ASBESTOS SERVICES

PURPOSE:
In accordance with the Asbestos Abatement Act for Public and Private Schools, the Commercial and 
Public Building Act and Code, the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) shall license 
asbestos abatement contracting companies that conduct response actions to remove, encapsulate or 
enclose friable asbestos-containing building materials. The contractor shall meet the 
qualifications commensurate with Section 855.110 (b) of the Asbestos Abatement for Public and 
Private Schools and Commercial and Public Buildings Act and Code; Will County seeks to solicit 
proposals from qualified individuals or firms to assist the County in obtaining asbestos 
inspections, cost estimating services, asbestos abatement projection, and/or remediation for 
properties scheduled for demolition, rehabilitation, and/or aquisition.
Services include:

•    Conduct initial on-site asbestos inspection;
•    Provide cost estimate of asbestos remediation/abatement;
•    Prepare asbestos assessment report;

Information to be included in the proposal:

1. A profile of the company;
2. A narrative describing the specialized experience and technical competence of the firm or persons with respect to working on federally funded commercial and residential projects; 
specifically rehabilitation of existing construction and demolition projects and/or other publicly funded housing rehab/demo projects.

3. Evidence of having a minimum of 5 years building construction trades experience specifically related to asbestos testing, remediation, and abatement.

4. A Summary of past record of performance of the firm and personnel with respect asbestos assessment, remediation, and abatement: accessibility to clients, ability to meet client schedules, 
communication, and coordination skills.

5. Copies of County and/or State registrations which include and may not be limited to licensure by the Illinois Department of Public Health.

6. A summary of the firm’s experience working in Will County.

7. A summary of the firm’s experience working with HUD programs and HUD Grants specifically HOME 
and CDBG; to include proof of registration in the System for Award
Management (SAM), https://www.sam.gov/SAM/.

8. A summary of the firm’s capacity of carrying out all aspects of required asbestos-related activities, including any experience with preparing reports, drawings, specifications, and construction/remediation.

9. A cost of services per housing unit for Inspection, Assessment, which includes all samples, lab fees, and any other associated costs.

10. A schedule outlining the timeframe from initial contact to scheduling the inspection, 
conducting the inspection, through an asbestos assessment report being received by Will County.
11. Proof of insurances (General Liability and Workers Compensation).

12. References from previous clients within the past five years.
Method of Selection:
Proposals will be reviewed by an evaluation team for the purpose of identifying and recommending 
those individuals offering, in total, the overall cost for services, expedient service delivery, 
the highest qualifications, and experience with these types of projects. The individuals or firms 
recommended may also be interviewed by members of the evaluation team for the express intention of 
recommending a final individual or firm to perform this work for Will County.

Attention of bidders is particularly called to the requirements as to conditions of employment to be observed and minimum wage rates to be paid under the contract, Section 3, Segregated Facility, 
Section 109 and E.O. 11246. MBE/WBE: Women and Minority-Owned Businesses are encouraged to submit proposal.

No bidder may withdraw his bid within 30 days after the actual date of the opening thereof.

Please submit 1 original, 1 copy, and a USB Drive containing all materials in an opaque sealed envelope with a cover letter. All materials may be submitted to the attention of Kathy Pecora, Will 
County Land Use Department, during regular business hours (Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.).


This proposal should be addressed and submitted to:

Kathy Pecora
Program Manager Community Development
Will County Land Use Department 58 E. Clinton St.
Joliet, IL 60432

Questions can be emailed to Kathy Pecora- kpecora@willcountylanduse.com.


Proposals will not be accepted after the prescribed deadline date and time of February 20, 2020 at 4:00 p.m.

Print
1240

Documents to download

Nina CampbellNina Campbell

Will County Webmaster

Other posts by Nina Campbell
Contact author

Contact author

x
Press Contacts

Anastasia Tuskey
Communications Director
Ph: 815-740-8376

Tammy Reiher
Public Information Officer
Ph: 815-774-7485

«June 2021»
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
30311
June is Pet Preparedness Month

June is Pet Preparedness Month

The Illinois Emergency Management Agency has designated June as Pet Preparedness Month.

