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Kemp Bros. Construction, Inc.

is seeking certified and qualified DBE, DVBE, Los Angeles County LSBE and SBE subcontractors and/or suppliers to provide concrete, rebar, cabinets, insulation, roofing, doors, frames and hardware, tile, acoustical ceilings, tackable wall surfaces, flooring, painting, markerboards, signage, mobile storage shelving and window treatment


Burroughs Middle School Bid #8 (Bldg Q1 & Q2)


Not Available


Los Angeles Unified School District


600 S. McCadden Place, Los Angeles, CA, 90005


09-19-2023 at 02:00 PM


Sally Truong




Not Available


10135 Geary Avenue, Santa Fe Springs, CA, 90670


Summary of Work: Bldg Q1 & Q2 

Bldg Q1 (4,800 sf) & Bldg Q2 (4,200 sf) are two new single-story buildings located in the central portion of the main Quad. It contains the Maker Space, Flexible Drama Room. Instrumental Music Room, and support spaces. 

Liquidated Damages: $5000.00 Per Calendar Day


All Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire Protection, and Abatement subcontractors must be prequalified with LAUSD. Subcontractors that intend to bid as a first-tier subcontractor with the following license classifications must be prequalified: A, B, C-4, C-7, C-10, C-16, C-20, C-34, C-36, C-38, C-42, C-43, and/or C-46.   

Insurance Requirements: OCIP

Project Labor Specifics: PSA, Prevailing Wage, Certified Payroll and Local Hire

Local Hire Participation 50%

DVBE Participation:     5%

SBE Participation:       25 %

RFI Questions and Bid Proposals can be emailed to

Kemp Bros, Construction Inc. is signatory to the Carpenters Union. Subcontractors who utilize Carpenters must also be signatory to the Carpenters Union.



KEMP BROS. CONSTRUCTION, INC. (KBCI) may require all subcontractors bidding on projects to provide payment and performance bonds in the amount of 100% of the subcontract value. KBCI will assist with the bond premium up to 1.5% of the original contract amount for the duration of the project. KBCI may waive the bond requirement at its sole discretion. The payment and performance bonds must be issued by an admitted surety within ten (10) business days of the receipt of the Subcontract Agreement from KBCI. KBCI shall be named the obligee and shall guarantee prompt and faithful performance of the subcontract scope of work and the payment of all claims for labor and materials furnished or used in and about the work to be done and performed under the subcontract agreement. When so requested, failure by the Subcontractor to provide the requested 100% payment and performance bonds within the time allowed may be reason for KBCI to request substitution of the Subcontractor in accordance with Section 4107 of the Public Contracting Code.


KEMP BROS. CONSTRUCTION, INC.’s listing of a subcontractor is not an acceptance of any or all of that subcontractor’s conditions, qualifications, exclusions or exceptions included in the subcontractor’s bid proposal. The subcontractor agrees that its bid will remain valid for the same period of time that KBCI’s bid must remain valid with the owner, as specified in the project’s specifications. Each listed subcontractor must execute KBCI’s standard subcontract agreement if KBCI is awarded the project; the standard subcontract is available for review on KBCI’s website. KBCI is currently using Textura® as its internet based construction invoicing and payment solution. With Textura® subcontractors can electronically sign and submit pay applications - including invoices, sworn statements, and conditional and/or unconditional lien waivers. It is assumed that any costs for the use of Textura® incurred by the subcontractor(s) are included in the subcontractor’s bid proposal at the time of the bid.

If the project is subject to a Project Labor Agreement or Project Stabilization Agreement, Subcontractor, by submitting a bid proposal, acknowledges the requirements of such agreements and further agrees to adhere to all of the requirements therein as provided in the bid documents’ General Conditions and Supplemental Conditions.

As of June 20, 2014 the State of California passed a law that requires all contractors bidding or working on ANY public works project to register with the State Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) and pay an annual registration fee. Starting March 1, 2015, any contractor bidding on a public works project must be registered with the DIR in order for their bid to be deemed responsive. As of April 1, 2015, all contractors awarded a public works contract must be registered with the DIR. Subcontractors providing bids or work without DIR registration will result in a DIR penalty.


Non-price terms included in competitive bids at bid time, may cause your bid to be rejected as non-responsive.  Kemp Bros Construction, Inc. will not accept any provisions or qualifications in subcontractor bids that are not in the bid documents. By submitting a bid on this project, Subcontractor acknowledges that Kemp Bros Construction, Inc. is relying on the price terms of your bid and that any non-price terms contrary to or in addition to the provisions in the bid documents are null and void. 

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