Request for Proposals to Clean and Clear the Cheeka Peak Air Monitoring Site near Neah Bay, WA
Olympic Region Clean Air Agency (ORCAA) is requesting proposals from qualified companies, hereafter referred to as Bidder, to assist in clean-up and improvements at the Cheeka Peak Observatory (CPO) air monitoring site near Neah Bay, WA (48.29792, -124.62507). Requested work includes removing three derelict structures between 100 and 200 sf each (Appendix A), dismantling and removing a 30-ft scaffolding tower (Appendix A), and removing an old fallen meteorological tower. Site improvements include gravelling and grating approximately 400-ft of dirt road and clearing and gravelling a 25’ X 20’-foot square area where two air monitoring trailers will sit. Lastly, bidder will off-load a 6000-to-7000-pound trailer delivered from Oregon on a flatbed and tow it to the monitoring site. Additional details are listed in section III, Proposed Scope of Work.
Map Coordinates: 48.29792, -124.62507
The budget for this project is $26,000.
Submittals must be received at the ORCAA office by 4:00 PM PDT, Thursday March 30, 2023. This project is currently scheduled to take place during a one or two-week period in July or August 2023 with exact dates dependent on bidder’s availability and weather.
ORCAA operates the Cheeka Peak site as a federally funded NCORE air monitoring network site. The Makah tribe also operates a federally funded Interagency Monitoring for Protected Visual Environments (IMPROVE) network site at the same location.
Read the full RFP for proposed work details and budget. Responses to the RFP must be received by March 30, 2023.
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