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Bids due in 17 days
4/29/21 2:00 pm
EWU - Install New Boiler
Eastern Washington University
Cheney, WA
The project generally consists of the removal and replacement of the decommissioned steam boiler, B-3, and installation of a new 40,000 pph rated steam boiler, at the EWU Rozell Central Energy Plant, including, but not limited to, the demolition & removal of major elements of the existing plant systems, installation of a new industrial water tube steam boiler and associated controls, the installation of new, and modification of existing, steam plant piping systems, as well associated controls. The project includes the replacement and upgrade of several major pieces of electrical equipment and power services associated with the boiler plant. The project also includes other miscellaneous and incidental mechanical, plumbing, electrical, structural, architectural, roofing and site work associated with the primary boiler replacement work.
Bids due in 21 days
5/3/21 2:00 pm
Main Booster Pump Station Improvements
RH2 Engineering Inc.
East Wenatchee, WA
The project consists of the replacement of the electrical gear for the Main Booster Pumping Plant. The project also consists of enclosing the existing electrical gear area of the pumping plant to create a separate electrical room within the pumping plant.
Bids due in 11 days
4/23/21 11:00 am
East GA Apron Rehabilitation
J-U-B Engineers
Yakima, WA
The project consists of, but is not limited to, the rehabilitation of the East General Aviation (GA) Apron (approximately 29,400 square yards) at the Yakima Air Terminal – McAllister Field, Yakima, WA, which includes removal of asphalt concrete pavement, removal of existing aircraft tiedowns, pavement milling/profiling, limited excavation, subgrade preparation; crushed aggregate base course, bituminous surfacing; electrical and lighting modifications to include apron lighting, installation of aircraft tiedowns, and striping.
Bids due in 30 days
5/12/21 3:00 pm
CSML Food Bank & Distribution Center
ZBA Architecture
Moses Lake
In general, the work consists of the construction of a new distribution, office, and warehousing facility. Components of work include, but are not limited to; concrete work; pre-engineered metal building systems, wood stud partition framing, metal stud soffit framing, building insulation, metal roofing and wall panels, hollow metal doors and frames; wood doors, aluminum storefront systems; overhead sectional doors; glazing, door hardware; gypsum board; various interior floor, wall, and ceiling finishes; painting; edge-of-dock levelers; HVAC systems, plumbing systems, electrical power and lighting systems. Site work generally consists of utility work; rough and finish grading; asphalt and concrete paving; fencing and gates; site lighting; landscaping and irrigation.
Bids due in 17 days
4/29/21 3:00 pm
Early Learning Center Playground Improvements Bellevue College
Miller Hayashi Architects
Work of this Contract includes improvements to reconfigure the outdoor playground spaces located at the Early Learning Center on the Bellevue College campus. Work includes demolition and replacement of playground equipment, paving, and playground surfacing. Work also involves construction of a canopy structure and installation of Owner supplied equipment.
Bids due in 10 days
4/22/21 5:00 pm
L&I Parking Lot Preservation
KPFF Consulting Engineers
View the full solicitation on the owner agent's website. <u><a href="">Department of Enterprise Services</a></u>
Bids due in 17 days
4/29/21 2:00 pm
Water System Improvements Phase I
TD&H Engineering, Inc.
The project consists of construction of approximately 11,700 linear feet of water main, 17 fire hydrants, 100 service connections with new water meters, 3 sampling stations, 3,950 square yards of HMA, 2,385 square yards of landscape restoration, installation of a new SCADA system, and other related miscellaneous items. Bid Alternate B-1 – installation of approximately 530 linear feet of water main, 1 fire hydrant, and 2 service connections with new meters along Brown St. Bid Alternate B-2 – installation of approximately 370 linear feet of water main and 3 service connections with new meters along Fifth St. Bid Alternate B-3 - installation of approximately 780 linear feet of water main, 1 fire hydrant, and 6 service connections with new meters along Jackson St from 3rd St to 5th St. Bid Alternate B-4 - installation of approximately 885 linear feet of water main along Jackson St from 5th St to 7th St. Bid Alternate C-1 - installation of approximately 1,950 linear feet of water main, 2 fire hydrant, 1 sampling station, and 37 service connections with new meters along Steptoe Ave.
Bids due in 25 days
5/7/21 2:00 pm
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WWTP Improvements Phase 1 (Re-bid)
City of Pasco Public Works
Project No. 19072 , Washington State Department of Ecology No. 2021-00020 - This project consists of improvements and modifications to the City’s existing municipal wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) which includes furnishing all labor, materials and equipment necessary for the construction of new primary effluent structures and piping, two new aeration basins, alterations to two existing aeration basins, a blower building expansion, addition of two new blowers, modifications to two existing blowers, RAS pump system distribution improvements, a new effluent flowmeter facility, approximately 1,150 feet of new 42-inch diameter outfall piping, new primary power switchgear, associated electrical and control systems, associated site work and yard piping, and other appurtenances as necessary to complete the Project. The WWTP improvements also include the demolition of the existing trickling filter and select items.
Bids due in 31 days
5/13/21 2:00 pm
Water Tank No. 3 Construction, 2021
James A. Sewell and Associates
Spirit Lake
Project consists of constructing a new 500,000-gallon water tank. The water tank will be located at the City’s utility lot at Van Buren St. and 14th Ave.
Bids due in 11 days
4/23/21 12:00 pm
Main Ave. Seal Coat & ADA Ramps
Varela Engineering & Management
Project # 127-38: This project will provide ADA ramp updates in the city’s downtown central business district, adjacent to the planned county chip seal on Main Avenue, and includes the following: • Removal and replacement of 22 ADA curb ramps with associated sidewalk, curbing, and asphalt repairs • Installation of approximately 35 SY of asphalt pavement • Approximately 500 SY of asphalt repair and 870 SY of prelevel