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Newsletter 2012-3                                                                                                   January 20, 2012

 

EXCITING LINE UP OF SPEAKERS PLANNED FOR CAWV MIDYEAR MEETING

 

CAWV Program Committee Chairman Dan Cooperrider is pleased to announced the informative line-up of speakers which has been arranged for the 2012 Midyear Meeting being held February 3-8, at the Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort, Palm Beach, Aruba. “We have organized an educational program that hits all facets of the construction industry,” Chairman Cooperrider said. “The goal of the meeting is for everyone to leave with tools and knowledge they can use to strengthen their businesses.” The Program Committee has planned an excellent mix of educational programs, division meetings and social outings. The meeting will feature a number of social and island activities to complement the informative business sessions. 

 

The General Business Session agenda includes the following topics:

 

“Building of the Ritz Carlton Aruba”

Roberto Stipa Tenreiro, Vice President

Desarrollos Hotelco

 

“Exit Strategies 101”

Edward Thompson, CPA

Tim George, CPA

Brown Edwards and Company, LLP

 

“2011 Legislative Overview”

Louis Southworth, Partner

Jackson Kelly PLLC

 

“Transportation Day at the Capitol”

 

“CAWV/BrickStreet Safety Program”

Greg Burton, President & CEO

Jeff Benintendi, Senior Vice President

Lisa Teel, Marketing Manager

BrickStreet Insurance

 

“Overview of West Virginia’s new Marcellus Shale Legislation”

Tammie Alexander, Esquire

Sharon Flanery, Esquire

Steptoe & Johnson, PLLC

 

“2011/2012 Market Trends”

David W. Lanham, Chairman

Lanham O’Dell & Company

 

 


Nearly 225 CAWV members are registered to attend the meeting. Information on the tours and activities that have been arranged by the association was set to attendees last week. All forms are available on the association’s website at www.cawv.org.  For additional information, contact Wendy Long at long@cawv.org or (304) 342-1166.

 

A very special thanks to the members of the Associate Division

who are sponsoring the Welcome Night Reception:

 


Arthur Krenzel Lett Insurance Group Asphalt Materials, Inc.

Baker Truck Equipment Company

BB&T Carson Insurance Services

BB&T Mortgage Services

Bert Wolfe Ford Toyota, Inc.

Bowles Rice McDavid Graff & Love

Boxley

BrickStreet Mutal Insurance Co.

Brown, Edwards & Company, LLP

Cleveland Brothers/One Call Rentals

Crown Hill Equipment, Inc.

Daniels Law Firm, PLLC

Dyno Nobel

Eastern Vault Company, Inc.

First Energy

Friedlander Company

Godwin Pumps/Xylem

Huntington Testing & Technology

Jabo Supply Corporation

Jackson Kelly

Johnstone & Gabhart, LLP

Lanham O’Dell & Company, Inc.

Law Office of Carl J. Roncaglione,Jr

Logan Corporation

Mary K. Prim, PLLC

Matson Machinery Company

Mountain State Insurance Agency

Permatile Concrete Products Co.

Petroleum Products, Inc.

Potesta & Associates, Inc.

Pounding Mill Quarry Corporation

Putnam Agency

Rish Equipment Company

Rollins, Cleavenger & Rollins

Rudd Equipment Company

Rumble Ready Mix, Inc.

Sauls Seismic, Inc.

State Equipment, Inc.

Steptoe & Johnson PLLC

TRC Engineers

Triad Engineering, Inc.

The C. I. Thornburg Company

Toothman Rice, PLLC

United Bank

Walker Machinery Company

Wells Fargo Insurance Services

Westfield Companies

Williamson Shriver Architects, Inc.

Jeff Zell Consultants, Inc.

ZMM, Inc



CAWV.ORG CALENDAR OF EVENTS KEEPS MEMBERS UP TO DATE ON ASSOCIATION ACTIVITIES

 

The CAWV Calendar of Events is available for members at www.cawv.org. Under the Events section of the site members will find specific details on upcoming events and meetings, such as the Midyear Meeting, Golf Outing and Annual Meeting. As the association plans and promotes events, different sections are added to keep members up to date on association functions. As dates are finalized for future meetings and events, they are added to the calendar. Preliminary details on events such as the Spring Meeting (May 10), CAWV Congressional Fly In (May 23), Golf Outing (June 1), and Annual Meeting (July 12-15) are available on the Calendar. For more information, contact Lindsay Stephens at (304) 342-1166 or lstephens@cawv.org.

 

CAWV ACCEPTING SCHOLARSHIP APPLICANTS

 

The CAWV Scholarship Foundation Board of Trustees wants to remind members that they are currently accepting applications from eligible West Virginia college/university students for the 2012 Scholarship awards. This year’s top award has been increased to $5,000.  Also, in years past, the foundation has made several additional awards to students for their academic achievements. All CAWV members are encouraged to promote the annual scholarship program.  Also, any member who knows of a deserving West Virginia college resident - sophomore, junior or senior -  who meets the qualifications for the monetary award should advise them to complete and return an application form.  Application deadline is February 24.  Additional information, including an application, may be obtained online at the CAWV’s website or by contacting Pat McDonald at (304) 342-1166 or pmcdonald@cawv.org.

 

 

 


STATE MEETING BEING FINALIZED - MARK YOUR CALENDARS NOW

 

CAWV members are asked to mark their calendars and plan to attend the CAWV State Meeting being held on Wednesday, March 21, in conjunction with Expo 2012. The Program Committee is finalizing details on the keynote speaker. The meeting will feature presentation of the annual safety awards, scholarship and concrete awards. Watch future Newsletters for full details.

 

CANSTRUCTION TEAM RAISING FUNDS FOR EVENT

 

CAWV Young Contractors are finalizing plans for the Canstruction competition. The committee has met and chosen a structure to build. Canstruction is an annual competition where teams of professionals within the design and construction industry compete to build incredible structures made entirely of canned foods. The competition is open to the public, who are invited to view the structures by donating food as an entry fee. The committee ordered nearly 1,800 pounds of food last year, which was donated to the Covenant House Food Pantry following the competition.  

 

“Canstruction competitions raise tons of food each year for those less fortunate,” said Committee Chairman Rob Williams. “We are proud to be participating again this year.” The committee is accepting donations for the nearly $2000 food purchase. Contributions are tax deductible. Checks should be made out to Covenant House and submitted to the Contractors Association of West Virginia. For additional information, contact Lindsay Stephens at (304) 342-1166 or lstephens@cawv.org.

 

CHERYL CLARK JOINS CAWV

 

CAWV members will notice a new voice starting next week, as Cheryl Clark takes over as staff assistant. Clark has an extensive background in medical management and is excited to become a part of the construction industry. She will be handling project information, the CAWV Planroom, and incoming calls. CAWV members are encouraged to call or stop by and welcome her as the newest member of the association staff. She may be reached at planroom@cawv.org or (304) 342-1166.

 

YOUR HELP IS NEEDED IN FINALIZING YEAR-END BOOKS

 

As we approach the end of the year, we ask your assistance in finalizing our books. Contractors returning their Fourth Quarter Volume Dues Statement would greatly assist this process. If you have any questions, please contact Wendy Long at (304) 342-1166 or long@cawv.org.

