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PURPOSE OF THE REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL IS FOR MECHANICAL, PLUMBING WINDOW and INSULATION/ATTIC VENTIALATION CONTRACTORS TO PERFORM THE WORK LISTED BELOW FOR SPECTRUM COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC (SCS).

You may submit a proposal for one or more of the following specialty areas:

 SPECIATY CONTRACTORS:

 MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS

  • Assess, repair and replace furnaces, and equipment related to these
  • Provide parts and supplies for the repair and replacement furnaces and equipment related to these
  • Submit separate proposals for each new replacement for the following:
    1. 35k wall furnace
    2. 50k wall furnace
    3. 60,000 BTU 80% and 96% FAU’s
    4. 80,000 BTU 80% and 96% FAU’s

 Include all venting (flue pipe, wall caps and roof jacks) for each appliance.

 PLUMBING CONTRACTORS

  • Assess, repair and replace hot water heaters and equipment related to these items
  • Provide parts and supplies for the repair and replacement of hot water heaters, and equipment related to these
  • Submit separate proposals for each new replacement for the following:
  1. 30 Gallon water heater
  2. 40 gallon water heater
  3. 50 gallon water heater

Include all venting (flue pipe, wall caps and roof jacks) for each appliance.

INSULATION/ATTIC VENTILATION CONTRACTORS

  • Insulate attics, floors and walls and attic ventilation in single family and multifamily dwellings.
  • Contractor to provide parts and supplies for the installation of insulation and ventilation for the following:
  • Submit separate proposals for each new replacement for the following: 1. 1000 sq. ft. of: (R-11)
  1. 2. 1000 sq. ft. of (R-19)
  2. 1000 sq. ft. of (R-38)
  3. 1000 sq. ft. of (R-30)

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Every weekday around noon at the Downtown Oakland Senior Center, elderly people who want a nutritious meal can come get one in the cafeteria for $3.75, or however much they can afford. The lunches are brought to the center by volunteers and staff members from Spectrum Community Services, a nonprofit which assists low-income families and seniors. Around 20 people will come to any given meal, and there are a lot of regulars, according to Juan Sosa, who checks people in at the meals. Sosa says that earlier in the week, a man who comes regularly turned 100, and everyone enjoyed a birthday cake.

Sosa’s photo of the 100-year old man on his birthday at the Downtown Oakland Senior Center meal, with his plates of finished food in front of him.

Each meal is planned by a registered dietician, and includes foods like tomato Florentine soup, Brussels sprouts, whole wheat pasta and salmon in a lemon caper sauce. Each meal comes with milk, and there’s always a chef salad (even a vegetarian version) if people don’t want the meal of the day. 

On a recent Friday, a table of regulars, some of whom know each other from playing bridge on afternoons during the week, are eating a Moroccan chicken dish with brown rice, salad and pineapple. They are happy to chat. “I like the meals because I think they’re good for us,” says Jean Mundy. “They have protein, carbohydrates and minerals.”

“There’s something about cooking for one person,” she continues. “It’s hard to cook well for one person. This helps us—it’s social eating with other people.”

There's always work to be done, but we wanted to take a moment to say...

THANK YOU SO MUCH!