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Newsletter 2011-15                                                                                                 April 15, 2011

 

CAWV SPRING MEETING SHAPING UP TO BE GREAT EVENT

 

The CAWV Program Committee has finalized the tentative program and schedule for the CAWV Spring Meeting being held May 13-15, 2011 at The Resort at Glade Springs in Daniels, just outside of Beckley. “The program offers something for everyone,” said Program Committee Chairman Dan Flesher. “We have put together a business session that will impart our members at all levels with essential information that they can use.” Networking and social events round out the program.

 

This is the association’s second Spring Meeting. Last year’s inaugural event brought over 100 association members together. “This meeting will feature many learning and networking opportunities,” said CAWV President John Strickland.  “The Program Committee was tasked with creating a unique event and meeting that will provide an opportunity for members to participate in activities other than just our traditional events,” he said.

 

The business session will focus on leadership skills for those in the construction industry. Construction industry professionals such as owners, estimators, project managers, HR personnel and other employees will all leave with skills that will make them better businesspeople and strengthen their company’s foundation. Planned children’s activities and recreation opportunities on and off the property make this a great family-oriented meeting.

 

“Those new to leadership and corporate culture along with seasoned professionals will all find real-world advice to hone their skills,” said Young Contractors Chairman Rob Williams. “I have encouraged all of our Young Contractor members to attend, as this meeting presents wonderful educational and networking opportunities for all CAWV members.”

 

The registration fee for the meeting is $225 per couple. Registration forms are attached to this week’s Newsletter and members can register online through the events section of the association’s website at www.cawv.org/events. Reservations can be made by calling The Resort at Glade Springs Reservations at (877) 294-5513 and asking for the Contractors Association of West Virginia room block. Upgrades are on an availability basis.  Further information is available from Wendy Long at long@cawv.org or (304) 342-1166.

 

 

 

CAWV Spring Meeting

Tentative Agenda

 

 


Friday, May 13

 

3:00 p.m.               CAWV Board of Directors Meeting

5:30 p.m.               Welcome Night Reception - Dinner on your own

8:00 p.m.               Campfire

 

Saturday, May 14

 

7:30 a.m.               Breakfast

8:00 a.m.               Business Session


 

                                                “Art of Safety”

Learn about the tools available to improve a safe work environment for employees and the programs that can help firms manage costs and reduce their workers’ compensation premiums. Speakers: Allan Williams and Lisa Teel, BrickStreet Mutual Insurance

 

                                                “Leadership in Construction”

Speakers will present a panel discussion focusing on leadership within the construction industry. Personal growth and motivation, company leadership, industry participation and association membership will be the focus of the discussion. Moderator: Rob Williams, Vecellio & Grogan, Young Contractors Chairman

 

Patrick Kelly, Health Care Association Executive Director and leadership author

Learn leadership skills that bring about the ability to influence and inspire others to build partnerships, resolve conflicts and achieve objectives from Patrick D. Kelly. Currently the executive director of the Health Care Association, Kelly was a member at Steptoe and Johnson and served as general counsel for Governor Underwood.  The author of “Rainmaking 101,” he is a consultant and speaker on building strong business relationships, networking, sales and overcoming generational communication gaps.

 

                                                “Industry Outlook and CAWV Issues”

Update on West Virginia construction markets and how contractor and associate member firms can get the most out of their CAWV Membership.

               

12:00 p.m              Recreational activities including kids program, golf, fishing, rafting and a zip line tour.

6:00 p.m.               Reception

7:00 p.m.               Dinner

 

                                                “The Summit: Updates on Boy Scout High Adventure Camp”

A world-class, national center of scouting excellence will be built on a 10,600 acre site in the New River Gorge Region of West Virginia.  The $100 million project, which is expected to be complete in 2013, will establish a permanent home for the National Scout Jamboree and a new high-adventure base program.  Speaker: Gary Hartley, Boy Scouts of America

 

Sunday, May 14 - Depart

 

CAWV, WVDOH AND MEMBERS KICK OFF WORK ZONE SAFETY SEASON

 

On Thursday the CAWV joined the WV Department of Transportation, FHWA and the State Police to announce the beginning of the 2011 Work Zone Safety and Awareness season. A press conference was held at the Capitol Complex.  CAWV member Jim Matheney, Safety Caution Equipment, addressed the group, discussing the vulnerability of workers on a job site. Mr. Matheney’s interview on WCHS-TV is posted online at http://www.wchstv.com/newsroom/eyewitness/110414_4927.shtml.

 

“Construction workers have only lights, vests or signs protecting them from the traveling public,” Mr. Matheney said. “It is our job to keep the public safe, but we also have to get our workers home safe.” Mr. Matheney urged motorists to pay attention, expect the unexpected and to avoid using a cell phone while in the zone. “Recent statistics show work zone accidents are the lowest they have been since 1949,” FHWA Division Administrator Tom Smith said, adding, “Even one death is too many.”

 

The press conference and subsequent interviews were broadcast to news stations throughout the state. For more information about Work Zone Safety Season, click on the safety section of the CAWV’s webiste at www.cawv.org. 

 


WHITE HOUSE, CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS AGREE TO BUDGET DEAL, AVERT SHUTDOWN - OVER HALF OF BUDGET CUTS DERIVED FROM FEDERAL CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMS

After several long weeks of negotiations, the White House and House Republicans announced in the late hours of April 8 that they agreed on a $1.208 trillion spending package for the remainder of FY 2011. The package represents nearly $40 billion dollar cut in non-defense discretionary spending for the remainder of FY 2011.  The House and Senate passed the bill Thursday. The measure passed the Republican-controlled House on a 260-167 vote, and the final vote in the Senate was 81-19. The bill goes to the President, who must sign it by midnight on Friday when the continuing resolution expires.

 

Similar to the cuts provided in H.R. 1 (the original continuing resolution for FY 2011 that passed the House) this latest package appears to have a severe impact on federal construction accounts. Based on a list of cuts provided by the House Appropriations Committee, AGC has determined that funding for federal construction accounts will be cut by $21.9 billion. Among the biggest cuts are to the Department of Defense Military Construction, Federal Highway Administration Contract Authority, High Speed Rail, Clean and Safe Drinking Water State Revolving Funds and GSA Construction. Not all of these cuts will have a dramatic impact on the construction industry. For example, the Federal Highway Administration funding cut rescinds $2.5 billion in existing contract authority that had been previously apportioned to states but was never funded. The cut to high speed rail funding disrupts President Obama’s plan for a nationwide network that has yet to materialize. In addition, a major portion of the Department of Defense cuts represent reduced construction activity due to the closeout of BRAC 2005.

 

Previously, AGC issued guidance to assist contractors engaged in work with the federal government should the government shut down. AGC continues to communicate to Congress that the planned cuts have the potential to eliminate jobs and will have a real and lasting impact on the entire economy. Before cutting federal construction dollars a thorough evaluation of the programs needs to occur. AGC will continue to advocate for sound investment in our nation’s infrastructure as consideration of the FY 2012 budget commences.

 

For more information on the FY 2012 budget and the President’s long-term budget plan, click here to view AGC’s Construction Legislative Week in Review.

 

STATE HISTORIC BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES ON DISPLAY AT CULTURE CENTER

 

On display at the Culture Center at the Capitol Complex is a juried exhibit showing historic buildings and structures throughout the state. The show is the second of four in the “Inspired: A West Virginia Series of Juried Exhibitions” presented by the Division. The exhibition opened January 24, 2011 in the Commissioner’s Gallery of the West Virginia State Museum. The series of exhibitions commemorates the Mountain State’s 150th anniversary, which culminates in 2013.

 

IMPORTANT DATES FOR SPECIAL PRIMARY ELECTION FOR GOVERNOR

 

The primary election for Governor will be held on Saturday, May 14. The last day to register to vote is April 25, 2011. Early voting will take place from April 29 to May 11 (including Saturdays). The absentee ballot request deadline is May 9. Check your registration status and polling location here.

 


CAWV CONGRESSIONAL FLY-IN SCHEDULED FOR MAY 25

 

The 23rd annual CAWV Congressional Fly-In will be held Wednesday, May 25.  President John Strickland will lead a CAWV-member delegation to Washington, D. C. to meet with West Virginia’s congressional delegation on issues critical to the construction industry.  “It is important that our senators and representatives see us in their offices, meeting with them face-to-face, to discuss the issues that are important to our members,” said President Strickland.

 

Participants can fly to Washington on USAir out of Yeager Airport on Wednesday morning and return that evening, or drive and meet the delegation in Washington. Members who have attended in the past received information on this year’s Fly-In.  Any member wishing to attend this year’s event should contact Mike Clowser at (304)342-1166 or mclowser@cawv.org.

 

STEVE WINTERS HONORED AS PART OF GENERATION NEXT

 

Steve Winters, Fox Engineering/Fox Construction, was selected part of the 2011 group of the State Journal’s Generation Next. The program highlights 40 people younger than 40 who show leadership and a commitment to West Virginia and their community.  Mr. Winters, the only CAWV contractor member honored, graduated from West Virginia Institute of Technology in 1992 and spent short stints at a trio of firms. He was a surveyor and construction inspector at Orders Construction of St. Albans from 1995-2003 before joining Fox Engineering/Construction. He is currently construction manager for the firm’s heavy/highway division. For more information on Mr. Winters, click here.

 

CAWV Associate members honored include Jessica Alsop, attorney with Jackson Kelly; Emily Bennington, business development director with Dixon Hughes; Diana Johnson, partner with Bowles Rice McDavid Graff and Love; Davin Seamon, member at Steptoe and Johnson; and Rukhsana Turner, vice president at Terradon Communications. To view the entire 2011 Generation Next group, click here.

