Project Title
Repair Water Main Treatment Solution to Prevent Corrosion (W912DW-15-T-7011) – JBLM, WA
Post Requested by
Pease & Sons, Inc. (Attn: Jennifer Kuljam, Estimator)
Type of Posting
Sub-bids requested
Project Owner
US Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District
Original Solicitation Link
Estimated Contract Value
$1 – $5 million
Bid Closing
9/14/15 @ 2:00pm
Additional documentation links and their importance.
Complete plans, specs & amendments for this project are available on-line via Pease & Sons’ website as follows:
2. Click on Bid Room
3. You will be redirected to an FTP site. Please note that passwords are case-specific.
a. User Name: 9996
b. Password: JBLMLS
4. Click on Repair Water Main Treatment Solution to Prevent Corrosion
Subcontractor / Supplier Goals
Services / Supplies Needed
This project is located on a controlled access military base.

This project is a Task Order for a MATOC contract. This project is RFP number W912DW-15-T-7011. Pease & Sons’ MATOC (Multiple Award Task Order Contract) number is W912DW-14-D-1006.

Project Description: Repairs and replacement of water lines, electrical lines, SCADA communication lines, and associated appurtenances. Approx 6,800 LF of 8-inch water main shall be constructed along Lincoln Blvd near the housing area water tanks, Whispering Firs Golf Course, Bldg 887, and Bldg 895. Existing asbestos cement pipe shall be abandoned in-place or removed. Connections to the existing water mains will be made. Existing fire hydrants not meeting current code or not in service shall be removed and replaced. Only one water tank shall be out of service at a time. Earthwork and pavement patching will occur to provide pipe trenches. Electrical and communications improvements shall connect the PRV to the SCADA system. The existing water main, including asbestos cement water mains, will be abandoned, except where removal is noted or where necessary for construction. Existing roadways, parking areas, and paved areas used by the govt shall remain in use throughout construction.

This is a PHASED project:
Phase 1: Work east of the existing PRV: work shall commence at the eastern work limits and continue west to the PRV
Phase 2: Work between the existing PRV and the southern water tank: work shall commence at the PRV and continue west and north to the southern water tank
Phase 3: Work between the southern water tank and the northwest work limits: work shall commence at the southern water tank and continue north and west to the northwest work limits

Estimated Value: $1 – $5 million

Contract Duration: 240 calendar days

This project is subject to federal Davis Bacon wage rates. Certified payroll will be required.

This project is subject to Buy American requirements. Please review the specs for additional information.

1) Project Manager and Superintendent Experience
2) Subcontractor Experience: documentation must reflect a minimum of two (2) completed projects in asbestos waterline work successfully performed.
Please review the Proposal Evaluation Criteria located in the RFP packet requiring submission of documentation for pertinent project history. This documentation is required to be submitted WITH THE BID.

Pease & Sons, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We encourage bids from ALL subcontractors and suppliers including Small, Emerging Small, 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.

Point of Contact
Dale Strichertz (253) 531-7700 or


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