Doolittle Landfill Flare System Upgrades and Replacements

The City of Alameda (Owner) invites proposals for the Doolittle Landfill Flare System Upgrades and Replacements project.  

The Landfill is an inactive, closed, and permitted Class III solid waste disposal site located in the City of Alameda at the northeastern extent of Bay Farm Island adjacent to San Leandro Bay. The landfill is approximately 40 acres and is bounded on the north by San Leandro Bay, on the South and West by Doolittle drive, and on the east by Doolittle pond.

A landfill gas recovery and flaring system is in place at the facility. The system is permitted, fully operational and receives strict regulatory oversight by various Authorities Having Jurisdiction.

The purpose of this contract is to provide all labor and material necessary to repair and replace infrastructure for the collection and destruction of methane gas from the closed Doolittle Landfill site. The Contractor shall be responsible for administering, coordinating, satisfying, and completing all permit requirements as part of the scope of service.

Proposers shall submit a Portable Document File (PDF) proposal via email only with the following in the subject line of that email: “City of Alameda - Doolittle Landfill Flare System Upgrades and Replacements”. Proposals shall be submitted to: Ricardo De La Torre, Project Manager Proposals must be received by 2:00 PM on November 9, 2023. Electronic proposals submitted past this deadline will not be considered. The City assumes no responsibility for delays caused by delivery service. Postmarking by the due date will not substitute for actual receipt.

Please direct any Project questions to Ricardo De La Torre, 

Deadline to submit questions via email is Wednesday November 1, 2023 at 5:00 PM.

Mandatory On-Site Prebid: 10:00 AM on October 30, 2023

Download Request for Proposal here(PDF, 12MB)

Download Addendum No.1 here(PDF, 159KB)

Download Prebid Sign-In Sheet here(PDF, 675KB)