DHR Posting: Proposed Expedited Personal Services Contracts


The following expedited Personal Services Contracts (”PSCs”) have been submitted for review and approval by the Department of Human Resources (“DHR”). In accordance with Civil Service Commission policy, protests of proposed expedited PSCs must be emailed to DHR-PSCCoordinator@sfgov.org by close of business on the 7th day of posting. If you have any questions, please contact DHR at (415) 557-4842
PSC No Dept Designation Dept Description Amount Description of Work PSC Estimated Start Date PSC Estimated End Date
31526 - 20/21 REC RECREATION AND PARK COMMISSION $48,000

The scope of work in this project consists of utilizing advanced technology vehicles and carts with cameras, high grade GPS and data storage devices to collect detailed distress data throughout the pathways, sidewalks, and roadways in Golden Gate Park and McLaren Park. The approach uses a weighted failures scheme per linear distance for a given pathway or roadway segment. Individual failure or feature types are provided in GIS and given various weightings depending on their contribution to perceived pathway condition. The results are then analyzed by trained technicians to be fed into a sidewalk management software to develop maintenance and capital budget recommendations.

Once the assessment is complete, this data will be added into the City’s deferred maintenance database to help identify where to focus future capital investments and maintenance operations.

February 15, 2021 May 15, 2021
38724 - 20/21 PUC PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION $29,000

The purchase, assembly and installation of one (1) 10 foot x 20 foot storage shed at the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission’s Sunol Valley Water Treatment Plant (SVWTP) in a pre-designated and prepped location on the work-site. The shed will be equipped with a wall-mount air conditioner and will have fluorescent lighting as well as 110v electrical outlets. The storage shed will not be secured or mounted to the prepped location in any way. This $29,000 request represents $22,000 of equipment cost for the storage shed and $7,000 for assembly and installation services.

January 1, 2021 July 3, 2021
37479 - 20/21 PUC PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION $100,000

Scope of Work
1. Perform an initial conditions assessment of SFPUC primary switchgear (such as located at Griffith Street and Crisp Road in San Francisco).
2. Perform commissioning tests on switchgear pursuant to PG&E Utility Bulletin TD-2999B-030 for all required primary switchgear tests and requirements.
3. Where any deficiencies are discovered as a result of any commissioning tests, notify and advise SFPUC of any corrective action that must occur prior to any further testing.
4. If the testing is successful and no deficiency is found, prepare and submit a final primary switchgear commissioning report presenting the test results to PG&E (through SFPUC).
5. Prepare and complete all required commissioning forms pursuant to PG&E Utility Bulletin TD-2999B-030.
6. Perform protective device studies and submit time coordination curves and reports to PG&E (through SFPUC) as required. Device settings and SKM files from previous studies will be provided.
7. Coordinate timelines and schedules with SFPUC. Assist SFPUC in responding to PG&E requests and inquiries as they arise.
8. Provide digital copies of all test reports, protective device studies, and modified SKM files to SFPUC after completion of work.

March 1, 2021 February 28, 2026
30488 - 20/21 PUC PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION $55,000

Scope of work is to deliver and install 7 new laboratory-grade refrigeration units at the Millbrae Laboratory; On the day(s) of delivery, vendor will remove existing (old) refrigeration units, install and ensure full-functionality of the new units, then dispose of the old refrigeration units in a manner consistent with state, local and federal standards. This $55,000 request consists of $50,000 of equipment cost for the new refrigerators and $5,000 for delivery, installation, removal, and disposal services.

December 17, 2020 June 30, 2021