 

EXPO NEWS

 

The March 21 and 22, 2012 EXPO trade show is rapidly taking shape. The seminar agenda is being finalized now and on-line registration will open in the near future. There is still time to reserve exhibit space, advertise in the show program or to become an Honor Exhibitor. Visit www.wvexpo.com for complete show information and electronic contract documents or contact EXPO staff at (304) 342-3976.

 


 

**Plans in CAWV Physical Plan Room                                                                                                           January 20, 2012

^ Plans in Internet Plan Room (IPR) at www.isqft.com

# Named as plan holder but plans not yet received

iSqFt PROJECT ID NOW ON SCHEDULE

 

The CAWV posts all projects announced in the Newsletter along with plans and specifications on  www.isqft.com for members.  Users of the service receive real-time updates as details are changed, plans, specifications and addenda are uploaded and bidders added. Users are also able to track projects of interest. The iSqFt Project Identification  Number, found below, can be used for fast access to each project. For more information, contact Cheryl Clark at

(304) 342-1166 or planroom@cawv.org

 


Bid

Date

Project

Contact

iSqFt

Project ID #

 

1/23

Engineer, Low Cost Improvements Projects, White Hall, Marion County

Region VI Planning and Development Council

(304)366-5693

1464127

1/24

New

GSD126425:  HVAC Replacement, Bldg 1, Kanawha County

Krista Ferrell (304) 558-2596

1464627

1/24

New

GSD126429: HVAC Service and Repair, Building 5, Kanawha County

Shelly Murray (304)558-2063

1465728

1/24

^**  Site Prep, Edgewood Elementary School, Kanawha County

ZMM, Inc. (304)342-0159

1447707

1/24

Old Sheriff's Building Re-roof, Hampshire County

Silling Associates (304)346-0565

1463873

1/24

^** Center McMechen Elementary School HVAC System, Marshall County

McKinley & Associates

(304)233-0140

1469726

1/24

Recertification Flood Levee, Town of Ridgeley, Mineral County

Region 8 PDC (304)257-2448

1475033

1/25

New

** Construction Lewis County Judicial Center

Silling Associates

(304)346-0565

1450580

1/25

National Road Monument, Cumberland, Maryland

City of Cumberland Engineering Department, David Umbling (301)759-6600

1474424

1/25

Sand Hill Water Storage Tank Replacement, Ohio County

Vaughn, Coast & Vaughn

(740)695-7256

1464047

1/25

CCTV Inspection Equipment, Huntington Sanitary Board

Huntington Sanitary Board (304)696-5564

1463962


1/25

COR61489: Engineers, Water Storage Tank Construction, Denmar Correctional Facility, Pocahontas County

Tara Lyle (304)558-2544

1451970

1/26

# Bathroom Renovation, Gateway Apartments, Elkins

Adkins Design, Inc.

(304)984-2415

1463911

1/26

^ Amherst Street Improvements, Frederick County, VA

City of Winchester

Perry Eisenbach (540)667-1815

1452730

1/26

GSD126426: Installation of Fire Sprinkler System, Building 6, WV State Capitol Complex, Kanawha County

Krista Ferrell (304)558-2596

1455548

1/26

COR61543: Rebuild Water Softener System, Lakin Correctional Facility, Mason County

Tara Lyle (304)558-2544

1455582

1/26

# DNRB12095: Renovations, Lodge and Guest Room, Canaan Valley Resort, Tucker County

Paradigm Architecture, Inc.

Paul Walker (304)284-5015

1455641

1/26

^** Huntington East Middle School, Cabell County

ZMM, Inc. (304)342-0159

1461103

1/27

Demolition, City Block, Wheeling

City of Wheeling (304)234-3731

1464071

1/27

^** Exterior Storage Room Door Replacement, Beckley Housing Authority

Adkins Design, Inc.

(304)984-2415

1463902

1/30

^** Site Prep, South Area PreK-8 School, Denver, Preston County

Williamson Shriver Architects, (304)345-1060

1464179

1/30

Architect, County-wide Electrical Upgrades,

 Taylor County Schools

Taylor County Board of Ed. (304)265-2497

1472600

1/30

^** Court Street Storm Sewer Pump Station Inspection and Repair, Charleston

City of Charleston

(304)348-8014

1464021

1/31

New

^** DNRB12088: Waterline Installation, Canaan Valley Resort, Tucker County

Chapman Technical Group

(304)727-5501

1455626

1/31

Auditorium Painting, Ripley High School,

Jackson County

Jackson County Board of Education  (304)372-7300

1472588

1/31

GSD126424: HVAC Repairs, Building 11, WV State Capitol Complex, Kanawha County

Krista Ferrell (304)558-2596

1455554

1/31

Campus Master Planning, Districts 3 and 7 Headquarters, WVDOH

Division of Highways

Kyle Stollings (304)558-3505

1464033

 

1/31

^** Addition and Renovation, Matewan and Riverside Pk-8 Schools, Mingo County

Williamson Shriver Architects

(304)345-1060

1465109

1/31

** Aerospace HVAC Units, Fairmont State University

Omni Associates (304)367-1417

1465171

1/31

Monongahela Mounds Sanitary Sewer Improvements Washington County

Chester Engineers

(724)483-8041

1474378

1/31

DEP15729: Water and Soil Sample Analysis, Statewide

Guy Nisbet (304)558-8802

 

1465668

1/31

Heat Pump and Furnace Replacements, Town of Sophia, Raleigh County

Town of Sophia (304)683-4456

1467920

1/31

Natural Gas Unit Replacement, Town of Sophia, Raleigh County

Town of Sophia (304)683-4456

1467929

1/31

ABCA68: Rooftop Heating Unit, Alcohol Beverage Control, Charleston

Shelly Murray(304)558-8801

1470486

1/31

Generator, Elk Valley PSD, Elkview

Elk Valley Public Service District (304)965-1676

1467730

2/1

New

03120345: Culvert under US 33 / 119, Spencer

Alan Cummings (304)558-2402

1465737

2/1

DNRB12087: Dam Modifications, Berwind Lake, McDowell County

Frank Whittaker (304)558-2316

1455661

2/1

^** Concrete Crack Remediation Services, Water Treatment Filter Bed, Buckhannon

City of Buckhannon

(304) 472-1651

1464953

2/1

Shingle Roof Replacement, Wayne High School Band Building

Wayne County Board of Education (304)272-5116

1469754

2/2

^ Bridge Spot Painting, WV Turnpike

HNTB Corporation

(304)760-1833

1473560

2/2

DCH12046: Collection Storage System, Division of Culture and History

Krista Ferrell(304)558-2596

1470461

2/2

DEP15709: Pulverized Limestone, Blackwater River Project, Davis

Guy Nisbet (304)558-8802

 

