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Dredging Contract News May 15, 2000, Part 1 of 2

May 15, 2000 Volume 16, Number 10
Published by International Dredging Review. ISSN# 1096-1763
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NORTH ATLANTIC
DELAWARE
DACW61-00-B-0012. Bid opening June 8, 2000, 11 a.m. MAINTENANCE DREDGING, DELAWARE RIVER, PHILADELPHIA TO THE SEA, PENNSYLVANIA, NEW JERSEY & DELAWARE. Maintenance dredging of the following ranges of the Delaware River channel from stations 117+000 to 237+000: Marcus Hook, Cherry Island, Deepwater Point, and New Castle. Dredging will be performed to a depth of 35 feet to 43 feet plus one foot allowable overdepth limited by a vertical plane through the required depth contour. Dredging will be required to a distance of 25 feet outside the channel limits. The following disposal areas and any existing government shore pipelines at these areas will be available for this work: Pedricktown South, Oldmans, and Killcohook Areas #1 and #2. This contract will include three options. Optional dredging will be performed to a depth of 45 feet to 47 feet plus one foot allowable overdepth. Issue date on or about May 9, 2000. Completion time for this project is 180 calendar days. Cost estimate, $10 million to $25 million. Award of the contract will be made as a whole to one bidder. Liquidated damages will be specified. Solicitation documents will be furnished on CD-ROM only; hard copies will not be available. One copy of the CD-ROM will be furnished to each bidder at no charge. Request CD-ROMs in writing from Michelle Bertoline, by fax fom 215-656-6780 or 215-656-6798. Include a physical street address, telephone and fax number, Federal Tax Identification Number and business size. Additional copies will be furnished for $5.00 each. Make checks payable to "USACE Finance Center, Millington” and mail to the address below. Contact: Michelle Bertoline, Contract Specialist, 215-656-6914; Philadelphia District, COE, Philadelphia Wanamaker Building, Room 643, 100 Penn Square East, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107.



MAINE



DACW33-00-B-0011. Bid opening June 13, 2000. MAINTENANCE AND IMPROVEMENT DREDGING EIGHT AND SIX FOOT CHANNEL, SIX FOOT ANCHORAGE, EIGHT FOOT SETTLING BASIN AND 6 FOOT TOWN DREDGING AREA, WELLS HARBOR, WELLS. Maintenance and improvement dredging of the Wells Harbor Federal Project and municipal marina areas. Approximately 180,000 cubic yards of material will be dredged. The Federal Project work includes maintenance dredging of channels and an anchorage, and improvement dredging of a repositioned settling basin. The municipal project work consists of dredging berthing and access areas at the two Municipal landings on the east and west sides of the inner harbor. Dredging will be performed by hydraulic plant with the sand pumped to two beaches, north and south of the harbor inlet. Cost estimate, $1 million to $5 million. Due to environmental and other restrictions, no work at the site will be permitted before September 7, 2000. Duration of work: 120 calendar days. Specifications will be available on or about May 10, 2000. All responsible sources may submit a bid which will be considered by the New England District. Contact: Carol K. Husselbee, 978-318-8424; New England District, COE, 696 Virginia Road, Concord, Massachusetts 01742-2751; email: Carol.K.Husselbee@usace.army.mil;



website: http://www.nae.usace.army.mil/index.html



MASSACHUSETTS



DACW33-00-B-0010. Bid opening June 20, 2000. SAUGUS RIVER NAVIGATION IMPROVEMENT PROJECT, SAUGUS AND LYNN, MASSACHUSETTS. Dredge the Federal Channel from deep water in Broad Sound into the Saugus River to a point upstream of the Western Avenue Bridge. Two anchorages will also be dredged. Approximately 90,000 cubic yards of material will be removed using a hydraulic dredge and placed in a 13 acre, diked disposal cell to be constructed on the RESCO landfill located about 3,500 feet from the river. The maximum distance to which material will have to be transported hydraulically will not exceed 3.5 miles. A four acre mitigation area will be constructed at the I-95 embankment to create an intertidal habitat. Cost estimate, $1 million to $5 million. Work will be completed within 365 calendar days after receipt of a Notice to Proceed. Issue date, on or about May 19, 2000. 100 percent small business setaside. Registration instructions are available on the Internet at http://www.nae.usace.army.mil/index.html. All responsible sources may submit a bid which will be considered by the New England District. Contact: Carol K. Husselbee, 978-318-8424, New England District, COE, 696 Virginia Road, Concord, Massachusetts 01742-2751; email: Carol.K.Husselbee@usace.army.mil



NEW JERSEY



DACW61-00-B-0010. Bid opening changed to May 9, 2000, 11 a.m. MAINTENANCE DREDGING, SALEM RIVER, NEW JERSEY, STATION 3+600 TO STATION 24+896. Dredging of the channel will be required to a depth of 16 feet plus one foot allowable overdepth with no side or end slopes, to the full project width of 150 feet. No bucket dredging will be permitted for this work. Killcohook disposal area number 2 will be used. Completion time for the project is 120 calendar days. Cost estimate $500,000 to $1 million. 100 percent small business setaside. One copy of the plans and specifications will be furnished on CD-ROM to each bidder at no charge. Additional copies are $5 each. Bidders will be responsible for paper copies. All requests for a solicitation package should be in writing and sent to the attention of Sandi Fletcher. Fax requests to 215-656-6780 or 215-656-6798. Issue date on or about March 28, 2000. Requests for additional copies of the CD-ROM should be in writing along with a company check which includes your Federal Tax Identification Number, or a Personal Check with Social Security Number or a Driver's License or Money Order, payable to "USACE FINANCE CENTER, MILLINGTON." Include a physical street address, telephone number and fax number. Contact: Sandi Fletcher, contract specialist, phone 215-656-6915; Philadelphia District, COE, Philadelphia Wanamaker Building, Room 643, 100 Penn Square East, Philadelphia, PA 19107.



DACW51-00-B-0011. Bid opening June 20, 2000, 11 a.m. KILL VAN KULL AND NEWARK BAY CHANNELS NAVIGATION IMPROVEMENT PROJECT, PHASE II, AREA 7, CONTRACT 4, ELIZABETH CHANNEL, NEW JERSEY. This project consists of deepening of the existing 40-foot Elizabeth Channel to a depth of 47 feet below MLV, from the western part of Newark Bay Channel to the end of Elizabeth Channel, a length of approximately 7,700 feet and varying widths of 500 feet to 800 feet. The project includes dredging and disposal of non-rock, and drilling, blasting, dredging and disposal of rock materials. The scope of work also includes sample testing of subsurface materials at various locations. The dredged rock will be placed at the Sandy Hook Artificial Reef Site, New Jersey State. Completion time for this project is 320 calendar days after receipt of Notice to Proceed. Cost estimate, $15 million to $30 million. Unrestricted. Solicitation documents will be available on or about May 19, 2000. Bid opening date will be 30 calendar days following solicitation available date or June 20, 2000 at 11:00 A.M. Bid opening will be held in room 1841. To obtain solicitation documents, mail check or money order for $27 payable to USAED, New York, to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Contracting Division, Room 1843, 26 Federal Plaza, New York, New York 10278-0090. Include the solicitation number of the project, complete company name, street address (no post office boxes), telephone and fax numbers. The solicitation documents may be examined at the New York District Office or at the following offices: F.W. Dodge Company, 148 Princetown, Hightstown Road, Hightstown, New Jersey 08520; Brown's Letters, 163 Stuyvesant Avenue, Lyndhurst, New Jersey; Dept. of the Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Metro Area Office, Western Residency, Bldg. 408, Pershing Loop, Fort Hamilton Military Community, Brooklyn, New York. A Small Business Subcontracting Plan is required for all large firms. Contact: Anne Spiegelberg, phone 212-264-9003; New York District, COE, Attn: CENAN-CT, 26 Federal Plaza, Rm 1843, New York, N.Y. 10278-0090.



