|Repair AC Water Main on JBLM from Main Gate to North of Water Plant (W912DW-17-R-0006, Seed Project for SATOC) – JBLM, WA|
|Type of Posting|
|US Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District|
|Original Solicitation Link|
|Estimated Contract Value|
|$1 – $5 million|
|01/25/17 @ 2:00pm|
|Services / Supplies Needed|
|Pre-Bid Meeting: Wednesday, January 4, 2017 @ 10:00am @ Bldg 2015, Conf Rm 343, N 4th & Pendleton, JBLM, WA. A site visit will immediately follow the pre-bid meeting.
Estimated Value: $1 – $5 Million
Contract Duration: 275 calendar days
**Federal Davis Bacon wage rates are applicable to this project.**
***This project is subject to Buy American requirements. Please review the specs for additional information.***
****Use tax on materials should be included in subcontractor quotes.****
Pease & Sons, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We encourage bids from ALL subcontractors and suppliers including Small, Emerging Small, Native, Alaska Native, Women, Minority, Disadvantaged, Veteran, Vietnam Veteran, Disabled Veteran, 8(a), and HUBZone businesses.
Pease & Sons, Inc. is a member of the AGC.
Pease & Sons, Inc. is signatory to the Carpenters and Laborers Unions.
|Additional documentation links and their importance.|
Complete plans, specs & addenda for this project are available on-line as follows:
2. Click on Repair AC Water Main on JBLM from Main Gate to North of Water Plant
3. Scroll down, find the correct bid package and click on Join RFP.
|Point of Contact|
|Jennifer Kuljam, Estimator
Pease & Sons, Inc.
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