The Yakama Nation's Upper Columbia Habitat Restoration Project is requesting bids for construction of a Salmon Habitat Enhancement Project to be implemented adjacent to the Entiat River during the permitted in-water work window of July 16th-July 31st. The project will involve all work elements and specifications found in the Project Plans attached to the Request for Bids announcement.
To create a bid for the Entiat 3-D LWM Revisited Project please download the Entiat_3-D LWM Revisited_Construction_Bid_Packet.pdf file from this webpage and follow the directions provided.
This project has adopted by reference in the Engineer's Planset the 2014 Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) Standard Specifications for Road, Bridge, and Municipal Construction. Please download a digital copy of the WSDOT_Standard_Specs_Manual-2014.pdf file from this webpage for reference when producing your bids.
Please note that bids will be due in Toppenish by Close of Business, 5 pm, Thursday April 27th, 2017, in hardcopy form. Only hand deliveries and/or mail parcel delivery service submittals will be accepted.
If you are interested in an award for this contract please attend the only pre-bid site visit scheduled on Tuesday April 11th, 2017, at 1:00 pm at the Preston Pit location, located at Entiat River Road mile 22.5. This site visit will be conducted by Yakama Nation Fisheries Habitat Biologist Christopher Clemons, who is the project manager. Bids should be mailed, parcel delivered, or hand delivered to:
Attn: Jackie Olney
RE: Entiat 3-D LWM Revisited Project
PO Box 151
Toppenish, WA. 98948
(Shipping address: 401 Fort Road, Toppenish, WA. 98948)
- Davis Bacon Wages apply to this contract. The winning contractor will adhere to the Davis Bacon rules and comply and submit all necessary paperwork to the Yakama Nation.
- The Yakama Nation is exempt from state taxes on this project. Please see the attached Treaty Fishery Exempt Cover Letter and Treaty Fishery Exempt Certificate. The winning contractor will receive signed copies for their records.
The goals of this project are to add instream structural complexity and diversity for listed salmonids in the upper Entiat River, WA. This work will complement the work that was completed in 2012 and will add additional habitat as well as increasing the riparian footprint at these locations.
The plan of this project is to add additional complexity to an existing Engineered Log Structure (ELS) #2 that was completed in 2012 as well as add some additional complexity and diversity instream at several locations downstream of existing ELS #3. The in-water work window for this project is July 16th - July 31st.
The rationale for doing this project is to address the ecological concerns for this stretch of the Entiat River as defined by the Regional Technical Team or RTT. Those concerns were to add instream structural complexity and diversity in the form of wood structures.