 

CONSTRUCTION UP 7% THROUGH FEBRUARY 2011

 

Contracts for future construction in West Virginia in February 2011 were even with February 2010, $138.1 million in 2011 verses $138.7 million in 2010. Nonresidential construction fell 29 percent, from $36 million in February 2011 to $26 million in February 2011. Nonbuilding construction grew 6 percent, from $88 million in February 2010 to $93.8 million in February 2011. Nonbuilding construction includes roads, bridges, water and sewer facilities, dams and airports. Residential construction grew 34 percent, from $13 million in February 2010 to $18 million in February 2011. McGraw-Hill Construction provides the following totals on construction activity in West Virginia through February.

 

                                                      2011                           2010                        Percent Change

Nonresidential                                    $179,527,000              $125,742,000                          43       

Residential                                  34,517,000                  29,717,000                          16

Nonbuilding                              137,694,000                172,003,000                          -20

TOTAL CONSTRUCTION   $351,738,000                327,462,000                          7

 

WE ARE SADDENED TO REPORT

 

Wilbur “Spunky” Thaxton, 75, W. L. Thaxton Construction Company, passed away today after a short illness at his home in Myrtle Beach, SC.  Spunky is a founding member of the West Virginia Utility Contractors Association and EXPO. He served on the CAWV Board of Directors and was 1995 president of the National Utility Contractors Association.  There will be a memorial service in Charleston in late May or early June. Members will be made aware when plans are finalized. The CAWV extends its sympathy to his wife, Barbara, who was very active in WVUCA and CAWV activities.  In lieu of flowers, the family requests a donation to your favorite charity or hospice.

 

 

**Plans in CAWV Physical Plan Room                                                                                                     April 15, 2011

^ 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 Amber Stotts at

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

 


Bid

Date

Project

Contact

iSqFt

Project ID #

 

04/18

^** Storm Sewer Upgrades, Logan County

E. L. Robinson Engineering Company (304)776-7473

1274994

04/18

New

^** Re-Bid, Construction Athletic Facility, Mingo Central High School

Williamson Shriver Architects (304)345-1060

1288407

04/18

Roof Replacement, Two Cabell County Schools

Cabell County Board of Education, Mike O'Dell (304)528-5069

 

1285448

04/18

Entrance Renovations, Clear Spring High School, MD

Washington County Public Schools, Lisa Freeman  (301)766-2841

1282669

04/18

Electrical Materials, Jackson's Mill, Lewis County

WVU Procurement, Clinton Nuzum (304)293-5711

1285148

04/19

CALL 001: Design-Build, McQuain Brothers Bridge, WVDOH

WV Division of Highways, Robert Pennington

(304)528-5666

1233684

04/19

# Roof Replacement, Ansted Middle School, Fayette County

Fayette County Board of Education (304)574-0511

1285308

04/19

# Roof Replacement, Fayetteville Elementary School, Fayette County

Fayette County Board of Education (304)574-0511

1285297

04/19

New

^** Additions/Alterations, Marietta Municipal Court, OH

DC Reprographics

(614)297-1200

1265929

 

04/19

Exterior Renovation, Western Maryland Engineering Building, Tucker County

Charleston Blueprint

(304)343-1063

1277288

04/19

^ Weatherization Rehabilitation, North Elementary School, Monongalia County

CTL Engineering

(304)292-1135

1276014


04/19

New

General Repairs and Construction, Various Counties

For further information go to www.fbo.gov and enter Solicitation #GS-03P-11-CD-C-0024A

1271494

04/19

^  HVAC Renovations, Southeastern Greene School District, PA

Miller Engineering, Inc., Shelby McMahon (304)291-2234

1269523

04/19

6611C029: Open-End Contract, Repair/Maintenance, Silicone, Asphalt, and Concrete, WVDOH

Sheri Sloane (304)558-2402

 

1284001

04/19

New

^** GSD106450: Renovations, Building 3, Kanawha County

Charleston Blueprint

(304)343-1063

1193758

04/19

New

^** DEFK11019: Construction, Access Control Point, Camp Dawson, Preston County

NRI (202) 293-3278

1263356

04/19

BVH382: Renovations/Construction, Barboursville Veteran’s Home, Cabell County

Architectural Planning & Design (304)521-2929

1274903

04/19

Storm Drain Replacements, Randolph County Courthouse

Swecker Engineering

(304)636-0343

1291031

04/20

Engineers, Recreational Land Development, Putnam County

Putnam County Commission, Mrs. Dusty Hurley

(304)586-0201

1280322

04/20

^** Applied Technology Addition, WV Council for Community and Technical College

Schamu, Machowski, Greco Architects (304)233-0048

127790

04/20

Transportation Facility Construction, Frederick County, VA

OWPR, Inc. (540)552-2151

1287668

04/20

Playground Equipment Installation, Logan County

Logan County Board of Education, Ray Ellis

(304)792-2044

1285346

04/20

^ Renovations, Lincoln County Senior Community Center

C & B Blueprint (304)525-2175

1288455

04/20

New

6611C025: Open-End Contract, Hot Mix Asphalt Installation, Ten Districts, WVDOH

Sheri Sloane (304)558-2402

1283998

04/20

LOT468: Open-End Contract, HVAC Maintenance, Lottery Commission, Kanawha County

Shelly Murray (304)558-8801

1274896

04/20

Water Meter Materials, City of Morgantown

Morgantown Utility Board, Tim Ball (304)292-8443

1292198

04/20

^  HVAC Replacement, Oak Hill City Hall

Region IV Planning & Development Authority (304)872-4970

1272622


04/21

^  HVAC System Replacement, City of Richwood

Region IV Planning & Development Authority (304)872-4970

1277258

04/21

Construction, Secure Fenced Area, Industrial Park, Lawrence County, OH

Lawrence County Economic Development Corporation, Dr. Bill Dingus (740)377-4550

1288482

04/21

Curb Construction, Garrett County, MD

Garrett County Commissioners, Brian Bowers (301)334-5003

1282565

04/21

Construction, Irrigation System, Loudoun County, VA

Loudoun County, Christopher Bresley (703)777-0394

1280286

04/21

Monongahela Aquatorium Restoration and Expansion, PA

Accu-Copy Reprographics (724)935-7055

1281480

04/21

^ Abutment Repair, Route 94 Bridge, Kanawha County

HNTB Corporation

(304)760-1810

1288363

04/21

New

6611C020: Open-End Contract, Maintenance and Painting of Various Bridges, WVDOH

Sheri Sloane (304)558-2402

1284000

04/21

^** Culvert Retrofit, Mercer County

HNTB Corporation

(304)760-1810

1288403

04/21

^** Drainage Remediation, Mercer County

HNTB Corporation

(304)760-1810

1288368

04/21

^  Pavement Rehabilitation,  Various Counties

HNTB Corporation

(304)760-1810

1288430

04/21

^  Paving, Lot B, Morgantown Parking Authority

City of Morgantown, Tom Arnold (304)284-7435

1288594

04/21

Appraisers,  Bridges, Monongalia and Randolph Counties

WV Division of Highways, Carolyn Gorrell Carolyn.S.Gorrell@wv.gov.

1286275

04/22

New

Lighting and Dimming Package, Jackson Kelly, Lewis County

Pronto Print & Copy Center, Brian Knight (304)599-6066

1285151

04/24

# Roof Replacement, A. W. Cox Building, Mercer County

Flair Development, LLC, Jay Disibbio (304)952-1165

1291047

04/25

^** Renovations, Mountainview Elementary School, Monongalia County

Alpha Associates (304)296-8216

1280472

04/25

# Gate Valve Installation, Brooke County

Potesta and Associates, Inc., David Sharp (304)225-2245

1284157

04/25

# Mental Health Building Addition, Cabell County

Adkins Design, Larry Adkins (304)984-2415

1285363

04/26

New

Cooling Towers Upgrade, Beckley VA Medical Center

For further information go to www.fbo.gov and enter Solicitation #VA24611IB0053

1260839


04/26

Boiler Replacement, Vienna Elementary School, Wood County

Pickering Associates

(304)464-5305

1291071

04/26

^** Renovations, Headquarters Building, Blue Ridge Community & Technical College

Bastian and Harris, Architects (304)342-2151

1286219

04/26

^** Wastewater Collection System, Raleigh County

Dunn Engineers (304)342-3436

1280355

04/26

^** DEP15361: Reclamation, 2.5-Acres, Marion County

Chuck Bowman (304)558-2157

1258298

04/26

^** DEFK11029: Construction Morgantown Readiness Center, Monongalia County

ZMM, Inc. (304)342-0159

1274968

04/26

DJS010330: Demolition of Two Buildings, Kenneth “Honey” Rubenstein Center, Tucker County

Tara Lyle (304)558-2544

1283995

04/26

^  Renovations and HVAC, Aerospace Education Center, Fairmont State University

Omni Associates (304)367-1417

1282633

04/26

^  Roof Replacement, Aerospace Education Center, Fairmont State University

Omni Associates (304)367-1417

1282651

04/26

Shades Lane Water Project, Allegany County, MD

Allegany County Department of Public Works, Mark Yoder (301)777-5942

1275275

04/26

Site Grading, Boonsboro High School Athletic Fiels, Garrett County, MD

Washington County Public Schools, Lisa Freeman

(301)766-2841

1292620

04/27

New

^** DEP15363:  Reclamation, 10-Acres, Wyoming County

Chuck Bowman (304)558-2157

1258295

04/27

# HVAC Preventive Maintenance, Jefferson County Schools

Jefferson County Board of Education, Joseph Starkey (304)725-5711

1290846

04/27

Access Road Construction, Monongalia County

Alpha Associates (304)296-8216

1291792

04/27

New

Repair and Construction, Walkways and Roads, Fish and Wildlife Service, Jefferson County

