Kokomo Peak Excess Flow Treatment Facility Project

$20,600,000 - Bids 3/10/21

Project:   Peak Excess Flow Treatment Facility Project

                Kokomo, IN

Bid Due:  March 10, 2020 at 10:00 AM

              ***Please send scope/quotes no later than 3:00 PM on 3/9 to allow for proper analysis***

 

Contact:  estimating@shookconstruction.com

 

Project Notes:

The project consists of construction of a new wet-weather treatment facility at the Kokomo WWTP.  The proposed wet-weather treatment facility would consist of a New Peak Excess Flow Treatment Facility at the WWTP, Including 28 MGD VTSH Pump Station; 50 MGD Fine Screening with Screw Conveyors; 50 MGD High-Rate Primary Clarifier; Disinfection Chemical Storage and Feed Building; Flow Diversion Structures; Junction Boxes; Outfall Structure; Site Work; Site Piping; Emergency Generator; Electrical; Instrumentation; Mechanical; Plumbing; and SCADA Work.  Project is tax exempt and Davis-Bacon prevailing wage rates apply.

Scope Items:

General Conditions, Demolition, Concrete Formwork, Reinforcing Steel, Ready Mix Supply, Precast Structural Concrete, Masonry, Structural Steel, Misc. Metal Fabrications, Railings/Grating, FRP Fabrications, Waterproofing, TPO Roofing, Roof Hatches, Caulking & Joint Sealants, Hatches, Aluminum-Framed Entrances & Storefronts, Glazing, Paint & Protective Coatings, Plumbing, HVAC, Instrumentation & Controls, Electrical, Generators, Earthwork, Sand & Gravel Supply, Geotextiles, Excavation/Trenching & Backfill, Shoring, Dewatering, Asphalt Paving, Site Concrete, Fencing, A-Jacks Concrete Armor Unit, Seeding, Site Utilities, Pipe Supports, Process Piping/Valves/Gates and Treatment Plant Equipment.

Bid documents can be downloaded from the link below.

Kokomo Peak Excess Flow Treatment Facility – Kokomo, IN:
https://shook.filegenius.com/downloadPublic/y5g9c4m5k6pji6g

To apply for this job email your details to jtrittschuh@shookconstruction.com

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