Friday, July 1, 2016

DCNR Seeks Engineering, Construction Firm For Rehabilitation Inspections

The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources published a notice in the July 2 PA Bulletin seeking to retain an engineering and constructions management firm.  Proposals are due July 30.
The contract will include inspection of construction activities for rehabilitation and replacement of bridges, roads and drainage, dams, swimming pools, sewage and water treatment systems, marinas and buildings including associated heating, plumbing and electrical work.
The contract will be for a period of 1 year with a renewal option of up to 4 years. It is anticipated that up to eight construction inspectors may be needed to perform the required work and services at any given time. The work will be assigned by the Department on an as needed basis.
The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources has a current list of bid proposals for construction projects in State Parks and State Forests available online.  Click Here for the list.
The Department of Environmental Protection has available a current list of Abandoned Mine Reclamation, Acid Mine Drainage, Surface Mine Reclamation, Cleaning Out and Plugging Oil and Gas Wells, Waterways Engineering (Concrete Dams/Concrete Lined Channels, Walls and Box Culverts, etc.), Hazardous Site Remediation, Removal and Disposal of Underground Storage Tanks, and Wetland Restoration projects available for bidding.  Click Here for the list.

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