Read more
2
Still have questions about the COVID-19 Vaccine??

Still have questions about the COVID-19 Vaccine??

Join a virtual discussion from noon until 1pm on Friday, June 11 to learn more information about the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine.
Read more
345
67
Next Generation of Athletes

Next Generation of Athletes

Rising boxing star, Joseph Awinongya Jr., 14, was honored by Will County Executive Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant for his numerous accomplishments in the world of boxing.
Read more
8
First Responders Across Will County Train on Active Threat Scenarios

First Responders Across Will County Train on Active Threat Scenarios

Over the past few years the Will County Active Threat Task Force has been training local first responder agencies for active threat scenarios. This Task Force is made up of law enforcement, fire departments and emergency management agencies.





Read more
9101112
131415
Drive Thru Job Fair set for Tuesday, June 22, in University Park

Drive Thru Job Fair set for Tuesday, June 22, in University Park

Workforce Center of Will County, in conjunction with University Park Village Hall, will host a Drive Thru Job Fair from 1 to 3 p.m. Tuesday, June 22, at the Village Hall, 44 Town Center Drive.

Read more
1617
County Executive appoints 9, reappoints 6 to boards and commissions

County Executive appoints 9, reappoints 6 to boards and commissions

Will County Executive Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant appointed nine and reappointed six people to boards and commissions.

