Both jobs to be bid separately with separate contracts. Bids can be sent via Certified US Mail to O’Brien & Company or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Call (971) 219-5422 for questions.
Bids are due May 19th, 2017.
Job Walks: Liberty May 8th at 10:00 am, Clover May 8th at 2:00 pm
O’Brien & Company LLC
PO Box 948
148 West 2nd St., Suite #6
Cannon Beach, Or. 97110
Brief Description of Project and Requirements:
Seismic Retrofit on both elementary schools from June 15th through August 31th, 2017. Oregon BOLI Prevailing wages will apply to this contract. The contract documents contain requirements addressing prevailing labor wage rates, labor standards, nondiscrimination in hiring practices and related matters. CM/GC reserves the right to reject any or all bids or parts thereof, and to waive any defects or irregularities in the proposals that fall outside the Prequalifying Standards. All bidders must comply with the requirements of ORS Chapter 279 regarding the payment of prevailing wage rates, and must be registered with the Oregon Construction Contractors Board (CCB) to perform work on a public project at the time of bid submission. No bid will be considered unless submitted on the required form and fully completed in the manner provided in the Bidding Documents.
Bids are invited for Subcontract Work for the following Scopes:
-Demolition/Excavation,, Concrete, Structural Steel, Rough Carpentry, Metal roofing, Torch down Roofing, Comp Shingle roofing, Siding, Gutters, Sheet rock, Gym Flooring, VCT Flooring, Painting, Plumbing, Mechanical, Electrical
Bidding documents may be examined at the CM/GC’s Cannon Beach office and at the following Plan Centers by May 1st, 2017:
O’Brien & Company LLC is an equal opportunity employer. O’Brien & Company LLC is actively seeking bids from, Minority, Women, Emerging Small Businesses (M/W/ESB), local businesses, Disadvantaged Business Enterprises, and Qualified Rehabilitation Facilities to perform work and supply materials for this project.
The work consists of replacement of an existing culvert at Neahkahnie Creek with a tunnel structure and enhancement of the stream bed as well as relocating and improving the highway alignment along U.S. 101 near Manzanita. Also, turning lane movements into downtown Manzanita will be enhanced to improve safety, adding a left turn lane for Manzanita Avenue.
The contractor finished the culvert work and stream bed work last fall. The work that remains is on U.S. 101 and will have more traffic impacts. The contractor resumed work in late March. The scheduled work includes construction of new roadway alignment, new left turn lanes into downtown Manzanita and installation of landscaping materials. Flaggers may need to occasionally control single lane traffic during construction when work is occurring. Minor delays should be expected when single lane closures are occurring and the public is reminded to drive through the area with caution. Oregon State Police will be enforcing the speed limit through the work zone area.
There could be some night work. That could especially be the case after Memorial Day when traffic increases significantly on U.S. 101. The night work should help minimize some the traffic impacts. Bottom line, though, is that there will be some traffic impacts and travelers should add a few minutes of extra travel time and expect some delays.
The project is scheduled to be completed in September 2017.
A Coast Guard Station Bellingham boat crewmember aboard a 45-foot Response Boat-Medium watches as an Station Port Angeles aircrew aboard an MH-65 Dolphin helicopter prepares to hoist three mariners near Boulder Island, Wash., Apr. 22, 2017.
The three mariners, who were aboard a 46-foot recreational vessel, climbed onto rocks and were safely hoisted and transported to Paine Field, a small international airport in Everett.
U.S. Coast Guard photo courtesy of Station Bellingham.
Coast Guard Air Station Port Angeles air crewmembers prepare to hoist three mariners near Boulder Island, Wash., Apr. 22, 2017, after their vessel ran aground.
A Coast Guard Station Bellingham boat crew aboard a 45-foot Response Boat-Medium was underway in the area, witnessed the incident and remained at the location during the hoist as a precautionary measure.
U.S. Coast Guard photo courtesy of Station Bellingham.
Posted by Tillamook Radio on Apr 22, 2017 in Tillamook County Pioneer | Comments Off on Tillamook Bay Watershed Council Meeting April 25 – Feature Tillamook High School Award Winning Science Projects
Please join the Tillamook Bay WatershedCouncilnext Tuesday, April 25th, for a special meeting featuring Tillamook High School students and their award winning science projects. Come and learn about the exciting work our locals kids are doing in the area of ecosystem sciences, and stick around for the Council‘s monthly meeting. We’ll be discussing the Council‘s watershed restoration activities, including this summer’s major projects, the Skookum Dam removal and the South Fork Trask road obliteration.
The meeting will be held in the Hatfield Room at the Tillamook County Library from 6:30PM to 8:30PM. Doors will open at 6:00PM and there will be snacks and refreshments. This event is FREE and open to the public.
Here is the meeting agenda:
Monthly Council Meeting Agenda April 25, 2017 – 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Hatfield Room, Tillamook County Public Library
6:30PM – Welcome by Dave Wells, Council Chair
6:35PM to 7:15PM – Tillamook High School Science Projects
7:20PM—Council Business Meeting
1) Call to Order by Dave Wells, Council Chair
3) Public comments/Partner Updates
4) Council Business
a. Approval of February 28th & March 28th minutes
b. Financial Report, February and March 2017
c. Coordinator’s Report
d. OWEB Grant opportunities
e. Partner updates (TCSWCD, ODF, TEP, BLM, ODFW and others if available)
f. SFC Video Screening
The next Council meeting will be held Tuesday, May 30th. Guest speaker will be Derek Wiley, ODFW Life Cycle Monitoring Biologist. Doors will open at 6:00PM and the presentation will begin at 6:30PM.
OSU Extension Service, Tillamook County & Latimer Quilt & Textile Center have collaborated to provide ongoing classes for Youth Members.The second in the series of classes for 4th grade and above is open for registration.Classes will run on Thursday’s, May 4, 11, 18 & 25 from 3:30 to 5:30 pm @ Latimer Quilt & Textile Center, 2105 Wilson River Loop, Tillamook.
In this workshop, participants will create a knitted hat using a circular loom.Loom, hook, needle, tape measure and yarn will be provided for each student and will be theirs to keep.Time permitting, the hats will be embellished with pompoms, tassels or yarn flowers.
Parents take note that bus transportation from the Tillamook Schools to Latimer is available.Parents must make those arrangements with the bus transportation office.
Youth will be able to enter all of their items into the Fair as a 4-H Project.Sign up early, space is limited to 12 participants.Registration is $45 for enrolled 4-H Youth.Youth not currently enrolled in 4-H must enroll and pay the $25 4-H enrollment fee in addition to the workshop fee.Register online at http://bit.ly /Tillamook4-H
Oregon State University Extension Service prohibits discrimination in all its programs, services, activities, and materials on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity (including gender expression), sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, familial/parental status, income derived from a public assistance program, political beliefs, genetic information, veteran’s status, reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity.
If you have a disability that requires special considerations in order for you to attend this event, contact the OSU Extension Service in Tillamook at 503.842.3433.