1465721

2/2

DEP15706: Organic Analysis of Water and Soil, Statewide

Guy Nisbet (304)558-8802

1465720

2/2

^** DNRB12091: Chairlift Maintenance, Canaan Valley Resort

Frank Whittaker (304)558-2316

1465132

2/2

GSD126434:  HVAC Service and Repair, Bldg 97, Williamson

Krista Ferrell (304)558-2596

1465643

2/2

GSD126435:  HVAC Service and Repair, Bldg 34, Weirton

Krista Ferrell (304)558-2596

1465647

2/2

# Fire Alarm System, Cabell County Courthouse

Cabell County Commission

(304)526-8634

1465761

2/2

# Resurfacing, Blue Ridge Parkway, Augusta and Nelson Counties, VA

For further information go to www.fbo.gov and enter Solicitation Number

DTFH71-12-B-00006

1456767

2/2

DEFK12010: Basketball Court Replacement, Gassaway Armory, Braxton County

Tara Lyle (304)558-2544

1455589

2/3 - 2/8        CAWV Mid-Year Meeting

                      Hyatt Regency Aruba Resort & Casino, Aruba                                                                                

                      Contact: Wendy Long (304)342-1166 or long@cawv.org

2/7

DEFK12012: A/E, Mail Processing Center and ID Card Facility, Camp Dawson

Tara Lyle (304) 558-2544

1465733

2/7

Athletic Field Lighting, Dupont and East Bank, Kanawha County

Kanawha County Schools (304)348-6120

1469763

2/7

GSD126423: Service and Repair, Nine RTUs, Building 32, Huntington

Krista Ferrell  (304)558-2596

1470463

2/7

GSD126430: Service and Repair, RTUs, Building 74, Charleston

Krista Ferrell  (304)558-2596

1470467

2/8

HVAC and Roofing for Lawrence County Municipal Building, Chesapeake, Ohio

Dorothy Bledsoe (740)867-3127

 

1475043

2/8

Early Site Package, North Central Advanced Technology Center, Fairmont

E.T. Boggess (304)425-4491

1472615

2/8

DNRB12082: Swimming Pool Renovations, Berwind Lake, McDowell County

Miller Engineering, Inc. (304)291-2246

1455672

2/9

# Pump Station Upgrade, Parkersburg

Strand Associates, Inc.

(608)251-4843

1467716

2/9

GSD126428: A/E, Perimeter Security, State Capitol Complex, Charleston

Krista Ferrell (304)558-2596

1470468

2/9

BHS12095: HVAC Removal and Replacement, Eastridge Health Systems, Martinsburg

Roberta Wagner (304)558-0067

1470482

2/9

^** DNRB12099: Bear Paw Lodge Renovation, Canaan Valley Resort

Frank Whittaker (304)558-2316

 

1465755

2/9

# PTR12010: Construction of Pre-Engineered Facility, Little Kanawha Transit Authority, Calhoun County

Michael Barker, Jr., Inc., Engineers and Architects (304)769-0821

1451465

2/9

Force Main Replacement, Parkersburg

Strand Associates, Inc.

(608)251-4843

1467725

2/9

^ Bridge Replacement on Corono Bayard Road, Garrett County, Maryland

Garrett County Commissioners (301)334-5003

1474542

2/10

South Harrison High School Field House,

 Harrison County

 Thrasher Engineering, Inc.

(304)624-4108

1474522

2/10

 

^** Dominion Natrium Buildings, Marshall County

Thrasher Engineering, Inc. (304)624-4108

1471814

2/14

City of Bridgeport Sanitary Sewer Improvements Harrison County

Thrasher Engineering, Inc. (304)624-4108

1474494

2/14

RFI: HVAC Replacement, Gauley Rander District Administrative Complex, Richwood   

For full details visit www.fbo.gov and enter solicitation number

AG-3395-S-12-0003

1474287

2/14

Sources Sought: Equipment / Operator Rental, George Washington and Jefferson National Forests

For full details visit www.fbo.gov and enter solicitation number

AG-3395-S-12-0002

1474911

2/14

GSD126431: HVAC Control Repairs, Building 84, Charleston

Krista Ferrell (304)558-2596

1470469

2/15 - 2/16     32nd Annual Asphalt Paving and WVDOH Statewide Asphalt

                       Preconstruction Conference

                      Embassy Suites Hotel, Charleston

                       Contact: www.asphaltwv.com or (304)342-1166      

2/15

New

6612C018: Stone and Aggregate, WVDOH

Alan Cummings (304)558-2402

1470502

2/15

70125003: HVAC System Replacement, DOH Equipment, Buckhannon

Alan Cummings 

(304)558-2402

1470504

2/15

GSD126427:  Sprinkler System Installation, Bldg 6, 9th Floor, Kanawha County

Krista Ferrell (304)558-2596

1465654

2/16

New

^** DNRB12093:  Ski School, Tube Park & Shooting Range, Canaan Valley Resort

Frank Whittaker (304)558-2316

1465750

2/16

New

DNRB12071: Water Well Rehabilitation, Canaan Valley Resort, Tucker County

Frank Whittaker (304)558-2316

1455610

2/16

Water Line Extension, Fairview, Marion County

C&B Blueprint (304)344-8673

1469744

2/16

GSD126432: HVAC Control Upgrade, Building 6, 9th Floor, Charleston

Krista Ferrell (304)558-2596

1470471

2/16

^** DNRB12094: Snow Making Improvements, Blackwater Falls State Park

Frank Whittaker (304)558-2316

1470510

2/16

GSD126436: Card Reader System Installation, Buildings 88 and 86, Charleston

Krista Ferrell (304)558-2596

1470473


2/16

GSD126437: Water Source Heat Pump Replacement, Building 25, Parkersburg

Krista Ferrell (304)558-2596

 

1470476

2/16

GSD126438: Fire Doors and Hardware, Building 88, Charleston

Krista Ferrell (304)558-2596

 

1470477

2/16

^# Deep Creek Trail Construction, McHenry, Maryland

Garrett County Commissioners (301)334-5003

1474557

2/16

^**Andrew Heights Elementary, Wastewater Treatment Facility Improvements, Kanawha County

Chapman Technical Group

(304)727-5501

1473259

2/21

 

DCH12067: Fire Protection System, Division of Culture and History, Charleston

Shelly Murray (304)558-5501

1470492

2/21

Pioneer Memorial Public Library Addition, Randolph County

Randolph County Commission

(304)636-2057

1467741

2/21

Asbestos Abatement, Mechanical Spaces, Veterans Affairs, Martinsburg

For further information visit www.fbo.gov and enter solicitation number VA24512B0074.

1467704

2/22

^** Trailer Mounted Sewer Cleaner, Winfield

S&S Engineers, Inc.

(304)342-7168

1471798

2/23

# Perimeter Fence, Mingo County Airport

Chapman Technical Group

(304)727-5501

1473575

2/23

PTR12011: Metal/Brick Office and Storage Facility

Frank Whittaker (304)558-2316

1475039

2/24

Parking Lot Design-Build, Martinsburg VAMC

Full details are available from www.fbo.gov by entering the solicitation number VA24512R0079.

 

1474924

3/1

Interior Renovation, Hampshire Manufacturing, Romney Business Park

Hampshire County Special Services Center (304)822-7061

1469769

3/5

Floor Repair, Senior Center, Marshall County

Marshall County Senior Center (304)845-8200

1469738

3/6

^** Boiler Replacement, MPRT Plant 4, WVU, Morgantown

WVU Procurement Services (304)293-5711

 

1472593

3/6

Multiple Award Task Order Contract, WV National Guard, Statewide

For full details  www.fbo.gov enter solicitation number W912L8-12-R-0001.

