- AGRICULTURE > FOREST SERVICE
Place of Performance:
- Within 50 miles of 343 Goose Prairie Ln, Snoqualmie National Forest, Goose Prairie, WA 98937, USA
Teaming Partner Requirements
- Small Business
- 237310 Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction
General Details on this Teaming Opportunity
The U.S. Forest Service, Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest servicing Region 6 has a requirement for repairing the shoulder of Forest Service Road (FSR) 1900 at mile post 5.0 and replacing a corrugated metal pipe with a Government provided 24' concrete bottomless box culvert at mile post 6.0. The eroded shoulder repair involves constructing a coffer dam up stream of the project and diverting the flow of the Little Naches River into a historic overflow channel. The shoulder will be reconstructed using rip rap and large logs placed within the rip rap. Rip rap will be loaded and hauled from a Forest Service borrow pit near the project location. The work will include removing 8 large trees with root wads attached marked by the Engineer and transporting the trees with the root wad attached to the project location. In addition trees and root wads from the 1904 borrow pit will be hauled to the project site. The work also consists of removing the road surfacing from a 140' full width section of FSR 1900 at MP 5.0. The eroded base course and asphalt surfacing will also be replaced. The jersey barriers located at the MP 5.0 site will be transported to the Chinook Pass work center. The second project location is at MP 6.0 on FSR1900, the work involves removing the existing structures, an 18" and 48" CMP and setting the Government supplied precast concrete bottomless box culvert (24'Wx24'Lx 10'D) and footings. The work includes removing the existing surfacing and replacing it with asphalt. The work also includes placing rocks and gravel inside the culvert to simulate the stream above and below it. Dewatering the site to prevent sediment delivery to the Little Naches River will be required. Contractor shall furnish all labor, materials, equipment, tools, transportation, and supplies, incidental supplies necessary to perform all work described in accordance with drawings and specifications of the contract. Contractor will be paid for actual work performed. The Contractor shall utilize products and materials that promote energy conservation, pollution prevention, waste reduction, use of recovered materials, that are environmentally preferable, and are made from bio based materials (e.g. insulating foam, composite panels, concrete with fly ash, wood and concrete sealers) to the maximum extent possible without jeopardizing the intended end use or detracting from the overall quality delivered. The Contractor shall assume all risk, loss, damage, or expense arising out of prosecution of the work, except as otherwise provided in the contract.
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