DACW51-00-B-0014. Bid opening June 26, 2000. MAINTENANCE DREDGING OF RARITAN RIVER FEDERAL NAVIGATION PROJECT, NEW JERSEY. The US Army Corps of Engineers, New York District, intends to award a contract for the maintenance dredging of the Raritan River Federal navigation project from the New York, New Jersey Channels to the old Railroad Bridge. The work consists of the removal and satisfactory placement of approximately 310,000 cubic yards of channel sediment except ledge rock lying above the plane of 25 feet below mean low water without allowable paid overdepth. Cost estimate, $1 million to $5 million. Unrestricted. Performance period: 45 days. Plans and specifications will be available on or about May 26, 2000at a cost of $30.00, paid by check or money order made payable to "USA, COE, FAO, NED". Parties requesting the plans and specifications must do so in writing, stating the solicitation number and project name, complete company name and street address (no post office boxes), telephone and fax numbers (including area codes). Plans and specifications may be examined at the following locations: New York District Office, 26 Federal Plaza, Room 1843, New York, New York, F.W. Dodge Company, 1221 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York, and Brown's Letters, 163 Stuyvesant Avenue, Lyndhurst, New Jersey. Contact: Lawrence T. Locke, contract specialist, phone 212-264-6707; New York District, COE, Attn: CENAN-CT, 26 Federal Plaza, Rm 1843, New York, NY 10278-0090.



NEW YORK



DACW51-00-B-0010. Bid opening May 23, 2000, 11 a.m. MAINTENANCE DREDGING, RARITAN RIVER TO ARTHUR KILL CUT-OFF CHANNEL. Removal and satisfactory disposal of all material (approximately 112,000 cy) except ledge rock, lying above the plane of 20 feet below mean low water. The dredged material will be disposed at the historic area remediation site (HARS). Cost estimate, $500,000 to $1 million. Unrestricted. Completion date is 45 calendar days after receipt of Notice to Proceed. Plans and specifications will be available on or about April 21, 2000. The non-refundable cost of the plans and specifications is $30.00 and must be mailed to New York District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,26 Federal Plaza, Contracting Division, Room 1843, New York, N.Y. 10278-0090. Make checks payable to "FAO USAED, New York" Liquidated damages $930.00 per calendar day of delay until all work under this contract is accepted. Parties requesting plans and specifications must do so in writing stating the solicitation number, project name, complete company name and street address (no post office boxes) telephone and fax number. Contact Contract Specialist Ina J. Ohrwashel, phone 212-264-0154; New York District, COE, Attn: CENAN-CT, 26 Federal Plaza, Rm 1843, New York, N.Y. 10278-0090.



DACW51-00-B-0002. Bid opening on or about June 5, 2000; issue date on or about May 5. MAINTENANCE DREDGING, LAKE MONTAUK HARBOR, NEW YORK. This project is being postponed until the above dates due to problems with the upland disposal site. Contact: Ina J. Ohrwashel, contract specialist, phone 212-264-0154; New York District, COE, Attn: CENAN-CT, 26 Federal Plaza, Room 1843, New York, N.Y. 10278-0090.



DACW51-00-B-0002. Bid opening June 5, 2000, 11 a.m. MAINTENANCE DREDGING GLEN COVE CREEK, LONG ISLAND. (DACW51-99-B-0030) Removal and satisfactory disposal of approximately 50,000 cy of channel sediment except ledge rock lying above the plane of eight feet below mean low water with two feet allowable overdepth. Dredged material will be placed on an approved upland site adjacent to the creek. Cost estimate, $500,000 to $1 million. Small business setaside. Completion date 90 days after issuance of Notice to Proceed. Plans and specifications will be available on or about January 28, 2000 at the non-refundable cost of $30. Mail requests to New York District, US Army Corps of Engineers, 26 Federal Plaza, Contracting Division, Room 1843, New York, New York 10278-0090. Make checks payable to "FAO, USAED, New York" Parties requesting plans and specifications must do so in writing stating the solicitation number, project name, complete company name and street address (we will not deliver to PO Boxes) telephone and fax number. Liquidated damages is $960 per calendar day of delay until all work under this contract is accepted. Plans and specifications may be examined at the New York District office and at the following offices: FW Dodge Company, 1221 Avenue of the Americas, New York City; Brown's Letters, 163 Stuyvesant Avenue, Lynhurst, New Jersey. Contact Ina J. Ohrwashel, contract specialist, phone 212-264-0154; New York District, COE, 26 Federal Plaza, Rm 1843, New York, N.Y. 10278-0090.



DACW51-00-B-0005. Bid opening CHANGED TO June 1, 2000, 1 p.m. CONEY ISLAND BEACH NOURISHMENT, SEA GATE, CONEY ISLAND. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers intends to procure beach replenishment at Coney Island, New York. The project consists of the construction of a stone revetment adjacent to the West 37th Street Groin in the Sea Gate community at Coney Island, New York. The revetment will be constructed of several sizes of stone and involve the possible placement of a geo-textile. The Corps of Engineers criteria for stone placement and geo-textile placement will be followed. The project also consists of dredging of sand immediately offshore of the Gravesend Bay side of the Sea Gate Community and the placement of the sand along the Atlantic shore of the Sea Gate Community adjacent to the west side of the West 37th Street groin. This dredging and placement of sand will occur concurrently. Debris on the Gravesend Bay side of the Sea Gate community will also be removed and disposal will be off site. Cost estimate: $1 million to $5 million. Plans and specifications available December 17, 1999. The estimated time for project completion will be 180 days. The nonrefundable charge for plans and specifications is $35.00 per set. This solicitation is set aside for small businesses, but could be converted to full and open competition if an insufficient number of small businesses respond. Plans and specifications can be viewed at room 1843 at 26 Federal Plaza, New York, NY 10278; at Browns Letters at 1167 McBride Avenue, West Paterson, NJ, and at F.W. Dodge at Two Penn Plaza, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10121. Contact Anthony P. DeStefano, Contract Specialist, phone: 212-264-6706, fax 212-264-3013. US Army Corps of Engineers, New York District, Attn: CENAN-CT, 26 Federal Plaza, Room 1843, New York, N.Y. 10278-0090.



PENNSYLVANIA



DACW59-00-B-0012. Bid opening April 20, 2000. BRADDOCK LOCKS AND DAM, NAVIGATION CHANNEL, PHASE ONE, POOL 3 DREDGING. Dredging various stretches of the Monongahela River in Washington County and Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, between River Mile 23 and River Mile 42. The work includes the removing approximately 195,000 cubic yards of material from the river, disposal of portions of the dredged material at a permitted landfill, and in-river placement of the remainder of the material. Period of performance: 150 calendar days. Cost estimate, $5 million to $10 million. Unrestricted. Plans and specifications will be on Compact Disk (CD-ROM) only, provided free of charge, and available on or about March 20, 2000. Requests must be in writing or faxed to 412-644-5109. Contact: Michele R. Hutfles, contract specialist, 412-395-7479; Pittsburgh District, COE, William S. Moorhead Federal Building, 1000 Liberty Avenue, Room 727, Pittsburgh, PA 15222-4186.



