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Southcoast Region Bid Calendar

As of: Sun Dec 21, 2014 at 04:29 AM AKST


Unless otherwise noted, Time of Bid Opening 2:00 P.M. Prevailing Time.
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CENTRAL REGION: Conference Room, Aviation Building, 4111 Aviation Ave., Anchorage, AK (907)269-0400
NORTHERN REGION: Main Conference Room, Room 204, 2301 Peger Rd., Fairbanks, AK (907)451-2247
SOUTHCOAST REGION: Conference Room, 6860 Glacier Highway, Juneau, AK (907)465-4488

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  • PSG HAUGEN DRIVE AND BIKE PATH IMP. & NORDIC DR. REFURBISHMENT Plan Holders List
    Project# / Federal#: 69518 / 0938004
    Region: Southcoast
    Bid Opening Date: 12/23/2014
    Advertise Date: 11/26/2014
    Description: 69518 PSG: Haugen Drive and Bike Path Improvements

    Rehabilitate the pavement on Haugen Drive from Nordic Drive to 8th Street. Construct new sidewalk from 8th Street to 12th Street on the north side and from 8th Street to the existing paved path on the south side. Replace existing sidewalks, curb and gutter, signage, and storm drain system components as needed. Install new electrolier and two flashing school beacons.

    Construct new asphalt shared use path from the approximate terminus of the existing path at the airport to Sandy Beach Road. Install new culverts or slip line existing culverts as needed.

    Major work items for the basic bid include approximately 2,000 tons of ATB, 1,000 tons of Asphalt Concrete, 150 tons of Asphalt Cement, PG 58-28, 8,400 square yards of pavement removal, 2,800 square yards of sidewalk removal and replacement, and 5,200 linear feet of curb and gutter removal and replacement.

    68048 PSG: Nordic Drive Refurbishment: Haugen Drive to Ferry Terminal

    Rehabilitate the pavement on Nordic Drive from Haugen Drive to the Ferry Terminal. Replace existing guardrail, sidewalks, and curb and gutter. Replace or construct approximately 5 culverts and 7 inlets. Improve drainage by cleaning existing storm drain system and replacing selected inlet frames and grates. Major work Items include approximately 5,000 tons of ATB, 2.500 tons of Asphalt Concrete, 400 tons of Asphalt Cement, PG 58-28, 21,000 square yards of pavement removal, 4,500 square yards of sidewalk, and 8,200 linear feet of curb and gutter. The Petersburg Borough is including utility work through a Reimbursable Services Agreement that includes the relocation of a sewer force main and replacement of an existing sewer gravity main.

    DBE Goals(%): 12.4
    On the Job Trainees/Apprentices (item 645): 3 Hours: 1,500
    Engineer's Estimate Range: $5,000,000 to $10,000,000
    Addenda & Notices:
    11/26/2014: 2004 Standard Specifications for Highway Construction (1838 KB)
    Standard Specs used in conjunction with the Specification Books above.
    11/26/2014: Bid Specifications (25218 KB)
    11/26/2014: Bid Plans (57872 KB)
    11/26/2014: Bid Packet (445 KB)
    11/26/2014: Notice To Bidders (789KB)
    12/5/2014: Addendum #1 (4577 KB)
    12/11/2014: Addendum #2 (15 KB)
    12/17/2014: Addendum #3 (11 KB)
    12/18/2014: Addendum #4 (827 KB)
    12/19/2014: Addendum #5 (18 KB)

  • PRINCE RUPERT FERRY TERMINAL REPLACEMENT Plan Holders List
    Project# / Federal#: 68531 / 9500122
    Region: Southcoast
    Bid Opening Date: 1/6/2015
    Advertise Date: 11/6/2014
    Description: This project consists of the removal and replacement of the Prince Rupert ferry terminal facility that is presently owned by the Prince Rupert Port Authority and utilized by Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS) ferries. The work includes: Demolition and removal of all existing marine terminal structures, including timber mooring dolphins, timber transfer bridge, cable bridge lift system, and associated steel catwalks and other features; and construction of a new, modern ferry terminal facility encompassing steel-pile mooring dolphins, steel transfer bridge, concrete bridge abutment, steel bridge support float system, steel catwalks and other items including electrical system and potable water utilities.

