Victorville seeking bids for soccer lighting

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Hook Junior High

VICTORVILLE – The city of Victorville is seeking an architectural or engineering firm to design a set of electrical plans for the installation of new soccer field lighting at Hook Junior High School. The new MUSCO sports lighting system uses customized optics to direct light with precision without creating glare or disruptive skyglow for the surrounding neighborhood.

The design plans will support the installation of five (5) new MUSCO light poles and light fixtures and incorporate using an existing cell tower as the sixth light pole. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on March 22, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. at Hook Park, 14973 Joshua Street, with a site job walk to follow. 

Bids will be evaluated based on the following criteria:

  • Cost proposal 
  • Qualifications and experience 
  • Proposed approach, including clarity of understanding and appropriateness of the scope of services to be provided 
  • Timeline for start and completion of the proposed services with a preference to completing the plans, and any required revisions, as soon as practicable 
  • References 

MUSCO Lighting will provide the electrical and structural plans associated with the lighting fixtures, light poles, and control equipment, but these plans will not clarify the remaining scope beyond the fixtures themselves.

Sealed Proposals must be received by the Finance of the City of Victorville at 14343 Civic Drive, Victorville by 2:00 p.m. on April 11, 2022. The award of the contract – if awarded, will be made within 45 days after opening of the proposals. 

To view the complete bid click HERE.

For more bids from the city of Victorville visit https://www.victorvilleca.gov/government/city-departments/administrative-services/finance/purchasing/bids

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