DACW59-00-B-0016. Bid opening May 11, 2000. STILLING BASIN EXTENSION AND DOWNSTREAM SCOUR PROTECTION, CHARLEROI LOCKS AND DAM, MONONGAHELA RIVER. The work involves extending the existing stilling basin at Monongahela River Mile 41.5 and placing new scour protection downstream of the new extension and along the existing left abutment wall. Major features of the work include performing underwater excavation (dredging), furnishing and installing a steel sheet pile cut-off wall, furnishing and installing soil anchors in the existing left abutment wall, placement of tremie concrete to form the extended stilling basin slab, furnishing and placing granular backfill and filter materials, and furnishing and placing graded rip rap scour protection, and transport and disposal of excavated material in the Allegheny River, approximate river mile 25. Specialty services include diving and operations conducted from floating plant. The period of performance will be 540 calendar days. Cost estimate $5 million go $10 million. Unrestricted. The plans and specifications will be placed on Compact Disk (CD-ROM) and will be provided free of charge. Plans and specifications will not be provided in a printed paper hard copy format. Issue date app. April 11, 2000. Requests must be made in writing or faxed to 412-644-5109. Contact: Michele R. Hutfles, contract specialist, 412-395-7479, Pittsburgh District, COE, William S. Moorhead Federal Building, 1000 Liberty Avenue, Room 727, Pittsburgh, PA 15222-4186.



URL: http://www.gpo.gov/procurement/index.html



DACW61-00-B-0013. Bid opening June 29, 2000. MAINTENANCE DREDGING, SCHUYKILL RIVER. Maintenance dredging rom Stations 0+600 to Station 20+487. Dredging of the 33 ft. project will be required to a depth of 33 ft, Schuykill River Datum plus two foot allowable overdepth limited by a vertical plane through the 33-foot contour, with no side or end slopes delineated and (or) paid for along both channel edges (box cut). Maintenance dredging from Station 20+487 to 22+665. Dredging of the 26 foot project will be required to a depth of 26 feet Schuykill River datum plus 1 foot allowable overdepth limited by a vertical plane through the 26-foot contour, with no side or end slopes delineated and (or) paid for along both channel edges (box cut). The government-owned Fort Mifflin containment site, Area A, will be available for this work. Cost estimate $1 million to $5 million. Liquidated damages will be specified. Affirmative Action to ensure equal opportunity is applicable to any resultant contract. Issue on or about, May 30, 2000. Solicitation documents will be furnished on CD-ROM only; hard copies will not be available. One copy will be furnished to each bidder at no charge. All requests must include a physical street address, telephone number, fax number, point of contact, and business size. Additional copies of the CD-ROM will be provided at a charge of $5.00/CD. Contractor may view and/or download this solicitation and all amendments from the Internet at the following address: http://ebs.nap.usace.army.mil/ADP/AdvertisedSolicitations.asp



on or after issue date; however, the official media of distribution for the solicitation is the CD-ROM. Contact: William A. Bailey, 215-656-6932; Philadelphia District, COE, Philadelphia Wanamaker Building, Room 643, 100 Penn Square East, Philadelphia, PA 19107. Email: William.A.Bailey.usace.army.mil



SOUTH ATLANTIC



ALABAMA



DACW01-00-R-0030. Bid opening April 27, 2000. Furnish rental equipment, operators, supplies, materials, labor, transportation and fuel to perform maintenance and rehabilitation of approximately 18 dredged material disposal sites, and levee maintenance along 14 miles of levee. The work for disposal area sites will consist of raising dikes, construction of new areas, grading material, installing weirs, and ditching. Levee maintenance work will include mowing, fertilizing, ditching, vegetation control, excavation, grading and filling to maintain levee crown. Dredging will include removing shoaled material and placement on adjacent beach. Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Contract consisting of a Base Year, with four additional option years (which may or may not be exercised) at approximately $3,600,000 each year, and an estimated total value of approximately $18 million. This porcurement is a competitive 8(a) setaside. Individual Task Orders will be issued in accordance with the contract clause. A pre-proposal conference will be conducted at the Panama City Site Office, 1706 East 5th Street, Panama City, FL 32401 on April 11, 2000, 10:00 a.m. All interested offerors are urged to attend. During this conference, the requirements set forth in the solicitation will be reviewed d discussed, with part of the conference to include a question and answer period. Tour of the site will follow the conference. The duration of the conference and tour will be approximately one day. It is requested that a representative of each offeror attend the pre-proposal conference. Number of attendees is limited to two from each firm. Name of individuals from each company who will attend the conference should be faxed to the following no later than five working days prior to the conference. Fax information to: Larry Mathis, Panama City Site Office, fax: 850-785-5599. The plans and specifications will be issued free of charge on Compact Disc (CD-ROM) only. All bid forms, bid bonds, and other normal documents required for the bid submittal, including amendments to the bid submittal, will be in paper medium. Electronic medium for the bid submittal documents will not be allowed. Contact: Donald Green, 334-694-3730; fax: 334-694-4264. Plans room: 334-690-2535. Mobile District, COE, Contracting Division, CESAM-CT PO Box 2288, Mobile, AL 36628-0001.



DACW01-00-B-0008. Bid opening date not established. RENTAL OF HOPPER DREDGE & ATTENDANT PLANT FOR DREDGING OF MOBILE HARBOR CHANNELS, MOBILE, ALABAMA - #3-00. Maintenance dredging in navigation channels along the Gulf Coast of Mississippi, Alabama, and Northwest Florida. The primary work location is intended to be Mobile Harbor. However, work at Pascagoula Harbor, Gulfport Harbor, Pensacola Harbor and Panama City Harbor is also possible. Rental of dredge: consists of removal and disposal of all material lying above the plane of 52 feet MLLW, or as directed by the Contracting Officer's Representative (COR), over the bottom widths (full and/or partial) and applicable side slopes, at specific work locations within the specified dredging limits of this contract. The COR will furnish the specific locations in advance. Rental dredge plant: consists of furnishing and operating a hopper dredge with pump discharge of not less than 24-inch diameter nor more that 33.5-inch diameter complete with all necessary materials, supplies, labor, and transportation including fuel, power, and water for excavation operations as specified. General excavation limits include the entire Mobile Harbor Project; however, specific locations will be as directed by the government within the total contract limits. All work will occur only as directed by the COR. There is no guarantee as to the amount of work. Cost estimate: $1 million to $5 million. Unrestricted. Requests for plans and specifications will indicate in writing whether firm will bid as a prime contractor or a subcontractor. For questions on the project, contact Anthony Goretski, phone 334-694-3868. For questions on distribution of plans and specifications, contact Plans Room, phone 334-690-2535/2536, fax 334-694-4343. Mobile District, COE, CESAM-CT (109 St. Joseph Street 36602) PO Box 2288, Mobile, AL 36628-0001.



DACW01-00-B-0009. Bid opening date not established. RENTAL OF HOPPER DREDGE & ATTENDANT PLANT FOR DREDGING OF MOBILE HARBOR, CHANNELS, MOBILE, ALABAMA - #4-00. Maintenance dredging in navigation channels along the Gulf Coast of Mississippi, Alabama, and Northwest Florida. The primary work location is intended to be Mobile Harbor. However, work at Pascagoula Harbor, Gulfport Harbor, Pensacola Harbor and Panama City Harbor are also possible. Rental of dredge: consists of removal and disposal of all material lying above the plane of 52 feet MLLW, or as directed by the Contracting Officer's Representative (COR,) over the bottom widths (full and/or partial) and applicable side slopes, at specific work locations within the specified dredging limits of this contract. The COR will furnish the specific locations in advance. Rental dredge plant: consists of furnishing and operating a hopper dredge with pump discharge of not less than 24-inch diameter nor more that 33.5-inch diameter complete with all necessary materials, supplies, labor, and transportation including fuel, power, and water for excavation operations as specified. General excavation limits include the entire Mobile Harbor Project. However, specific locations will be as directed by the government within the total contract limits. All work will occur only as directed by the COR. There is no guarantee as to the amount of work. Cost estimate: $1 million to $5 million. Unrestricted. Requests for plans and specifications should indicate in writing whether firm will bid as a prime contractor or a subcontractor. View the District's Internet site: http://www.sam.usace.army.mil/sam/ct for amendments. Contact Allen Harrison, phone 334- 694-3624, fax: 334-690-2902 for questions on the contract; and Plans Room, phone: phone: 334-690-2535/2536, fax: 334-694-4343 for questions on distribution of plans and specifications. Mobile District, COE, CESAM-CT (109 St. Joseph Street 36602) PO Box 2288, Mobile, AL 36628-0001.



