by Erin Casey, Director of Land Use Compatibility
The Truckee River Watershed Council is seeking construction bids for the Jammer Chair Riparian and Aspen Restoration Project.
The Jammer Chair Project site history includes a series of fills and road developments encroaching on identified riparian areas, channels and floodplain. The encroachment has altered natural flow patterns and has degraded the drainages and associated flood plain.
The purpose of the Jammer Chair Riparian and Aspen Restoration Project (Jammer Chair Project) is to restore the hydrologic processes to the project area.
The project work is described in detail in the attached bid document: Request for Bid (with Amendment 8/28/15)- Jammer Chair Riparian and Aspen Restoration* [Links removed]
*RFB Amendment posted August 28, 2015
*RFB Updated August 20, 2015:
- Minor corrections to Project Description
- Content updates to D. Work Requirements
A mandatory pre-bid tour of the project site is scheduled on Wednesday, August 26, 2015. (Attendance at the pre-bid tour is a prerequisite for submitting a bid.)
Bids must be submitted electronically and received by 5:00 P.M. on Tuesday, September 1, 2015.
For more information, please contact Erin Casey at 530-550-8760 x7.
Image: This cut bank of incised channel will be filled during work on the Jammer Chair Riparian and Aspen Restoration Project. Credit: Sharon Falvey, USFS-TNF.