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B17000810 Maintenance Dredging at Lahaina Small Boat Harbor

General Information
Solicitation Number
B17000810version:    01
Status
Awarded
Department
Department of Land and Natural Resources
Division
Engineering Division
Islands
Maui
Category
Construction
Release Date
12/19/2016
Amendment Date
01/24/2017
Amendment Reason
1. Revised Section 7.2d and 7.16 of Special Provisions 2. Respond to questions 3. Incorporate Corps of Engineers Nationwide Permit for Mala Boat Ramp Maintenance Dredging
Offer Due Date & Time
01/31/2017 02:00 PM
Description
The scope of work for Job No. B46CM79B, Maintenance Dredging at Lahaina Small Boat Harbor, Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii shall consist of removal, transportation, stockpiling, dewatering, and disposal of approximately 5,000 to 7,000 cubic yards (CY) of sediment from the Lahaina Small Boat Harbor entrance channel and mooring area, and approximately 1,000 to 2,000 CY of sediment from the Mala Boat Ramp basin and entrance channel.
Contact Person
Suzuki, Valerie
Email
valerie.s.suzuki@hawaii.gov
Phone
808-587-0275
General Comments
The contract start date and end date are only estimates and will be determined after the construction contract has been fully executed.
Procurement Officer
Suzanne D. Case
Attachments
B46CM79B Plan Shts 1&2.pdf
B46CM79B Plan Shts 3&4.pdf
B46CM79B Specifications.pdf
B46CM79B Proposal.pdf
DLNR Interim General Conditions Oct 1994.pdf
NWP Mala 12-23-16.pdf
Add#1.pdf
Addendum 1 Specs.pdf


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B17000810 Maintenance Dredging at Lahaina Small Boat Harbor

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Maintenance Dredging at Lahaina Small Boat Harbor
Description
The scope of work for Job No. B46CM79B, Maintenance Dredging at Lahaina Small Boat Harbor, Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii shall consist of removal, transportation, stockpiling, dewatering, and disposal of approximately 5,000 to 7,000 cubic yards (CY) of sediment from the Lahaina Small Boat Harbor entrance channel and mooring area, and approximately 1,000 to 2,000 CY of sediment from the Mala Boat Ramp basin and entrance channel.
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B17000810 Maintenance Dredging at Lahaina Small Boat Harbor

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