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Seawolf Class Service Pier Project, Silverdale WA


Kiewit Infrastructure West Co. requests quotes from subcontractors, service providers, and suppliers including Small Businesses (SB), Small Disadvantaged Businesses (SDB), Women Owned Small Businesses (WOSB), HUBZone Small Businesses (HUBZone), Veteran Owned Small Businesses (VOSB) and Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB), in a multitude of Marine and Heavy Construction Work Disciplines in support of Kiewit’s prime contractor proposal to the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Northwest (NAVFAC NW)

for the following Department of the Navy project:




Subcontractor / Supplier Scope Letter and Price Submission due NLT August 12, 2019

Kiewit requests Sub & Supplier Quotes as early as possible to allow for follow up clarifications

 Project Bid Date: August 19, 2019 @ 2:00 PM PDT


Prime Contractor:         KIEWIT INFRASTRUCTURE WEST CO.

33455 6TH Avenue S. - Federal Way, WA 98003

Tel: (253) 943-4200, Fax: (253) 943-4021


Small Business Questions/Plan Access? - Contact  Dennis Ahl- Small & Disadvantaged Business Liaison

Email:                      Dennis’ Direct Phone (253) 943-4070


Description of Project Work

This is an acquisition for design-bid-build (DBB) services for the construction of Military Construction (MCON) project P-834 SEAWOLF Class Service Pier Extension, Naval Base Kitsap (NBK), Bangor, Silverdale, WA.


The project constructs a 520 foot x 68 foot single level, reinforced concrete, general purpose submarine berthing pier extension to the existing service pier, with pier side utilities, communication systems, and two 580 square foot concrete floating camels. The pier extension includes engineered piles and caps to support the pier deck, a fixed crane, equipment pads, mobile cranes and utility buildings.  The project also reconfigures and adds to the existing wave screen attenuation system and modifies the small craft berthing at the service pier.


Additionally the project constructs of a low rise compressor building on the pier for new tool air compressors and breathing air compressors and alters an existing building to accommodate new and existing lift stations, sewage equipment, storm drainage, wastewater services and provides a new emergency generator.


Potential Subcontractor & Supplier Work Scopes

Compressor building; Furnish Concrete & Steel Piling; Concrete Pumping, Concrete Placement, and Concrete Supply; Communications Systems/ Electrical Work,  Diving, Environmental Monitoring; Furnish Emergency Generator, Furnish Floating Concrete Camels; Marine Survey and Marine Towing; Mechanical; Quality Control & Inspection;  Sewage Equipment; Signage; Steel Fabrication & Supply; Storm Drainage Utilities; Trucking; Water Quality; and other scopes


Contract Specifications are available to interested Subcontractor & Suppliers through the FedBizOpps link below:


In order to assist certified small business subcontractors and suppliers, we will divide scopes of work into economically feasible units and will assist firms with meeting delivery schedules, providing points of contact regarding bonding, lines of credit, insurance and information to allow small businesses to secure their own equipment in order to maximize Small Business (SB) participation on this project


We are an Equal Opportunity Employer

Closing Date: 
Monday, August 19, 2019