1474282

3/6

^** DJS010353: Davis Center Renovation, Tucker County

Tara Lyle (304)558-2544

1470497

3/16

^** Slate Roof, Summers County Courthouse

 J. Dan Snead & Associates, Inc (304)252-6630

1474522


3/20

New

^** DEP15578: Reclamation, 3-Acres, McDowell County

Guy Nisbet  (304)558-8802

1400277

 

2012 WVDOH LETTING SCHEDULE

 

* January 18

* May 10

August 21

January 31

 May 22

September 11

* February 22

June 5

September 25

March 6

June 19

* October 10

March 20

July 10

October 23

April 3

July 24

* November 14

April 17

August 7

December 4

   

* All dates are on Tuesday except January 18, February 22, May 10, October 10 and November 14.



 

 

BB 2012 - 3

January 20, 2012

 

WVU CONTRACTOR TRAINING SEMINAR FEBRUARY 29

 

West Virginia University Procurement, in conjunction with Facilities Management, plans to hold its second Contractor Training seminar on Wednesday, February 29, from 9:00 a.m. to noon at Lakeview Golf Resort. The seminar will be primarily focused on procurement services related to construction, reconstruction, improvements, alterations, repairs, enlargements, painting or decorating of any building, road, bridge or other structure or property owned by the University. Potential topics include various vendor registrations, Open-End Contract approval, bidding process, insurance bond requirements, EMR rating, required forms, form completion and invoicing.

 

WVU is requesting suggestions on topics which may be helpful in resolving bidding questions. The University requests RSVP’s for the seminar be submitted by February 14 to pcps@mail.wvu.edu. Additional information is available on the WVU Purchasing website at http://wvubids.finance.wvu.edu.

 

DOMINION NATRIUM BUILDINGS, MARSHALL COUNTY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1471814)  Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 2/10/2012 for construction of six new buildings for the Dominion Natrium Plant Site in Marshall County. Buildings will be constructed with split face CMU bearing walls, concrete floors, wood truss roof framing with metal roofing, fiberglass double hung windows, hollow metal doors and frames, wood interior door, painted drywall or block interior partitions, painted drywall or suspended lay-in ceilings and electric and plumbing to 5' outside the building. A pre-bid meeting was held on 1/12/2012 at 9:30 AM at Dominion Natrium, 445 West Main Street, Clarksburg. Bids should be submitted to Dominion Natrium, LLC, David Fitch, 445 West Main Street, Clarksburg, WV 26301. Plans and specifications are available from Thrasher Engineering, Inc., 30 Columbia Boulevard, P.O. Box 1532, Clarksburg, WV 26301 (304)624-4108.

Plans and specifications are available for viewing in the CAWV Physical Planroom and Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

ARCHITECT, COUNTY-WIDE ELECTRICAL UPGRADES, TAYLOR COUNTY SCHOOLS

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1472600) Proposals will be accepted until 3:00 PM on 1/30/2012 for architectural services related to the design and construction of electrical system upgrades for all Taylor County schools. Proposals should be submitted to Taylor County Board of Education, Mr. Samuel McDaniel, 82 Utt Drive, Grafton, WV 26354 (304)265-2497.

 

BOILER REPLACEMENT, MPRT PLANT 4, WVU, MORGANTOWN

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1472593)  Bids will be accepted until 3:00 PM on 3/6/2012 for replacement of the MPRT Plant 4 boiler on the Evansdale Campus of West Virginia University in Morgantown. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 2/14/2012 at 10:00 AM at PRT Plant 4 Boiler Building, 111 Evansdale Drive, Morgantown. Bids should be submitted to WVU Procurement Services, One Waterfront Place, Third Floor P. O. Box 6024, Morgantown, WV 26506 (304)293-5711. Plans and specifications are available from WVU Procurement Services, One Waterfront Place, Third Floor P. O.  Box 6024, Morgantown, WV 26506 (304)293-5711. Plans and specifications are available for viewing in the CAWV Physical Planroom and Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.


 

AUDITORIUM PAINTING, RIPLEY HIGH SCHOOL, JACKSON COUNTY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1472588)  Bids will be accepted until 9:00 AM on 1/31/2012 for painting the auditorium at Ripley High School in Jackson County. Work will include cleaning, plaster repair, floor patching and painting the floors, ceiling and walls. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 1/24/2012 at 10:00 AM at Jackson County Board of Education office. Bids should be submitted to Jackson County Board of Education, Superintendent Blaine C. Hess, #1 School Street, Ripley, WV 25271 (304)372-7300. Plans and specifications are available from Jackson County Board of Education, Superintendent Blaine C. Hess, #1 School Street, Ripley, WV 25271 (304)372-7300. Plans and specifications are expected in the CAWV Physical Planroom and Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

SLATE ROOF, SUMMERS COUNTY COURTHOUSE

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1472608)  Bids will be accepted until 3:00 PM on 3/16/2012 for construction of a slate roof at the Summers County Courthouse. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 2/23/2012 at 10:00 AM at the Summers County Courthouse. Bids should be submitted to Summers County Commission, Mr. Jerry E. Berry, P. O. Box 97, Hinton, WV 25951. Plans and specifications are available from J. Dan Snead & Associates, Inc., 3049 Robert C. Byrd Drive, Suite 200, Beckley, WV 25801 (304)252-6630. Plans and specifications are expected to be available for viewing in the CAWV Physical Planroom and Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

SOUTH HARRISON HIGH SCHOOL FIELD HOUSE, HARRISON COUNTY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1474522)  Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 2/10/2012 for the building of a new South Harrison High School field house. A pre-bid meeting will be held on 1/24/2012 at 2:00 PM at the South Harrison High School existing football field house, located off of WV-270 in Lost Creek, Harrison County. Bids should be submitted to Harrison County Board of Education, 408 E.B. Saunders Way, Clarksburg, WV 26301 (304)624-3300. Plans and specifications are available from Thrasher Engineering, Inc., 30 Columbia Boulevard, P.O. Box 1532, Clarksburg, WV 26301 (304)624-4108.

Plans and specifications are expected in the CAWV Physical Planroom and Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1475039)  PTR12011: Bids will be accepted until 1:30 PM on 2/23/2012 for construction of a metal and brick office / vehicle storage facility for the Division of Public Transit. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 2/8/2012 at 10:00 AM at Building 5, Suite 122, Charleston. For further information contact Frank Whittaker at (304)558-2316.

 

NATIONAL ROAD MONUMENT, CUMBERLAND, MD

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1474424)  Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 1/25/2012 for erection of a National Road Monument and mounted plaque in Riverside park in downtown Cumberland, Maryland. Bids should be submitted to City of Cumberland Engineering Department, David Umbling, P. O. Box 1702, Floor 3, Room 343, Cumberland, MD 21501 (301)759-6600. Plans and specifications are available from the City of Cumberland Engineering Department, David Umbling, P. O. Box 1702, Floor 3, Room 343, Cumberland, MD 21501 (301)759-6600.

 


HVAC AND ROOFING FOR LAWRENCE COUNTY MUNICIPAL BUILDING, CHESAPEAKE, OHIO

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1475043)  Bids will be accepted until 12:00 PM on 2/8/2012 for replacement of heating, ventilation and air conditioning control equipment and new roofing for the Lawrence County Municipal building. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 2/1/2012 at 10:00 AM at the Lawrence County Court. Bids should be submitted to Lawrence County Board of Commissioners, 111 South 4th Street, Ironton, OH 45638 (740)532-3436. Plans and specifications are available from Lawrence County Board of Commissioners, Dorothy Bledsoe, Lawrence County Municipal Court, 10916 County Road 1, Chesapeake, OH 45619 (740)867-3127.

