U.S. seeks spillway weir repair at 132.3-MW Gavins Point

YANKTON, S.D., U.S. 4/4/12 (PennWell) -- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers seeks bids to remove and replace damaged concrete on the spillway weir of 132.3-MW Gavins Point Dam on the Missouri River. Bids are due April 27.

The Corps' Omaha District previously announced it planned to seek bids for the work at Gavins Point, in Nebraska and South Dakota. The agency took bids in 2010 to remove and replace spillway expansion joint seals at the dam.

The Corps now seeks bids from small businesses for the spillway weir repair. Work is to include repair or removal and replacement of damaged concrete. The job is to require 120 days at an estimated cost of $150,000 to $250,000.

A solicitation notice may be obtained from the Federal Business Opportunities Internet site, www.fbo.gov, by entering Solicitation No. W9128F12B0011 in the "Keyword/Solicitation #" box. Contractors interested in inspecting the site are to contact Bryan Bradley, Corps of Engineers, (1) 402-667-2560, E-mail: bryan.j.bradley@usace.army.mil.

For information, contact Donald D. Miller, U.S. Army Engineer District, Omaha, 1616 Capitol Ave., Omaha, NE 68102-4901; (1) 402-995-2051; E-mail: donald.d.miller@usace.army.mil.



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