OR DOT CRGNSA 100(1) Historic Columbia River Highway State Trai, OR DOT CRGNSA 100(3), Historic Columbia River Highway Summit Creek Viaduct, & OR HOODRIVER 18(1), Wyeth Trailhead
Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) | Published August 24, 2016
PROJECT: OR DOT CRGNSA 100(1), Historic Columbia River Highway State TrailOR DOT CRGNSA 100(3), Historic Columbia River Highway Summit Creek ViaductOR HOODRIVER 18(1), Wyeth Trailhead LOCATION: Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. 6 miles east of Cascade Locks, OR.
WORK: The work consists of 2 viaducts and a bridge; mechanically stabilized welded wire walls, bin walls, and tie-back walls; rock fall protection fencing, netting, and rock bolting; controlled blasting and grading; aggregate base and paving; drainage improvements; parking lot, restroom and kiosk; stone masonry, exposed aggregate sidewalk, and decorative steel and cable railings; waterline; guardrail, signing and striping; and I-84 traffic control and cross-over installation and other small items of work.
Bridge Info: The project includes construction of three structures: 1) the Summit Creek Viaduct - a 6 span, 500 -foot long pre-stressed concrete box beam bridge with cast-in-place concrete deck; 2) the Gordon Creek Bridge - a single span, 80-foot long pre-stressed concrete slab bridge with asphalt overlay; and 3) the Lindsey Cut Bridge - a single span, 49-foot long pre-stressed concrete slab bridge with cast-in-place concrete deck.
LENGTH: 3 miles
TENTATIVE COMPLETION DATE: Fall/Winter 2018
TENTATIVE ADVERTISEMENT DATE: Fall 2016
ESTIMATED PRICE RANGE: Between $15,000,000 and $20,000,000
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THIS SOLICITATION IS OFFERED FOR FULL AND OPEN COMPETITION ON AN UNRESTRICTED BASIS
This project will be advertised with a Base and Option Schedule. This paragraph announces possible financing available to small businesses. The three types of businesses that are eligible to receive a loan through this program are: (1) Firms that have received DBE certification from a state or local transportation agency; (2) Eligible small business firms; and (3) Firms that have received a disability rating by the Veteran's Administration and have certified themselves as a SDVOSB. Start-up businesses are not eligible to receive a STLP line of credit and should contact the SBA for information about other possible forms of financial assistance. (NOTE - This paragraph does not reserve this solicitation for these types of business): The Department of Transportation's (DOT) Short-Term Lending Program (STLP) offers working capital financing in the form of lines of credit to finance accounts receivable for transportation related contracts. The Maximum line of credit is $750,000. The STLP loan has a variable rate, which is connected to the prime rate. For more information see: http://www.dot.gov/osdbu/financial-assistance/short-term-lending-program.