AGRICULTURE > FOREST SERVICE
Place of Performance:
Within 50 miles of 206 N Emerson St, Chelan, WA 98816, USA
Teaming Partner Requirements
237990 Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction
General Details on this Teaming Opportunity
The U.S. Forest Service, Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest servicing Region 6 has a requirement to complete shoreline erosion control treatments at two sites on the north shoreline of Lake Chelan in Chelan County, Washington. Construction consists of furnishing and installing special rock embankment, large woody debris, erosion control products as well as other incidental items in a variety of configurations called treatments at locations staked on the ground by the Government prior to commencing work. This work is being done to fulfill the requirements of an Article (1) Forest Service Erosion Control Plan to the license issued by the United States of America Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to Public Utility District No. 1 of Chelan County (Chelan PUD) for Lake Chelan Hydroelectric Project No. 637-041 located on the Chelan River near the city of Chelan, Washington.The proposed Lake Chelan Shoreline Erosion Control Phase 5 work is located at two sites on the north shoreline of Lake Chelan on the Lake Chelan Ranger District of the Okanogan and Wenatchee National Forest. The primary access to this site is by boat or barge. The Lady of the Lake private commercial ferry does not have scheduled stops at Lucerne Campground or at Lucerne Guard Station. The boat ramp nearest the project sites is located at Twentyfive Mile Creek State Park. Other boat ramps are available at Shrine Beach, Lake Chelan State Park, Chelan Riverwalk Park, Old Mill Park and Lake Shore Marina.
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