Wilkinson Deep-Water Wetland Restoration RFP


Vadnais Lake Area Water Management Organization (VLAWMO), will receive bids through QuestCDN (vBid) until 2:00 p.m., Central Time on Thursday August 3, 2023, for the construction of the Wilkinson Lake Deep-Water Wetland Restoration Project.

The bid opening can be accessed via one the following:

Microsoft Teams using Meeting ID: 232 301 955 503 and Passcode: PQAdtm 

Visit https://bit.ly/WilkBMP. 

Call in (audio only) at +1 218-302-5994 with Conference ID: 896 480 227#.

Major items of work consist of excavation and spoil management, as well as seeding of wetland and upland areas. A mandatorypre-bid meeting will be held in person on Wednesday, July 26, 2023 at 1:30 p.m. at North Oaks Community Room, 100 Village Center Drive North Oaks, MN 55127, starting at the Community Room and then visiting the project site. The bid set including plans and specifications may be downloaded from QuestCDN.com, project #8443103, for a fee of $22.00. Bids MUST be submitted via the online electronic bid services through QuestCDN for a fee of $42.00.

The plan holders list and bid results will be available for viewing on the Houston Engineering web site:  www.houstoneng.com. Any questions can be directed to Dawn Tanner at dawn.tanner@vlawmo.org

Quest link

Wilkinson Deep-Water Wetland Restoration project page

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