DACW01-00-B-0023 Bid opening Feb. 24, 2000. RENTAL OF HYDRAULIC CUTTERHEAD PIPELINE DREDGE & ATTENDANT PLANT W/OPERATORS FOR MAINTENANCE DREDGING ON THE ALABAMA RIVER AND BLACK WARRIOR & TOMBIGBEE RIVER SYSTEMS. PRINCIPAL ASSIGNMENT IS EXPECTED TO BE THE ALABAMA RIVER SYSTEM. Maintenance dredging: removal of shoals to restore the authorized navigation channels width and depth on the Lower Tombigbee River from miles 45 to 213 at Demopolis Lock, or the Black Warrior-Tombigbee Waterway (BW& T) from Demopolis Lock to mile 338 at Oliver Lock and Dam, or on the Alabama River from miles 0.0 to 236.2 at Robert F. Henry Lock and Dam, or on the Tenn-Tom Waterway from the junction with the Black Warrior River at mile 217 to Mississippi Highway 325 Bridge at mile 443.4. The intended principal work site is the Alabama River System; however, the contractor may be required to work on any of the other navigation systems listed above. Dredge Plant: furnish a hydraulic cutterhead pipeline dredge with pump discharge of 20 inches (with brake horsepower of not less than 2100), 22-inch diameter (with brake horsepower of not less than 2400), or 24-inch diameter (with brake horsepower of not less than 2400.) The dredge will be complete with all necessary materials, supplies, (including fuel, power, and water) labor, and transportation for maintenance dredging operations as specified above. Bid documents will be available on or about January 3, 2000. Cost estimate: $1 million to $5 million. Unrestricted. Documents will be available on January 7, 2000. All responsible sources may submit a bid, which will be considered. Contact Karen Johnson, 334-690-2535, Mobile District, COE, Contracting Division, CESAM-CT (109 St. Joseph Street 36602) PO Box 2288, Mobile, AL 36628-0001.



DACW01-00-B-0007 Bid opening to be announced. RENTAL HOPPER DREDGE & ATTENDANT PLANT DREDGING Mobile Harbor -#2-00. Issue Date: March 3, 2000. Cost estimate, $5 million to $10 million. Note: this project is canceled and will be readvertised at a later date. Perform maintenance dredging in navigation channels along the Gulf Coast of Mississippi, Alabama and Northwest Florida. The primary work location is Mobile Harbor, but work at Pensacola Harbor, Gulfport Harbor, Pascagoula Harbor and Panama City Harbor are also possible. Work at projects other than Mobile Harbor is to address short term urgent and compelling needs that do not warrant a separate contract. All work will occur only as directed by the contracting officer’s representative. Work to be performed under this portion of the contract will consist of the removal and satisfactory disposal of all material lying above the plane of –52 feet (or as directed by the COR) MLLW over the bottom widths and applicable side slopes at specific work locations within the specified dredging limits of the contract. Work consists of furnishing and operating a hopper dredge with pump discharge of not less than 24 inches nor more than 33.5 inch diameter, complete with all necessary materials, supplies, labor and transportation, including fuel, power and water for excavation operations. Contact: Earl Davis, 334-441-5594, Mobile District, COE, PO Box 2288, Mobile, AL 36628-0001.



CONTRACT AWARDS, ALABAMA



DACW01-00-C-0012 / DACW01-00-B-0006. RENTAL OF HOPPER DREDGE AND ATTENDANT PLANT FOR DREDGING OF MOBILE HARBOR CHANNELS. Awarded to Bean Stuyvesant LLC for $4,665,250, line items 1 through 5, on April 18, 2000. Contact: Karen Johnson, phone 334-690-2535; Mobile District, COE, PO Box 2288, Mobile, AL 36628-0001.



DACW01-00-C-0013 / DACW01-00-B-0025. RENTAL OF CUTTERHEAD PIPELINE DREDGE WITH ATTENDANT PLANT AND OPERATORS FOR MAINTENANCE DREDGING OF THE TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY & BENDWAYS, BLACK WARRIOR-TOMBIGBEE RIVER SYSTEM & ALABAMA RIVER, ALABAMA AND MISSISSIPPI. Awarded to Hendry Corporation for $2,123,216 on April 26, 2000. Contact: Karen Johnson, 334-690-2535; Mobile District, COE, PO Box 2288, Mobile, AL 36628-0001.



FLORIDA



Website for Jacksonville district: http://www.saj.usace.army.mil/



N62467-99-R-1032. Bid opening January 6, 2000, 4 p.m. HARBOR OPS/SMALL CRAFT BERTH, NAVAL STATION, MAYPORT, FLORIDA. This is a two-phase design-build contract, to be accomplished by a contractor/A-E team. Phase I proposals were received on Jan. 6, 2000. The Navy is evaluating the proposals and will short list three to five teams by approximately the end of January. These teams will receive solicitations, and bids will be due 30 days later. After evaluation of these bids, an award will be made. Contact Barbara Green, Code 0211BG, fax: 843-820-5853, Southern Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, 2155 Eagle Drive, P. O. Box 190010, North Charleston, SC 29419-9010.



DACW17-00-B-0011. MAINTENANCE DREDGING, 7-FOOT PROJECT, ST LUCIE INLET, MARTIN COUNTY. Apparent low bidder, Weeks Marine, Inc. $3,220,380; 2nd., Great Lakes Dredge & Dock, $3,266,125; 3rd., Jay Cashman, Inc., $6,831,841; gov. estimate, $2,088,000. Removal of about 239,000 cubic yards of unclassified sediment from the navigational channel, transition area and impoundment basin. The material will be disposed in the near shore disposal area some eight miles south of the inlet. Material will be disposed landward of the -16-foot contour. Dredging is both landward and seaward of the COLREGS Demarcation Line. The nearshore disposal area is seaward of the COLREGS Demarcation Line. Only Coast Guard Certified vessels will be allowed to work in this project. Construction time is 120 calendar days. Cost estimate, $1 million to $5 million. Unrestricted. Contact: Contract Specialist, Griselle Gonzalez, phone: 904-232-3972; Jacksonville District, COE, P.O. Box 4970, Jacksonville, Florida 32232-0019.



DACW17-00-B-0020. Bid opening app. May 23, 2000. MAINTENANCE DREDGING, INNER CHANNEL, FERNANDINA HARBOR 36-FT. PROJECT & TURNING BASIN, 35-FT. PROJECT, FERNANDINA HARBOR. Remove approximately 150,000 cy from the Inner Channel and Turning Basin. The quantity of material represents dredging the channel and turning basin to the appropriate project depth for each area plus an allowable one foot overdepth. Material will be placed in either the nearshore disposal area or the Ocean Dredged Material Disposal Site (ODMDS) , depending on the quality of the material. Material identified with less than 20 percent fines will be placed into the ODMDS. The material is expected to contain both nearshore quality and non-beach quality. Equipment needed would include but not limited to, clamshell dredge, bottom dump scows, tugs, and attendant plant. Performance period: 75 calendar days. Cost estimate: $1 million to $5 million. Unrestricted. Issue date on or about March 16, 2000. Solicitation will be issued in electronic format only, at no cost. Contact Bob Mosteller, email: Robert.W.Mosteller@usace.army.mil; Jacksonville District, COE, P.O. Box 4970, Jacksonville, Florida 32232-0019.



