Project Title
Swinomish Shore Power Installation Project
Type of Post
Request for proposals
Project Owner
Swinomish Indian Tribal Community
Link to original solicitation
Estimated Contract Value
$to be determined
Bid Close: Date and Time
Specific instructions: bid closing, mandatory meeting, bonding, insurance…
Work to be performed by the selected respondent consists of installation of overhead power supply to an
existing conduit that will power 16 double shore power stations on the commercial fishing docks on the
Swinomish Channel
The scope of work includes but is not limited to the following general items:
• Coordination with Swinomish Indian Tribal Community operations.
• Coordination with Puget Sound Energy to extend an overhead drop from an existing pole to a
new pole.
• Removal and disposal of the electrical system currently serving the commercial fishing dock.
• Installation of a new electrical service.
• Installation of new dock distribution system including new shore power pedestals and power
Additional documentation links and their importance.
Respondents should address the following in submittals:
• Firm capability and experience in installation of shore power on commercial docks.
• Knowledge of permitting requirements applicable to shore power installation;
• Past experience and references in installation of commercial shore power;
• Proposed project schedule and bid for completing the shore power installation.
• Respondents should use the attached specifications and drawings when submitting bids.
Submittals should also include the following information: respondent name, phone, and fax numbers;
name of Project Manager; and employees proposed to perform the project. Selection of a qualified
respondent will be made by a Swinomish review panel based on evaluation of the above requirements.
Drawings and specifications applicable to this project are available upon request from the below contact.
The Swinomish Indian Tribal Community expressly reserves the right to reject any or all bids, and the
right to waive any informalities or irregularities in any bid or in any bidding and to further award the
Project to the bidder whose proposal complies with the above and is deemed most responsive, as it best
serves the interest of the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community. All bidders agree to be bound by their
bids for a period of sixty (60) days following the below stated deadline for submittal. Questions regarding
this project should be directed to the contact listed below. Disadvantaged, minority, and women-owned
firms encouraged to respond.
Please submit your proposal no later than May 27 2016 , to:
[Summer Charles]
Swinomish Indian Tribal Community
11430 Moorage Way
LaConner, WA 98257
Phone: Summer Charles 360 466-7280

Subcontractor / Supplier Goals, Set Asides, Preferences
Submittals should include the following information: Firm name, phone and fax numbers; name of Principal-In-Charge and Project Manager; employees proposed to assist in the project; and proposed cost estimates and fees.
All Submittals will be reviewed for completeness and will be ranked for selection according to the following criteria:
Criteria Maximum Score
Ability to meet schedule and budget 25
Project approach 25
Past performance and references 20
Key personnel 15
Native American ownership firm 10
Ability to provide M/WBE participation 5
Scope of work
see above
Point of contact – Please include their name, job title, phone, fax, and email address.
Medicine Bear
Director of Public Works

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