Biwell Construction, Inc.
Current Projects

City-wide pool facility renovations
Seattle, WA, #2017-104

Bids due: 2 pm Jun 27, 2018 Rebid.
Estimated cost: $4.9 million
Owner: City of Seattle Parks & Recreation, Seattle WA 98134, email, contact Toby Ressler, park project manager








WSRU IPU dialysis unit repairs
Monroe, WA, #2018-331 G (1-1)

Bids due: 3 pm Aug 2, 2018
Estimated cost: $380,000 - $420,000
Owner: Wash State Dept of Corrections, 7345 Linderson Way SW, PO Box 41112, Olympia, WA 98504-1112, Tumwater WA 98501, contact Shawn Mill, project manager
Printer: Alpha Graphics, 705 Fourth Ave. E, Olympia, WA 98506, 360-956-1020, fax 360-956-3117,
Architect: KMB Architects, 906 Columbia St. SW, Suite 400, Olympia, WA 98501, 360-352-8883, Bob Maben,
Pre-Bid: Mandatory walk-through 10:30 am, July 17 at Monroe Correctional Complex, Plant Maintenance Office, 16550 177th Ave. SE, Monroe, WA 98272. Security clearance required to attend. Contact Joel Enbom at or 360-794-2305 by 5 pm, July 12 with full legal name DOB & last 4 digits of SSN. Contact Vicki Smith at 360-794-2702 for directions to the site




King County MRJC detention walk-in refrigeration equipment replacement
Kent, WA, #C01213C17; 401 Fourth Ave. N

Bids due: 1:30 pm Nov 16, 2017
Addenda: addendum 1 (11/01) 

Estimated cost: $680,000
Owner: King Cty Procurement Services Div, Chinook Bldg., 401 Fifth Ave., Third Floor, Seattle WA 98104-2333, email, contact Mary Lee
Notes: Obtain bid documents by emailing a request to Mary Lee. Contractors must submit completed authorization forms that include a criminal background check by 5 pm, Oct. 24 in order to attend either of the mandatory prebid meetings; submit forms via email to Sgt. Antonius at or via mail to Dept of Adult and Juvenile Detention, Maleng Regional Justice Center, 620 W James St., Kent, WA 98032. Contains a 5% apprentice utilization requirement. 
Pre-Bid: Mandatory meeting 9 am, Nov. 8 at the site. Mandatory meeting 9 am, Nov. 10 at the site.
Scope: Replace the equipment and piping for the walk-in refrigerators and freezers at the Maleng Regional Justice Center detention area.





2017 Queen Anne Branch exterior repairs (roof and chimney) 
Seattle, WA, #SPL-PW-2016-15; 400 W Garfield St.

Bids due: 1 pm Sep 12, 2017 Rebid.
Addenda: addendum 1 (07/27), addendum 2 (08/04), addendum 3 (08/10), addendum 4 (08/10)

Estimated cost: $730,000
Owner: Seattle Public Library, LEW Meeting Room, Level 1, 1000 Fourth Ave., Seattle WA 98104
Notes: Obtain bid documents from the owner's eBid website. Submit questions in writing to by 5 pm, Aug. 31. For purposes of the Inclusion Plan, this is considered a roof facility project with a past performance of 30% WMBE utilization rates. Direct inclusion plan questions to Miguel Beltran at 206-684-4525 or or Carmen Kucinski at 206-684-0188 or
Pre-Bid: Mandatory site inspection 11 am, Aug. 3. Meet in front of the branch.
Scope: Work includes: Replace the existing unbraced masonry chimney with a replacement reinforced concrete structure on new concrete foundation using face brick salvaged from the existing chimney to match existing; restore and reinstall existing terra cotta chimney pot; replace fiberglass skylight with an aluminum framed skylight; replace wood door at the west elevation staff entrance with an aluminum clad wood door; replace the low-slope membrane roofing, damaged slate tiles and misc roof components, including roof vents and access hatches; clean the slate roofing; replace select roof flashing and flashing underneath terra cotta roof coping caps; and repaint wood at underside of eaves




Washington Street pergola restoration

Temp location: E Marginal Way S & South Hinds St - Seattle
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, contact Eric Strauch
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