 

MULTIPLE AWARD TASK ORDER CONTRACT, WV NATIONAL GUARD, STATEWIDE

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1474282)  Bids will be accepted until 3/6/2012 for Indefinite Delivery-Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Task Order Contracts (MATOC) for maintenance, repair, construction and design-build services throughout the state of West Virginia. Typical work includes, but is not limited to, interior and exterior renovations, heating and air-conditioning, HVAC controls, plumbing, fire suppression, electrical, lighting, alarms, communications, site-work, landscaping, fencing, masonry, roofing, paving, storm drainage, new facilities, surveys and studies. A pre-bid meeting will be held on 2/16/2012 (details will be announced with the solicitation package on or about 02/02/2012). Bids should be submitted to USFPO for West Virginia, Lucas Payne, 50 Armory Road, Buckhannon, WV 26201-8818. For full details visit www.fbo.gov and enter solicitation number W912L8-12-R-0001.

 

RFI: HVAC REPLACEMENT, GAULEY RANDER DISTRICT ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLEX, RICHWOOD

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1474287) Information will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 2/14/2012 from suppliers, designers and contractors regarding the availability and capability of potential qualified sources to replace the existing HVAC system at the Gauley Ranger District Administrative Complex in the Monongahela National Forest in Richwood. Information should be submitted to George Washington & Jefferson National Forests, Laura Ingram, 5162 Valleypointe Parkway, Roanoke, VA 24019.  For full details visit www.fbo.gov and enter solicitation number AG-3395-S-12-0003.

 

PARKING LOT DESIGN-BUILD, MARTINSBURG VAMC

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1474924) Design-Build proposals will be accepted until 1:00 PM on 2/24/2012 for a parking lot expansion at the VAMC in Martinsburg. A pre-bid meeting will be held on 2/7/2012 at 10:00 AM at VAMC Facilities Management Service / VA Contract Satellite Office, 510 Butler Avenue, Building 308B, Martinsburg. Bids should be submitted to Department of Veterans Affairs, Angela Burger, 510 Butler Avenue, Building 308B, Martinsburg, WV 25401. Full details are available from www.fbo.gov by entering the solicitation number VA24512R0079.

 

ASBESTOS ABATEMENT HARLEY STAGGERS BUILDING, MONONGALIA COUNTY

(Bid 01/11/2012)

 

Bid 120 day completion

Reclaim Company, LLC........................................................................................... $1,061,500

Dore & Associates......................................................................................................   1,266,900

LVI Environmental Services ......................................................................................   1,294,000

Abmech, Inc...............................................................................................................   1,816,190

Canfield Development, Inc. .......................................................................................   2,077,777

 

Bid 180 day completion

Reclaim Company, LLC........................................................................................... $1,018,499

Dore & Associates.......................................................................................... ..........   1,236,900

LVI Environmental Services  .....................................................................................   1,294,000

Abmech, Inc....................................................................................... ......................   1,744,390

Canfield Development, Inc. .......................................................................................   1,940,000

 

POLICE BUILDING 1ST FLOOR RENOVATIONS, WVU, MONONGALIA COUNTY

(Bid 1/10/2012)

 

Lombardi Development.............................................................................................. $534,000

Laurita, Inc.  ............................................................................................................   536,995

Waller Corporation ....................................................................................................   566,800

Rycon Construction ...................................................................................................   587,900

Veritas Contracting ....................................................................................................   589,900

DanHill Construction .................................................................................................   610,000

March-Westin Company, Inc.  ................................................................................   634,100

G.A. Brown & Son, Inc. ...........................................................................................   725,000

 

*CAWV Members in Bold Type



 

 

MU 2012 - 3

January 20, 2012

 

JOINT UTILITY COMMITTEE MEETING FEBRUARY 23

 

The CAWV Joint Utility Committee will meet Thursday, February 23, at 10:00 a.m. at the CAWV Headquarters in Charleston. Agency representatives from the Public Service Commission, Rural Utility Services, the WV Infrastructure and Jobs Development Council, WV Division of Environmental Protection and the Water Development Authority will join CAWV members in discussions on industry issues. For more information, or to participate via video conference from Morgantown, Wheeling or Martinsburg, contact Pat McDonald at (304)342-1166 or pmcdonald@cawv.org

 

TRAILER MOUNTED SEWER CLEANER, WINFIELD

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1471798)  Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 2/22/2012 for a trailer mounted sewer cleaner for the City of Winfield. Bids should be submitted to the City of Winfield, Mayor Randy Barrett, P.O. Box 596, Winfield, WV 25213. Plans and specifications are available from S&S Engineers, Inc., 501 Eagle Mountain Road, Charleston, WV 25311 (304)342-7168. Plans and specifications are available for viewing in the CAWV Physical Planroom and Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

ANDREW HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY, WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS, KANAWHA COUNTY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1473259)  Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 2/16/2012 for removal of an existing 4,000 GPD package treatment plant and installation of a new 6,000 GPD package treatment plant at Andrew Heights Elementary School in Kanawha County. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 2/2/2012 at 2:00 PM at Kanawha County Schools Operations Center. Bids should be submitted to Kanawha County Schools, Sherry Blake, 3300 Pennsylvania Avenue, Charleston, WV 25302

(304)348-6120. Plans and specifications are available from Chapman Technical Group, 200 6th Avenue, St. Albans, WV 25177 (304)727-5501. Plans and specifications are available for viewing in the CAWV Physical Planroom and Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

MONONGAHELA MOUNDS SANITARY SEWER IMPROVEMENTS, WASHINGTON COUNTY, PA

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1474378)  Bids will be accepted until 10:00 AM on 1/31/2012 for the construction of the Monongahela Mounds sanitary sewer improvements in Washington County, Pennsylvania. Bids should be submitted to Washington County Redevelopment Authority, 100 West Beau Street, Courthouse Building, Suite 603, Washington, PA 15301 (724)228-6875. Plans and specifications are available from Chester Engineers, 501 McKean Avenue, 3rd Floor, Charleroi, PA 15022 (724)483-8041.

 

 

 

 

 

CITY OF BRIDGEPORT SANITARY SEWER IMPROVEMENTS, HARRISON COUNTY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1474494)  Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 2/14/2012 for the installation of 365 LF of 8" TC gravity sewer with 8" PVC SDR 35 gravity sewer pipe, 424 LF of 6" Orangeburg gravity sewer with 8" PVC SDR 35 gravity sewer pipe, 380 LF of 6" Orangeburg gravity sewer with 8" ductile iron CL 50 gravity sewer pipe, 3,470 LF of 6" TC gravity sewer with 8" PVC SDR 35 gravity sewer pipe, 340 LF of 6" PVC gravity sewer with 8" PVC SDR 35 gravity sewer pipe, 201 LF of 6" PVC gravity sewer with 8" ductile iron CL 50 gravity sewer pipe, 190 LF of 16" steel casing (open cut) with casing spacers, 13 new sanitary manhole, 12 EA sanitary manholes, 40 VF 48" diameter sanitary sewer manhole riser pipe, 1,470 LF of 4" PVC SDR gravity sewer lateral pipe, 850 LF of 4" ductile iron gravity sewer lateral pipe, 61 EA 8"x4" PVC wye service connections, 8 EA 8"x4" ductile iron wye service connections, 71 EA sanitary sewer customer reconnections, 7 EA inside manhole drop connections, 5 EA 8" terminal gravity cleanouts, 100 LF gravel street/driveway repair, 200 LF of HMA driveway repair, 510 LF of concrete road/driveway repair, 40 LF of brick driveway/sidewalk repair, 60 LF of concrete sidewalk repair, 900 LF of Type AB trench repair, 550 TN of 2" HMA overlay, 1,500 LF of shoulder stone, and other numerous items of work to complete the sanitary sewer improvements project for the City of Bridgeport.  A pre-bid meeting will be held on 1/31/2012 at 10:00 AM at the City of Bridgeport.

