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Subject to conditions prescribed below, prequalications from trade contractors are requested for the following Work: ART CENTER AND SATELLITE PLANT CSU Bakerseld Project No. PR7001 CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, BAKERSFIELD BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA CSU Bakerseld and Rudolph and Sletten are requesting prequalication applicants for all bid packages. Prequalication forms will be submitted to Rudolph and Sletten, Inc. DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT: Art Center: This project component requires construction of a new one story, 10,000 square foot building. It includes teaching labs, restrooms, lockers, equipment storage, repair shop, storage areas, yards and other areas necessary to function as an Art Center. There is a covered area and a secured yard. Satellite Plant: This project component requires the construction of a new Satellite Plant consisting of a 3,000 square foot building and 1,600 square foot cooling tower attached to the building, a 600,000 gallon thermal storage tank, a 600 ton chiller and all associated utilities piping and controls. Sewer Main Line Extension: The project component requires the installation of 15 sewer main from CSUBs south property line along Scarlet Oak Boulevard to Ming Avenue. PREQUALIFICATION DUE DATE/TIME: Friday, December 14, 2012 at 2:00 PM

Start of construction for this 8.5-month project is anticipated to be March, 2013. The Project will be constructed by trade contractors each working under a separate contract or contracts with Rudolph and Sletten, Inc. This procurement is for trade contractors to perform the various bid packages of the project as listed below -Trade (Estimated Cost, License Requirement): Field Engineering ($26,000, n/a), Final Clean ($11,000, D63), Reinforcing Steel ($76,000, C50), Cast-in-Place Concrete ($381,000, B or C8), Cast-in-Place Piles ($61,000, A), Masonry ($537,000, C29), Structural, Misc. Steel & Metal Deck ($563,000, C51), Rough Carpentry ($267,000, B or C5), Finish Carpentry ($61,000, C6), Roong & Waterproong ($210,000, C39), Flashing & Sheet Metal ($257,000, C43), Doors, Frames, & Hardware ($58,000, C5 or C6 or D16 or D28), Overhead Coiling Doors ($63,000, D28), Glass & Glazing ($279,000, C17), Metal Stud Framing & Drywall and ACT ($353,000, C9), Ceramic Tile ($12,000, C15 or C54), Flooring ($3,000, C15), Painting ($74,000, C33), Visual Display Boards ($12,000, B or D34), Signage ($14,000, B or D34), Toilet Compartments & Accessories ($15,000, B or D34), Fire Protection Specialties ($3,000, B or D34), Lockers ($2,000, B or D34), Beam Cranes ($30,000, D21), Projection Screens ($28,000, B or D34), Window Treatments ($41,000, B or D34), Fire Suppression ($67,000, C16), Plumbing ($674,000, C36), HVAC ($2,895,000, C20), TES Tanks ($700,000, A), Electrical ($2,220,000, C10), Earthwork ($360,000, A or C12), AC Paving ($341,000, A or C12), Site Concrete ($306,000, C8 or C12), Fences & Gates ($11,000, C13), Landscape & Irrigation ($219,000, C27), Site Utilities ($1,013,000, A or C34). Prequalication documents are available electronically by sending a request to: RUDOLPH AND SLETTEN, INC., 16851 Hale Avenue, Irvine, CA 92606. Contact: Matt Chadwick Phone: 949-252-1919 Fax: 949-252-1393 Lic. #198069 The successful Bidder will be required to have the appropriate State of California contractors license as listed above, current at the time of submission to Bid, except in the case of a joint venture Bidder that shall be licensed at the time of notice of selection as the apparent lowest responsible Bidder. Condentiality of the information provided will be respected to the extent permitted by law. Response to the Prequalication Questionnaire must be submitted on the forms contained within the Prequalication Questionnaire available at the above address. The successful trade contractors will be required to follow the nondiscrimination requirements set forth in the Bidding Documents and to pay prevailing wage rates in accordance with the current Department of Industrial Relations requirements. Every effort will be made to ensure that all persons have equal access to contracts and other business opportunities with the University within the limits imposed by law or University policy. Each Bidder may be required to show evidence of its equal employment opportunity policy. The University and Rudolph and Sletten, Inc. encourage the participation of Disabled Veteran-owned Business Enterprises (DVBE) and are committed to promote a diverse pool of rms for our building programs. There is a 5.01% DVBE participation goal on this project.