Prado Basin sediment management demonstration project vegetation removal, contract number PB-2019-1
The Prado Basin Sediment Management Demonstration Project consists of excavating a pool in the Prado Wetlands to study the effectiveness of dredging for future sediment removal. The phase of the project included with this bid will remove the vegetation in the vicinity of the excavation site and the access road to the sediment storage site. Clearing at the storage site is not included with this phase of work.
The work includes, but is not limited to the following: provide a written plan detailing the contractor’s proposed clearing schedule and operations; coordinate with OCWD’s biologist to assure endangered and threatened species are not present in the work area prior to commencing work, clear an approximately 12-acre area of vegetation from OCWD and US Army Corps of Engineers land in Prado Basin, construct access roads as necessary to clear the excavation site and access road to the storage site, and perform final cleanup and demobilization. The contractor will be responsible for determining the proper equipment and methods to complete the work in accordance with the contact documents and in accordance with all applicable state and federal OSHA standards.
Non-mandatory pre-bid meeting: July 18, 2019 at 10:30 a.m. at 14980 River Road, Corona, CA
Bid opening: Tuesday July 30, 2019 at 2:00 p.m.
Engineer’s estimate: $400,000.00
For questions about this project, please contact Ryan Bouley at (714) 378-8207 or by email.