F08651-00-Q0238. Bid opening approximately May 15, 2000. DREDGE BEN'S LAKE PASS. Dredge Ben's Lake Channel, Eglin AFB, FL, Okaloosa County, Florida. Project includes furnishing all plant; labor, equipment and materials to dredge and provide construction and maintenance of dredged material containment. Work consists of removing existing, accomplishment of environmental controls and the disposal of dredged materials materials complete. The lump sum contract price will include the cost of performing the work as shown on the drawing and as specified hereafter. Cost estimate $25,000 to $100,000. 100 percent competitive small business acquisition. Performance period is 30 calendar days. All responsible sources may submit a quote, which will be considered by the Agency. Firms responding should indicate if they are a small business. The above general description of work does not in any way limit the responsibility of the contractor to perform all work and furnish all plant, labor, equipment, and materials complete in accordance with the plans and specifications. Firms responding should indicate if they are interested in this project as a prime or subcontractor. Reply either by fax to 850-882-9441, attention Lana Wallace, or email wallace@eglin.af.mil. This is a paperless acquisition. Paper copies of the solicitation will not be issued, but the Request for Quote (RFQ) will be available on the Federal Government's Electronic Posting system, www.eps.gov. Contact Lillie Loggins, contract specialist, phone 850-882-5628 ext. 5274, email: kingman@eglin.af.mil. Website:



http://www.eps.gov/cgi-bin/WebObjects/EPS?ACode=P&ProjID=F08651-00-Q0238&LocID=1182



DACW17-00-B-0025. Bid opening May 17, 2000. MAINTENANCE DREDGING, 12-FOOT PROJECT, INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY, JACKSONVILLE TO MIAMI, FLORIDA, VICINITY OF HAULOVER CANAL, BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA. Remove shoals along the Intracoastal Waterway (IWW) in the vicinity of Haulover Canal. A depth of 12 feet MLW will be required with an allowable overdepth of two feet. The base bid will require maintenance dredging of Cut BV-1 Station 0+00 to Cut BV-7 Station 0+00 and will total approximately 1.4 million cubic yards of material to be removed. Option Bid Item A (if awarded) will require maintenance dredging of Cut BV-7 Station 0+00 to Cut BV-9 Station 43+00 and will total approximately 0.4 million cubic yards of material to be removed. All dredged material will be placed in upland disposal area BV-2C located approximately 4.5 miles north of the intersection of Cut BV-5 and Cut BV-6. Cost estimate: more than $10 million. Solicitation will be issued on or about 17 April 17, 2000. Solicitation will be issued in electronic format only. Bidders will be provided a CD-ROM at no cost. Contact: Reena Mobley, 904- 232-3702; Jacksonville District, COE, P.O. Box 4970, Jacksonville, Florida 32232-0019.



Email: reena.mobley@usace.army.mil;



Website: http://www.usace.army.mil



DACW17-00-R-0020. Bid opening May 23, 2000. PORT TAMPA MAINTENANCE DREDGING, 34 FOOT PROJECT, CUT G. Issued April 21, 2000. Cost estimate, $1 million to $5 million. Remove approximately 252,000 cy from Cut G. The quantity of material represents dredging the channel to the appropriate project depth for Cut G plus an allowable two foot overdepth. The material from Cut-G will be disposed in an underwater disposal area located south of MacDill Air Force Base. The material deposited will be used to fill existing underwater hole. Due to the unique nature of the inshore open water disposal requirements, special provisions will be needed to control the expected turbidity. These provisions include, but are not limited to, the use of diffusors, turbidity curtains, and alternations to pumping and dredging operations. This acquisition is a setaside under the small business 8(A) program. This notice is presented for informational purposes only. For subcontracting opportunities, the 8(A) contractor is Lake Michigan Contractors, Inc. Contact: Bob Mosteller, 904-232-3739, Jacksonville District, COE, P.O. Box 4970, Jacksonville, Florida 32232-0019.



DACW17-00-B-0023. Bid opening May 25, 2000. MAINTENANCE DREDGING, 38-FOOT PROJECT, CUT 42 THROUGH TERMINAL CHANNEL, JACKSONVILLE HARBOR. Issued April 10, 2000. Remove shoals from Jacksonville Harbor between Sta. 0+00 Cut-42 and Sta. 64+56 Terminal Channel. The Base Item of work is from Sta. 0+00 Cut-43 to Sta. 64+56 Terminal Channel which will be dredged to a required depth of 40 feet plus two feet allowable overdepth; estimated material to be dredged is approximately 2,019,000 cubic yards. The Optional Item of work consists of dredging Cut-42 to a required depth of 40 feet plus two feet allowable overdepth; estimated material to be dredged is approximately 476,000 cubic yards. Within areas of the Optional Item where in-situ rock is encountered above the required dredging depth, the contractor will not be required to achieve depths in excess of those shown on the multibeam survey as provided in the contract plans. Total quantity to be dredged is approximately 2,495,000 cubic yards. All dredged material from the Base Item will be placed in the designated upland disposal area (D/A-1) located an average of 2.5 miles from the project site. All dredged material from the Optional Item will be placed in the designated upland disposal area (D/A-2A) located an average of three miles from the project site. . Cost estimate: more than $10 million. Unrestricted. Solicitation will be issued in electronic format only. Offerors will be provided a CD-ROM at no cost. Interested offerors must register electronically. Contact: Kathie Duke, 904-232-3713; Jacksonville District, COE, P.O. Box 4970, Jacksonville, Florida 32232-0019.



DACW17-00-B-0027. Bid opening June 1, 2000. TAMPA HARBOR CONSTRUCTION DREDGING, 34-FOOT PROJECT, YBOR TURNING BASIN WIDENER. Widen the existing Ybor Turning Basin by approximately 200 feet and incorporate a channel transition wedge into the Sparkman Channel. The new widener will be dredged to a project depth of 34 feet plus two additional feet of required dredging plus one foot of allowable overdepth. Total amount of material to be dredged is approximately 468,000 cubic yards. Dredged material will be placed in two separate areas: a) approximately 318,000 cy within an upland disposal facility to be constructed under this contract at Hooker's Point located approximately 2.5 miles from the dredging area; and b) approximately 150,000 cy will be placed in open water within the de-authorized Garrison Channel. The following restrictions regarding order of work will be specified for this contract: a) The first order of work under this contract will be the construction of the upland disposal facility at Hooker's Point using materials available on site; b) prior to any dredging, the relocation of oyster beds impacted by the widener must be accomplished; c) The first order of dredging work will be the construction of the underwater containment berms in the Garrison Channel; d) The second order of dredging work will be the placement of material in the Garrison Channel until it is filled to the lines and grades shown on the contract plans; and e) the final order of dredging work will be the dredging of all remaining material to the required depth with disposal in the newly constructed upland disposal area. Note: Oyster bed relocation and subsequent dredging and disposal of material in the Garrison Channel may begin prior to completion of the upland disposal area construction; however, the upland disposal area must be complete and ready for use once the Garrison Channel has been filled. Construction time is 120 calendar days. Cost estimate, $1 million to $5 million. Unrestricted. Issue date, on or about April 24, 2000. Solicitation will be issued in electronic format only. Bidders will be provided a CD-ROM at no cost. Contact: Deidra W. Cox, phone 904-232-1215; Jacksonville District, COE, P.O. Box 4970, Jacksonville, Florida 32232-0019.



