|Proposed Central Oregon & Pacific Railroad Tiger IV Siskiyou ODOT Tunnel Rehab Project (Project PI# 28351) in the State of Oregon|
|Type of Post|
|ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS|
|Central Oregon & Pacific Railroad|
|Link to original solicitation
|Estimated Contract Value|
|Bid Close: Date and Time|
|4:00PM EST Wednesday February 25th, 2015|
|Specific instructions: bid closing, mandatory meeting, bonding, insurance…|
|If you are interested in this project, there will be a mandatory Contractor Technical Forum on Wednesday February 11th starting promptly at 10:00AM PST in the open gravel area at the Mt. Ashland exit (Exit 6) off I-5, GPS coordinates are (42º04’26.31”N, 122º36’27”W). If you plan to participate in the Technical Forum, please RSVP with headcount to Kristine by close of business Friday. All participants must complete and provide the attached release and indemnification form in order to participate in the forum on the 11th. All pre-bid attendees must provide and wear personal protective equipment consisting of no less than hard hat(s), safety glasses, laced safety toe work boots at least six inches high and reflective safety vest. There will be no exceptions. Klaus Winkler with Shannon and Wilson will lead the prebid discussion.The bid due date is 4:00PM EST Wednesday February 25th, 2015. Please use “Bid Form A” under Exhibit 7 to submit your bid proposal electronically. Note your proposal must include those items listed in section 7 labeled “Proposal” of the RFP. This includes but not limited to ODOT’s Subcontractor Solicitation and Utilization Report Form.
Funding for this project to be provided by a U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) Discretionary grant, administered by the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), and in partnership with the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT)and is subject to additional reporting requirements, including the provisions of the attached Schedule 1 (Public Funding), Exhibit 8 and Exhibit 10. Award of the bid is contingent upon availability of funds.
Summary of grant requirements, however not limited to:
|Additional documentation links and their importance.|
|This RFP and its related documents can be retrieved from the sharefile link: https://gwrr.sharefile.com/d-s3ad327267e041279
|Subcontractor / Supplier Goals, Set Asides, Preferences|
|All contractor work and any sub-grantee work must be performed in accordance with CFR 49, Contractors will assume responsibility for State and Federal Statutes and regulations, the “Buy
America” provision applies.
|Scope of work|
| 1. Timber Set Removal and Replacement
2. Drainage Improvements
|Point of contact
| If you have questions pertaining to this Request for Proposal, please submit them in email format to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Wednesday February 18, 2015; 12:00PM EST. All questions and answers must be documented and will become part of the contractual documents.Kristine N. Storm
Genesee & Wyoming Inc.
Assistant Vice President- Purchasing
Office Phone: (904) 900-6250
Cell Phone: (386) 503-5555
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