For further information go to www.fbo.gov and enter Solicitation #F11PS00455

1264458

04/27

Parking Lot Construction, Buffalo Public Library

Town of Buffalo, Mayor Kenneth Tucker (304)937-2041

1283111

04/27

** Gym Additions and Renovations, Putnam County Schools

Williamson Shriver Architects (304)345-1060

1277096

04/27

Architects/Engineers, Sheriff Office Demolition, Monongalia County

Monongalia County Commission, Bob Doyle (304)288-0378

1248155

04/27

New

^** Gas Line System Replacement,  Marshall County

Adkins Design, Inc., Larry Adkins (304)984-2415

1278019

04/27

Lamp Module Installation,Welch Sewer Treatment Plant

City of Welch, Robin Lee (304)436-3113

1292205


04/27

Open Flow Meter Materials, City of Welch

City of Welch, Martha 

(304)436-3113

1292219

04/27

Flow Meter Materials, City of Charleston

City of Charleston Sanitary Board, Teresa Dawson

(304)348-1084

1292121

04/28

^  Judge’s Chamber Renovations, Christie Federal Building, Cabell County

For further information go to www.fbo.gov and enter Solicitation #GS-03P-11-CD-C-0029

1264441

04/28

^  Renovations, Classroom Building and Arena, Ohio University, Lawrence County, OH

DC Reprographics

(614)297-1200

1288585

04/28

^  Renovations, Bowman Auditorium, Ohio University, Lawrence County, OH

DC Reprographics

(614)297-1200

1288494

04/28

Construction Materials, Jackson Kelly, Monongalia County

WVU Procurement, Clinton Nuzum (304)293-5711

1291757

04/28

 ^ Endoscopy Suite Renovations, Beckley VAMC

For further information go to www.fbo.gov and enter Solicitation #VA24611IB0058

1290802

04/28

Consulting Services, State Rail Plan, WVDOT/ State Rail Authority

WV Department of Transportation State Rail Authority, Cindy Butler (304)538-2305

 

1292625

04/28

# Safe Routes to School, Sidewalk Construction, Wood County

C. L Pifer Associates, LLC (304)485-3247

1290902

04/28

Ceiling Package, Jackson Kelly Building, Monongalia County

WVU Procurement, Clinton Nuzum (304)293-5711

1291709

04/28

^** Construction OES/911 Facility, Fayette County

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

1283358

04/28

DNR211143: Drilling Services, Cacapon State Park, Morgan County

Frank Whittaker (304)558-2316

1278795

04/28

^** DNR211144: Concession Stand Demolition and Replacement, Tomlinson State Park, Hancock County

Chapman Technical Group

(304)727-5501

1278797

04/28

^ Sidewalk and Stormwater System Repair, Loudoun County, VA

Loudoun County, Christopher Bresley (703)777-0394

1282579

04/29

Right of Way Services, WVDOH

WV Division of Highways, David A. Neil (304)558-2822

1281430

04/29

Renovations, ACEOP Administration Building, WV State University, Kanawha County

WV State Research and Development Corporation, Brunetta Gamble (304)766-4133

1285336


04/29

Architects/Engineers, Bicycle Shelter Construction, Greenbrier County

Town of Alderson, Luther Lewallen (304)445-2916

1290918

04/29

Engineers, Sewer Improvements, Mineral County

Region 8 Planning & Development Council, Angie Curl (304)257-2448

1293873

05/02

^** Asbestos Abatement, Various Structures, Harrison County

Greenhorne & O’Mara, Inc. (304)367-9401

1289467

05/02

# Parking Lot Paving, Hedgesville  Volunteer Fire Department

Hedgesville Volunteer  Fire Department, President Rodney Crowell (304)754-3662

1294041

05/03

^ Foundry Street Sanitary Sewer Separation, Phase I, Wetzel County

Swiss Valley Associates, Inc.

(740)483-2501

1291936

05/03

^** DEP15373: Reclamation, 2.75-Acres, Monongalia County

Chuck Bowman (304)558-2157

1268268

05/03

^  Shower Unit Installation, Grafton Homes

Housing Authority of the City of Grafton, Ruth E. Gerkin (304)265-1183

1277999

05/03

Crack Sealant Materials, City of Williamstown

City of Williamstown

(304)375-7761

1292230

05/03

Russell Hall Renovations and Water Line Improvements, Tazewell County, VA

Thompson & Litton, Darrell Stapleton (276)988-7921

1285461

05/03

^** Lick Creek Water Line Extension Phase II, Boone County

Potesta & Associates, Inc. (304)342-1400

1290906

05/03

^** Safe Route Sidewalk Construction, Wirt County

Thrasher Engineering, Inc. (304)624-4108

1287407

05/03

^** Site Preparation, Marsh Fork Elementary School, Raleigh County

Williamson Shriver Architects (304)345-1060

1285328

05/03

Construction Stormwater Management Pond, Loudoun County, VA

Loudoun County, Christopher Bresley (703)777-0394

1282679

05/04

GEO41134: Exterior Painting, Mont Chateau Research Center, Monongalia County

 Frank Whittaker (304)558-2316

1284002

05/04

Parking Lot Renovations and Sidewalk Replacement, Boone County

Browne Group Architects (614)486-7145

1285316

05/04

Construction Brambleton Public Safety Center, Loudoun County, VA

Loudoun County, Christopher Bresley (703)777-0394

1285232

05/04

Reservoir Improvements, Wise County, VA

Thompson & Litton, Greg Widener (276)328-2161

1280492

05/04

GSD116451: Open-End Contract, Fire Alarm System Repair, WV Department of Administration

Krista Ferrell (304)558-2596

1289250


05/04

0311C345: Pavement Repair Materials, WVDOH

Sheri Sloane (304)558-2402

1294781

05/05

^  Construction 911 Center, Wayne County

C & B Blueprint (304)525-2175

1291041

05/05

HVAC Replacement, Tazewell County Schools, VA

Spectrum Design, PC, Graham E. Grant  (540)342-6001

1290953

05/05

Classroom Door Hardware Replacement, Tazewell County Schools, VA

Spectrum Design, PC, Graham E. Grant  (540)342-6001

1290988

05/05

Sidewalk Replacement, Various Schools, Tazewell County, VA

Spectrum Design, PC, Graham E. Grant (540)342-6001

1291009

05/05

Installation, Security Equipment, Jackson County Schools

Jackson County Board of Education, Blaine C. Hess (304)372-7305

 

1293855

05/05

# HVAC Renovations, Star City Municipal Building

Town of Star City

(304)599-3550

1281451

05/05

# Energy Retrofit, Star City Municipal Building

Town of Star City

(304)599-3550

1281439

05/05

^** Man Trap Addition, Lewis County High School

Chapman Technical Group (304)727-5501

1287545

05/05

^** Kitchen Hood Fire Extinguishing System Replacement, Logan County Schools

ZMM, Inc. (304)342-0159

1288697

05/05

HHR11128: Open-End Contract, HVAC Maintenance, WV Department of Health and Human Resources, Kanawha County

Roberta Wagner (304)558-0067

1289252

05/05

DEFK11030: Lighting Fixture Installation, Weston Armory, Lewis County

Tara Lyle (304)558-2544

1283996

05/05

^** DEP15375: Reclamation, 1-Acre, Upshur County

Chuck Bowman (304)558-2157

1268271

     05/05         Joint Utility Committee Meeting

                       CAWV Headquarters

                       Contact: Pat McDonald (304) 342-1166 or pmcdonald@cawv.org

05/06

^** Access Road Construction, Raleigh County Memorial Airport

Thrasher Engineering, Inc.

(304)624-4108

1287418

05/06

Consulting Services, Highway Traffic Noise Prediction, WVDOT

WV Division of Highways, Mr. Greg Bailey (304)558-9722

1294278

05/06

Engineering Consulting Services, WVDOT

WV Division of Highways, Mr. Greg Bailey (304)558-9722

1294264

05/06

Engineers Statement of Qualifications, City of Charleston

City of Charleston Sanitary Board, Tim G. Haapala, P. E.

(304)348-1084

1292143

05/09

# Bleacher Installation, Riverview High School, McDowell County

Thrasher Engineering, Inc. (304)624-4108

1292240

             


05/10

^** DEP15403: Reclamation, 3-Acres, Marion County

Chuck Bowman (304)558-2157

1284003

05/10

# Raw Water Source Development, Fayette County

Pentree, Inc. (304)431-7800

1293835

05/10

^  Roof Replacement, Various Building, VAMC Beckley

For further information go to www.fbo.gov and enter Solicitation #VA24611IB0060

1290667

05/10

# Demolition Water Treatment Plant, Marion County

Thrasher Engineering, Inc. (304)624-4108

1287426

05/10

^** Rooftop HVAC Unit Replacement, Twin Tower, Marshall University

C & B Blueprint (304)525-2175

1292168

05/11

6611C022: Open-End Contract, Portland Cement Concrete Materials, WVDOH

Sheri Sloane (304)558-2402

1289284

05/11

^  IDIQ Various Construction Projects, Beckley VAMC

For further information go to www.fbo.gov and enter Solicitation # VA24611RP0209

1292755

05/12

# Contract 1: Pee Wee Hill Water Line Extension, Garrett County, MD

Garrett County Commissioners  (304)334-5003

1292245

05/12

# Contract 2: Pee Wee Hill Water Storage Tank Construction, Garrett County, MD

 

Garrett County Commissioners  (304)334-5003

1292282

05/12

Boiler Replacement, WVUIT, Fayette County

WVU Procurement, Mark Stewart (304)293-5711

1290863

05/12

DEP15405: Landfill Soil Stockpile, Erosion and Sediment Control Services, Harrison County

Chuck Bowman (304)558-2157

1284004

05/12

# 05110292: Roof Replacement, Buildings #05-03301, Morgan County WV Division of Highways Headquarters

 

