Material Testing Services for the Shine Plat Consolidation and Bywater Bay Water System Improvement Project
Public Utility District No. 1 of Jefferson County
Material Testing Services
for the Shine Plat Consolidation and Bywater Bay Water System Improvement Project
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
JPUD RFP No. 22-008
Public Utility District No. 1 of Jefferson County (JPUD) is seeking services for material testing during the construction of JPUD’s Shine Plat Consolidation and Bywater Bay Water System Improvement project. It is anticipated that the selected company will review, test, inspect and document existing conditions, engineering documents, construction materials and assemblies according to applicable codes, regulations, and standards.
JPUD is requesting materials testing services as required by the construction documents for the Shine Plat Consolidation and Bywater Bay Water System Improvement project. The project consists of constructing approximately 1,700 feet in length with an 8-inch water main, which connects to the Bywater Bay Water System at the intersection of Shine Road and Merridith Street; approximately 900-feet of 4-inch water main; connection of water services; approximately 3 fire hydrants; and approximately 2,700-ft of electric and fiber conduits and placement of 8 electric vaults.
These tests may include but not be limited to the following materials: asphalt and soils testing.
PUD No. 1 of Jefferson County is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer and an RUS borrower.
This project is fully or partially funded through the Washington State Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Program with federal funds from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. General contractors and all subcontractors must meet DWSRF requirements and provisions.
Submittals will be evaluated and ranked based on the following criteria:
- Experience of the Firm
- Expertise of Personnel
- Availability of Resources
- Quality Assurance
- Hourly Rates/Fee Schedule
All the criteria will be weighted evenly during the selection process.
Submittals should include the following information, in addition to the RFP requirements listed: Firm name, phone and email address; Name of owner(s); and employees assigned to this project.
Please submit ONE (1) hard copy and an electronic copy of your proposal to Jefferson County PUD No. 1, Attn: Kara Rogers, 310 Four Corners Road, Port Townsend, WA 98368 no later than 3:00pm on
Any questions regarding this proposal should be directed to Kara Rogers at (360) 385-8366.
Any firm failing to submit information in accordance with the procedures set forth in the Request for Proposals may not be considered responsive and may therefore be subject to disqualification by the District.
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Dates of publication in the Port Townsend Leader: (November 23, 2022) and (November 30, 2022).