Sauk-Suiattle Indian Tribe
Mt. Loop Country Store Stormwater Improvements – Project #MTLOOP1
Bids will be accepted by the Sauk-Suiattle Indian Tribe, (herein called the “TRIBE”), attention Scott Morris, at 5318 Chief Brown Lane, Darrington, Washington, 98241, until 2 PM, Feb. 13, 2014. Each BID must be submitted in a sealed envelope, addressed to the above. Bid packets can be obtained via email request to email@example.com. Questions about the project can be answered at that email or by calling Scott Morris at 425-530-9993.
Preference in the award of this CONTRACT shall be given to Indian and Alaskan Native organizations and economic enterprises the Indian preference requirements pursuant to Section 7(b) of the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act, 25 USC 450 (e) (b), see 24 CFR Section 1000.48; and all other applicable laws and regulations so long as the BID by this Enterprise does not exceed the lowest bid submitted by more than ten (10) percent.Definitions and qualifications for such preference are included in the bid packet.
The purpose of the project is to design improvements to the Mountain Loop Country Store’s stormwater infrastructure intended to prevent contamination to surface and groundwater resources and manage runoff quantity in a way that encourages effective access to the site. The store and gas station are at 1000 Emens Ave., Darrington, WA 98241, owned by the TRIBE. Tasks include site evaluation, stormwater design, spill containment design, and construction.
The BIDDER must submit a resume documenting the BIDDER’S experience developing stormwater computer models, and understanding of the stormwater regulatory standards of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Washington (state) Department of Ecology. The BIDDER must submit references with their contact information. The TRIBE may make such investigations as deemed necessary to determine the ability of the BIDDER to perform the WORK, and the BIDDER shall furnish to the TRIBE all such information and data for this purpose as the TRIBE may request. The TRIBE reserves the right to reject any BID if the evidence submitted by, or investigation of, such BIDDER fails to satisfy the TRIBE that such BIDDER is properly qualified to complete the work contemplated therein. Award will be made to the lowest responsible BIDDER, subject to Indian preference.
Dates of publication in the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, Jan. 30, Feb. 3.
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