DACW17-00-B-0031. Bid opening June 13, 2000. MAINTENANCE DREDGING, 12-FOOT PROJECT, VICINITY OF SAWPIT CREEK, FLORIDA, AIWW BETWEEN NORFOLK, VIRGINIA AND ST. JOHNS RIVER, FLORIDA. Remove approximately 214,000 cubic yards of dredged material from the Inner Channel and place on the beach or upland disposal area DU-2. The limits of this project represent dredging the channel to the appropriate project depth for each area plus an allowable two-foot overdepth. The following cuts are to be dredged to the appropriate project depth of 12 feet with two-foot allowable overdepth for each: Cuts 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 26A, 27, 27A, 27B, and 27C. The dredged material will be placed in either the Upland Disposal Area DU-2 or placed on the beach, depending on the area being dredged. Material in Cut 27 will be placed into the upland disposal area. Material in Cuts 21 through 26A, and 27A through 27C will be placed on the beach along the southern tip of Amelia Island. Cost estimate, $1 million to $5 million. Issue date on or about May 12, 2000. Solicitation will be issued in electronic format only. Bidders will be provided a CD-ROM at no cost. 100 percent small business setaside. The registration form is located at http://www.saj.usace.army.mil, select “Business Opportunities.” Contact: Deidra W. Cox, phone 904-232-1215, Jacksonville District, COE, P.O. Box 4970, Jacksonville, Florida 32232-0019. email: deidra.w.cox@usace.army.mil



DACW17-00-B-0028. Bid opening June 15, 2000. MAINTENANCE DREDGING, 12-FOOT PROJECT, BARGE CANAL, CANAVERAL HARBOR. Removal of approximately 207,000 cubic yards of shoal material from the Canaveral Harbor Barge Canal to a required depth of 12 feet plus one foot allowable overdepth. Work also includes cleaning of an existing disposal area adjacent to the large canal, incineration of debris, and turbidity monitoring. Contractor will be required to obtain a State of Florida Gopher Tortoise Take Permit. Equipment needed would include, but not be limited to, the following: Dredge and all support equipment, bulldozer, and marine equipment for transporting bulldozers and other equipment used for clearing and incineration. Construction time is 114 calendar days. Cost estimate, $1 million to $5 million. 100 percent small business setaside. Issue date on or about May 1, 2000. Solicitation will be issued on CD-ROM at no cost. Interested offerors must register electronically. The registration form is located at http://www.saj.usace.army.mil/. (Select Business Opportunities.) Contact: Barbara Byam, contract specialist, 904-232-1120; Jacksonville District, COE, P.O. Box 4970, Jacksonville, Florida 32232-0019. Website: http://www.saj.usace.army.mil; email: Barbara.V.Byam@usace.army.mil



DACW17-00-B-0024. Bid opening June 29, 2000. MAINTENANCE DREDGING, 24-FOOT PROJECT, ENTRANCE CHANNEL AND TURNING BASIN, ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA. Issue date: May 19, 2000. Remove approximately 600,000 cubic yards of shoal material from Cut-A; Outer Cut; Entrance Channel; Turning Basin; Cut-B; Bayboro Harbor Basin; Salt Creek; and the U.S. Coast Guard Basin. The quantity may include a minor amount of natural bottom material which may be removed from within the allowable overdepth. All dredged material will be placed on the beach disposal area located along the northwest side of Egmont Key. The contract will also require the construction of two geotextile groins running perpendicular to the beach at the northwest corner of Egmont Key. Total length of geotextile groins to be placed will be approximately 650 feet. Equipment needed would include, but not be limited to, the following: dredge and all support equipment, bulldozer, and marine equipment for transporting bulldozers and other equipment to the beach disposal area which is accessible only by water. Construction time is 240 calendar days. Cost estimate: $5 million to $10 million. Unrestricted. Solicitation will be issued in electronic format only. Bidders will be provided a CD-ROM at no cost. Contact: Barbara Byam, 904-232-1120; Jacksonville District, COE, P.O. Box 4970, Jacksonville, FL 32232-0019



DTCG82-00-B-3WCA16. Bid opening app. August 15, 2000. DREDGE BOAT BASIN AT U.S. COAST GUARD STATION VENICE, LOUISIANA. Furnish all labor, tools, equipment and materials necessary for maintenance dredging of the boat basin to elevation 11 feet NGVD. The government estimate of dredged material to be removed is 12,000 cubic yards. Dredged material will be transported by hydraulic pipeline to an inland pond across the Tiger Pass waterway and distributed to develop wetlands for emergent flora. Cost estimate $100,000 to $250,000. Issue date, April 15, 2000. Plans will be



available for inspection at 15608 SW 117th Avenue, Miami, Florida, after they have been issued. Bid guarantee, payment and performance bonds are required. This solicitation is being issued pursuant to the Small Business Competitiveness Demonstration Program and is open to both small and large businesses participation. Fax request for a bid package to 305-278-6696. Contact: Judy Stamper, 305-278-6724, USCG Civil Engineering Unit Miami, 15608 SW 117th Ave., Miami, FL 33177-1630.



DACW17-00-R-0025 Bid opening August 25, 2000. MODIFICATIONS TO SUNNY ISLES SEGMENT, SHORE PROTECTION PROJECT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. Issue date: July 10, 2000. This segment of the Dade County Beach Erosion Control Project is being modified to have a widened beach berm and an offshore breakwater. The Base Bid area to be nourished is located at Sunny Isles and Golden Beach DNR-6 to DNR-19 (650,000 cubic yards). The Optional Bid area to be nourished is approximately 2,500 feet of the 63rd Street area of Miami Beach (300,000 cubic yards). It will have a 120-foot berm width from the Erosion Control Line (ECL) at EL 9 MLW with a foreshore slope of 1 vertical on 20 horizontal. The borrow area for this project is located offshore 15,000 feet southeast of Government Cut. Rocks are present in the borrow area and separation will be necessary. A rock disposal area is provided for disposing of rocks larger than one inch diameter. The rock disposal site is located directly offshore from Miami Beach about 8,500 feet. Rocks will not be separated from the sand on the beach. Work also includes the construction of two 375-foot offshore breakwaters, 250 feet apart, at the north end of Sunny Isles. The breakwater will lie approximately 500 feet from the seawall in eight to 11 feet of water based on a mean low water datum. The breakwater will be a segmented rubble mound structure using 3.5- to 6.5-ton armor stone on 12-inch marine mattress and filter fabric. The beach at Sunny Isles will be used for deployment. Protection of the environment, especially the existing reef system, is of paramount importance. The contractor's operations will have to be carried out in accordance with permit requirements. It is anticipated that this project may be constructed during the turtle-nesting season and precautions will have to be taken. Only Coast Guard certified vessels will be allowed to work on this project. This contract will be awarded on a "best value" basis. Evaluation factors will include: (1) technical approach; (2) past performance; (3) management plan; and (4) price. Cost estimate: more than $10 million. Documents issued on CD-ROM. Contact: Kathie Duke, 904-232-3713; Jacksonville District, PO Box 4970, Jacksonville, Florida 32232-0019.



CONTRACT AWARDS, FLORIDA



DACW17-00-C-0010 / DACW17-00-B-0012. MAINTENANCE DREDGING, 41-FOOT PROJECT, ENTRANCE CHANNEL, TRIDENT ACCESS CHANNEL, AND TRIDENT TURNING BASIN, CANAVERAL HARBOR. Awarded to Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company for $2,151,270, line items 0001 through 0004, on May 5, 2000. Contact: Griselle Gonzalez, Contract Specialist, 904-232-3972, Jacksonville District, COE, PO Box 4970, Jacksonville, Florida 32232-0019. Email: Griselle.Gonzalez@usace.army.mil



DACW17-00-C-0014 / DACW17-00-B-0040. KISSIMMEE RIVER PROJECT, CONTRACT 2B, CANAL ENLARGEMENTS AND LOCAL LEVEE MODIFICATIONS, OSCEOLA AND POLK COUNTIES. Awarded to Herve Cody for $6,927,800.



