|Project Title:||Coos County Maintenance Station|
|Issued by:||Oregon Department of Transportation view agency website|
DescriptionAgency has scheduled a pre Proposal conference on February 14, 2018, at 10:30am, to be held at the Davis Slough Maintenance Station, located at 61036 Highway 101, Coos Bay, Oregon 97420. Once the pre-proposal conference starts, Agency and attendees will travel to one additional site that is being considered for this Project. The additional site is private property and will only be accessible during this pre-proposal conference. Site observations made by the Proposer from attending the pre-proposal conference will be scored under Section 2.2.4 of this RFP and attendance is highly recommended. Proposers who do not attend the Pre-Proposal conference will receive zero points under Section 2.2.4. The purpose of the conference is to provide additional information regarding this solicitation, to gain an understanding to be able to respond to the evaluation criteria below and to answer any questions Proposers may have. Proposers are cautioned that the official RFP requirements will change only by written addenda i ssued by Agency. Agency is seeking the services of a qualified Consultant to Design a new Maintenance Station located in Coos County. (the Project). Consultant shall provide all necessary planning, design, construction support, post construction support and record drawings. The Services that Consultant shall perform for each phase of the Project are described below. The Project, when completed and if constructed in accordance with the intent established by the drawings, specifications, deliverables and other documents prepared by Consultant pursuant to this Contract, shall be structurally sound and a complete and properly functioning facility suitable for the purposes for which it is intended. Agency Region 3 (the "Region") currently has two maintenance stations and one construction office located between Coos Bay and Coquille. Existing facilities are undersized and many of the buildings are obsolete, failing, and too costly to operate. Maintenance Operations are critical to the safety and operating efficiency of the state highway system. That efficiency is threatened by the inadequate facilities that currently exist in the Coos Bay/Coquille area. The Region has concluded that the best approach is to consolidate the existing facilities into a single large facility, which will house our larger trucks, equipment, provide offices for our construction and maintenance crews. The proposed facility will be used to support Agency's highway maintenance activities on Highway 101 and Highway 42. Facility functions include equipment servicing, minor repairs, storage, fueling, de-icing, material stockpiling, office and crew areas and seismic response materials storage for the next Cascadia earthquake and tsunami event. The proposed location is convenient to Highway 101 and Highway 42 to reduce response time and eliminate the risk of operation out of a congested area. Funds have been provided for this Project as part of the Agency budget approved in the 2015-2017 legislative sessions with additional funding coming from future legislative sessions.
ContactContact Eric Spond at 1 (503) 986-2605
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