    This work is funded by the United States Government through the Federal Highway Administration and the State of Alaska, Department of Transportation & Public Facilities. All iron and steel products associated with this project are subject to the provisions of the Buy America Provisions, US Code of Federal Regulations, 23 CFR 635.410. Reference Section 106-1.01 of the Special Provisions.

    The ferry terminal facility shall remain fully operational for scheduled AMHS ferry service except during the authorized terminal closure period. Reference Section 202-3.10 of the Special Provisions.

    DBE Goals(%): 0.0
    On the Job Trainees/Apprentices (item 645): None
    Engineer's Estimate Range: $10,000,000 to $20,000,000
    Addenda & Notices:
    11/6/2014: 2004 Standard Specifications for Highway Construction (1838 KB)
    Standard Specs used in conjunction with the Specification Books below.
    11/6/2014: Specifications Book(35947 KB)
    11/6/2014: Plan Sheets(35947 KB)
    11/6/2014: Bid Packet(35947 KB)
    11/6/2014: Geotechnical Report(9424 KB)
    11/6/2014: Existing Photos 2009(6100 KB)
    11/6/2014: Existing Plans(59535 KB)
    11/20/2014: Addendum #1 (607 KB)
    11/24/2014: Addendum #2 (7026 KB)
    11/25/2014: Addendum #3 (21 KB)
    12/5/2014: Addendum #4 (10 KB)
    12/8/2014: Addendum #5 (1948 KB)
    12/15/2014: Addendum #6 (666 KB)
    12/16/2014: Addendum #7 (13 KB)

  • JNU GLACIER HWY MULTI-USE SEPARATED PATH Plan Holders List
    Project# / Federal#: 69500 / 0933037
    Region: Southcoast
    Bid Opening Date: 1/8/2015
    Advertise Date: 12/10/2014
    Description: The project will construct a new multi-use pathway along the north side of Glacier Highway at Engineer's Cutoff to UAS. The multi-use pathway will terminate at the UAS pedestrian bridge near Auke Lake. This project will also include paving of the Auke Lake Wayside parking lot and construction of two water quality treatment basins with associated drainage improvements.
    DBE Goals(%): 2.5
    On the Job Trainees/Apprentices (item 645): None
    Engineer's Estimate Range: $2,500,000 to $5,000,000
    Addenda & Notices:
    12/10/2014: 2004 Standard Specifications for Highway Construction (1838 KB)
    Standard Specs used in conjunction with the Specification Books above.
    12/10/2014: Bid Specifications (3484 KB)
    12/10/2014: Bid Plans (13251 KB)
    12/10/2014: Bid Packet (329 KB)
    12/10/2014: Combined Cross Section Drawings (2849 KB)
    12/10/2014: Appendix C Erosion & Sediment Control Plan Supplemental Information (41055 KB)
    12/19/2014: Addendum #1 (693 KB)

  • POW HYDABURG ROAD PAVEMENT REHABILITATION Plan Holders List
    Project# / Federal#: 67576 / 0913006
    Region: Southcoast
    Bid Opening Date: 1/8/2015
    Advertise Date: 11/28/2014
    Description: Resurface Hydaburg Highway from Cedar Street (MP 0) to the intersection with Klawock-Hollis Highway (MP 22.5). Pulverize the existing chip seal and construct a crushed asphalt base course and a chip seal wearing surface. Dig out the existing road base and reconstruct in select locations. Replace or slip line deteriorated culverts. Remove and reconstruct bridge rail, and place waterproofing membrane on twelve bridges. Remove and replace guardrail. Replace signs and pavement markings.
    DBE Goals(%): 3.5
    On the Job Trainees/Apprentices (item 645): 2 Hours: 111
    Engineer's Estimate Range: $10,000,000 to $20,000,000
    Addenda & Notices:
    11/28/2014: 2004 Standard Specifications for Highway Construction (1838 KB)
    Standard Specs used in conjunction with the Specification Books above.
    11/28/2014: Bid Specifications (6315 KB)
    11/28/2014: Bid Plans (38517 KB)
    11/28/2014: Bid Packet (501 KB)
    12/2/2014: Notice to Bidders- Bid Protest Letter (78 kb)