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A roundup of top bidders for May 10, 2019.

Byline: DJC Staff

A weekly compilation of the largest winning bids in the Pacific Northwest, according to the Daily Journal of Commerce Project Center.

1.

Winner (intent to award): Concrete Placing Co. of Boise, Idaho

Amount: $24,661,970

Project: I-84, Karcher IC to Northside Boulevard

Owner: Idaho Transportation Department

Cost estimate: $15,000,000-$25,000,000

Project team: not available

2.

Winner (intent to award):Wildish Standard Paving Co. of Eugene

Amount: $21,442,761

Project: RFP: Boones Ferry Road: Oakridge RD/Reese RD

Owner: city of Lake Oswego Public Works, Engineering Division

Cost estimate: $17,500,000-$18,500,000

Project team: Theta LLC (engineer)

3.

Winner (contract awarded): Culbert Construction Inc. of Pasco, Washington

Amount: $6,995,394

Project: Isaacs Avenue Improvements Division Street to Tausick Way

Owner: city of Walla Walla, Washington

Cost estimate: $5,000,000-$7,500,000

Project team: not available

4.

Winner (intent to award): Rocky Mountain Construction LLC of Klamath Falls

Amount: $5,969,378

Project: Taxiway G Rehabilitation

Owner: Crater Lake-Klamath Regional Airport

Cost estimate: $5,000,000-$5,750,000

Project team: Mead & Hunt Inc. (consultant)

5.

Winner (contract awarded): Tapani Inc. of Battle Ground, Washington

Amount: $5,155,931

Project: Regional Biosolids Treatment Facility

Owner: city of Long Beach, Washington Community Development

Cost estimate: $6,000,000-$6,500,000

Project team: Gray & Osborne Inc. (engineer)

Do you want to be the winner of an upcoming Top Bidders project? Then join the DJC Project Center to find, track and bid on your next project. For a free tour, or more information on monthly and annual rates, contact Sharlene Richard at 503-802-7252 or srichard@djcOregon.com.

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Publication:Daily Journal of Commerce (Portland, OR)
Date:May 10, 2019
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