Design Build Contract Opportunity for Piegan Infrastructure Project
August 11, 2015
Request For Proposal Posted August 12; proposals due by October 19
On August 12, 2015, the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) announced that it has issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) for the Piegan Port of Entry Infrastructure Project. The RFP is posted on FedBizOpps.gov.
GSA plans to host an Industry Day on Wednesday, September 16 from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. at US Bank, 300 Central Ave, Second Floor training room in Great Falls, MT. The purpose of the Industry Day is to provide potential offeror’s the opportunity to identify local contractors and material suppliers for subcontracting possibilities. GSA will also host a pre-proposal conference and site visit regarding this solicitation at the Piegan Land Port of Entry Thursday, September 17 at 9 a.m. Although the pre-proposal conference and site visit are not mandatory, all offerors are highly encouraged to attend. Attendees should register via this form.
About the RFP
GSA is seeking proposals from qualified design-build contract teams to provide services to construct a new sewage treatment system, water delivery and treatment system, natural gas distribution system and electrical distribution system at the Piegan Land Port of Entry, Piegan Montana.
About Piegan Land Port of Entry
The Piegan Land Port of Entry is located 10 miles north of Babb Montana on US Route 89. Piegan is in a remote area and distances from the site to nearby towns/cities with adequate supplies, equipment and amenities are long. The weather can be severe and change rapidly and the work on the bank of the St Mary River is only accessible over a two-mile long four-wheel drive road and may be impassable during certain times of the year. Access to temporary housing for workers within a reasonable distance to the site is difficult to obtain and many of the nearby lodging options may be closed during the winter months.
GSA Regional Administrator Susan Damour comments:
“We are pleased that GSA can bring together multiple businesses throughout the region to consider bidding on this design-build contract. Events like this help stimulate the economy by promoting new construction and increasing employment, while providing needed services at the Piegan Land Port of Entry.”