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Interested vendors may view and download the documents. To view or download documents, vendors must first be registered on the plan holder's list for each solicitation.

The planholder's list is the way in which the City will notify vendors of changes in the bid specifications. All changes to bid specifications will be issued by the Purchasing Office. The City will notify plan holders by the communications means selected by the planholder (Fax, Email, or U.S. Mail). The City will make a reasonable effort to notify bidders of changes; however the sole responsibility lies upon the bidder to inquire if a change has been issued prior to the bid opening time and date. Please visit the web site at City of Bellingham Purchasing Office or call the Purchasing office at 360-778-7750 to verify addenda prior to submitting a bid.
Solicitation #Closing DateSolicitation NameDescription

04/10/2015Mt. Baker Theater Boiler Number 1 RepairThis work involves replacing a leaking heat exchanger and the burner of hydronic boiler number one, and other associated work.

04/10/2015Alabama Street Corridor Multimodal Safety Improvements-ES-466The improvement consists of construction of new sidewalk, curb, gutter and roadway to support added turn lanes, pedestrian improvements and ADA compliance. Work shall include the installation of High-Intensity Activated Crosswalk (HAWK) signals, flashing crossings, stormwater improvements and an overlay of the existing roadway.

04/06/2015Post Point Scum Concentrator Replacement The improvement consists of: The overall project will consist of the installation of a scum concentrator, thickened scum pump, and associated appurtenances. Demolition shall include removal of the existing scum concentrator equipment, piping, and appurtenances.

04/02/2015Padden Creek Daylighting EV-0004The improvement includes creation of approximately 2,300 LF of new stream channel, bank stabilization, stream bed aggregate, large woody debris, two pedestrian bridges, a large box culvert, and utility relocations.

03/30/2015Bio Retention Hydrologic Performance StudyThe City of Bellingham (City) is seeking written statements of qualifications from professional consulting and engineering firms with experience and/or expertise in the design, monitoring and evaluation of bioretention facilities used for the management of stormwater.

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