Contract: $105,139 - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service - Sep. 18, 2009
0% voted satisfied - 100% voted not satisfied - 2 vote(s) cast
Award Description: This project is to repair the raceway headbox and walkway in 'C Deck at the Quilcene National Fish Hatchery (NFH). The concrete headbox structure, which serves nine 8’ x 80’ raceways, is severely deteriorated. Metal channels that provide support to the concrete headbox and hold wooden dam boards in place are also in an advanced stage of deterioration. This situation threatens the performance and structural integrity of the concrete headbox. Demolish and rebuild existing concrete headbox and appurtenances as needed. Demolish at least 2 feet of each raceway wall along with headbox demolition. Demolish the existing concrete headbox cover. Extend the grip-strut walkway on each raceway wall in such a manner that USFW personnel can safely step from the headbox walkway to the raceway wall walkway. Fabricate and install new stainless steel channels for the wooden stop logs. The design of these channels shall be similar those at the bottom of the raceway. Provide and install non-slip fiberglass grating for the new headbox cover. The elevation of the surface of the new grating is to the same as the old concrete cover. The grating installation shall allow easy access to the water valves in the headbox. The scope of this work is to include all engineering and design work.
Project Description: A kick off meeting was held to discuss the award of this contract. No design or onsite work has been done at this time as the project was just awarded. The design work is expected to start in mid-October. Due to the current hatchery operations, onsite work won’t begin until 5/1/10.
Jobs Summary: No new jobs are created for this project. A superintendent will be needed on the jobsite to supervise the project for 80 hours. A laborer might be needed to assist the project superintendent with the installation of the fiberglass grating. This individual would be a retained employee. Staffing levels have been based on the fact that a significant portion of the work involves specialty demolition subcontractors, metal fabricators and onsite welders. (Total jobs reported: 0)
Project Status: Not Started
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