Bids should be submitted to City of Bridgeport, H. Tom Brown, P. E., 515 W. Main Street, Bridgeport, WV 26330 (304)842-8231. Plans and specifications are available from Thrasher Engineering, Inc., 30 Columbia Boulevard, P.O. Box 1532, Clarksburg, WV 26301 (304)624-4108. Plans and specifications are expected to be available for viewing in the CAWV Physical Planroom and Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

SEWER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS, MINERAL WELLS, WOOD COUNTY(Bid 1/17/2012)

 

Contract 1

Orders Construction Company ...............................................................................  $2,670,500

Brenckenridge Corporation.........................................................................................    2,679,000

Mid-Atlantic Construction, Inc...............................................................................................    2,815,330

 

Contract 2

Stonegate Construction........................................................................................................... $1,321,651

Everett L. Harper and Son, Inc................................................................................   1,485,000

Fields Excavating, Inc.  ..............................................................................................   1,520,000

The James White Construction Company   ............................................................   1,640,000

J. F. Allen Company.................................................................................................   1,675,000

C.J. Hughes Construction Company, Inc....................................................................   1,723,700

FAMCO, Inc..............................................................................................................   1,769,000

Orders Construction Company  ..............................................................................   1,877,000

 

Contract 3

Pro Contracting, Inc....................................................................................................    $615,622

Everett L. Harper and Son, Inc................................................................................      653,886

Cowgirl Up, Inc. .......................................................................................................      657,777

Tri-State Pipeline, Inc...............................................................................................      718,398

Stonegate Construction, Inc........................................................................................      747,626

Fields Excavating, Inc. ...........................................................................................................

The James White Construction Company............... ...............................................       838,281

J. F. Allen Company.................................................................................................       850,129

 

Contract 4

Environment One Corporation....................................................................................      $121,870

 

EMERGENCY GENERATOR, LONACONING, MD (Bid 1/17/20120)

 

Western Maryland Construction Solutions, LLC.........................................................     $166,260

S & S Electric, Inc......................................................................................................       169,200

Byco Enterprises, Inc..................................................................................................       235,993

Bear Contracting, LLC.............................................................................................       255,855

 

TUNNEL WATER LINE REPLACEMENT, BLAND COUNTY, VA (Bid 1/10/2012)

 

DLB, Inc. ................................................................................................................... $1,041,600

Welding, Inc. ...........................................................................................................   1,244,000

H. T. Bowling, Inc. ....................................................................................................   1,285,450

West Virginia Pipeline, Inc.........................................................................................   1,375,000

Rorrer Well Drilling Inc..............................................................................................   1,398,601

Mcfall Excavating.......................................................................................................   1,460,800

 

 

* CAWV Members in Bold Type



 

 

 

 

January 20, 2012

 

 

SAFE HANDLING OF FLAMMABLE AND COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS

 

Dangerous liquid fuels are found on most construction projects. Make sure they are kept in clearly marked containers.

 

Know how to safely store and use flammable and combustible liquids.

 

*......... Use fire safe products when possible.  This goes a long way in helping to reduce or eliminate fire dangers.

 

*......... Beware of using gasoline, benzene, or other flammables as cleaners.  Less dangerous products are available that will work as well.

 

*......... Keep only a minimum supply of flammables and combustibles on hand.

 

*......... Store your supply away from building(s).

 

*......... DO NOT store materials in boiler, electrical panel, or air-conditioning equipment rooms.

 

*......... Protect against static electricity buildup when dispensing these liquids from drums into metal containers.  Ground all drums, and during filling, clip a wire between the drum and the container being filled.

 

*......... Use only approved safety cans for storing flammables.

 

*......... Oil, grease, and solvent soaked rags should be kept in a self-closing container.  Change or dispose of cleaning rags frequently.

 

Call the CAWV at 304-342-1166 for help with your safety issues.

  

 

HH 2012 - 3

January 20, 2012

AGC LAUNCHES “TRANSPORTATION IS JOB #1" CAMPAIGN

 

With only 73 days remaining until the expiration of the latest highway and transit authorization extension, today AGC kicked-off a comprehensive grassroots and communications campaign asking Congress to take action on a reauthorization bill before March 31, 2012. The campaign, called Make Transportation JOB #1, will continue to build momentum for passage of a reauthorization bill. 

 

The time to engage members of Congress is now. Both the House and Senate are in position to move their respective bills but they need to be encouraged to act. AGC members nationwide have worked hard to get the reauthorization bill to this point and help is needed to push to ensure members of Congress hear from their constituents of the need to Make Transportation JOB #1 and pass a highway and transit reauthorization bill. Over the next several weeks AGC members and business colleagues need to:

 

1......... Send letters to Representatives and Senators;

2......... Sign a petition expressing support for passing a highway and transit bill;

3......... Use a complete grassroots toolkit – available on the AGC website – with sample letters to the editor and guidance about arranging effective meetings with Representatives and Senators.

 

AGC would like to thank the chapters and members who have already participated in the campaign. To date, 429 letters have been sent to Congress asking them to pass a highway and transit bill. Only 21 signatures have been added to AGC’s online petition so we ask that you go onto our website, www.agc.org/roads, sign the petition today, and encourage your employees and colleagues to do the same.

 

Getting a highway and transit authorization bill passed in Congress and signed into law prior to March 31, 2012, will not be easy. It is vital that AGC members engage business associates (suppliers, subcontractors, insurance, bonding, financial services, etc.), labor organizations and other non-construction businesses in this effort. We need a true team effort to get this done.

 

TRANSPORTATION DAY GENERATES TALK ABOUT STATE’S HIGHWAY NETWORK

 

CAWV members joined WVBT coalition members on January 12 to flood the Capitol with people interested in a long-term solution to the state’s highway funding crisis. Members wore reflective vests to make the message, “Roads = Jobs” visible to state lawmakers. Both the House of Delegates and Senate sessions were filled with members promoting the message. Media joined members for a press conference and joint meeting of the House and Senate transportation committees. Media outlets ran stories on the event highlighting potential solutions and discussing the issues facing the continued construction and maintenance of a safe and modern highway system. In addition to the following editorials and newspaper articles that were generated as a result of Transportation Day, CAWV Executive Director Mike Clowser discussed the issue on Wednesday’s edition of MetroNews TalkLine with Hoppy Kercheval.

