AGRICULTURE > FOREST SERVICE
Place of Performance:
Within 50 miles of U.S. 85, Ludlow, SD 57755, USA
Teaming Partner Requirements
237990 Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction
General Details on this Teaming Opportunity
Work shall consist of construction survey and staking, the consolidation of mine wastes, reclamation of disturbed areas, and road improvements within the Riley Pass Uranium Mines Site, near Ludlow, SD. For purposes of this project, the Site includes Bluff I1 (including Bluffs I1-1, I1-2, I1-3, I1-4), I3-1 (including Spoils E), and Bluff F (including Bluffs F1 & F2). The Site also includes a borrow area, a repository area, access roads, and fence locations. The Site is located in the North Cave Hills land unit of the Custer National Forest in Harding County, South Dakota. Bluff I1, I3, and F are located in Sections 35 and 36, Township 22 North, Range 5 East, Black Hills Meridian. The Site is approximately 100 miles north of Belle Fourche, South Dakota, 25 miles north of Buffalo, South Dakota, and 30 miles south of Bowman, North Dakota. The nearest town is Ludlow, South Dakota, which is approximately 5 miles to the east. The Site can be accessed by turning west off of U.S. Highway 85 onto the Tufte Road, 2 miles north of Ludlow; then turning left on the Riley Pass Road which turns into Forest Service Road (FSR) #3120 at the National Forest boundary. The main access roads within the Forest boundary are Forest Service Roads #3120 and #3130. OSHA Certification. The Contractor shall provide written documentation that the onsite project manager and all other employees engaged in the work has received the Occupational Safety and Health Administration 40 hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) Training required under 29 CFR 1910.120. The Contractor must provide copies of certifications, including annual refresher training certifications, prior to issuance of notice to proceed which is estimated to be issued 14 days after award. The Contractor shall utilize only onsite personnel that have completed HAZWOPER training when work is being performed. The Contractor assumes full and sole responsibility for the means and methods necessary to complete the work in accordance with the project specifications. Conventional construction equipment and techniques may not always be appropriate for this project, and the Contractor shall consider these factors when preparing the bid and planning and scheduling the work.
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