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 email@example.com, 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.firstname.lastname@example.org or to Carmen Kucinski at 206-684-0188 or Carmen.email@example.com. 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
Bothell Library reroofing and HVAC equipment replacement
Bothell, WA; 18215 98th Ave. NE
Bid date: 1 pm May 9, 2017
Addenda: prebid sign in (04/25)
Public notice: 348087
Owner: King Cty Library System, Service Center, 960 Newport Way NW, Issaquah WA 98027, 425-369-3200
Architect: F. E. Tompkins Architecture PS, PO Box 344, Preston, WA 98050, Gene Tompkins.
Scope: Partially reroof at two low slope rooftop mechanical equipment wells, and replace six HVAC roof top units within the wells.
Seattle Public Library 2017 Fremont branch exterior repairs
Seattle, WA, #PW 2017-14; 731 N 35th St.
Bid date: 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
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
Airport Way Center Building E - Envelope improvements
2203 Airport Way South Seattle, WA, Contract #2016-137
Estimated cost: $182,570 - $223,140; $26,892 - $32,866 (Alt 1).
Scope: Main project work includes: Replace storefront with a new thermally broken aluminum storefront system that includes new flashing, sealant joints at concrete panels around the building, and exterior light fixtures; provide a parapet handrail for fall protection. Alternate No. 1 work includes: Remove and replace the south side main entry storefront assembly and entrance doors
T102 Harbor Marina Corporate Center roof and HVAC units
Estimated cost: $2.5 - $5 million
Owner: Port of Seattle Central Procurement Office (CPO), 2529 S 194th St., SeaTac WA 98188, 206-787-3110
Scope: Remove and replace approx 88,000 sf of existing roofing at the Harbor Marina Corporate Center (HMCC) at Terminal 102. The HMCC is comprised of four buildings and has 69 existing rooftop HVAC units. Remove and replace 14 HVAC units; and raise the remaining 55 HVAC units. Perform regulated material abatement. Provide all re-roofing work at all roofs as indicated including complete roof system replacement, raising all mechanical roof top units by extending existing curbs so that curbs are a minimum of 12" in height from finished roof surface. Mechanical rooftop work includes extension of all ducts, wiring and appurtenances to accommodate work. Extend parapets; provide all sheet metal flashings; replace gas lines and meters; replace electrical wiring and conduits as indicated; replace all hot stack vents and provide a full fall protection system. Contractor personnel must have a valid TWIC to work in these restricted areas.