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Saltwater Distribution Line Replacement

Project location: Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Bremerton

Solicitation Number: N44255-16-R-7000 on FBO

Prime: Garney Construction

Submit subbids and questions to: federalbids@garney.com ASAP!

The project scope is to replace a saltwater distribution line that runs along the piers and shore at the shipyard.  We are looking for small businesses for the following services:

  • Hydrographic surveys
  • Environmental engineering
  • Enviro/geotechnical services
  • Commercial diving
  • Quality control diving
  • Water treatment
  • Asbestos abatement
  • Safety supplies
  • Paving (black asphalt)
  • Trailer rental

New process simplifies professional services State contracts

“The new process ensures talent from the rapidly evolving professional services market is available for use: Lists are refreshed regularly, so purchasers can choose from viable, up-to-date talent pools instead of static lists. Rather than going through a lengthy and complicated solicitation process, vendors can be placed on a prequalified list to provide Lean consulting services by completing a simple program agreement.”

[Read More on the Department of Enterprise Services blog]

North Meyers Road Bridge

Prime: Kiewit Infrastructure West Co

Project: North Meyers Road Bridge No 485 Replacement Project

Subcontractor quotes due: February 23, 2016 @ 4:00 pm

Contact Greg Thiemens for a Kiewit SmartBidNet Invitation to Bid where plans and Specifications are available for download – greg.thiemens@kiewit.com or via phone (360) 693-1478 Read more

Charleston Base ECO-Lift Project

Project: Charleston Base ECO-Lift Project | IFB KT #16-530

Owner: Kitsap Transit

Due Date: NO LATER THAN 2:00 P.M. February 4th, 2016

A pre-bid walk-through of the Project will be offered at 10:00 AM on January 21st, 2016 at the Kitsap Transit’s Charleston Base, 200 Charleston Blvd, Bremerton, WA 98312. Bidders are encouraged to attend.

 

Late bids will be rejected.  Bids may be received by mail, courier or hand-delivered.  Fax or emailed bids will NOT be accepted. The Work, to be performed within 60 working days from the date of Notice to Proceed, consists of demolishing existing rotary lift equipment, site preparation, and installation of new ECO-Lifts.  Three (3) ECO-Lifts will be procured by Kitsap Transit from a third party vendor (Lift Logic), who will be responsible for installation, commissioning, and training.  Under a separate contract for general construction, the demolition and site preparation will include: Special Shoring, Slab Demolition and Excavation for Pits, Eco-Lift Pit Preparation (wall, slab, and steel fabrication), Minor Soil Backfill, Haul of Excess Soil, Fine Grading, Fill, and Conduits for Wire. The estimated price range is between $160,000 and $180,000. Read more

Tacoma Trestle Track & Signal Project

Washington PTAC received Invitation to Bid information from multiple prime contractors, please see full details below and contact a PTAC for help responding.

Project: Tacoma Trestle Track & Signal Project (Sound Transit Project No. CN 0019-15)

Owner: Sound Transit

Prime: Kiewit Infrastructure West Co & PCL Construction & Flatiron Corp Read more

SBA seeks comments on WOSB certification process

By Chuck Schadl, on Georgia Tech PTAC’s Blog

The Small Business Administration (SBA) released an advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPR) on Friday, December 18, 2015, which would change the certification process for the Women Owned Small Business (WOSB) Program.  Public comments on SBA’s new rules are due not later than February 16, 2016.

Background

In the 2015 version of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), Congress directed the SBA to end self-certification for WOSBs and EDWOSBs and take on a formal certification process.  Section 825 of the 2015 NDAA specifically authorizes certification by a federal agency, a State government, SBA, or a national certifying entity approved by SBA.  In the ANPR, the SBA is seeking comments on how to best implement this Congressional directive.  In essence, the SBA is requesting the public to suggest the most appropriate way to structure the WOSB/EDWOSB certification process before SBA engages in a formal rulemaking process. Read more