GEORGIA



DACW21-00-B-0007. Bid opening Feb. 18, 2000, 3 p.m. ADVANCE MAINTENANCE WIDENER CONSTRUCTION DREDGING, BRUNSWICK GEORGIA. New work dredging along the north bank of the Brunswick Harbor Entrance Channel between Stations -14+000 to -15+000 and -22+000 to -28+000. Dredging will consist of approximately 500,000 cubic yards of material with an option to dredge an additional 74,000 cy adjacent to the project. The project will construct an advance maintenance widener for the channel 100 feet wide to depth of -32 feet mlw, with a 1(V) on 5(H) side slope between the stations listed above. Materials expected to be encountered consist of predominantly sands, some silts and clays. All dredged material will be placed in nearshore disposal areas adjacent to the entrance channel. Cost estimate, $1 million to $2 million. Unrestricted. Network Analysis System will be required. Cost estimate: $1 million to $2 million. Solicitation to be issued in electronic format only, and will be available on the Internet at http://www.sas/usace.army.mil/ebs/. Amendments will be posted on the Internet at this address, also. Requests for solicitation packages must be made in writing no later than December 27, 1999. Requests may be faxed to 912-652-5828. Documents will be issued on a first come, first served basis, one set per firm. Contact Sandra B. Meyers, Savannah District, COE, 100 West Oglethorpe Avenue, Savannah, GA 31401-3640. Phone: 912-652-5324.



Email: sandra.b.meyers@sas02.usace.army.mil



MARYLAND



DTCG83-00-B-3WF233. MAINTENANCE DREDGING AT USCG STATION ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND. Provide all labor, materials, equipment, supervision and transportation required for dredging approximately 20,000 cubic yards of material from Fishing Creek Channel and from the Coast Guard Station to Day Marker #2 to provide a depth of 10 feet below MLW and a width of 40 feet. Provide an itemized cost for mobilization of barge, dredge, cranes, and miscellaneous required heavy equipment. Additional item is to provide price for additional dredging. The period of performance is 90 days after Notice to Proceed. Cost estimate, $250,000 to $500,000. Unrestricted. Due date for bids will be not less than 30 days after bid issuance. Register to receive plans via the following websites: http://www.eps.gov or http://www.uscg.mil/mlclant/ceucleveland. Any amendments issued to this solicitation will be posted solely on these websites. Contact: Audrey Overholt, Contract Specialist, phone 216-902-6217, fax 216-902-6277/78; email aoverholt@ceucleveland.uscg.mil; United States Coast Guard (USCG), Commanding Officer, USCG Civil Engineering Unit Cleveland, 1240 East 9th Street, Cleveland, OH, 44199-2060.



NORTH CAROLINA



DACW54-00-B-0006. NEW bid opening May 9, 2000. Issue date April 5, 2000. WILMINGTON HARBOR - 96 ACT, BALDHEAD SHOAL CHANNEL DREDGING, STA. 120+00 - 355+00. Construct a new channel east of the existing Wilmington Harbor Ocean Bar Channel alignment. The work will require removal and disposal of material to provide a channel depth of -44 feet mean lower low water (MLLW) plus two feet of allowable overdepth over a distance of 23,500 feet. Material deposited from previous Wilmington Harbor dredging and disposal operations will be encountered where the new channel passes through the Wilmington Ocean Dredged Material Disposal Site (ODMDS). Disposal of all dredged material will be in another area within the ODMDS. The total quantity, including allowable overdepth, is estimated to be about seven million cubic yards. Cost estimate, more than $10 million. Unrestricted. Note: Plans and specs for this project will be issued on CD-ROM at no charge. Money will be returned to contractors who have already paid for the documents. Contact: Danny Kissam, phone 910-251-4424; Wilmington District, Corps of Engineers, P.O. Box 1890,



Wilmington, NC 28402-1890.



DACW54-00-B-0007. Bid opening May 31, 2000. WILMINGTON HARBOR, NC-96 ACT, STATION 60+00 LOWER BRUNSWICK CHANNEL TO STATION 55+00 KEG ISLAND CHANNEL DREDGING. Issue date, April 5, 2000. Contact Danny Kissam, contract specialist, phone 910-251-4424, Wilmington District, COE, P.O. Box 1890, Wilmington, NC 28402-1890.



DACW54-00-B-0009. Bid opening June 19, 2000. MAINTENANCE DREDGING IN MANTEO (SHALLOWBAG) BAY, NORTH CAROLINA (OREGON INLET OCEAN BAR). Maintenance Dredging approximately 300,000 cubic yards of material using a self-propelled hopper dredge, with near shore disposal. Work must be completed within 90 calendar days after contractor receipt of Notice to Proceed. Cost estimate: $1 million to $5 million. Unrestricted. Issue date May 19, 2000. Plans and specifications available on CD-ROM only at no cost. Requests for solicitation documents should be addressed to: USAED, Wilmington, PO BOX 1890, Wilmington, NC 28402-1890, Attn: Oweita Freeman, or fax request to Ms. Freeman at 910-251-4965. A large business receiving this contract must comply with FAR 52.219-9 regarding the requirement for a small business subcontracting plan. Contact: Diane Greene, phone 910-251-4410; Wilmington District, Corps of Engineers, P.O. Box 1890, Wilmington, NC 28402-1890. Website: www.saw.usace.army.mil



SOUTH CAROLINA



The Charleston District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has moved to 4600 Goer Drive, North Charleston, SC 29406. All phone numbers have changed.



VIRGINIA



Due March 7, 2000. SOURCES SOUGHT FOR PROJECT ENTITLED OFFSHORE BREAKWATERS, FORT STORY, VIRGINIA. Approximately 30 responses were received from reliable small businesses with the equipment and availability to perform this job. Therefore, Jack Beecher, deputy for small business for the Norfolk District, Corps of Engineers, is recommending that this project be advertised as a 100 percent small business setaside. Advertising date is in the early summer. The project consists of constructing a stone breakwater system to protect approximately 5,500 linear feet of shoreline at Fort Story. The eight stone breakwaters are conceptually designed with a 250-foot length and a gap spacing of 350 feet using a four-ton uniform stone. The work will involve some sand replenishment, which will call for dredging or trucking or both. Cost estimate: $5 million to $7 million. Solicitation date July 2000. Contact: Jack Beecher, Norfolk District Corps of Engineers, 803 Front Street, Norfolk, VA 23510-1096. Email: jack.beecher@usace.army.mil



DACW65-00-B-0003. Bid opening April 11, 2000. MAINTENANCE DREDGING, TANGIER CHANNELS AND BASIN, ACCOMACK COUNTY. Maintenance dredging of the channel to Tangier Sound to a depth of nine feet MLLW, the channel to Chesapeake Bay to a depth of eight feet MLLW, and the basin to a depth of 8 feet MLLW, each with one foot of allowable overdepth. The work, including allowable overdepth and estimated accretion to May 1, 2000, involves dredging approximately 65,000 cubic yards of material to be transported and deposited in the government-furnished shoreline placement site by hydraulic pipeline. Cost estimate: $50,000 to $500,000. Duration of construction is 50 calendar days. 100 percent small business set aside. Solicitation will be available on CD-ROM only at no charge and is limited to 1 copy per firm. Contact: Sarah T. Pieczonka, phone 757-441-7551; email: sarah.t.pieczonka@usace.army.mil; Norfolk District, Corps of Engineers, Attn: CENAO-CT, 803 Front Street, Norfolk, Virginia 23510-1096.



