U.S. Department of Transportation - Federal Highway Administration
Hat Creek Construction & Materials, Inc. (HCCMI) is seeking quotes from all qualified subcontractors/ suppliers including but not limited to VOSB, SDVOSB, Hubzone SB, SDB, WOSB for the following items of work: Mobilization, Construction Survey and Staking, Contractor Quality Control, Contractor Testing, Construction Schedule, Soil Erosion Control (Silt Fence), (Fiber Roll, (Check Dam), (Inlet Protection), (stabilized Construction Exit), Watering For Dust Control, Clearing Grubbing, Special Clearing and Grubbing, Removal of Inlet (Drop), Removal of Sign, Removal of Curb, stone, Removal of Paved Water Way, Removal of Sidewalk-Asphalt, Plug Existing Pipe (abandon in place), Roadway Excavation, Subexcavation, Select Borrow, Conserve and Place Boulder, separation-stabilization Geotextile, Class 1 Type B Non-Woven), Geogrid Stabilization, Roadway obliteration Method 1, Placed Riprap Method A, Place RipRap Method A Class 1, Place RIPRAP Metho B Energy Dissipator, RipRap Ditch Method A, Rockery, Gabions, Ditch Reconditioning, Roadway Reconditioning, Recycled Aggregate Base 6- inch depth, Aggregate Top Soil Course, Asphalt Concrete Pavement, Antistrip Additive Type 3, Tack Coat, Asphalt Pavement Milling 4 inch depth, Asphalt Pavement Milling 6 inch depth, Minor Concrete, Reinforce ShotCrete, 12 inch pipe culvert, catch basin (type 1), Cleaning Culvert in Place, Repairing Drainage Structure, Cleaning Drainage Structure, Curb Stone Type 1 18 inch depth, Curb Stone Type 1 24 inch depth, paved ditch asphalt, sidewalk aggregate, sidewalk asphalt, accessibility ramp concrete, detectable warning panels, gate, remove and reset gate, stone masonry, remove reset stone masonry, repoint stone masonry, placing conserved topsoil, sign system, remove and reset sign, snow pole holder, pavement markings, traffic control, and equipment necessary. Please visit specifications for bid item list and quantity. HCCMI is accepting bids for all items of work.
HCCMI is an equal opportunity employer and is willing to work with all qualified firms interested on this project. Subcontractors must possess a current contractor's license, insurance coverage and worker's compensation for the entire length of the contract. If qualified firms need assistance in obtaining project plans, specifications, or requirements please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or our office at (530) 355-5501 or can also be viewed at 24339 State Highway 89 North, Burney, CA 96013. All subcontractors will be required to sign our standard Subcontract Agreement. 100% payment and performance bond may be required. Please call if you need assistance obtaining insurance, bonding, equipment, materials, and/or supplies. HCCMI intends to work cooperatively with all qualified firms seeking work on this project. We will work with any interested subcontractor/supplier to identify opportunities to break items into economically feasible packages.