Bids due in 16 days
5/8/19 2:00 pm
City of Quincy Reuse Wastewater Central Facility - Quincy
City of Quincy
The Project installs multiple wastewater pumping systems for the City’s Water Reuse Utility and a neutralization system for the Ultrafiltration (UF) System the City provides that will connect to existing infrastructure. Work will be in the existing Reuse Filter Building and F3 Building and in the Primary Treatment Facility yard and includes: • Demolishing and salvaging existing equipment and material; • Installing the UF neutralization system and associated equipment; • Installing new pumping systems (and all associated equipment) including: Industrial Filtered Effluent, Reuse Wastewater (RWW), UF Feed, UF CIP Waste Transfer, and Neutralization Transfer; • Installing a diesel powered bypass pump and associated piping and appurtenances for bypassing Lift Station No. 2; • Modifying an abandoned clarifier to construct a new wet well for the RWW pumps; • Removing, repairing and replacing a portion of the roof on the F3 Building to allow access for demolishing existing equipment and installing new equipment; • Rehabilitating the F3 Building infrastructure including: sandblasting and recoating of structural steel, replacing roofing screws and gaskets, demolishing and replacing insulation, and demolishing an existing crane; • Modifying existing infrastructure, piping and electrical systems; • Relocating an existing shed and office trailer; • Relocating laboratory equipment and SCADA control system; • Constructing new infrastructure, process mechanical, piping, architectural, structural, plumbing, building mechanical, electrical and instrumentation & control system components and equipment. • Site modifications including construction of new equipment, new transformer, above-grade and below-grade utilities.
Bids due in 15 days
5/7/19 3:00 pm
LLSWD South Liberty Drive Water Main Replacement and Repaving - ARI
Century West Engineering
Liberty Lake, WA
The base bid work generally consists of constructing approximately 3,300 feet of 8-inch ductile iron water line, valves, service lines, new fire hydrants, surface restoration, asphalt paving and related appurtenances.
Bids due in 21 days
5/13/19 2:00 pm
Well Division #10 Drilling Project 2019 - Othello
City of Othello
This project consists of drilling a 20-inch diameter municipal well into the Wanapum Basalt Formation, developing, and pump testing the well.
Bids due in 16 days
5/8/19 10:45 am
Elk Chattaroy Bridge #4901 (CRP No. 3237) and Elk Chattaroy Road (CRP No. 3242) - Spokane County
County Road Project No. 3237 This work provides for the improvement of the Elk Chattaroy Road Bridge No. 4901 located in Section 17 in Township 29 N. Range44 E.W.M. by the rehabilitation of the concrete deck by hydrodemolishing the existing slab to a minimum depth of 3 inches, replacing the top reinforcing steel with epoxy coated reinforcement and placing a concrete Class 4000D overlay as detailed In the plans. The asphalt approaches will be raised to match the new deck elevation. Included are; scarifying concrete surface, concrete class 4000D for concrete overlay, temporary shoring, epoxycoated steel reinf. for bridge, CSBC, HMA and other work all in accordance with the attached Contract Plans, these Contract Provisions, and the Standard Specifications. County Road Project No. 3242 This work provides for the improvement of the Elk Chattaroy Road located in Section 17 in Township 29 N. Range44 E.W.M. by the removal of the existing bridge approaches and construction of a structural earth wall at each end of the bridge and placement of rip rap. The project is located within the limits of CRP-3237. Included are clearing and grubbing, structural excavation, structural earth wall, rip rap, removing and resetting permanent barrier and other work all in accordance with the attached Contract Plans, these Contract Provisions, and the Standard Specifications.
Bids due in 16 days
5/8/19 2:00 pm
YHA Veterans Supportive Housing & Services Center (Sub-Bids - Walker Construction)
Walker Construction, Inc.
