Fanno Creek Trail Improvements at Scholls Ferry Road
|Project #:||7097 (ITB)|
|Category:||Invitation to Bid|
|Department:||Natural Systems Enhancement and Stewardship|
|Issued by:||Clean Water Services Visit Website|
|Publish Date:||Jul 7, 2021 2:00PM|
|Bids Due Date:||Jul 22, 2021 2:00PM (Pacific Standard Time)|
|Posted:||Jun 14, 2021|
This solicitation has the following line items for you to bid on:
|Item||Unit of Measure||Quantity||Required?|
|(S-15) Mobilization [5%]||LS||1.00|
|(S-16) Temporary Traffic Control||LS||1.00|
|(S-18) Construction Survey Work||LS||1.00|
|(S-19) Sediment Barrier||LF||200.00|
|(S-19) Construction Fence||LF||200.00|
|(S-19) Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasures||LS||1.00|
|(S-19) Permanent Seeding||SY||30.00|
|(S-19) Erosion Control Matting||SY||30.00|
|(S-19) Miscellaneous Erosion Control||LS||1.00|
|(S-20) Turbidity Monitoring||LS||1.00|
|(S-21) Aquatic Salvage||LS||1.00|
|(S-21) Stream Diversion||LS||1.00|
|(S-24) General Excavation||LS||1.00|
|(S-26) Structure Excavation and Backfill||LS||1.00|
|(S-27) Concrete Walk and Curb||LS||1.00|
|(S-28) Transverse Rumble Strips||LS||1.00|
|(S-28) Permanent Signage||LS||1.00|
|(S-28) Type CL-4 Chain Link Fence||LF||135.00|
|(S-29) Reinforcement, Grade 60||LS||1.00|
|(S-29) General Structural Concrete, Class 3300||LS||1.00|
|(S-35) Predetermined Contingency [$20,000]||LS||1.00|
For Questions or Additional Information, Contact:
The pre-bid conference will be held as a virtual meeting on July 9, 2021 at 3:30 p.m. Bidders may join the meeting by using this Microsoft Teams meeting link: Pre-Bid Meeting
All bidders must attend this meeting. Representations and statements made by District representatives at the pre-bid conference are not binding on District unless confirmed in writing. District reserves the right to reject the bid of any bidder who fails to attend the meeting.
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We are a water resources management utility that combines science and nature to clean water and return it to the Tualatin River, so it can be used again.
We work in partnership with others to safeguard the river’s health and vitality, ensure the economic success of our region, and protect public health for over 600,000 residents and businesses in urban Washington County.
In the 50 years since Clean Water Services was formed, the community's investment has paid off for the Tualatin River, our community and our ratepayers. The river is healthier today than it has been in generations, valued for its natural beauty, recreational opportunities and wildlife habitat.
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