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Picayune Strand Road Removal


Florida, United States
Government : Military
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THIS IS NOT A SOLICITATION FOR AND NO ******** SHALL BE AWARDED FROM THIS SOURCES SOUGHT SYNOPSIS. *********** will not be of the results of the evaluation.


of any *********** in response to this market survey is purely ********** The assumes no financial for any costs *********


The purpose of this sources sought synopsis is to gain knowledge of interest, capabilities and qualifications of the construction industry, namely the Small Business Community to include Section 8(a), Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB), and Historically Underutilized (HUBZone) concerns. The must ensure there is adequate competition among the potential pool of responsible ********ors.


Description of the Project


The project consists of returning the graded roadways and logging trams to a natural topographic profile based on the adjacent undisturbed ground; which would reestablish sheet flow. High spots that are not historic uplands, such as berms or spoil piles that obstruct or channelize flow are not acceptable.


********or is to remove and re-grade all east-west roads to level undisturbed ground logging trams and existing roads and adjacent ditches, swales and spoil for the base ******** in the area bounded by Miller Canal to the east, the Tieback Levee to the north, 90th Avenue SE to the south and to the ends of the roads on the west. Miller Boulevard will not be degraded, however, the spoil and swales along Miller Blvd will be leveled to undisturbed ground. Heavy equipment involved in this work will be allowed to travel across and along Miller Blvd to do any of the road and logging tram removal work described in this document. Also, 68th Avenue SE will not be degraded, but the adjacent spoil and swales will be leveled. The ******** will include two options: option 1 for removal and re-grade of all existing logging trams and east-west roads and their adjacent ditches and spoil in the area bounded by 92nd Avenue SE to the north, Miller Canal to the east, 112th Avenue SE to the south, and the ends of the east-west roads to the west. Miller Blvd will not be degraded, however, the spoil and swales along Miller Blvd will be leveled to undisturbed ground. The west ends of the east-west roads are variable. The roads west of Miller Blvd increase in length from 70th Ave SE (about 0.25 miles) to 128th Ave SE (about 0.35 miles) because the boundary of the project and Miller Blvd are not exactly parallel. Also, 66th and 68th Ave SE end about 1.25 miles west of the centerline of Miller Blvd. Portions of 126th Avenue SE west of Miller Blvd and 128th Avenue SE just east and west of Miller Blvd have adjacent rehabilitated agricultural hazardous waste sites and will not be degraded. These road sections will be clearly marked.


All of the roads, with the exception of the actual roadbeds along the rehabilitation sites mentioned above, will require degrading out to about 10 ft. beyond the spoil mounds. The width of the major roads to be cleared and de...

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