Estimator Steve Wagner 425-351-1722
Email: Swagner@Biwell.com Fax: 425-641-6941
** Apparent low! ** Washington Street pergola restoration
Seattle, WA, #2016-107; 3441 E Marginal Way S & 199 Alaskan Way S
Bids were due: 2 pm Jun 7, 2017
Estimated cost: $1.8 - $2 million
Owner: City of Seattle, Seattle WA 98104, email firstname.lastname@example.org, contact Eric Strauch
Notes: Obtain bid documents from the owner's website. Bidders must attend at least one of the two mandatory prebid meetings. Contains an 4% WMBE goal. Submit questions regarding the inclusion plan to Miguel Beltran at 206-684-4525 or Miguel.email@example.com or to Carmen Kucinski at 206-684-0188 or Carmen.firstname.lastname@example.org. Submit questions to Eric Strauch by 5 pm on the Wednesday before the bid opening.
Scope: Restore, move and reinstall the historic Washington Street boat landing pergola to the original position, including: Inside and outside finish carpentry; casting and replacement of missing structural/steel ornamentation; restoration of steel structure to meet seismic standards; restoration and installation of office panels (wood) and windows; restoration of the post bases of the columns that were cut to remove the pergola from the platform; moving the structure from Pier 25 to the waterfront; restoration of the Pier 25 site; and coordination with adjacent projects and property owners
2017 Queen Ann Branch exterior repairs, roof and chimney
Seattle, WA, #SPL-PW 2016-15; 400 W Garfield St.
Bids due: 1 pm Jun 13, 2017
Estimated cost: $381,000
Owner: Seattle Public Library, Seattle WA 98104, 206-386-4159
Architect: SHKS Architects, Seattle, WA 98103, email@example.com
Start date: Summer 2017
Completion: Fall 2017
Notes: Obtain bid documents from the city's eBid website. Submit questions in writing to the architect by 5 pm, May 31. This is a facilities type project with a past inclusion rate of 17% WMBE.
Pre-Bid: Mandatory meeting and site inspection 11 am, May 25 at project site. Meet in front of the branch.
Scope: Replace existing unbraced masonry chimney with reinforced concrete on a new concrete foundation and face brick salvaged from existing chimney to match, fiberglass skylight with an aluminum framed skylight, wood door with aluminum clad wood door, low slope membrane roofing, damaged slate tiles, roof vents, access hatch, and flashing; restore and reinstall existing terra cotta chimney pot, terra cotta coping caps; repaint terra cotta coping cap head joints and wood at underside of eaves; clean slate roof.
Seattle Public Library 2017 Fremont branch exterior repairs
Seattle, WA, #PW 2017-14; 731 N 35th St.
Bids due: 1 pm Jun 14, 2017
Estimated cost: $213,000
Owner: City of Seattle, Seattle WA 98121-1012
Architect: SHKS Architects, 1050 N 38th St., Seattle, WA 98103, 206-675-9151, fax 206-675-9150, firstname.lastname@example.org
Start date: Aug. 2017
Completion: Sept. 2017
Notes: Obtain bid documents from the owner's eBid website. Direct questions in writing to the architect by May 25.
Pre-Bid: Mandatory site tour 10 am, May 18 at the site address.
Scope: Work includes: Replace existing unbraced masonry chimney with a metal frame chimney built to match, and select exterior doors with aluminum clad wood doors built to match; repair clay tile roof, existing concrete knee wall, and masonry, including brick and terra cotta; refinish metal handrails, guardrails, ornamental screens, and exterior light fixtures; site protection; paint exterior finishes
Seattle Fire Department headquarters cladding restoration
Seattle, WA, #2016-135; 301 Second Ave. S
Bids due: 2 pm Jun 28, 2017
Estimated cost: $668,232 - $816,728; Alternate No. 1: $14,400
Owner: City of Seattle, Seattle WA 98124-4687, email email@example.com, contact Ryan Kennedy, project manager
Notes: Obtain bid documents from the city's eBid website. Email questions to the project manager by 5 pm, June 21. This is considered a structural type of project for the purposes of the inclusion plan with a past performance of 4% MWBE utilization rates based on completed projects.
Pre-Bid: Meeting and site inspection 1 pm, June 15 at the project site.
Scope: The project will address the deterioration of steel shelf angles caused by excessive moisture infiltration through the cast stone panels and mortar joints. Additionally, the cast stone veneer facade will be re-pointed and sealed to mitigate water intrusion on this historic structure. A high level of rehabilitation treatment of the historic materials will apply to the work of this project. All work has been conceptually approved by the Pioneer Square Preservation board (PSPB). Any deviations from the documents must be reviewed and approved by the PSPB in advance of undertaking the work. The owner intends to promote and carry out sustainable design and construction practices which preserve landscape, conserve energy, use materials efficiently, enhance environmental quality, and safeguard water. The project location and vicinity is in a high pedestrian and traffic area. Other private and public projects in the general vicinity may include detours throughout the project duration. Alternate: At three locations, remove cast stone balustrades to replace steel lintels.
Magnuson Park Building 11 seismic retrofit
Seattle, WA, #2017-053; 7777 62nd Ave. NE
Bids due: 2 pm Jun 28, 2017
Estimated cost: $429,972 (Base Bid)
Owner: City of Seattle Parks & Recreation, Seattle WA 98134-1336, email Chris Mueller@seattle.gov, contact Chris Mueller, project manager
Notes: Obtain bid documents from the owner's eBid website. Direct questions to the owner by June 22. This is considered a structural type of project with a past performance of 4% MWBE utilization rates for purposes of the inclusion plan.
Pre-Bid: Meeting and site inspection 10:30 am, June 20 at Magnuson Park Building 11. Meet outside on the east side of the building.
Scope: Work includes: Install new structural connections and members, modify existing structural connections, remove existing slab to access and install wall to footing ties, demolish partition walls and finishes, remove and replace ceiling tiles as required to access structural work, remove and reinstall electrical outlets, equipment and other ancillary devices, install new shearwall systems and wall finish materials, and repair, paint and restore building. The building will be occupied during construction