Sheri Sloane (304)558-2402

1289292

05/12

^** DEP15396: Reclamation, 7-Acres, Boone County

Chuck Bowman (304)558-2157

1274890

    05/13-15      CAWV Spring Meeting

                        Glade Springs Resort, Daniels

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

05/16

Architects/Engineers, HVAC Replacement, Raleigh County

Raleigh County Emergency Services Authority, Director Margaret Agee  (304)255-0911

1290926

05/17

# Roof Repair, Building #1, Beckley VAMC

For further information go to www.fbo.gov and enter Solicitation #VA24611IB0061

1292671

             


05/17

# Renovations, Greenbrier River Interpretive Center/Gulf Gas Station

Charleston Blueprint

(304)343-1063

1292108

05/17

# DPS1136: Roof Replacement, WV State Police Academy, Kanawha County

Tara Lyle (304)558-2544

1289275

05/17

^** DEP15401: Reclamation, 7-Acres, Raleigh County

Chuck Bowman (304)558-2157

1284005

05/17

GSD116456:  RECOVERY-Lighting Upgrade, WV Tax and Revenue, Kanawha County

Krista Ferrell (304)558-2596

1294759

05/17

MMB11131: Roof Repair, Mildred Mitchell Bateman Hospital, Cabell County

Roberta Wagner (304)558-0067

1294766

     05/17         Joint Concrete Committee Meeting

                       10:30 a.m., CAWV Conference Room, Charleston

                       Contact: Lindsay Stephens (304)342-1166 or lstephens@cawv.org

05/18

^  Shavers Fork Mitigation Project, Randolph and Pocahontas Counties

For further information go to www.fbo.gov and enter Solicitation #TVCD-SHAVERS-11-001

 

1292640

05/24

^** DEP15420: Reclamation, 46-Acres, Barbour County

Chuck Bowman (304)558-2157

1289259

05/25

^** DEP15411: Reclamation, 2.8-Acre Disturbance, Raleigh County

Chuck Bowman (304)558-2157

1289265

     05/25          CAWV Congressional Fly-in

                        Washington, D.C.                                                                                                                  

                        Contact: Mike Clowser (304)342-1166 or mclowser@cawv.org

05/26

^** DEP15407: Reclamation, 247-Acres, Fayette County

Chuck Bowman (304)558-2157

1289268

06/02

# DEP15431: Landfill Erosion Repair, Monongalia County

Chuck Bowman (304)558-2157

1294772

     06/03         CAWV Annual Scholarship Golf Outing

                       Sandy Brae Golf Course, Clendenin

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

   07/07-10      CAWV Annual Meeting

                       Greenbrier Resort, White Sulphur Springs

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

             

 

2011 WVDOH LETTING SCHEDULE

 

April 19

July 26

October 4

** April 20

August 9

October 18

** June 14

August 23

November 1

            June 28

** September 7

November 15

July 12

            September 20

December 13

** All dates are on a Tuesday except April 20,  June 1 and September 7

 

BB 2011-15

April 15, 2011

 

SBA ANNOUNCES 2011 FUNDING CYCLE AWARDS

 


County school systems from around the state presented their 2011 "needs projects" to School Building Authority members in March. Over $182 million in projects were presented. On April 11, the SBA announced how the authority's $61 million will be spent. For further details on the projects, click here to visit the SBA’s website.

 

NEEDS GRANTS

County

Project Description

Local Funds

Emergency Funds

2011 SBA Funds

Berkeley

New Gerradstown Area Middle

$ 8,000,000

 

$10,015,283

Boone*

Sherman JHS/HS Addition & Renovations

$ 9,774,253

 

$ 6,000,000

Calhoun

New Arnoldsburg Elementary

$2,987,358

$ 2,000,000

$ 3,596,162

Harrison*

New North Harrison Middle

$ 11,300,000

 

$ 8,250,000

Jefferson

Harpers Ferry MS Addition & Renovations

$ 2,500,000

 

$ 4,071,862

Pleasants

New St. Marys High School

$12,972,918

 

$12,972,918

Preston

New Central Preston Middle

$ 7,555,636

 

$ 8,000,000

Upshur*

New Buckhannon-Upshur Middle

$14,419,830

 

$13,186,917

Wyoming

New Pineville Elementary

$ 2,349,312

$ 2,000,000

$ 7,397,248

MULTI-YEAR COMMITMENT FROM PREVIOUS FUNDING CYCLES

Berkeley

New Spring Mills High

 

 

$12,500,000

Cabell

New Beverly Hills Enslow Middle

 

 

$15,185,396

Hancock

New Elementary School

 

 

$ 9,500,000

Marion

New East Fairmont Middle School

 

 

$ 7,500,000

Raleigh

New Marsh Fork Elementary School

 

 

$     500,000

                 

 

*Indicates Contingent on a County Bond Passage

 

 


CONSTRUCTION 911 CENTER, WAYNE COUNTY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1291041) Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 05/05/2011 for construction of a 911 center in Wayne County. A mandatory pre-bid meeting was held on 04/14/2011 at 10:00 AM at the project site. Bids should be submitted to the Wayne County Building Commission, Bill Willis, Chase Bank Building, 608 Hendricks Street, Wayne, WV 25570. Plans and specifications are available from

C & B Blueprint, 824 6th Street, Huntington, WV 25701-2618 (304)525-2175.  Plans and specifications are available for viewing in the CAWV Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

ROOF REPLACEMENT, A. W. COX BUILDING, MERCER COUNTY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1291047) Bids will be accepted until 4:00 PM on 04/25/2011 for roof replacement of the A. W. Cox Building in Bluefield. Bids should be submitted to Flair Development, LLC, Jay Disibbio, 401 Federal Street, Bluefield, WV 24701 (304)952-1165. Plans and specifications are available from Flair Development, LLC, Jay Disibbio, 401 Federal Street, Bluefield, WV 24701 (304)952-1165. Plans and specifications are being requested for the CAWV Physical Planroom and Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

ASBESTOS ABATEMENT, VARIOUS STRUCTURES, HARRISON COUNTY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1289467) Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 05/02/2011 for Contract A: Asbestos abatement of eight structures; Contract B: Asbestos abatement of seven structures; and Contract C: Asbestos abatement and demolition of multiple structures in Clarksburg. A pre-bid meeting was held on 04/14/2011 at 10:00 AM at the City of Clarksburg, 222 West Main Street, Conference Room, Clarksburg. Bids should be submitted to the City of Clarksburg, 222 West Main Street, Urban Renewal Authority, Clarksburg, WV 26301. Plans and specifications are available from Greenhorne & O’Mara Inc., 111 Elkins St, Fairmont, WV 26554 (304)367-9401.  Plans and specifications are available for viewing in the CAWV Physical Planroom and Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

ARCHITECTS/ENGINEERS, BICYCLE SHELTER CONSTRUCTION, GREENBRIER COUNTY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1290918) Architectural/Engineering proposals will be accepted until 4:00 PM on 04/29/2011 for design services for a bicycle shelter at Alderson Elementary School and construction and improvements of sidewalks in the Town of Alderson. Proposals should be submitted to the Town of Alderson, Luther Lewallen, 202 South Monroe Street, Alderson, WV 24910 (304)445-2916.

 

ARCHITECTS/ENGINEERS, HVAC REPLACEMENT, RALEIGH COUNTY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1290926) Architectural/Engineering proposals will be accepted until 4:00 PM on 05/16/2011 for design services for HVAC repair and/or replacement at the Raleigh County Emergency Services Authority in Beaver. Bids should be submitted to the Raleigh County Emergency Services Authority, Director Margaret Agee, 162 Industrial Park Road, Beaver, WV 25813 (304)255-0911.

 

BOILER REPLACEMENT, VIENNA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, WOOD COUNTY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1291071) Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 04/26/2011 for boiler replacement at Vienna Elementary School. A mandatory pre-bid meeting was held on 4/14/2011 at 4:00 PM at Vienna Elementary School, 700 Forty-First Street, Vienna. Bids should be submitted to the Wood County Board of Education, 1210 Thirteenth Street, Parkersburg, WV 26101 (304)420-9670. Plans and specifications are available from Pickering Associates, 11283 Emerson Avenue, Parkersburg, WV 26104

(304)464-5305. 


 

BOILER REPLACEMENT, WVUIT, FAYETTE COUNTY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1290863) Bids will be accepted until 3:00 PM on 05/12/2011 for boiler replacement in the Engineering Classroom Building at WVU Institute of Technology in Montgomery. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 04/21/2011 at 1:00 PM at WVU Institute of Technology, Engineering Classroom Building, Auditorium, Jackson and 2nd Avenue, Montgomery. Bids should be submitted to WVU Procurement, Mark Stewart, P. O. Box 6024, One Waterfront Place, Morgantown, WV 26506 (304)293-5711.  Plans and specifications are available from WVU Procurement, Mark Stewart, P. O. Box 6024, One Waterfront Place, Morgantown, WV 26506 (304)293-5711.

 

HVAC PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE, JEFFERSON COUNTY SCHOOLS

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1290846) Bids will be accepted until 12:00 PM on 04/27/2011 for HVAC preventive maintenance for all schools and the bus maintenance garage for the Jefferson County Board of Education. Bids should be submitted to the Jefferson County Board of Education, Susan K. Wall, 110 Mordington Avenue, Charles Town, WV 25414 (304)725-4711. Plans and specifications are available from the Jefferson County Board of Education, Joseph Starkey, 201 W. North Street, Charles Town, WV 25414 (304)725-5711.  Plans and specifications are being requested for the CAWV Physical Planroom and Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

BLEACHER INSTALLATION, RIVERVIEW HIGH SCHOOL, MCDOWELL COUNTY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1292240)  Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 05/09/2011 for installation of 1,200 grandstand bleachers at Riverview High School in Welch.  A pre-bid meeting will be held on 05/02/2011 at 10:00 AM at the McDowell County Board of Education, 30 Central Avenue, Welch.  Bids should be submitted to the McDowell County Board of Education, Jim Brown, 30 Central Avenue, Welch, WV 24801 (304)436-8441. 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.

