WSDOT – New WSDOT Contract Opportunities April 15, 2024:

Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT)

April 15, 2024:

An updated call for bids with new contract opportunities have been posted.

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Design-Build Projects – Advertisement Information:

Contract 9920 – Gorst Vicinity – Remove Fish Barriers – proposals due 4/18/2024

Contract 9951 – SR 16, Goodnough Creeks & McCormick Creeks – Remove Fish Barrier proposals due 8/14/2024

Contract XE3424 – I-5, Secret Creek – Fish Passage best value determination 5/1/2024

Contract XE3423 – I-90 & SR 900 Fish Passage proposals due 5/1/2024

Contract XE3452 – I-5 Yesler Way to Northgate Way Vic. Pavement, Deck, Joints, and Drainage best value determination 4/17/2024

Contract XE3456 – SR 169 & SR 509 Fish Passage proposals due 5/22/2024

Contract XE3476 – SR 161 to SR 410 – Rebuild Interchange Project proposals due 6/28/2024

Contract XE3480 – I-5/US-12/SR 507 Thurston, Grays Harbor, & Pierce Co – Remove Fish Barriers updated pre-advertisement posted 3/6/2024

Contract XE3503 – SR 112, E Fork Whiskey Creek – Remove Fish Barriers pre-advertisement notice posted 1/2/2024

Contract 9634 – I-5, E Fork Lewis River Bridge NB – Replace Bridge statement of qualifications due 4/11/2024

Contract XE3507 – I-5 & SR 539, Baker Creek & Spring Creek – Fish Passage pre-advertisement posted 2/6/2024

University of Washington – RFQ – 208606 UWMC NW MOB Gamma Knife – Due 4/23/24

Due Date: April 23, 3 PM

The University of Washington Facilities (UWF) Project Delivery Group is soliciting Statements of Qualifications (SOQ) from qualified design-build firms to design and construct the UWMC NW MOB Gamma Knife project.

Pre-Submittal Meeting: A representative from each design-build firm that intends to submit a SOQ is strongly encouraged to attend and sign-in at the pre-submission meeting schedule for 2:00 PM, April 9, 2024

Project Description: This project installs a new gamma knife in a space that was previously a functioning gamma knife clinic on the ground floor of the Medical Office Building on the University of Washington Medical Center Northwest campus. This space is licensed with DOH and will continue to be licensed. The project will create space for the Gamma Knife program, including patient care requirements to include treatment vault, exam and procedure rooms, staff workspace, clean and soiled utility rooms and storage for masks, frames, and other equipment. The project will include updated finishes in the space and will need to meet today’s FGI and AHJ requirements.

The project budget is $6 million. The University’s target budget for all work to be provided by the Design-Builder under the design-build contract is $4.6 million exclusive of Washington State sales tax

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City of Tacoama – RFB – Tacoma Rail Vegetation Management – Due 04/24/24

Due Date: April 24, 11 AM

Project Scope: Tacoma Rail Vegetation Management

Estimate: $78,500

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City of Tacoma – RFB – Tree Removal and Pruning ES23-0280F – Due 04/30/24

Due Date: April 30, 11 AM

Pre-Proposal Meeting: A pre-proposal meeting will not be held.

Project Scope: The City of Tacoma (City) is soliciting bids to establish one or more contracts with qualified vendors to fulfill the City’s needs for Tree Pruning and Removal. Contract(s) will be awarded to the lowest responsive and responsible bidder(s) based on price, quality and availability. The work performed under this contract shall consist of removing trees and pruning existing trees. The work sites are located in the public rights-of-way, or City real property such as open space, urban forests, parks, and other City owned and/or operated facilities within the City of Tacoma.

