Project Title
Type of Post
Project Owner
Link to original solicitation
Estimated Contract Value
 not listed
Bid Close: Date and Time
 Friday July 10th 2015 BY 5:00PM
Specific instructions: bid closing, mandatory meeting, bonding, insurance…
 This work will be performed on a Saturday due to the high traffic volume in the area and other ongoing projects.
Additional documentation links and their importance.
 Opportunities page
Subcontractor / Supplier Goals, Set Asides, Preferences

The Nisqually Tribe’s Native American preference in contracting policy will be used to select the winning bid.

The owner wishes to make available any and all opportunities for employment and training for Nisqually Tribal Members, their immediate families, and all other Native Americans. Therefore, the Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance (TERO) is in effect for this project. This includes but is not limited to:

  • Native preference in employment.
  • Native preference in contracting.
  • 75% Employment Rights tax on all projects $20,000 and over.

TERO also applies to subcontractors and all sub tiers.

It is the responsibility of the bidder to contact the TERO officer.
Nisqually TERO; Marjorie Stepetin
(360) 456-5221 ext.1128


THPO requires 30 day notice prior to any ground disturbances or tree removal to ensure for review and determination of what level of survey is needed to better protect the cultural, historical, and archaeological resources of the TRIBE. A THPO representative shall be present at all dig sites, regardless of size or depth of dig, in order to prevent any damage to known or potential cultural resource sites. THPO laws, regulations and executive orders are in effect.

Scope of work
The application of 12,720 sq./ft. of 2” compacted asphalt. The project is comprised of three (3) separate parking areas as follows; 1. 7,980 sq. ft., 2. 2,756 sq. ft., 3. 1,560 sq. ft. There are two approaches also which total 420 sq. ft. Total surface is 12,720 sq. /ft.All prep work will be completed by the client Nisqually Public Works Department and shall be inspected and approved by contractor before asphalting begins.


  1. Installation and laying of 2 inches of compacted asphalt in three areas
  2. Supply all asphalt laying equipment.
  3. Supply asphalt for project
  4. Lay, spread and compact asphalt in accordance to contract
  5. Finish and seal asphalt parking areas
  6. New asphalt to be tied into existing road asphalt where applicable
Point of contact
 Jill Wall
Property/Contracts/Insurance Coordinator

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