 

CEILING PACKAGE, JACKSON KELLY BUILDING, MONONGALIA COUNTY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1291709)  Bids will be accepted until 3:00 PM on 04/28/2011 for a ceiling package for the Jackson Kelly Building in Morgantown.  Bids should be submitted to WVU Procurement, Mark Stewart, P. O. Box 6024, One Waterfront Place, Morgantown, WV 26506 (304)293-5711. Plans and specifications are available from WVU Procurement, Clinton Nuzum, P. O. Box 6024, One Waterfront Place, 3rd Floor, Morgantown, WV 26506 (304)293-5711.

 

CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS, JACKSON KELLY, MONONGALIA COUNTY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1291757)  Bids will be accepted until 3:00 PM on 04/28/2011 for construction materials for the Jackson Kelly Building in Morgantown.  Bids should be submitted to WVU Procurement, Clinton Nuzum, P. O. Box 6024, One Waterfront Place, 3rd Floor, Morgantown, WV 26506 (304)293-5711.

 

RENOVATIONS, GREENBRIER RIVER INTERPRETIVE CENTER/GULF GAS STATION

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1292108)  Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 05/17/2011 for renovations to the Greenbrier River Interpretive Center/Gulf Gas Station in Alderson.  A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 4/26/2011 at 2:00 PM at the Town of Alderson, 202 South Monroe Street, Alderson.  Bids should be submitted to the Town of Alderson, Luther Lewallen, 202 South Monroe Street, Alderson, WV 24910 (304)445-2916. Plans and specifications are available from Charleston Blueprint, 1203 Virginia Street East, Charleston, WV 25301 (304)343-1063.  Plans and specifications are being requested for the CAWV Physical Planroom and Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

ROOFTOP HVAC UNIT REPLACEMENT, TWIN TOWER, MARSHALL UNIVERSITY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1292168)  Bids will be accepted until 3:00 PM on 05/10/2011 for replacement of one rooftop HVAC unit on the Twin Towers Building at Marshall University in Huntington.  A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 04/26/2011 at 10:00 AM at Marshall University, Sorrell Maintenance Building, 2nd Floor, Huntington.  Bids should be submitted to Marshall University, Jill Burcham,

102 Old Main Building, Huntington, WV 25755 Ph:(304)696-2823. Plans and specifications are available from C & B Blueprint, 824 6th Street, Huntington, WV 25701-2618 (304)525-2175.  Plans and specifications are available for viewing in the CAWV Physical Planroom and Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

INSTALLATION, SECURITY EQUIPMENT, JACKSON COUNTY SCHOOLS

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1293855)  Bids will be accepted until 10:00 AM on 05/05/2011 for installation of security equipment at Jackson County schools.  A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 04/26/2011 at 9:00 AM at the Jackson County Board of Education, 1 School Street, Ripley.  Bids should be submitted to the Jackson County Board of Education, Blaine C. Hess, 1 School Street, Ripley, WV 25271 (304)372-7305. Plans and specifications are available from the Jackson County Board of Education, Blaine C. Hess, 1 School Street, Ripley, WV 25271 (304)372-7305.

 

STATE OF WV REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

 

(iSqFt Project ID #1294759) GSD116456:  RECOVERY- Bids will be accepted until 1:30 PM on 05/17/2011 for lighting upgrade at the West Virginia Tax and Revenue office in Kanawha County.  A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 04/27/2011 at 10:00 AM at West Virginia Tax and Revenue, 1001 Lee Street, Charleston.  For further information contact Krista Ferrell (304)558-2596.

 

(iSqFt Project ID 1294766) MMB11131: Bids will be accepted until 1:30 PM on 05/17/2011 for roof repair at Mildred Mitchell Bateman Hospital in Cabell County.  A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 04/28/2011 at 11:00 AM at the project site.  For further information contact Roberta Wagner (304)558-0067.

 

ROOF REPLACEMENT, VARIOUS BUILDING, VAMC BECKLEY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1290667) Bids will be accepted until 10:00 AM on 05/10/2011 for roof and fascia repair of various buildings at the VA Medical Center in Beckley. Estimated cost of this project is between $500,000-$1,000,000. This is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business project. For further information go to www.fbo.gov and enter Solicitation #VA24611IB0060. Bids should be submitted to the Department of Veteran Affairs, Kim Pauley, 200 Veteran's Avenue, Beckley, WV 25801. Plans and specifications are available for viewing in the CAWV Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 


 

ENDOSCOPY SUITE RENOVATIONS, BECKLEY VAMC

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1290802) Bids will be accepted until 10:00 AM on 04/28/2011 for general construction, electrical and mechanical trades for renovations to the Endoscopy Suite at the VA Medical Center in Beckley. Estimated cost of this project is between $1,000,000 and $5,000,000. This is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business project. For further information go to www.fbo.gov and enter Solicitation #VA24611IB0058. A pre-bid meeting was held on 04/12/2011 at 10:00 AM at the project site. Bids should be submitted to the Department of Veteran Affairs, Kim Pauley, 200 Veteran's Avenue, Beckley, WV 25801.  Plans and specifications are available for viewing in the CAWV Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

IDIQ VARIOUS CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS, BECKLEY VAMC

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1292755)  Bids will be accepted until 10:00 AM on 05/11/2011 for open-end contract to provide minor construction, interior and exterior painting, repairing streets and parking lots, streetlight replacement, installation of electrical outlets and light fixtures, installation of water lines, repair/replacement of storm drains, sewer lines, steam lines, excavating, construction of sidewalks and all other appurtenances at the VA Medical Center in Beckley. This project is for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses.  For further information go to www.fbo.gov and enter Solicitation # VA24611RP0209.  Bids should be submitted to the Department of Veteran Affairs, Kim Pauley, 200 Veteran's Avenue, Beckley, WV 25801.  Plans and specifications are available for viewing in the CAWV Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

ROOF REPAIR, BUILDING #1, BECKLEY VAMC

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1292671)  Bids will be accepted until 10:00 AM on 05/17/2011 for roof repair and replacement on Building #1 at the VA Medical Center in Beckley.  Estimated cost of this project is between $100,000 and $250,000.  This project is for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business.  For further information go to www.fbo.gov and enter Solicitation #VA24611IB0061.  Bids should be submitted to the Department of Veterans Affairs, Franklin A. Bradford, 200 Veterans Avenue, Beckley, WV 25801.  Plans and specifications are being requested for the CAWV Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

HVAC REPLACEMENT, TAZEWELL COUNTY SCHOOLS, VA

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1290953) Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 05/05/2011 for mechanical equipment and HVAC replacement at Tazewell High, Richlands High and Graham Middle schools in Tazewell County, Virginia. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 04/19/2011 at 10:00 AM at Tazewell High School, 627 East Finacastle Turnpike, Tazewell, Virginia. Bids should be submitted to the Tazewell County School Board, Charlie Simpson, 209 West Fincastle Turnpike, Tazewell, VA 24651 (276)988-5511. Plans and specifications are available from Spectrum Design, PC, Graham E. Grant, Plaza Suite 1, 10 Church Avenue, Roanoke, VA 24011-2104 (540)342-6001.

 



 

CONSTRUCTION, WINFIELD MIDDLE SCHOOL, PUTNAM COUNTY         

 

BP #1 General Construction

G & G Builders, Inc.......................................................................... $9,418,000

BBL-Carlton, LLC............................................................................ 10,098,000

W. B. Fosson & Sons.......................................................................... 10,450,000

The Neighborgall Construction Company....................................... 10,480,000

Mid-Atlantic Construction, Inc....................................................................... 11,792,340

 

BP #2A HVAC

W. G. Tomko, Inc............................................................................... $2,272,000

 

BP #2B Plumbing

W. G. Tomko, Inc............................................................................... $1,126,126

Elco Mechanical Contractors.......................................................................    1,414,000

West Virginia Heating & Plumbing Company.................................    1,489,000

 

BP #2C HVAC & Plumbing

W. G. Tomko, Inc............................................................................... $3,299,000

Dougherty Company, Inc.................................................................    3,474,000

Elco Mechanical Contractors.......................................................................    3,573,000

 

BP #3 Electrical

Nitro Electric Company...................................................................... $1,840,138

Progressive Electric, Inc......................................................................    2,225,000

 

BP #4 Fire Suppression

Brewer & Company of West Virginia, Inc...................................... $124,900

 

BP #5 Food Service Equipment

C & T Design and Equipment Company, Inc............................................... $320,777

Hooten Equipment..............................................................................    347,800

 

BP #6 Combination

BBL-Carlton, LLC............................................................................ $16,389,000

The Neighborgall Construction Company.......................................    16,795,000

 

HVAC AND LIGHTING IMPROVEMENTS, TUCKER COUNTY

 

Allied Refrigeration, Inc..................................................................... $165,118

Triangle Heating & Cooling, Inc.........................................................    222,000

Casto Technical Services, Inc.......................................................................    235,000

 

 


DBSM112189: DOOR ACCESS SAFETY AND SECURITY ALARM SYSTEM INSTALLATION, WV SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND BLIND, HAMPSHIRE COUNTY

 

W. Harley Miller Contractors, Inc................................................... $144,000

Harbel, Inc..........................................................................................    156,500

 

GSD116448: PAINTING THREE FLOORS, BUILDING 6, WV STATE CAPITOL COMPLEX, KANAWHA COUNTY

 

Prizm Painting..................................................................................... $39,693

A. J. Vater & Company, Inc...............................................................    43,997

W. Q. Watters Company..................................................................    53,220

Oval Construction Management, LLC.................................................    69,000

