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Ameron-Hulbert Site Trunkline Storm Drain Replacement Phase 2
Port of Everett
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DETAILS

location:  EVERETT, WA-SNOHOMISH County
bid date & time:  February 26, 2019 10:00 AM (PST)
summary:  Replacement of approximately 290 LF of storm drain trunkline along the northern boundary of the NOC Ameron leasehold property. This project will also include the excavation and disposal of approximately 1,000 CY of contaminated soil and the replacement of approximetly 390 LF of 8-ft high chainlink fence.
consultant: Landau Associates
engineer's estimate:  $390,000.00 - $460,000.00

DOCUMENTS

PostedDocumentSize
January 23, 2019 PD-NM-2019-03 Manual & Drawings 13 MB
January 31, 2019 Pre-Bid Mtg No. 1 Attendees 124 KB
January 31, 2019 Pre-Bid Mtg No. 2 Attendees 108 KB
January 31, 2019 Reference Doc_North Marina Ameron-Hulbert Consent Decree (Final) 12 MB
January 31, 2019 Reference Doc_North Marina Ameron-Hulbert Cleanup Action Plan 14 MB
January 31, 2019 Reference Doc_TC System Agreed Order Amendment/Interim Action Work Plan (Draft) 4 MB
February 12, 2019 reference doc_nearbyGeoTechReport 3 MB
February 13, 2019 Addendum No. 1 397 KB
February 21, 2019 Addendum No. 2 63 KB

ANNOUNCEMENTS

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January 23, 2019
Thank you for your interest in this project! The project manual and drawings will be posted later today.
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January 23, 2019
The project manual is now posted. Please note, the drawings are in the manual. Thanks!
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February 13, 2019
Addendum No. 1 has been posted.
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February 21, 2019
The bid due date will be postponed until Tuesday, February 26, 22019 at 10:00 a.m. An addendum will be issued later today postponing the bid and addressing disposal of contaminated soil.
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February 21, 2019
Addendum No. 2 has been posted.
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RFI BOARD

