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Welcome to Community Transit’s Procurement Information Section.

Community Transit’s Procurement Department supports the purchasing of goods and services that are essential to providing transportation services for the citizens of Snohomish County. In serving Snohomish County’s needs, Procurement staff are dedicated to providing efficient and responsive service, in full compliance with Community Transit’s legal requirements, while upholding the highest ethical and professional standards.

The goal of this site is to assist our vendor community in doing business with Community Transit by providing information and access to current solicitations.

Community Transit advertises all solicitations (Invitations to Bid and Requests for Proposals) over $10,000 on this website. Any solicitation over $100,000 dollars will also be advertised in the Everett Herald.

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Solicitations

Vendors interested in contracting with Community Transit may obtain active solicitations on this site or by contacting the appropriate Procurement Specialist. All responses to solicitations must be submitted in writing on the forms provided in the solicitation document and according to the information provided in each solicitation. If you are interested in obtaining a solicitation, please register as a vendor and download the solicitation. If you have any questions, please contact the appropriate person at the number listed for each procurement.

 
Active Solicitations
RFP 50-14 Coach Operator Uniforms
Closes: 09/04/14 @ 02:00 PM

*** Addendum #1 Issued 8/18/14 ***

 

RFP #50-14 Coach Operator Uniforms

The awardee selected through this solicitation shall provide Coach Operator Uniforms for Community Transit in accordance with the specifications listed in the RFP.

Any questions must be e-mailed to procurement@commtrans.org by August 26, 2014.

 Contact for all inquiries is:
Chad Jorissen, Procurement Specialist
procurement@commtrans.org

RFP #52-14 Security System - Threat and Vulnerability Assessment, Risk Analysis
Closes: 09/09/14 @ 02:00 PM

 Community Transit is looking for a consultant to provide a threat and vulnerability assessment and risk analysis report to use as a guideline in developing the agency’s next five-year security enhancement plan.

The successful proposer shall prepare a Threat and Vulnerability Assessment and Risk Analysis report of the critical system elements based on industry standard methods. 

NOTE:  IF YOUR FIRM IS INTERESTED IN RESPONDING, YOU MUST SIGN THE ATTACHED NON-DISCLOSURE AGREEMENT AND RETURN IT TO THE POINT-OF-CONTACT LISTED IN THE SOLICITATION IMMEDIATELY.  ONCE RETURNED, WE WILL EMAIL YOU ADDITIONAL SAFETY AND SECURITY SENSITIVE INFORMATION THAT YOU WILL NEED IN ORDER TO RESPOND TO THIS REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS.

ITB 43-14 Collection of Waste Oil & Filters From Transit Facilities
Closes: 09/10/14 @ 02:00 PM

Community Transit will be accepting bids for a one-year, firm-fixed price, contract to collect waste oil, remove oil filters and absorbent materials from its facilities. The contract period will be from 9/29/14 – 9/28/15. The contractor shall be responsible for any required profiles, manifests, removal, recycling, transportation, and disposal of used oil generated by Community Transit, in accordance with this bid document.

If your company is interested in this business, please "sign-up" for the solicitation, complete the price sheet and submit it by the deadline listed in the solicitation. 

For any questions contact:
Theresa Teschlog, CPPB
Procurement Specialist,
procurement@commtrans.org
Community Transit
7100 Hardeson Road
Everett, WA 98203
Phone (425) 438-6139

Community Transit has partnered with Builders Exchange of Washington to provide electronic access to project documents and plans for selected solicitations.  Builders Exchange provides innovative tools to enable contractors and business partners to view online, or download, plans, specifications and relevant addendums, including the Bid Recording Form. Click here to read our conditions agreement

Current & Awarded
6/16/2014 @ 1:00 pm PDTAsh Way Park & Ride Parking Lot Renovation, Community Transit, Lynnwood, WA #27-14
5/6/2014 @ 2:00 pm PDTMerrill Creek Operations Base (MCOB) - Entrance Drive Slab Replacement and Seismic Retrofit, Community Transit, WA #21-14
Closed Solicitations

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Awarded Solicitations may be accessed online at www.communitytransit.org or Builders Exchange of Washington, link show below, for results on public works projects awarded by Community Transit.

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  • Current Public Works Projects ($100,000 or above)
    • Community Transit has partnered with Builders Exchange of Washington to provide electronic access to project documents and plans for selected solicitations.  Builders Exchange provides innovative tools to enable contractors and business partners to view online, or download, plans, specifications and relevant addendums, including the Bid Recording Form.
  • Contractors must have a valid Washington State Contractor's license and, depending on the project, bonding, such as bid bonds, performance and payment bonds, may apply. Additionally, insurance coverage, such as Commercial General Liability Insurance, Business Auto Liability, Worker's Comp, may apply, and the contractor must have the ability to name the Community Transit as additional insured.
  • Community Transit is a public agency and, per the Revised Code of Washington, prevailing wages apply on all public works projects. Prevailing wage rates are available from the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries. Click on the Prevailing Wages link to obtain the current wage rates for Snohomish County and to obtain more detailed information regarding prevailing wages.

 

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Information

Community Transit promotes and encourages small business participation, which may include small minority and women owned businesses, and small businesses owned by persons with disabilities, on its contracts. Firms are reminded to afford all potential business partners an equal, non-discriminatory opportunity to compete for business as subcontractors.

Community Transit is interested in firms that demonstrate a commitment to equal employment opportunity and encourages firms to employ a workforce that reflects the regions diversity and to adhere to non-discrimination provisions. To be considered as a DBE under the Federal DBE Certification Program, participating firms must be certified by the Washington State Office of Minority and Women's Business Enterprises (OMWBE) prior to the bid/proposal submittal date. Information regarding Disadvantaged Business Enterprises currently certified with the State of Washington is available at: http://www.omwbe.wa.gov/

For additional information, contact:

Mailing Address: 7100 Hardeson Road, Everett, WA 98203
Procurement Fax #: (425) 356-3405
E-mail Address: procurement at commtrans dot org