Doyon Management Services invites you to bid on the Salmon River Hatchery Spawning Facilities Improvement project.

Description of Project

The project involves the demolition of existing facilities consisting of the concrete spawning raceways, concrete retaining walls, and wooden shed cover for replacement hatchery improvements needed for pollution control and efficiency.

This project includes concrete forming and placement of slabs, footings and retaining walls; erection of a prefabricated metal or wood framed building with insulated wall panels, rollup door, installing drains with galvanized metal grating; construction of concrete fish holding raceways, aluminum gates, remote hydraulic gates, electric power crowders, aluminum fish lift to a EA-l000B Electro anesthesia, metal insert slots for wood dam boards, installation of large diameter HDPE pipe, installation of electrical power and lights for building.

Prevailing Wage Rates Required

Davis Bacon prevailing wage rate determinations as identified for Grays Harbor, Washington.

LIST OF PROPOSED SUBCONTRACTORS/MATERIAL SUPPLIERS Subcontractors will be required to provide experience record and project references at time of bid for inclusion into our proposal.


5 June, 2014 at 12:00PM PT

Wado (Thank you),

Bryan Shein
Doyon Government Group
Office: 253-344-5356
Cell: 253-954-6210
Fax: 253-344-5351


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