American Star Painting Company, LLC..........................................................    80,423

 

GSD116444: DOWN SPOUT TIE-INS, BUILDING 11, KANAWHA COUNTY

 

MIRC Construction Services, LLC...................................................... $18,000

Garcie R. Marker & Sons, Inc.........................................................    27,652

Oval Construction Management, LLC.................................................    45,000

Elco Mechanical Contractors.......................................................................    46,643

 

HIGH VOLTAGE CABLE REPLACEMENT, PRT, WVU, MONONGALIA COUNTY

 

Keegan Electric Company.................................................................. $63,497

Chapman Corporation........................................................................    67,899

F. K. Everest, Inc................................................................................    82,083

Bronder Technical Services................................................................    84,000

Westmoreland Electric........................................................................    84,800

Casteel Company................................................................................    85,000

Nitro Electric Company......................................................................    95,725

Master Service Mid Atlantic, Inc......................................................... 119,411

 

LOCKER INSTALLATION, BERKELEY COUNTY SCHOOLS

 

J. H. Pence Company......................................................................... $98,900

Delaney & Associates......................................................................... 118,701

 

ENERGY CONSERVATION IMPROVEMENTS, FARMINGTON CITY BUILDING, MARION COUNTY

 

ETN Construction............................................................................... $49,320

Huffman Corporation.........................................................................    85,100

 

ROOF REPLACEMENT, EDUCATION BUILDING, FEDERAL PRISON CAMP, GREENBRIER COUNTY

 

General Restoration Corporation........................................................ $454,800

 

* CAWV Members are in Bold Type

MU 2011-15

    April 15 2011


 

 

CLEAN AND SAFE DRINKING WATER FUNDING BUDGET CUT

 

The $1.208 trillion spending package for the remainder of Fiscal Year 2011 passed to keep the federal government running.  The package represents nearly a $40 billion cut in non-defense discretionary spending for the remainder of FY 2011.  Based on a review of the cuts provided by the House Appropriations Committee, AGC of America has determined that funding for federal construction accounts will be cut by $21.9 billion. 

 

The Clean and Safe Drinking Water State Revolving Funds was out $997 million.  The FY 2010 Clean Water SRF was funded at $2.1 billion and it will be reduced to $1.52 billion.  The Safe Drinking Water SRF in FY10 was $1.387 billion.  The new figure is $965 million. The CAWV is working to find out what this will equate to in West Virginia’s federal allocation.

 

CAWV / BRICKSTREET EXCAVATION AND TRENCHING SEMINAR WELL ATTENDED

 

The CAWV Safety Committee, in conjunction with BrickStreet Mutual Insurance, held an excavation and trenching safety seminar at the BrickStreet Headquarters on Friday, April 8. The seminar included presentations from Tom Taylor, liaison manager for Miss Utility of West Virginia; Allan Williams, BrickStreet’s safety and loss control specialist; and Richard Jeffery, OSHA compliance assistance officer. Members were given information on the qualifications required to be designated a Competent and Qualified individual on a job site as well as other OSHA compliance information. Be sure to read the full synopsis of the seminar in the May/June issue of West Virginia Construction News. The Safety Committee is planning other safety seminars.  Topics can be submitted to Pat McDonald at

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

 

JOINT UTILITY COMMITTEE MEETING MAY 5

 

The CAWV Joint Utility Committee will meet Thursday, May 5, at 10:00 a.m. at the CAWV Headquarters Conference Room in Charleston. Agency representatives from the Public Service Commission, Rural Utility Services, the WV Infrastructure and Jobs Development Council, WV Department of Environmental Protection and the Water Development Authority  participate in discussions on industry issues. For more information, contact Pat McDonald at (304)342-1166 or pmcdonald@cawv.org.

 

FOUNDRY STREET SANITARY SEWER SEPARATION, PHASE I, WETZEL COUNTY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1291936) Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 05/03/2011 for installation 10", 8", and 6" sanitary sewer piping on Foundry Street in New Martinsville. A pre-bid meeting will be held on 04/19/2011 at 10:00 AM at the City of New Martinsville, 191 Main Street, New Martinsville. Bids should be submitted to the City of New Martinsville, 191 Main Street, New Martinsville, WV 26155 (304)771-0529. Plans and specifications are available from Swiss Valley Associates, Inc., 42631 State Route 7, Clarington, OH 43915 (740)483-2501.  Plans and specifications are available for viewing in the CAWV Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 


LICK CREEK WATER LINE EXTENSION PHASE II, BOONE COUNTY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1290906)  Bids will be accepted until 1:30 PM on 05/03/2011 for installation of

9,500 LF of 8" and 6" ductile iron and PVC water line, and 2" PVC water line, two railroad crossings, 32 service connections, seven fire hydrants and all other appurtenances in Danville.  A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 04/19/2011 at 1:30 PM at the Danville Community Building, 731 Hopkins Road, Danville.  Bids should be submitted to the Boone County Public Service District, Fred Riggleman, General Manager, 109 Town Square, Danville, WV 25053 (304)854-1091. Plans and specifications are available from Potesta & Associates, Inc., 7012 MacCorkle Avenue, SE, Charleston, WV 25304 (304)342-1400.  Plans and specifications are available for viewing in the CAWV Physical Planroom and Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

ENGINEERS, STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS, CITY OF CHARLESTON

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1292143) Engineering proposals will be accepted until 4:00 PM on 05/06/2011 for Statement of Qualifications for completing daily tasks within Charleston Sanitary Board Engineering Department, design of capital improvement projects, and construction administration for the City of Charleston Sanitary Board. Proposals should be submitted to the City of Charleston Sanitary Board, Tim G. Haapala, P. E., 208 26th Street, Charleston, WV 25312 (304)348-1084.

 

FLOW METER MATERIALS, CITY OF CHARLESTON

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1292121) Bids will be accepted until 10:00 AM on 04/27/2011 for nine area velocity flow meters for the City of Charleston Sanitary Board. Bids should be submitted to the City of Charleston Sanitary Board, Teresa Dawson, 208 26th Street, Charleston, WV 25312 (304)348-1084.

 

LAMP MODULE INSTALLATION, WELCH SEWER TREATMENT PLANT

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1292205) Bids will be accepted until 1:00 PM on 04/27/2011 for installation of eight lamp modules at the Welch Sewer Treatment Plant. Bids should be submitted to the City of Welch, Mayor Martha Moore, 88 Howard Street, Welch, WV 24801 (304)436-3113. Plans and specifications are available from the City of Welch, Robin Lee, 88 Howard Street, Welch, WV 24801 (304)436-3113.

 

OPEN FLOW METER MATERIALS, CITY OF WELCH

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1292219) Bids will be accepted until 1:00 PM on 04/27/2011 for seven portable open channel flow meters with battery and charger assemblies and with ring mountings for 8", 10" and 12"

depth sensors for the City of Welch. Bids should be submitted to the City of Welch, MayorMartha Moore, 88 Howard Street, Welch, WV 24801 (304)436-3113.

 

WATER METER MATERIALS, CITY OF MORGANTOWN

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1292198) Bids will be accepted until 3:00 PM on 04/20/2011 for water meters and  variable frequency drives for the Morgantown Utility Board. Bids should be submitted to the Morgantown Utility Board, Tim Ball, 278 Greenbag Road, P. O. Box 278, Morgantown, WV 26507 (304)292-8443.

 

ENGINEERS, SEWER IMPROVEMENTS, MINERAL COUNTY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1293873) Engineering proposals will be accepted until 4:00 PM on 04/29/2011 for design services for a sewer improvement project in Mineral County.  Proposals should be submitted to Region 8 Planning & Development Council, Angie Curl, Grant County Industrial Park, Box 849, Petersburg, WV 26847 (304)257-2448.

 

 


 

RAW WATER SOURCE DEVELOPMENT, FAYETTE COUNTY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1293835)  Bids will be accepted until 10:00 AM on 05/10/2011 for construction of  one 10" diameter test hole including 10" steel casing and test pumping for a raw water source in Fayette County.  A pre-bid meeting will be held on 04/28/2011 at 10:00 AM at the Page-Kincaid Public Service District, P. O. Box 165, Kincaid.  Bids should be submitted to the Page-Kincaid Public Service District,

P. O. Box 165, Kincaid, WV 25119 (304)465-1045. Plans and specifications are available from Pentree, Inc., 1428 Main Street, P. O. Box 1309, Princeton, WV 24740 (304)431-7800.  Plans and specifications are expected in the CAWV Physical Planroom and Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

IDIQ VARIOUS CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS, BECKLEY VAMC

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1292755)  Bids will be accepted until 10:00 AM on 05/11/2011 for an open-end contract to provide minor construction, interior and exterior painting, repairing streets and parking lots, streetlight replacement, installation of electrical outlets and light fixtures, installation of water lines, repair/replacement of storm drains, sewer lines, steam lines, excavating, construction of sidewalks and all other appurtenances at the VA Medical Center in Beckley. This project is for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses.  For further information go to www.fbo.gov and enter Solicitation # VA24611RP0209.  Bids should be submitted to the Department of Veteran Affairs, Kim Pauley, 200 Veteran's Avenue, Beckley, WV 25801.  Plans and specifications are available for viewing in the CAWV Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

CONTRACT 1: PEE WEE HILL WATER LINE EXTENSION, GARRETT COUNTY, MD

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1292245) Bids will be accepted until 1:30 PM on 05/12/2011 for installation of

3,045 LF of 8" water line, 4,680 LF of Class 354 ductile piping, 3,790 LF of 6" water line, 20 LF of 4" water line, 2,040 LF of 2" water line, 93 LF of bore and bore and jack, 22 LF of steel casing, various size gate valves, one 60 gpm booster station, 10 fire hydrants, 70 LF of fencing and all other appurtenances in Oakland, MD. A pre-bid meeting will be held on 04/27/2011 at 10:00 AM at Garrett County Commissioners, 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

