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is seeking qualified WBEs, SBEs, MWBEs

Project Name

SR 96 North Creek Fish Passage


Bid/Contract #

22A022


Awarding Agency

Washington Department of Transportation


Project Location

Snohomish County, Snohomish County, WA


Bid Date

11/16/2022 at 11:00


Project Details

Skanska USA Civil West California District Inc. is interested in soliciting in Good Faith all subcontractors as well as certified DBE firms for this project.

SR 96 North Creek Fish Passage in
Snohomish County, WA10068.
Plans and Specifications are available through registering on our plan site at:

https://app.buildingconnected.com/projects/634f4444b0ee720079ee11eb/bid-packages

Bid Date is November 2, 2022, but please have all quotes submitted by end of business October 31, 2022.

Requested scopes include, but are not limited to the following and should be based on Contract and its amendments:

Clearing and grubbing, removing the existing culvert, roadway/structure excavation and restoring the existing roadway and stream channel, constructing fish way structure-placing a precast reinforced concrete three sided structure, constructing wing walls, a drainage system relocation, grading, gravel barrow, crushed
surfacing base course, HMA paving, pavement marking, concrete pavement, moment slab,
guardrail, roadside restoration, traffic control, erosion control, temporary stream diversion,
temporary erosion and sediment control.


Skanska is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is requesting quotes from all qualified subcontractors and suppliers. All interested subcontractors, efforts to provide MWBE opportunities are encouraged in accordance with these Specifications. The Contracting Agency has established the following two voluntary goals: Minority-10% & Women-6%. All interested subcontractors, please indicate all lower tier SBE/VOB participation offered on your quotation as it will be evaluated with your price. Skanska will assist qualified subcontractors, vendors, & suppliers in obtaining bonding, lines of credit, insurance, necessary equipment, materials and/or supplies. If you are a SBE/VOB firm, please provide your certification letter with your proposal; Skanska will also review breaking out scope packages and adjusting schedules to help permit maximum participation. when feasible. Skanska’s insurance requirements are Commercial General Liability (GL): $1M ea. occ., $1M personal injury, $2M products & completed operations agg. & general agg.; $1M Auto Liability; $5M Excess/Umbrella and $1M Workers Comp. Endorsements and waivers required are the Additional Insured End., Primary Wording End., & a Waiver of Subrogation (GL & WC). Other insurance requirements may be necessary per scope or RFP requirement. Subcontractors may be required to furnish performance & payment bonds in the full amount of their subcontract by an admitted surety & subject to approval by Skanska. Quotations must be valid for the same duration as specified by the Owner for contract award. Conditions or exceptions in Subcontractor’s quote are expressly rejected unless accepted in writing. Skanska is signatory to the Operating Engineers, Laborers, Cement Masons, & Carpenters Unions. Subcontractors must provide weekly, one original and one copy of all certified payrolls, including non-performance and fringe benefit statements if required by law or by the Prime Contract.

Skanska USA Civil West California District is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer
Estimating Department: 1995 Agua Mansa Rd, Riverside, CA 92509
Phone: (951) 684-5360
Lead Estimator: Thomas Hamblin Email: bids.socal@skanska.com

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Outreach Coordinator

Marissa Danbo


Telephone

(951) 684-5360


Fax

(000) 000-0000

Address

1995 Agua Mansa Road
Riverside, CA 92509


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