DACW65-00-B-0004. Bid opening June 6, 2000. MAINTENANCE DREDGING AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS, JAMES RIVER. Maintenance dredging and disposal of dredged material by hydraulic dredge and pipeline at various locations on the James River. The contract will be awarded as an Indefinite Quantity Contract; task orders will be issued for various locations on the James River. The initial contract ordering period will be one year, with options for four additional periods. Total awards during each ordering period are not expected to exceed $1 million. Construction time for each task order, as well as the specific work requirements for the respective dredging and material placement operations, will be indicated in the individual task orders. The contractor will provide all necessary plant and equipment capable of dredging to depths of 27 feet below mean low water, and pumping dredged material at distances as far as 13,500 feet. The contractor will be required to use and maintain government-furnished placement sites for all dredged material on this contract. A pre-bid conference will be held on May 3, 2000 in the 3rd Floor Conference Room at the Norfolk District, Corps of Engineers, 803 Front Street, Norfolk, VA 23510-1096. The purpose of this conference is to answer questions from potential bidders concerning the solicitation and contract requirements. Questions may be submitted in writing to the contracting office representative POC prior to the conference. The solicitation will be provided in an electronic format, (compact disk and/or Internet) free of charge to all registered plan holders. Notification of amendments may be made by fax, floppy disk, compact disk and/or postings to the Internet. Bidders will be responsible for monitoring the Internet for amendments. Interested firms may view and/or download the solicitation on or after April 5, 2000 from the District website:



http://www.nao.usace.army.mil/Ebs/Asp/AdvertisedSolicitations.asp. Request the solicitation compact disk by registering at this site as a planholder. Contact: Charlotte Hofstetter, phone 757-441-7136, Norfolk District, COE, Attn: CENAO-CT, 803 Front Street, Norfolk, VA 23510-1096.



NORTH CENTRAL



ILLINOIS



DACW27-00-B-0017. Bid opening April 25, 2000. MAINTENANCE DREDGING, WAUKEGAN HARBOR. Maintenance and advance maintenance dredging of approximately 50,000 cubic yards of material from the outer harbor, Waukegan Harbor, Illinois. Cost estimate, $250,000 to $500,000. 100 percent small business setaside. Plans and specs available on CD-ROM or by download from the Internet. Contact Contract Specialist Tom Dickert, phone 502-625-7531; or technical contact Felicia Kirksey, phone 312-353-6400, ext. 3028; Louisville District, COE, 600 M.L. King, Jr. Pl., Room 821, Louisville, KY 40202-2230.



Website: http://www.lrl.usace.army.mil.



KENTUCKY



DACW27-00-B-0023. Bid opening June 7, 2000. DREDGING OF LICKING RIVER AND APPROACHES TO SPECIFIED LAUNCHING RAMPS. Furnish, transport, and operate one small (approximately 10 inch) cutterhead dredge for maintenance dredging of various locations on the Ohio River, Locks 1 and 2 on the Green River, and two locations on the lower Licking River. The contract will be for one base year and four option years. Issue date approximately May 8, 2000, and the last day for receipt of bids will be approximately June 7, 2000, 1:30 p.m. local time. Small business setaside. Cost estimate, $100,000 to $250,000. This project is subject to availability of funds (SAF). Documents available on the Internet only. Project files are portable document format (PDF) files and can be viewed, navigated, or printed using Adobe Acrobat Reader. The drawing files are in CAL format and can be viewed, navigated, or printed using source view reader. Both readers are contained in the solicitation package. To register as a plan holder go to Internet site



http://www.lrl.usace.army.mil/ebs. Contact for technical questions: Robert VanHoff, phone 502-582-6582; contracting questions: Dana Craig (502)625-7633. Louisville District COE, 600 M.L. King, Jr. Pl., Room 821, Louisville, KY 40202-2230.



MICHIGAN



N68950-00-R-0200. Due February 28, 2000. ENVIRONMENTAL JOB ORDER CONTRACT, GREAT LAKES, ILLINOIS. Proposals have been received, and the contract will be awarded in June. Contact Judy Honold, 847-688-2600, ext. 171, honoldja@pwcgl.navfac.navy.mil. CO ENGFLDACT MW, 201 Decatur Avenue, Great Lakes, IL 60088-5600.



DACW35-00-B-0015. Bid opening April 21, 2000. FY00 MAINTENANCE DREDGING AT MENOMINEE HARBOR. Work consists of, but is not limited to, furnishing all plant, labor, and material and equipment necessary to remove and dispose of approximately 17,000 cubic yards of dredged material. Cost estimate, $100,000 to $250,000. 100 percent small business setaside. Estimated completion peiod is 30 days after receipt of Notice to Proceed. Contact: Bill Bruss, phone 313-226-3648; Detroit District, COE, 477 Michigan Ave, Detroit, MI 48226.



DTCG83-00-Q-3WF173. Due app. April 22, 2000. DREDGE BASIN/ENTRANCE CHANNEL AT USCG STATION ST. CLAIR SHORES, ST. CLAIR SHORES. Provide all labor, material, equipment, transportation and supervision required to remove approximately 700 cy of rock/stone and relocate to banks adjacent the entrance road as shown on drawings. All rock/stone shall be rinsed of existing vegetation prior to placement. Any miscellaneous concrete removed from channel containing steel rebar shall be disposed of as construction debris in a certified landfill. Remove approximately 1670 cy of mixed clay, sand, silt, and gravel within area shown on drawings and dispose of material at the USACE Dickinson Island Confined Disposal Facility according to all local, state and federal regulations. Take before and after dredging soundings and compute the dredge quantity. Unit Work Items: Remove up to 1000 cy of mixed clay, sand, silt, and gravel within area shown on drawings and dispose of material at the USACE Dickinson Island Confined Disposal Facility according to all local, state and federal regulations. Cost estimate, $25,000 to $100,000. Unrestricted. Performance period: 60 days after receipt of Notice to Proceed. All relevant solicitation documents, including specifications and drawings will be available for download exclusively from the Internet on approximately March 25, 2000. Access the U.S. Coast Guard Civil Engineering Unit Cleveland website at: http://www.uscg.mil/mlclant/ceucleveland or GSA's Electronic Posting System (EPS) website at: http://www.eps.gov. Any amendments issued to this solicitation will be posted solely on these websites. Contact: Brian Jarrell, contract specialist, Phone 216-902-6220, fax 216-902-6277, email BJarrell@ceucleveland.uscg.mil. United States Coast Guard Civil Engineering Unit Cleveland, 1240 East 9th Street, Cleveland, OH, 44199-2060.



DACW35-00-B-0017. Bid opening May 31, 2000. BIG SUAMICO MAINTENANCE DREDGING. Remove approximately 35,000 cy within critical shoaling areas and all related work. Cost estimate, $100,000 to $500,000. 100 percent Hubzone setaside. No charge for solicitation documents. Contact: Deborah Butler, phone 313-226-6474; Detroit District, COE, 477 Michigan Ave, Detroit, MI 48226.



DACW35-00-B-0008. Not yet issued. Bid opening to be announced. SAGINAW RIVER MAINTENANCE DREDGING. Dredge approximately 138,000 cubic yards of material and all related work. 100 percent small business setaside. Cost estimate: $500,000 to $1 million. Solicitation documents will be issued in Electronic Bid Set (EBS) format on compact disc at no charge. Contact: Deborah McColla-Butler, phone 313-226-6474. Detroit District, COE, 477 Michigan Ave, Detroit, MI 48226.



DTCG83-00-B-3WF097. USCG STATION SAGINAW, MICHIGAN RENOVATE BUILDING FOR ATON PERSONNEL, UPGRADE BUSL VESSEL MOORINGS AND WIDEN DRIVEWAY. Provide all labor, materials, equipment, transportation and supervision required to, 1. renovate existing storage building to accommodate Station A to N personnel to include complete replacement of building wall and roof panels, construction of interior rooms, upgrading heating and electrical systems and complete in all related architectural work; 2. install electrical and water lines and connections necessary to service the 49-inch BUSL to inc

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