 


Groups promote road funding

(WV Public Broadcasting 01/13) West Virginia is a lightly populated rural state with a huge network of roads and highways which need constant maintenance. Yet the highways system is now funded at about the same level as it was 16 years ago.

 

Highways chief floats road bond issue

(Charleston Daily Mail 01/13) Advocates for the State Road Fund gathered in the House of Delegates chamber at the state Capitol Thursday during a subcommittee hearing.

 

King Coal Highway: Approval of $1 billion bond could fund usable segment

(Bluefield Daily Telegraph 01/14) A proposed $1 billion bond could help create a usable segment of the King Coal Highway in Mercer County if approved by state voters.

 

Backing The Road Bond Idea

(WV MetroNews 01/16) "Things have changed in Congress. We're not going to get the federal highway funds that we got in the past. We're not going to get the earmarks of the past," Tom Witt said. "If we really want to have a modern transportation system, which helps all dimensions of our economy, we're all just going to have to man it up and woman it up and pay up."

 

Backing the road bond

(Beckley Register Herald 01/17) Nobody likes the thought of higher taxes and fees, but we would encourage the citizenry to weigh all the factors. A road bond, along with public-private partnerships, can move these new road construction plans forward in the Mountain State    providing jobs, improving access and opening the door to economic development.

 

Road bond - Proposal merits consideration

(Bluefield Daily Telegraph 01/17) And before voters can even have a say on such a long-term bond issue, lawmakers in Charleston must agree to place the actual bond issue on the ballot this year.

 

WVDOH STATEWIDE ASPHALT PRECONSTRUCTION CONFERENCE

 

The WVDOH will be holding their Statewide Asphalt Preconstruction Conference on February 16 in conjunction with the 32nd Annual Asphalt Paving Conference. Both conferences are being held at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Charleston, WV. Attendees are encouraged to make their hotel reservations by January 24 to ensure sleeping room availability. Additional information and registration information can be found at www.asphaltwv.com or by calling (304)342-1166.

 

EARLY SITE PACKAGE, NORTH CENTRAL ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY CENTER, FAIRMONT

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1472615)  Bids will be accepted until 3:00 PM on 2/8/2012 for early site package work for the North Central Advanced Technology Center in Fairmont. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 1/25/2012 at 1:00 PM at Robert H. Mollohan Research Center, Exhibition Hall, I-79 Technology Park, 1000 Galliher Drive, Fairmont. Bids should be submitted to WV Council for Community and Technical College Education, Sheila Hunt, 1018 Kanawha Boulevard, East, Suite 700, Charleston, WV 25301 (304)558-0277. Plans and specifications are available from E.T. Boggess, 101 Rockledge Avenue, Princeton, WV 24740 (304)425-4491.

 


BRIDGE SPOT PAINTING, WV TURNPIKE

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1473560)  Bids will be accepted until 3:00 PM on 2/2/2012 for spot painting bridges on the WV Turnpike from mile 17 to mile 50 in Mercer and Raleigh counties. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 1/26/2012 at 10:00 AM at WV Parkways Authority administrative office.

Bids should be submitted to WV Parkways and Economic Development Authority, 3310 Piedmont Road, P. O. Box 1469, Charleston, WV 25325 (304)926-1900. Plans and specifications are available from HNTB Corporation, #3 Mission Way, Scott Depot, WV 25560 (304)760-1833. Plans and specifications are available for viewing in the CAWV Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

PERIMETER FENCE, MINGO COUNTY AIRPORT

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1473575)  Bids will be accepted until 3:00 PM on 2/23/2012 for installation of approximately 17,725 LF of 9' fence with four gates, 50 tons of bituminous asphalt pavement and 170 CY of base course at the Mingo County Airport in Varney. A pre-bid meeting will be held on 2/6/2012 at 1:30 PM at Mingo County Airport in Varney. Bids should be submitted to Mingo County Airport Authority, Mingo County Courthouse, 75 East Second Avenue, Room 334, Williamson, WV 25661. Plans and specifications are available from Chapman Technical Group, 200 6th Avenue, St. Albans, WV 25177 (304)727-5501. Plans and specifications are expected to be available for viewing in the CAWV Physical Planroom and Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

RECERTIFICATION FLOOD LEVEE, TOWN OF RIDGELEY, MINERAL COUNTY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1475033) Proposals will be accepted until 4:00 PM on 1/24/2012 for engineering services related to recertification of the Ridgeley’s flood levee. Further information is available from the Region 8 Planning and Development Council, Angie Curl, Grant County Industrial Park, Box 849, Petersburg, WV 26847 (304)257-2448.

 

BRIDGE REPLACEMENT ON CORONO BAYARD ROAD, GARRETT COUNTY, MARYLAND

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1474542)  Bids will be accepted until 1:30 PM on 2/9/2012 for the replacement of Bridge No. G-03, Corona Bayard Road over the North Branch of the Potomac River, in Garrett County, Maryland. The project also includes the approach roadway work along Corona Baylard and Althouse Hill Road and maintenance of traffic. A pre-bid meeting will be held on 1/25/2012 at 10:00 AM at the Commissioners Public Meeting Room, 203 South Fourth Street, Room 209, Oakland, Maryland.

Bids should be submitted to Garrett County Commissioners, 203 South Fourth Street, Room 209, Oakland, MD 21550 (301)334-5003. Plans and specifications are available from Garrett County Commissioners, 203 South Fourth Street, Room 209, Oakland, MD, 21550 (301)334-5003.

Plans and specifications are available for viewing in the CAWV Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

DEEP CREEK TRAIL CONSTRUCTION , MCHENRY, MARYLAND

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1474557)  Bids will be accepted until 1:30 PM on 2/16/2012 for construction of approximately 1,073 yard bike and pedestrian trail. Includes excavation, drainage, aggregate base course, seeding, mulching, boardwalk construction and hot mix asphalt paving. A pre-bid meeting will be held on 2/1/2012 at 10:00 AM at the Commissioners Public Meeting Room located at 203 South Fourth Street, Room 209, Oakland, Maryland. Bids should be submitted to Garrett County Commissioners, 203 South Fourth Street, Room 209, Oakland, MD 21550 (301)334-5003. Plans and specifications are available from Garrett County Commissioners, 203 South Fourth Street, Room 209, Oakland, MD 21550 (301)334-5003. Plans and specifications are available for viewing in the CAWV Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

SOURCES SOUGHT: EQUIPMENT / OPERATOR RENTAL, GEORGE WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON NATIONAL FORESTS

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1474911) Information from potential sources will be accepted until 4:30 PM on 2/14/2012 for providing equipment rental with an operator on an as-needed basis to perform culvert repair or replacement, fill material placement, debris removal, road repair and/or similar work on roads and established recreation areas within the George Washington and Jefferson National Forest, a 1.8 million acre tract with 123,629 acres in West Virginia. This is a sources sought notice and not a request for bids, quotations or proposals. Information should be submitted to George Washington & Jefferson National Forests, Laura Ingram, 5162 Valleypointe Parkway, Roanoke, VA 24019. For full details visit www.fbo.gov and enter solicitation number AG-3395-S-12-0002.