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1.
Q: Can you supply a groundwater analytic so we can properly figure out what it is going to take to process this water before transferring to the sewer system. Depending on contamination this bid item could be at least 30% of the total bid
February 06, 2019
A: This information can be found in the reference documents. The data for these specific sample locations are presented are available in the following documents: • Final Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study, North Marina Ameron/Hulbert Site, Everett, Washington (Landau Associates, April 30, 2014), Table 13 and Table 14 (locations shown on Figure 9): o ECI-MW-3 o G-GC-100 o M-GC-100 o N-FA-102 o RI-MW-7 • Draft Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study, TC Systems Site, 1032 West Marine View Drive, Everett, Washington (Stantec, May 5, 2015), Tables 25 through Table 32 (locations shown on Figure 5): o TC-MW-6 o TC-MW-7 o TC-MW-8 o TC-MW-9 o TC-MW-20
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Q: Section 1 10 00-1 Summary of Work, Paragraph D states to dewater for trench stability using sump pumps in the excavation and discharge to City sanitary sewer. At the Pre-Bid meeting a statement was made that water could be allowed to accumulate in the trench during non-working times. However, Section 31 23 19-Dewatering Paragraph B states that groundwater levels must always be maintained 1.5 feet below excavation grade. Please clarify.
February 06, 2019
A: The dewatering will be a necessary during to installation of the CDF, pipe and backfill to provide a competent foundation, but not during non-working times.
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Q: Is it the contractor’s responsibility to control upstream stormwater from two existing 6-inch pipes coming into CB103 shown in the profile on page C1.02 and C1.01 of the site plans and lateral lines mentioned in Pre-bid meeting? If so, what is the source of stormwater (i.e. parking lot, roof drains, etc.), anticipated flow rates during storm events and the collection and discharge structures for a bypass system?
February 06, 2019
A: Yes it will be the Contractors responsibility to temporarily reroute all storm water that is managed by the trunkline, and that re-routing will be dependent on the contractor means and methods.
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Q: Can a 6-inch layer of clean granular material be used as pipe bedding (over the CDF trench base) to help with grading and stabilizing pipe?
February 06, 2019
A: Yes provided there is at least a foot on each side of the gravel, where the gravel can be completely encapsulated in the CDF.
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Q: It was mentioned at the Pre-Bid meeting that the stormwater treatment lines will be relocated, will the treatment system that is sitting in front of the proposed contaminated stockpile area also be moved to allow truck and trailer or intermodal container access to stockpile for loadout? If not, can the stockpile be relocated to the other side of treatment system?
February 06, 2019
A: Per the site visit the 2-inch line will be moved by the owner prior to the work. With respect to the other components paragraph 6.18.4 of Section 0072 00 –General Conditions –allows the Contractor to move the treatment box with coordination with the Engineer two-week beforehand and at no cost to the Port.
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Q: Is there power available close to the site for use with the dewatering system? If so, please provide details on the power supply (phase, voltage, etc.).
February 06, 2019
A: Per paragraph 6.4.2 of Section 0072 00 –General Conditions – the Contractor is required to provide power along with other labor, equipment and materials to complete the work. The Contractor shall therefore be required to coordinate with PUD for a drop down power supply from a nearby power pole, supply generators or other method for provided power as needed.
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Q: Schedule C - Base Bid Line No. C-4 calls out 2 EA Catch Basin 48 In. Diam. Type 2 however Drainage and Profile Details on Sheet C1.02 of the Drawings shows three CB's to be installed. Please Clarify
February 06, 2019
A: The correct number of 48” diameter catch basins is to be 3 and will be corrected.
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Q: Please clarify if USL&H is required for this project?
February 08, 2019
A: It is the contractor’s responsibility to determine if USL&H is required (see GC 00 72 00 Article 5.3 (f).
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Q: It was mentioned at the Pre-Bid Meeting that a certified copy of our insurance policy will be required 2 days after the bid (if low); the insurance requirements exceed the limits typically carried by General Contractors (the Pollution Liability and Excess specifically). Therefore many of the bidders will likely need to purchase additional insurance for this project and cannot do so until after award. Is it possible to submit the Certified Policy showing our existing limits, along with a copy of the request to increase the limits to those required by contract and meet this requirement?
February 11, 2019
A: Yes.
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Q: The Stantec Interim Action Plan Section 2.1 and the Geologic Cross Section Figure 5 show concrete that varies in depth from 2-18 inches beneath the asphalt surface. If encountered during demolition, will this extra sawcutting and disposal be captured as minor change or should these costs be included in the Schedule B-2 cost for asphalt demolition?
February 11, 2019
A: If more concrete is found than outlined in the specifications, this will be paid for under minor changes.
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Q: Could you provide the Geotechnical Reports for this project?
February 12, 2019
A: GeoTechnical data is included in the reference documents and a nearby site Geotech report has been uploaded.
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Q: Will vertical benchmarks be provided on or near the work area?
February 13, 2019
A: Yes, see sheet D1.01 and further survey information can be provided upon request.
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Q: In the Pre-bid meeting there was a discussion by Port personnel of the expectation that contractors will excavate all contaminated soil to depth shown on drawings, sample, wait 2 weeks for sample results then come back and excavate areas any areas that show contamination above cleanup levels before placing any pipe or structures. Is this the planned method of excavation and if yes how is the over excavation, standby time, additional shoring and dewatering to be paid?
February 13, 2019
A: Please see Addendum No. 1
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Q: Has the Port considered possibly excavating to the maximum depth, collecting samples for documentation, but not waiting to place CDF and pipe?
February 13, 2019
A: Please see Addendum No. 1
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Q: How long is the waiting period for results once the ground water is tested
February 13, 2019
A: Testing for discharge parameters is up to the Contractor and the turn around time can vary.
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Q: The Bidder's Checklist, Bid Submittal Requirements, #3 references a Non-Collusion Affidavit (Section 00 45 19). The specs do not include that page. There is non-collusion wording within the Bid Form. Is this sufficient or am I missing the page from Section 00 45 19?
February 20, 2019
A: The Non-Collusion Affidavit mentioned in the Bidders Checklist is now located on the bid form. No separate affidavit is required.
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Q: Speaking with Republic Services, they have said they cannot guarantee containers available for this project. The pricing is vastly different between transport to Everett and Seattle. Which option should bidders use in preparation of their bid given the variable we cannot control (containers)? Possible to add a line item and include both costs?
February 20, 2019
A: The Port does not specify the disposal facility. The facility must be an approved location per the specifications. As a convenience the Port begins the waste profile process with the nearby disposal facility but it is up to the Contractor to submit to the Port, the facility they would like to use, for approval as a submittal.
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Q: RFI dated 2-20-19, question 17. states the Port does not specify the disposal facility. Section 01 20 00, Item K specifies "loading to containers or trucks and transporting designated solid waste to Republic Services Everett intermodal yard for subsequent rail car transfer to the Roosevelt Regional Landfill...." Please advise if the RFI constitutes an Addendum as now there is a conflict between the Q & A and Specifications.
February 21, 2019
A: We will address this in an addendum later today; the bid has been postponed to February 26, 2019 at 10:00 a.m.
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Q: Drawing No. C1.03 upper left detail depicts a 'bottom rail' in the fence. The lower left detail depicts a 'tension wire'. Please clarify if the Port requires 'bottom rail' or 'tension wire'.
February 22, 2019
A: Tension wire
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