(304)334-5003. Plans and specifications are available from Garrett County Commissioners, 203 South Fourth Street, Room 209, Oakland, MD 21550 (304)334-5003. Plans and specifications are expected in the CAWV Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

CONTRACT 2: PEE WEE HILL WATER STORAGE TANK CONSTRUCTION, GARRETT COUNTY, MD

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1292282) Bids will be accepted until 1:30 PM on 05/12/2011 for Contract 2: Construction of a 105,000 gallon water storage tank in Oakland, MD. A pre-bid meeting will be held on 04/27/2011 at 10:00 AM at Garrett County Commission, 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 (304)334-5003. Plans and specifications are available from Garrett County Commissioners, 203 South Fourth Street, Room 209, Oakland, MD 21550 (304)334-5003.  Plans and specifications are expected in the CAWV Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

 

April 15, 2011


                       

  TRAFFIC CONTROL - TAKE CARE

 

Even when all traffic control measures are taken, a confused or unaware driver can crash through a work site, or a daydreaming worker can step into the path of a speeding vehicle. Some drivers take reckless chances by running stop signs or changing lanes without signaling. These unsafe acts jeopardize other drivers who may lose control of their vehicle while avoiding a collision. We must all prepare for the unexpected on the road, both during and after work hours. When a work site involves moving traffic, safety awareness should be at its peak, to protect both the public and the crew.  Follow these safety procedures:

 

Planning: All traffic control must be carefully planned and approved by governing authorities before work begins. The person responsible for this planning should drive through the traffic pattern before any work starts to insure that the public will understand how to control their vehicles appropriately. If there is any possibility of driver confusion in the pattern, change it.

 

Signage: The Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices and local or state regulations should be followed for proper signage and barricading. Place initial warning signs a minimum of 1,000 feet from traffic revisions. All signs and related equipment should be in good condition and highly visible. In some cases, independent traffic safety contractors handle warning signs and barricades.

 

Barricades: Devices which guide traffic such as cones, barrels, etc., should be highly visible and spaced relatively close together, so drivers will not deviate from an assigned traffic flow. All such barriers should be made of material that will cause little or no damage if a vehicle contacts it.

 

Safety Gear: All employees should wear hard hats and must wear high-visibility orange or day-glow vests. When working at night, the vest should have light-reflective strips.

 

Flaggers: Roadside construction sites must have at least one individual assigned to traffic control. A highly visible sign paddle should be used during daylight hours. It should be octagonal in shape, at least 18 inches across, and have letters at least six inches high that say STOP on one side and SLOW on the other. Flaggers should have two-way radios. When flaggers are present, a sign indicating this must be placed a minimum of 500 feet from the beginning of the detour.

 

 

 

 

Vehicles: All construction vehicles should be equipped with backing alarms, two-way radios, and Slow Moving Vehicle signs when appropriate. Ideally, they should be painted a highly visible color and many jurisdictions also require flashing yellow beacons. All operators must be qualified and trained to operate the equipment they are using. If a vehicle is parked along-side the road, orange safety cones should be placed around it to alert drivers.

           

Night Work: If work is done at night, the entire site must be illuminated. Increase warning distances in areas of fast-moving traffic as light fails. Flaggers should have orange-cone flashlights and barricades should be equipped with flashing lights. Any excavations or utility accesses should be taped off and barricaded with flashing warning lights.

           

Training: All company employees and subcontractors involved in the project must receive an initial safety orientation, informing them of the potential hazards of the project, including traffic safety. Changes or unusual conditions should be communicated to workers immediately

 

 

Contact the CAWV at (304)342-1166 for assistance with your safety program.

 

HH 2011-15

April 15, 2011

BUDGET COMPROMISE INCLUDES TRANSPORTATION FUNDING CUTS

 

The budget compromise agreed to by President Obama and Congressional leadership to fund the Federal government through the remainder of fiscal year 2011 has been approved by the House and Senate. Included in the agreement are reductions in funding for several transportation programs.

 

The budget bill funds the highway program in FY 2011 at $41.1 billion - the same level as in FY 2010. The bill, however, eliminates $650 million in general fund dollars that were provided in the FY 2010 appropriations bill. This is not the general fund transfers that were made over the past three years to keep the Highway Trust Fund solvent but were instead supplemental funds. In addition the bill eliminates $630 million in funding for surface transportation earmarks. These are projects that have been on the books for years and in some cases decades but for one reason or another have never been funded. The bill rescinds $2.5 billion in existing contract authority that had been previously apportioned to states but was never funded. This continues an ongoing trend to cut accumulated contract authority. While this does not actually reduce funding amounts it does limit state flexibility to use its annual funding to meet its specific state priorities. Funding for the Tiger Grant II program was cut by $72 billion from $600 million in FY 2010 to $528 million in FY 2011.

 

The biggest transportation loser in the bill is funding for high speed rail. The bill eliminates all of the $2.5 billion in funding for high speed rail in FY 2011 and goes back and eliminates $400 million from the funding provided for this program in FY 2010.

 

The bill also cuts $400 million in funding from the Federal Transit Administration’s (FTA) New Starts Program in FY 2011, and $280 million from the amounts provided in FY 2010. FTA’s New Starts Program is FTA’s primary capital investment program.

 

The Federal Aviation Administration’s Airport Improvement Program is funded at $3.52 in FY 2011 - the same amount as in FY 2010.

 

TCC FLY-IN: YOUR ELECTED OFFICIALS NEED TO HEAR FROM YOU

CAWV members are encouraged to join the Transportation Construction Coalition in Washington, D.C. on May 24-25 for the 2011 Legislative Fly-in to make the case that “Transportation Moves the Economy.” The TCC is co-chaired by AGC and ARTBA. Congressional delegates need to hear about the importance of transportation infrastructure investment to the nation’s economy – creating jobs while building the future.

 

Federal transportation programs face challenges like never before. SAFETEA-LU expired on September 30, 2009 and funding for the highway and transit programs have been continued through a series of short term extensions. Highway Trust Fund revenue is insufficient to support current funding levels. A multitude of new Representatives and Senators are unfamiliar with how these programs operate and the benefits they bring not only to their states or districts but to the national economy. Congress needs to understand that reduced Federal investment undermines state and local transportation programs and hurts the construction industry: contractors, material suppliers, designers, equipment manufacturers and labor.


 

The Fly-In schedule is as follows:

 


Tuesday May 24, 2011
11 am-1:30 am - AGC Issues Briefing Lunch
2 pm-4:30 pm - Legislative Briefing
6 pm - Capitol Hill Reception

 

 

Wednesday May 25, 2011
7 am-7:45 am - Continental Breakfast
8 am-5 pm - Congressional Visits

CAWV Congressional Fly-In (See the Newsletter for more information)


JOINT CONCRETE COMMITTEE MEETING MAY 17

 

Chairman Chris Apperson has called a meeting of the CAWV / BSA / WVDOH Joint Concrete Committee on Tuesday, May 17, at the CAWV Headquarters, 2114 Kanawha Boulevard East, Charleston. Industry representatives will begin the meeting at 10:30 a.m., with state and federal representatives joining at 1:00 p.m. Lunch will be provided. Committee members have received notice of the meeting. For additional information or to submit agenda items, contact Lindsay Stephens at lstephens@cawv.org or (304) 342-1166.

 


SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL, SIDEWALK CONSTRUCTION, WOOD COUNTY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1290902) Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 04/28/2011 for construction of Safe Routes to School sidewalk construction in Williamstown. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 04/19/2011 at 11:00 AM at the City of Williamstown, 100 West 5th Street, Williamstown. Bids should be submitted to the City of Williamstown, Jean Ford, 100 West 5th Street, Williamstown, 26187 (304)375-7761. Plans and specifications are available from C. L. Pifer Associates, LLC, 1821 Park Avenue, Parkersburg, WV  26101-3657 (304)485-3247.  Plans and specifications are being requested for the CAWV Physical Planroom and Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

STORM DRAIN REPLACEMENTS, RANDOLPH COUNTY COURTHOUSE

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1291031) Bids will be accepted until 1:00 PM on 04/19/2011 for replacement of storm drains at the Randolph County Courthouse in Elkins. Bids should be submitted to the Randolph County Commission, #4 Randolph Avenue, Suite 102, Elkins, WV 26241 (304)636-2057. Plans and specifications are available from Swecker Engineering, 120 South Randolph Avenue, Elkins, WV 26241 (304)636-0343. 

 

ACCESS ROAD CONSTRUCTION, MONONGALIA COUNTY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1291792)  Bids will be accepted until 4:00 PM on 04/27/2011 for construction of an access road from Route 705 to J. D. Anderson Drive in Morgantown.  A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 04/19/2011 at 1:00 PM at Mon General Hospital, Mylan Conference Room, Morgantown.

Bids should be submitted to Mon Health Systems, 1200 J . D. Anderson Drive, Morgantown, WV 26505 (304)598-1200. Plans and specifications are available from Alpha Associates, 209 Prairie Avenue, Morgantown, WV 26501 (304)296-8216.

 

CRACK SEALANT MATERIALS, CITY OF WILLIAMSTOWN

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1292230)  Bids will be accepted until 4:00 PM on 05/03/2011 for crack sealant materials for the City of Williamstown.  Bids should be submitted to the City of Williamstown, 100 West 5th Street, Williamstown, WV 26187 (304)375-7761.

 


CONSULTING SERVICES, STATE RAIL PLAN, WVDOT/ STATE RAIL AUTHORITY

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1292625) Proposals will be accepted until 12:00 PM on 04/28/2011 for consulting services for the State Rail Plan including collecting available data and inventory, performing analysis of the market, feasibility, capacity and cost for potential new intercity passenger or High Speed Rail (HSR) corridors and all other planning needs for the WV Department of Transportation State Rail Authority. Proposals should be submitted to the WV Department of Transportation State Rail Authority, Cindy Butler, 120 Water Plant Drive, Moorefield, WV 26836 (304)538-2305.

