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DESIGN BUILD - D1 SLOPE STABILITY
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS/CONSULTANTS:
The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) is soliciting construction and design services for the design-build project identified below. Contractor and consultant teams (Firms) are encouraged to submit a Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) response electronically to email@example.com or in hard copy to the Montana Department of Transportation - Engineering Division, Contract Plans Bureau, Room 101, 2701 Prospect, Helena, Montana by 11:00 a.m., local time on March 11, 2014.
This project includes design and construction of slope stabilization measures for unstable cut slopes or embankments at the following locations:
Site 1 - Montana Highway 56, MP 27.9, Bull Lake Road south of Troy, Lincoln County.
Site 2 - Montana Highway 37, MP 18.3, along the east shore of Lake Koocanusa, Lincoln County.
Site 3 - Montana Highway 35, MP 9.85, along the east shore of Flathead Lake, Lake County.
Site 4 - Montana Highway 200 Frontage Road, MP 0.63, Frontage road near Bonner, MT near the junction with Marshall Canyon Road, Missoula County.
Site 5 - US Highway 2, MP 5.23, Yaak Hill, Lincoln County.
Site 6 - Secondary Highway 508, MP 18.8, Yaak River Road, Lincoln County.
Site 7 - Secondary Highway 508, MP 19.2 to 19.3, Yaak River Road, Lincoln County.
Site 8 - Secondary Highway 472, MP 2.2 to 2.4, Blue Slide Road, Sanders County.
Site 9 - Montana Highway
37 567, MP 6.0, Pipe Creek Road, Lincoln County.
RFQs for STPP-STPS-NH-STPX-STWD (204), D1 Slope Stability has been posted for viewing at the following web site: D1 SLOPE STABILITY _____________________________________________________________________________
MDT will be advertising a number of contracts using Job Order Contracting (JOC). JOC is a type of delivery method where the contractor will bid unit costs on a list of work items. There will be a guaranteed minimum amount of work for these bid items. The project will be awarded to the lowest responsive bidder. The work will be performed on an on-call basis JOC is ideal for projects that are repetitive in nature and have a minimal design component.
Beginning in March, all districts will process progress payments at the same time of the month with a cutoff of approximately the 25th. The payments will then be released on the Friday closest to the 15th of the following month. The eastern half of the state will no longer process their estimates in the middle of the month.