 

CONCRETE SAW CUTTING FOR FLOATING BITT EXTENSIONS, JEFFERSON COUNTY, OH (Bid 1/04/2012)

 

Matcon Diamond, Inc. ................................................................................... $98,900

 

08120198: STRUCTURAL STEEL MATERIALS, WVDOH (Bid 1/11/2012)

 

Charleston Steel Company, Inc. ...................................................... $59,824

JAMATT, Inc. ..................................................................................   69,531

 

*CAWV Members in Bold Type

 

West Virginia Department Of Transportation

Division of Highways

 

Bid Results - Letting of January 4, 2012

 

                               

CALL

PROJECT NUMBER & BIDDERS

COUNTY

BID

DBE

 

 

 

 

 

001

S317-33/3-0.19

Harrison

 

 

 

Marks Drilling

 

139,492.20

 

 

BBR Drilling Company, Inc.

 

145,290.00

 

 

Bilco Construction Co., Inc.

 

161,740.00

 

 

Alan Stone Co., Inc.

 

166,096.50

 

 

Ohio-West Virginia Excavating Co.

 

187,287.00

 

 

Swank Construction Company, LLC

 

337,361.94

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*CAWV Members in Bold Type

West Virginia Department Of Transportation

Division of Highways

 

Bid Results - Letting of January 18, 2012

 

                               

CALL

PROJECT NUMBER & BIDDERS

COUNTY

BID

DBE

 

 

 

 

 

001

HSIP-0220(191)D  (S312-220-12.35)

Grant

 

 

 

PDK Construction, Inc

 

94,683.80

 

 

Penn Line Services, Inc.

 

96,180.00

 

 

Green Acres Contracting Company, Inc.

 

98,070.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

002

HSIP-2010(053)D  (S314-50-23.80)

Hampshire

 

 

 

Interstate Road Management Corporation

 

167,556.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

003

HSIP-0127(011)D  (S314-127-0.00)

Hampshire

 

4.00

 

Deferred to January 31

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

004

IM-0773(429)D  (S320-77-95.61)

Kanawha

 

5.00

 

West Virginia Paving, Inc. 

 

431,948.50

5.00

 

 

 

 

 

005

STP-0017(091)D  (S325-17-2.82)

Marion

 

7.00

 

Dodd General Contractors Corporation

 

701,611.10

 

 

Mountaineer Contractors, Inc.

 

703,404.69

 

 

J F Allen Company

 

708,715.16

 

 

 

 

 

 

006

STP-0218(015)D  (S325-218-0.00)

Marion

 

7.00

 

J F Allen Company

 

1,123,233.96

7.00

 

Dodd General Contractors Corporation

 

1,142,472.73

7.00

 

Mountaineer Contractors, Inc.

 

1,147,795.73

7.00

 

 

 

 

 

007

STP-0016(231)D  (U310-16-0.00-04)

Fayette

 

6.00

 

West Virginia Paving, Inc.

 

503,453.98

6.00

 

 

 

 

 

008

IM-0791(125)D  (S320-79-0.20)

Kanawha

 

 

 

West Virginia Paving, Inc.

 

184,937.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

009

IM-0642(150)D  (S320-64-49.99)

Kanawha

 

5.00

 

West Virginia Paving, Inc.

 

416,649.50

5.00

 

 

 

 

 

010

S332-122-6.54

Monroe

 

 

 

Hoke Brothers Contracting, Inc.

 

414,154.71

 

 

ACCAD Corporation

 

453,045.85

 

 

Teays River Construction Company

 

460,559.70

 

 

Bilco Construction Co., Inc.

 

550,617.00

 

 

Orders Construction Company, Inc.

 

558,991.32

 

 

 

 

 

 

011

NHG-0016(196)D  (S341-16-15.54)

Raleigh

 

 

 

Eight Treasures of Kentucky, LLC

 

89,817.00

 

 

Bayliss & Ramey, Inc.

 

94,641.00

 

 

Davis H Elliot Construction Company

 

97,100.00

 

 

Stealth, LTD

 

134,621.70

 

 

 

 

 

 

012

EB-0773(422)D  (S354-77-169.29)

Wood

 

 

 

BBR Drilling Company, Inc.

 

189,955.00

 

 

Bilco Construction Company, Inc.

 

196,683.00

 

 

Alan Stone Co., Inc.

 

205,698.00

 

 

Marks Drilling

 

248,445.90

 

 

Ohio-West Virginia Excavating Co.

 

259,259.00

 

 

Kelly Paving, Inc.

 

269,964.10

 

 

MEC Construction, LLC

 

368,110.00

 

 

Thaxton Construction Company, Inc. of Sissonville

 

435,997.50

 

 

 

 

 

 

013

S306-3-2.69

Cabell

 

 

 

BBR Drilling Company, Inc.

 

110,907.00

 

 

Marks Drilling

 

124,396.00

 

 

Bilco Construction Company, Inc.

 

127,692.00

 

 

McCoy Construction Company

 

129,753.00

 

 

Thaxton Construction Company, Inc. of Sissonville

 

199,515.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

014

S306-17-0.02

Cabell

 

 

 

Bilco Construction Company, Inc.

 

443,800.00

 

 

Pauls Concrete, Inc.

 

450,000.00

 

 

Teays River Construction Company

 

464,000.00

 

 

Velotta Company, The

 

539,250.00

 

 

Bush & Burchett, Inc.

 

780,000.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

015

S307-5-8.48

Calhoun

 

 

 

Kelly Paving, Inc.

 

533,534.53

 

 

J F Allen Company, Inc.

 

540,559.66

 

 

Meadows Stone & Paving, Inc.

 

563,437.84

 

 

West Virginia Paving, Inc.

 

598,121.03

 

 

 

 

 

 

016

S315-11-2.23

Hancock

 

 

 

Kelly Paving, Inc.

 

248,201.00

 

 

Lash Paving, Inc.

 

254,153.22

 

 

 

 

 

 

017

S318-77-124.89

Jackson

 

 

 

PULLED

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

018

S330-6-0.05

Boone

 

 

 

Building Utility Systems, LLC

 

105,958.00

 

 

Bilco Construction Company, Inc.

 

129,065.00

 

 

Mountaineer Contractors, Inc.

 

147,949.71

 

 

Teays River Construction Company

 

155,682.00

 

 

Jim Construction, Inc.

 

164,026.20

 

 

R K Construction, Inc.

 

175,481.37

 

 

Kokosing Construction Company, Inc.

 

228,000.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

019

S337-30/1-0.50

Pleasants

 

 

 

Marks Drilling

 

190,420.00

 

 

BBR Drilling Company, Inc.

 

191,248.00

 

 

Alan Stone, Inc.

 

207,546.55

 

 

Bilco Construction Company, Inc.

 

220,412.00

 

 

Ohio-West Virginia Excavating Co.

 

239,339.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

020

S342-31-0.37

Randolph

 

 

 

BBR Drilling Company, Inc.

 

155,884.00

 

 

Marks Drilling

 

228,750.55

 

 

Thaxton Construction Company, Inc., of Sissonville

 

317,985.00

 

 

Bilco Construction Company, Inc.

 

362,940.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

021

EB-0793(231)D  (S317-79-129.22)

Harrison / Marion

 

5.00

 

Mountaineer Contractors, Inc.

 

1,731,272.48

5.00

 

J F Allen Company

 

1,809,448.26

5.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*CAWV Members in Bold Type