Fish Passage Project, Bellingham WA
Fish Passage Project
Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT)
Request for Bids
I-5 & SR 548 Tributaries to California Creek Fish Passage Project
Information form: PDF
Granite Construction requests quotes from subcontractors and suppliers, including Disadvantaged Business Enterprises and Underutilized Disadvantaged Business Enterprises listed and certified by the OMWBE Directory for the I-5 & SR 548 Tributaries to California Creek Fish Passage Project in Whatcom County.
We are accepting quotes for the following services and supplies: Guardrail, Electrical/ITS, Temporary Traffic Barrier, Pavement Markings, Landscaping, Pavement Milling, Design and Construction Survey, Fall Protection Fencing, Dump Trucking, Sawcutting, and more.
Subcontractors and suppliers can access conceptual plans and specifications via the WSDOT website (https://www.wsdot.wa.gov) and by navigating to Business, Contract Ad & Award, Design-Build & General Contractor/Construction Manager contracts, Design-Build contracts, and click on Contract 9368.
Conceptual plans and specifications may also be viewed at our “UDBE Meet & Greet” event, hosted by the project team on Tuesday, August 27, 2019 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the SpringHill Suites (4040 Northwest Ave, Bellingham, WA 98226). This informal event is a great opportunity to meet the project team, learn about the project scope, and understand how your firm can get involved. Space is limited; RSVP here: https://meetandgreetwithgranite.eventbrite.com
Quotes are due no later than September 12, 2019.
If you are interested in discussing this project in more detail, please attend our “UDBE Meet & Greet” or contact Bo Smith or Nick Lupo.
To assist Certified Small Business Subcontractors and Suppliers, we are committed to providing firms with adequate information (including project plans, specifications, and requirements), identifying and dividing work into feasible units of contract work, assisting firms with obtaining the necessary equipment, supplies, and materials, and removing barriers to DBE participation to ensure equal opportunity.
If you’re interested in bidding a portion of the work on the I-5 & SR 548 Tributaries to California Creek Fish Passage Project, please fill out the information sheet below and email to Nick Lupo at Nick.Lupo@gcinc.com.