CA ERFO FS PLMAS 2021-02(1) North Fork Feather River Bridge

Status
Inactive
Published Date
October 5th, 2023
Response Deadline
September 28th, 2023
Location
Quincy, CA, USA
Notice Type
Solicitation
Solicitation No.
6982AF23B000012

Buyer

TRANSPORTATION, DEPARTMENT OFFEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION6982AF CENTRAL FEDERAL LANDS DIVISILAKEWOOD, CO, 80228, USA

PSC

CONSTRUCTION OF HIGHWAYS, ROADS, STREETS, BRIDGES, AND RAILWAYS (Y1LB)

Set Aside

Total Small Business Set-Aside (FAR 19.5) (SBA)

Summary

Solicitation from the Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration for the construction of the CA ERFO 2021-2(1) North Fork Feather River Bridge in Quincy, CA. The project involves replacing a one lane vehicular bridge and a trail bridge that were damaged in a recent fire. The proposed road improvements include a steel girder vehicular bridge with a span of 130 feet and a width of 18 feet, founded on drilled shafts. Additionally, a prefabricated steel trail bridge with a span of 46 feet and a width of 6 feet will be placed on existing stone masonry abutments. Helicopter support will be required for material delivery and bridge installation.

Description

The CA ERFO 2021-2(1) North Fork Feather River Bridge project is located in Plumas County, CA within the Plumas National Forest. The project site is approximately 16 miles northwest of Quincy, CA in mountainous terrain. This project will replace a one lane, vehicular bridge and one trail bridge, both of which were damaged in a recent fire. SCOPE OF THE WORK:  The proposed road improvements include replacement of a damaged vehicular bridge and trail bridge. The replacement vehicular bridge is planned to be a steel girder structure with a span of 130 feet and a width of 18 feet. The bridge will be founded on drilled shafts. In addition, the scope includes replacement of a remote trail bridge. The trail bridge is planned to be a prefabricated steel structure with a span of 46 feet and a width of 6 feet. The trail bridge will be placed on existing stone masonry abutments. Helicopter support will be required to deliver materials to the project site and to set the bridge.

Contact Information

PrimaryEric Grosskreuz
CflContracts@dot.gov
SecondaryLeslie Karsten
CflContracts@dot.gov
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