Estimate: $600,000

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Absher Construction RFB – Wenatchee Valley College Center for Education & Innovation – Due 4/30/24

Due Date: April 30, 1 PM

Description: This is a 69,980 SF 2-story structure for Wenatchee Valley College for the Center for Technical Education and Innovation that is comprised largely of steel, masonry and concrete and includes classroom space as well as lab space for mechatronics, automative, welding, machining, refrigeration, natural resources, agriculture, computer technology, greenhouses, etc.
This is a Prevailing Wage project. Project Subcontracting Goals: MBE 10%, WBE 6%, SB 5%, Veteran 5%

Pre-Bid Meeting: April 16, 2024, 10:00 a.m. Contact: [email protected]


Jeremy Ackerman Lead, MEPF (509) 242-3612 [email protected]
Kurt Balmer Div. 3 (253) 446-3596 [email protected]
Abby Harnish Div. 4, 5, 6 (253) 446-3475 [email protected] 
Sam Glandon-Hall Div. 7, 8 (253) 446-3387 [email protected]
Luis De Leon Div. 9 (253) 446-3815 [email protected]
Edgar Conde Div. 10-14 (253) 446-3572 [email protected]
Riley Finnigan Div. 2, 31-33 (253) 446-3528 [email protected]


City of Tacoma – RFQ – ORCAS Operations Reporting, Control, and Analysis System PI23-0275F – Due 5/7/24

Due Date: May 7, 11 AM

Pre-Proposal Meeting: A pre-proposal meeting will not be held.

Project Scope: Tacoma Power’s logging and switching and outage management workflow capabilities are insufficient and in need of replacement. Tacoma Power also wishes to modernize with state-of-the-art reporting and analysis and other advanced capabilities. The vendor that is selected for this project will need to: Configure tool to meet the technical specification. Provide training and training documentation. Provide integrations with EMS and ADMS for switching and logging.

Estimate: $1,200,000

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Port of Tacoma – RFP – Homeless Response and Property Management 072069 – Due 5/15/24

Due: May 15, 2 PM

Procurement Summary: Through this RFP the Port will consider proposals from all qualified agencies. Under the direction of Port Security the Contractor will perform supervision with management and regular detailed reporting of locations, site visits, trespassing, encampments, outreach service coordination, assessments, responses, monitoring, proactive measures, escorting and accompaniment, and other homeless response and property management related information. It is the intent of the Port that the Homeless Response Program be managed by such a group and that group may make recommendations to the Port for tasks to be fulfilled by other non-profit and citizen groups.

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Port of Tacoma – RFQ – North Intermodal (NIM) Yard Tower Operations Relocation 2024 072111 – Due 5/21/24

Due Date: May 21, 2 PM

Procurement Summary: The Northwest Seaport Alliance (NWSA) is soliciting Statements of Qualifications (SOQ) from firms qualified and interested in providing professional consulting services for the North Intermodal (NIM) Yard Tower Operations Relocation Project. This project will relocate the current operations located at the NIM tower to an alternate location either on the NIM rail yard or at an alternate off yard location. It is anticipated that the new facility will be fully operational by December 31, 2026. The submitting firm/team shall have experience in planning, preliminary and final architectural and engineering design including (architectural, civil, structural, mechanical, plumbing, electrical and audio/visual), geotechnical investigation and design, land survey, cost estimating, scheduling, permitting, project management, environmental support, bidding support, construction support and grant administration support. All aspects of these various professions will be components of this project.

Tacoma Power – RFQ – Electrical Contractors – Prequalification – Continuous

Description: Electrical contractors or subcontractors interested in bidding on utility type work for Tacoma Power must be prequalified at the time the bid solicitation is advertised. State law also requires that prequalified contractors annually update their prequalification questionnaire. We are currently in the process of establishing the prequalification list valid for the year 2024.

Prequalification may be established any time within the calendar year. Consistent with State law (Revised Code of Washington 35.92.350), the prequalification status of electrical contractors must be confirmed before we can provide bid submittal forms to parties interested in bidding on electrical work. The City of Tacoma’s solicitation for bids will identify the contractors prequalified to perform the electrical work listed for the project. There is no fee to prequalify.

Tacoma Power will review applications to determine if the contractor has met the prequalification requirements.

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