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Pender Soil and Water Conservation District seeks bids for Recovery Debris Removal

Pender Soil and Water is soliciting contractors and professional firms to perform the removal of stream debris in several locations in Pender County.  The planned work areas are referenced in maps that are part of the full bid package.  There will not be a group site showing for these projects, however, all bidding contractors are required to make a mandatory site visit to the areas and will have to sign a statement to verify.

Work must be completed according to the woody debris removal guidelines titled “Incremental effects of large woody debris removal of physical aquatic habitat”, the streamflow rehabilitation assistance program–debris removal and processing recommendations (GS 139-65), and the STRAP recommendations on permits for STRAP.  Pender Soil and Water will require that the debris be places outside of the stream along stream bank and on the same side that it originated.

Bids must clearly state the total price for completing the contract, not a price per foot.  Lengths referenced in this notice and on the project map are approximate and will not be used to determine payment or project completion.  Sealed bid sheets must be received no later than THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2022 by 3 pm.  Mark outside of envelope with “Pender Soil and Water Conservation District Storm Debris project” and deliver to Pender Soil and Water Conservation District Office, 801 S. Walker St., Burgaw, NC  28425.  Please include reference letters or other documentation of prior work experience.  Questions regarding woody debris removal bid package should be directed to Pender Soil and Water Conservation District Office Staff at 910-259-9123, ext. 3.  Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud on Friday, December 2, 2022 at 9am.

Click here to view the full bid package.



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