Request for Proposals Probation Windows Project Nisqually Indian Tribe

Original solicitation link

Specific bid instructions

VIABLE CONTRACTORS: To be awarded this project CONTRACTOR, of the winning bid, must be current will all taxes, insurances, bonding and licensing. Failure to comply will result in bid rejection.

SEALED PROPOSALS: Vendors will deliver two applications to the following address either by hand or by US postal:

Nisqually Tribe Financial Department
4820 She-Nah-Num Drive SE
Olympia WA. 98513
Attn: Jill Wall
Financial Services – Contracts

Bid Closes Tuesday, October 21st 2014

Subcontractor / supplier goals and set asides and restrictions

Minority and disadvantaged companies are encouraged to submit proposals.


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.
  • 1.75% 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

Scope of the work

Install four windows at the Probation offices. All work will be inspected by the Nisqually Tribe. All work will be finished to match existing interior and exterior of building. All excess is to be hauled away. All work will be expected to be done during non-business hours.

Site visit with Project Manager, David Iyall is mandatory before bids will be accepted.

Point of Contact: David Iyall, Project Manager, 360-456-5221 or e-mail at