 

CONSULTING SERVICES, HIGHWAY TRAFFIC NOISE PREDICTION, WVDOT

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1294278) Proposals will be accepted until 4:00 PM on 05/06/2011 for consulting services for highway traffic noise prediction, analysis and abatement for the WV Division of Highways.  Firms interested in being considered for this project must submit a "Letter of Qualification" and unpriced prospectus to WV Division of Highways, Mr. Greg Bailey, 1900 Kanawha Boulevard, East, Building 5, Room A-437, Charleston, WV 25305-0430 (304)558-9722.

 

ENGINEERING CONSULTING SERVICES, WVDOT

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1294264) Engineering proposals will be accepted until 4:00 PM on 05/06/2011 for consulting services for State Project U352-2-11.65 (00) Proctor to Ken, Marshall and Wetzel counties; Project S329-11-7.97 (00) Burlington Mill Creek Bridge in Mineral County; Project X302-17/11-0.00 Madison Railroad Overpass Bridge in Boone County; Project S328-BLU/E-1 (00) Martin Luther King, Jr. Bridge in Mercer County; Project U320-25/47-0.00 (00) Dunbar Toll Bridge in Kanawha County and Project S337-2/10-0/17 Old Hi Carpenter Bridge in Pleasants County.  Firms interested in this project must submit a "Letter of Qualification" and unpriced prospectus to the WV Division of Highways, Mr. Greg Bailey, 1900 Kanawha Boulevard, East, Building 5, Room A-437, Charleston, WV 25305-0430 (304)558-9722.

 

PARKING LOT PAVING, HEDGESVILLE  VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1294041)  Bids will be accepted until 4:00 PM on 05/02/2011 for site preparation, paving and lighting of the rear parking lot and access road at the Hedgesville Volunteer Fire Department.

A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 04/19/2011 at 4:00 PM at the project site.  Bids should be submitted to Hedgesville Volunteer Fire Department, President Rodney Crowell, 4217 Hedgeville Road, Hedgesville, WV 25427 (304)754-3662. Plans and specifications are available from Hedgesville Volunteer  Fire Department, President Rodney Crowell, 4217 Hedgeville Road, Hedgesville, WV 25427 (304)754-3662.  Plans and specifications are being requested for the CAWV Physical Planroom and Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

STATE OF WV REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

 

(iSqFt Project ID #1294772) DEP15431: Bids will be accepted until 1:30 PM on 06/02/2011 for landfill erosion repair in Monongalia County.   A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 05/05/2011 at 10:00 AM at the project site.  For further information contact Chuck Bowman (304)558-2157.  Plans and specifications are being requested for the CAWV Physical Planroom and Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

(iSqFt Project ID #1294781) 0311C345: Bids will be accepted until 1:30 PM on 05/04/2011 to provide  permanent pavement repair materials for the WV Division of Highways.  For further information contact Sheri Sloane (304)558-2402.

 


IDIQ VARIOUS CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS, BECKLEY VAMC

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1292755)  Bids will be accepted until 10:00 AM on 05/11/2011 for an open-end contract to provide minor construction, interior and exterior painting, repairing streets and parking lots, streetlight replacement, installation of electrical outlets and light fixtures, installation of water lines, repair/replacement of storm drains, sewer lines, steam lines, excavating, construction of sidewalks and all other appurtenances at the VA Medical Center in Beckley. This project is for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses.  For further information go to www.fbo.gov and enter Solicitation # VA24611RP0209.  Bids should be submitted to the Department of Veteran Affairs, Kim Pauley, 200 Veteran's Avenue, Beckley, WV 25801.  Plans and specifications are available for viewin in the CAWV Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

SHAVERS FORK MITIGATION PROJECT, RANDOLPH AND POCAHONTAS COUNTIES

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1292640) Bids will be accepted until 1:00 PM on 05/18/2011 for clearing and grubbing, pollution control, seeding and mulching, mobilization, deepening and enhancing 33 pools and 4,227 LF of a low flow channel, earthfill of streambank, 530 tons of riprap, 2,320 SY of geotextile fabric, planting 1,100 red spruce seedlings, 722 trees and shrubs, 21,190 stakes and branch cuttings, 1,070 tons of crushed aggregate, 10,050 tons of rock and all other appurtenances along Shavers Fork in Monongahela National Forest in Randolph and Pochaontas counties. For further information go to www.fbo.gov and enter Solicitation #TVCD-SHAVERS-11-001. Bids should be submitted to the Department of Agriculture, Sue Hall, 1550 Earl Core Road, Suite 200, Morgantown, WV 26505. Plans and specifications are available for viewing in the CAWV Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

SITE GRADING, BOONSBORO HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC FIELS, GARRETT COUNTY, MD

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1292620) Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 04/26/2011 for site grading at the Boonsboro High School athletic field in Hagerstown, MD. A pre-bid meeting was held on 04/15/2011 at 10:00 AM at the Boonsboro High School front entrance, 10 Campus Avenue, Boonsboro, Maryland. Bids should be submitted to Washington County Public Schools, Lisa Freeman, 820 Commonwealth Avenue, Hagerstown, MD 21741 (301)766-2841. Plans and specifications are available from Washington County Public Schools, Lisa Freeman, 820 Commonwealth Avenue, Hagerstown, MD 21741 (301)766-2841.

 

SIDEWALK REPLACEMENT, VARIOUS SCHOOLS, TAZEWELL COUNTY, VA

 

(iSqFt Project ID# 1291009) Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 05/05/2011 for sidewalk replacement at Tazewell Middle, Graham High and Abbs Valley Elementary schools in Tazewell County, Virginia. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 04/19/2011 at 10:00 AM at Tazewell High School, 627 East Fincastle Turnpike, Tazewell, Virginia. Bids should be submitted to the Tazewell County School Board, Charlie Simpson, 209 West Finacstle Turnpike, Tazewell, VA 24651

(276)988-5511. Plans and specifications are available from Spectrum Design, PC, Graham E. Grant, Plaza Suite 1, 10 Church Avenue, Roanoke, VA 24011-2104 (540)342-6001.  Plans and specifications are being requested for the CAWV Physical Planroom and Internet Planroom at www.isqft.com.

 

REHABILITATE MAIN APRON, MERCER COUNTY AIRPORT

 

Mountaineer Contractors, Inc.......................................................... $1,533,535

West Virginia Paving, Inc.................................................................    1,569,720

 


RESURFACING VARIOUS STREETS, CITY OF CHARLESTON

 

West Virginia Paving, Inc................................................................. $975,967

 

DEP15150: LANDFILL CLOSURE CONSTRUCTION, MORGAN COUNTY

 

ALL Construction, Inc...................................................................... $3,353,650

Tri-State Pipeline, Inc.......................................................................    3,563,660

Basil A. Carpenter Excavation, Inc.....................................................    3,995,728

 

REPAIR BRICK PAVED STREETS, CITY OF CHARLESTON

 

RCA Corporation................................................................................ $96,766

McClanahan Construction Company.................................................. 121,858

Garcie R. Marker & Sons, Inc......................................................... 134,810

Tony Baiano Construction Company.................................................. 144,300

 

DEP15058: RECLAMATION, 31-ACRE DISTURBANCE, PRESTON COUNTY

 

DCI/Shires, Inc................................................................................... $1,567,291

Eastern Arrow Corporation, Inc......................................................    1,603,605

Green Mountain Company...............................................................    1,629,000

J. F. Allen Company.........................................................................    2,173,229

Anderson  Excavating, LLC.............................................................    2,178,660

Cowgirl Up, Inc.................................................................................    2,359,413

 

DEP15343: RECLAMATION, .4-ACRE DISTURBANCE, BOONE COUNTY

 

Gopher Land Services ................................................................................... $41,560

Eagle Excavation, Inc.........................................................................   42,069

Wiseman Excavating, Inc.................................................................  43,375

Green Mountain Company...............................................................  59,000

Building & Utility Systems, LLC........................................................   60,050

Aspen Corporation............................................................................  60,280

DCI/Shires, Inc...................................................................................   75,725

 

DEP15340: RECLAMATION, 5.9-ACRE DISTURBANCE, HARRISON COUNTY

 

Wolfe Run Excavating, LLC............................................................... $131,600

Cowgirl Up, Inc.................................................................................    148,830

SCJL Co-Leasing Corporation, Inc.....................................................    149,531

Green Mountain Company...............................................................    153,000

All-Con, LLC......................................................................................    156,890

Aspen Corporation............................................................................    161,295

Lester’s  Excavating, Inc.....................................................................    165,695

Stanley Industries, Inc.......................................................................    168,842

Cook Brothers, Inc.............................................................................    170,303

Anderson Excavating, LLC..............................................................    172,830

Eagle Excavation, Inc.........................................................................    175,093

J. F. Allen Company.........................................................................    181,770

Tri-State Pipeline, Inc.......................................................................    207,567

 


SITE DEMOLITION, HUNTINGTON EAST MIDDLE SCHOOL

 

Atlantic Plant Services........................................................................ $1,497,981

Lepi Enterprises, Inc...........................................................................    1,897,999

Asphalt Contractors & Sitework.........................................................    2,876,531

 

CEDAR STREET IMPROVEMENTS, ALLEGANY COUNTY, MD

 

Carl Belt, Inc..................................................................................... $1,536,635

EA Excavating Associates..................................................................    1,678,808

Beitzel Corporation.............................................................................    2,189,600

D & M Contracting.............................................................................    2,191,415

Braddock Construction...................................................................................    2,700,000

 

* CAWV Members are in Bold Type