APIS PMIS #154596 Rehabilitation & Restoration of Light Stations
THIS NOTICE IS PROVIDED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. IF YOU ARE A CONTRACTOR INTERESTED IN WORKING ON THE PROJECT DESCRIBED BELOW, PLEASE CONTACT THE COMPANIES LISTED AND EXPRESS YOUR INTEREST IN WORKING AS A SUBCONTRACTOR. PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT APOSTLE ISLANDS NATIONAL LAKESHORE STAFF AS THEY WILL NOT BE ABLE TO PROVIDE YOU WITH ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.
APIS PMIS #154596 - "Rehabilitation & Restoration of Michigan, Outer, & Devils Island Light Stations (including Sand and Long Islands)" project located in Bayfield and Ashland Counties, Wisconsin.Project Location: Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, Bayfield Wisconsin. The sites include five islands within the park in Lake Superior: Michigan Island, Outer Island, Devils Island, Sand Island and Long Island. All sites require boats to access. The project sites are the light stations of each island as indicated on the park map (http://www.nps.gov/apis/planyourvisit/upload/APIS-map-07.pdf).
The Work consists of the following:
The Project will be constructed under a single prime contract, and the National Park Service intends to utilize the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC), which is for Design/Build and Design Bid Build Construction services. As such, THIS OPPORTUNITY IS ONLY AVAILABLE TO THE FOLLOWING FIRMS:
9191 South Jamaica Street
Englewood, CO 80112
Primary POC: Cliff Bjorgum
URS Group, Inc.
8181 East Tufts Ave
Denver, CO 80237
Primary POC: Gregg Batchelder Adams
Perini Management Services, Inc.
73 Mt. Wayte Ave
Framingham, MA 01701
Primary POC: John Gerstenlauer
3200 Town Point Drive NW, Suite 100
Kennesaw, GA 30144
Primary POC: Randy Knott
BlueScope Construction, Inc.
1540 Genessee Street
Kansas City, MO 64102
Primary POC: Brian Aldrich
NOTE: The NPS anticipates issuing the solicitation the beginning of May, 2012.
Did You Know?
In his “Report on Apostle Islands National Park Project, January 20, 1931”, landscape architect Harlan Kelsey noted that “the hand of man has mercilessly destroyed the islands’ virgin beauty, and, therefore, a largely controlling element as outstanding national park material even if other reasons made them eligible…this project does not meet National Park Service standards.”