Work of the Project includes the remodel of an existing one-story Marine Reserve Armory building and the construction of new two-story apartment buildings and townhomes: 1. The existing Armory Building is a one-story concrete masonry building. It will be remodeled to include fourteen studio apartment units, common space, office space and space for a medical clinic. 2. The apartment buildings and townhomes will be wood framed construction. 3. The project will include site work as shown on Architectural, Landscape and Civil plans. The site work will include a new road, pedestrian paths, landscaping and below grade storm water infiltration structures. 4. Fire protection piping shown on the Civil plans is shown for the purpose of coordination with other utilities. This portion of the site utility and interior mechanical systems is not covered by the building permit. The design and installation of this system is the responsibility of the General Contractor and Fire Protection subcontractor, who shall provide the design and licensure required by the City of Yakima and the Yakima Fire Department to install this system, exterior and interior parts. 5. Existing gas service piping up to and including the meter will be retained and re-used. 6. Street Improvement work is required adjacent to the site as shown on Civil plans and street improvement plans. 7. The land and facilities adjacent to this project are not part of this work and are not available to this contractor or sub-contractors for any purpose except to construct the work shown. Use of adjacent property for construction purposes, if any, and the written approval of those property owners is the responsibility of the Contractor(s). 8. See Division 00, Supplemental Conditions, for delineation of permit responsibilities. 9. The site has not been excavated or remediated. Hazardous materials and contaminated soils are present on site per the Phase 2 Environmental Assessment produced by Fulcrum Environmental Consulting. All contaminated soils will be remediated on site.
Bids due in 9 days
5/1/19 1:00 pm
Twisp Sports Complex Renovation - Twisp
Robert W. Droll, Landscape Architect
Work generally consists of construction of one new soccer field, one new baseball field, crushed rock paths and limited parking to include approximately 3700 cubic yards of clearing and grubbing with on-site disposal, 3000 cubic yards of mass grading, 380 tons of Infield Mix, one Backstop, two Dugouts, cement concrete curb & pavements, fencing, sports field irrigation, seeding, and miscellaneous improvements.
Bids due in 23 days
5/15/19 2:30 pm
Kahlotus School District - Steam Piping Project - Kahlotus
Visscher Consulting LLC
Replacement of the steam supply, condensate return, and condensate discharge piping; branch supply and return piping to the point of connection to the radiator fin tubes and unit ventilators; valves, expansion joints, condensate traps, drip traps, sumps, and pumps.
Bids due in 15 days
5/7/19 3:00 pm
Harrison Middle School Interior Upgrades - Sunnyside
Loofburrow Wetch Architects
Sealed Bids for Base Bids and Alternate Bids for Harrison Middle School Interior Upgrades will be received by the Sunnyside School District Board of Directors no later than 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 7, 2019, at the Denny Blaine Conference Room, 810 East Custer (corner of 9th and Custer), Sunnyside, WA 98944.
Bids due in 31 days
5/23/19 3:00 pm
RFQ - GCCM for Klickitat Valley Health New Bold Vision 20/20 Addition - Goldendale
Klickitat Valley Health
The KVH Bold Vision 20/20 Project is intended to add additional acute care swing beds and replace the existing surgery suites, dietary department and associated support and administrative areas with a two level 24,000 SF addition and generally upgrade service capacity and capability in a building designed to follow today’s codes and support the community’s healthcare needs. The site will be improved as well with new parking and vehicle entry to the main Hospital.
Bids due in 7 days
4/29/19 4:00 pm
RFQ - GCCM for Construction of New Seasonal Farmworker Housing - Granger
The construction of the new seasonal farmworker housing will be the second phase of an existing seasonal farmworker development, located at 250 Cherry Hill Road, Granger, Washington. The site is currently undergoing a lot line adjustment to become 1.48 acres. This phase will be the second of three total phases. The proposed phase two is funded by the Washington State Department of Commerce, Housing Trust Fund (WA HTF) and private debt. The selected contractor will need to comply with WA HTF, Evergreen Sustainable Design Standards (ESDS). The newly constructed units will house low-income seasonal farmworkers and will need to comply with Washington State Department of Health Temporary Worker Construction Standards. The proposed site will consist of three buildings, and four units. Two of the units will consist of eight (8) two-person rooms and two of the units will consist of six (6) four-person rooms. The third building will consist of office, laundry and common space. The lot line adjustment creating the new 1.48-acre parcel is not yet complete, however, the parent parcel is 21102223423 and is zoned properly as C-1, suitable for seasonal farmworker housing.