Read more
1819
20212223242526
27282930123
45678910

Tags

100th birthday 50th Anniversary of Earth Day Passport event 9-1-1 Emergency Telephone System Board acting Chief Judge David Carlson adult detention affordable agricultural Alison.com All Nations Church of God in Christ Alzheimer's walk ambulance America Recycles Day American Legion Post 1080 American Recycles Day American Rescue Plan Animal Control appointments Arsenal Road assistance awinongya bars BBQ luncheon Becky Haldorson behavioral health bertino tarrant Bertino-Tarrant block grants boards Bolingbrook Park District bonds book event book recycling book recycling and reuse event book reuse and recycling Book Reuse and Recyling Event boxing Brayden Caraynoff-Haber Bruce Gould building permits businesses call center career career coaching CARES Act Caroline Portlock cash reserves CBS 2 Chicago CDC census certification Charles Schad Charlotte Mather chicago Street children's Christina Snitko Citizen Utility Board Citizens Utility Board city city of joliet Clarius Park closings Clothes 4 Work CMAP ComEd commissions Community Development of Block Grant community health computers Congressman Foster contact tracing cooling centers cornerstone services coronavirus cost savings council county county board chairs county departments County Executive Denise Winfrey County Executive Larry Walsh county government County Office Building covid covid-19 COVID-19 crisis COVID-19 vaccination covid-19 vaccine C-Pace cultural Curt Paddock Danette Krieger Dave Nichols David Dubois daylight savings dea Deborah Alexander Deirdre Manigo Denise Winfrey dental Diane Brozman digital safety Director Curt Paddock disorder distressed Don Gould Dr. L.P. Schild drainage district drive-through job fair drug disposal drug take back early voting Earth Day Earth Flag Awards Easter Eastside Green House economic development Eden Community Garden electric school buses electronic recycling electronics recycling EMA agency emergency Emergency Management Agency employment ems week energy and conservation survey energy conservation energy efficiency Erin Kohl Ethics Adviser Executive Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant extreme heat fair housing february federal federal funding fees financial savings fire protection district first responder fiscal health fiscal responsibility flouride flu food bank forklift drivers Frankfort Township Friends of Sunny Hill funding future gardening Gertrude Hoover Gloria Dollinger Go Solar Good Friday governor pritzker green energy Green Team groundbreaking Harold Damron health Health Department healthcare heroin legislation forum hero helps addiction trea high credit rating Historic Preservation Commission holiday holiday bazaar holiday gift show and luncheon holiday string lights holidays HOME home improvements homeless hospital Household Hazardous Waste housing HVAC IDPH ihda Illinois Extension Service Illinois Recycling Foundation indoor dining indoor recreation industrial insulation interview interviiew James Ingram Janine Farrell Jason Holicky Jeff Hubrich Jennifer Bertino Tarrant Jesse Cruitt JJC City Center Campus Joan O'Keefe job creation job fair job fair in-a-bag job search jobs Joe Malacina Joe Van Duyne John Greuling John Ocansey Johnson & Johnson Joliet Joliet Arsenal Development Advisory Board Joliet Mayor Bob O'Dekirk Joliet Park District Joliet Slammers Joyce Parker Judge David Carlson Judy Ogalla Karen Sorbero Kathy Pecora Land Use Department Laraway Communications Center Larry Walsh Lauren Staley Ferry Lewis University library lighting fixtures lincoln's birthday LInkedIn lion electric liquor license Madison Curran Maggie McDowell maintenance manurfacturing Margaret McDowell Marta Keane Marth Sojka mask mass vaccination clinis material handlers mechanic medicaid Melissa Hemzacek Memorial Day mental health Meta Mueller Michael Hennessey Midwest Classics on 66 Museum Midwest Renewable Energy Association Mike Bell mitigations Mobile Workforce Center Monee Park District Monee Township Moody Investor Service mortgage assistance Moving Will County municipal museums Music and memory NACo National Community Development Week National Hookup of Black Women National Recycling Coalition nctv 17 neuter/spay new year's day Nick Palmer non profit Northeastern Illinois operators opioids Organix Pam Rodriguez pandemic paper shredding Pastor Dwayne Barfield Penny Curran permits pets pfizer phase 4 Pilcher Park Pilcher Park Nature Center Plainfield United Methodist portal Prairie State Legal Services President Biden presidents day public building public safety pumpkin composting Pumpkin Pitch quarantine Rain barrels rain gardens rating ready will county recovery recreation Recyclepalooza recycling Recycling Connections redistricting register registration renewable natural gas renewals rent assistance rental assistance reopen research and development residential residents Resource Recovery and Energy Resource Recovery and Energy Division resource room resources restaurants restore illinois resume Resume Gallery Rethink Water campaign ribbon rng plant Rolonda Mitchell Roy Strong rural historic structures safety Samantha Bluemer Savers Savers. WJOL schedule school bus driver school garden Scott Kettman Scott Slocum security officers Seeds of Change Grant Program Senior Services Center seniors Sharefest shelter Sherry Newquist sick sign language silver gloves skilled care skills small business grants smoke detectors social events solar solar group buy Solarize Chicagoland spay Spirit of Community Caring Award spring 2021 St. Vincent DePaul Standard and Poor's state of illinois stay home substance use Substance Use Initiatives Sue Olenek suicide Sunny Hill Nursing Home Sunny Hill Nursing Home of Will County Susan Flessner Susan Olenek swimming pools taxpayers Ted Slowik telecommunicators testing textile and shoe collection textile collection textile recycling The Daily Southtown The Friends of Sunny Hill Inc. thermal Three Rivers Association of Realtors tier 1 Tim Anderson tire collection Todd Fonfara toys r us training transportation treatment U.S. National Championship union labor University Park unused prescriptions update USAgain vaccination vaccinations vaccine vaccine clinic veterans Veterans Day veterinarian Village of Romeoville virtual vision and hearing screening vow renewal warming centers Warren-Sharpe Community Center Washington Township Wayne Breitbarth We WILL Build We Will Grow Garden Program weather related closings wescom West Nile Virus will Will County Will County Board Will County Center for Community Concerns Will County Clerk will county ema Will County Executive Will County Executive Denise Winfrey Will County Executive Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant Will County Executive Larry Walsh Will County Executive Larry Walsh Midwest Renewabl Will County Farm Bureau will county health Will County Health Department Will County Historic Preservation Commission Will County Land Use Department Will County Office Building Will County Office Buildng will county residents will county sheriff Will County TB clinic Will County Veterans Affairs Commission Will County Workforce Center Will County Workforce Services Division William E. Young School WJOL Workforce Center of Will County Workforce Investment Board Workforce Services Division Workforce Services Division of Will County Workforce Services Division releases November work workshops xray Youth Provider Workshop