May 23, 2018

Stream Clearing Biological Work – RFP

The Suisun City Building and Public Works Department has issued a Request for Proposals from qualified contractors to perform biological survey and monitoring work to support the City’s routine maintenance along and within local stream channels.

The City intends to perform routine streambed maintenance work along about 1.8 miles of the banks and streambeds of McCoy and Laurel creeks to remove vegetation and preserve flood control capacity.

Maintenance work could include minor vegetation removal, debris removal in streams to restore water flow, removal of hazardous man-made structures from water bodies for public safety and habitat improvement, maintenance of existing structures and facilities, sediment removal, and weed management.

The Department is seeking qualified firms to perform survey and monitoring, which may include:

  • Research to determine potential for special-status species
  • Coordination with the City and State officials as necessary if species are encountered to comply with the Streambed Alteration Agreement (SAA)
  • Conducting species and habitat surveys prior to maintenance work
  • Performing on-site monitoring during maintenance work
  • Preparing necessary reports
  • Providing general consultation and staff training

More details are provided in the complete Request for Proposals available via registration below.


PROPOSAL PROCESS

Responsive proposals are due by 2 p.m. on Thursday May 31, 2018, at Suisun City Hall, 701 Civic Center Blvd., Suisun City, CA 94585.

Complete details are available in the Request for Proposals below.

Any addenda to this Request for Proposals will be added to this site with or without notice to prospective bidders, whose sole responsibility it is to ensure they have the most complete information available.


Post expires at 12:01 am on June 1, 2018