Flood repair work opportunities now available

ELKINS — The Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division is accepting bids on a flood recovery project in Greenbrier County on Monongahela National Forest. The project is funded by the Federal Highways Administration through the Emergency Relief for Federally Owned Roads Program, and will help to repair damage caused by massive flooding in June 2016.

Go to https://www.fbo.gov/ and type 693C73 in the keyword search box to find and download bid documents, which were posted Feb. 14. Bid due date and location is specified on the SF 1442, Block 13a of the solicitation. Sealed bids from certified Small Business Concerns will be accepted for the Monongahela National Forest WV ERFO FS 2016-1(7), Solicitation Number 693C73-19-B-000010.

The project includes the removal and replacement of Rattlesnake Bridge over Sulphur Lick Run and replacement of pipe culverts along Brushy Mountain Road (FR 719B). The work will consist of removal of steam debris and slope grading, embankment construction, aggregate surfacing, roadway widening, drainage improvement and other miscellaneous work. The project is expected to fall within the price range of $500,000 to $1,500,000.

Please send questions concerning this opportunity to eflhd.contracts@dot.gov or call 703-948-1407. Include the solicitation number, project name and number, requesting firm and address, a point of contact and telephone number.

For questions about flood recovery on Monongahela National Forest, contact Assistant Flood Recovery Program Manager Adam Taylor at 304-799-4334, ext. 43 or ajtaylor@fs.fed.us.