State of Oregon Department of Transportation - Notice to Contractors 10/13/22




Bids due: October 13, 2022 @ 9:00 am

Bid Closing for the projects identified below will be at 9:00:00 a.m. on the 13th day of October, 2022. Bid Opening will be at the Oregon Department of Transportation, 355 Capitol Street NE, Salem, Oregon, beginning at 9:00:00 a.m. on the day of Bid Closing.

  • Submit electronic bids, on-line, through Bid Express ( before 9:00:00 a.m. on the day of Bid Closing.

Submit paper bids to Marie Wright, Construction Contracts Manager:

  • Before 9:00:00 a.m. on the day of Bid Closing.

  • For Bids submitted by mail or parcel delivery service, send to the following address:

Oregon Department of Transportation

Procurement Construction Contracts, MS #5-1

355 Capitol Street NE, Salem, Oregon 97301

· For Bids submitted by hand delivery, date stamp the Bid with the provided date stamping device and place into the ODOT Procurement Bid Box located in the 1st floor lobby at the following address:

Oregon Department of Transportation

355 Capitol Street NE, Salem, Oregon 97301

Bids, Bid modifications, and Bid withdrawals will not be accepted at or after 9:00:00 a.m. on the day of Bid Closing.

To be eligible for award of Oregon Department of Transportation construction contracts, bidders (prime contractors) must submit a prequalification application according to ODOT’s Oregon Administrative Rules and prequalification procedures at least ten calendar days before the Bid Closing date. Prequalification must be in the class(es) of work indicated in the project’s special provisions, and the bid booklet.

The Prequalification Application form, requirements and instructions are on the Agency's website

The Agency’s Electronic Bidding Information System (eBIDS) allows free access to plans, specifications, bid booklets, project addenda, and clarification letters at

Preliminary bid results are published on the following websites by close of business on Bid Closing day,

Award of contracts will not be final until: 1) Three working days after Notice of Intent to Award is posted on the Agency’s website or 2) The Agency provides a written response to each timely protest, denying the protest and affirming the award; whichever is later.

All projects include a steel escalation clause.

All projects have minimum wage rate requirements. Wage publications are published on the Agency's website at

All projects require work to be performed by the Contractor’s own organization of at least 30 percent of the awarded contract amount.

All federally funded projects have “BUY AMERICA” requirements.

Email the Project Manager listed at the end of each announcement for PROJECT SPECIFIC TECHNICAL QUESTIONS.

The project cost range value is preliminary, may not reflect the current scope of the project, and is not a reflection of the Engineer’s Estimate.

1. WASHINGTON & MULTNOMAH COUNTIES: OR99W: I-5 – McDonald St Section of the Pacific Highway West (Rt. No. OR99W) in Tigard. FAP No. S091(090). ($ 20,000,000 - $ 30,000,000). Req. approx. 2,200 hr training; 4,346 ft2 temp. signs; 8 ea. PCMS; 4,992 hr flaggers; 500 ea. TCS; 4 ea. TMA; temp. traf. sig.; 2,800 ft ped. chan. dev.; 32 ea. temp. curb ramp; 219 ea. inlet prot.; 6,800 ft sed. barr.; 1,590 ton contam. soil disp.; const. surv. work; 23,366 ft asph. pvmt. sawcut.; 5,720 yd3 gen. exc.; 1,742 ft pipe; 16 ea. conc. MH; 66 ea. conc. inlets; 153 ea. adj. boxes; 97 ea. conn. to extg. str.; 94 ea. adj. MH; 2,730 yd2 br. deck CPPR; 280 yd2 class 2 prep.; 116 ft asph. plug jt. seals; 16 ft type “F” conc. rail; 24,420 ft2 polymer memb.; 3,338 ft2 sdwlk. coping; 834 ft2 MSE retaining wall; 966 ft2 prefab. mod. grav. retaining wall; 4,371 ft2 CIP conc. rigid grav. retaining wall; 127,680 yd2 CPPR; 5,980 yd2 secondary CPPR; 8,047 ton aggr. base; 3,249 ton CACP; 31,211 ton ACP (165 ton PG64-22 asph. & 1,552 ton PG70-22ER asph.); 5,392 yd2 ACP repair; 11,238 ft conc. curbs; 2,079 ft2 conc. islands; 16,254 ft2 conc. drvwy.; 50,225 ft2 conc. walks; 919 ft2 conc. surf.; 148 ea. curb ramps; 1,570 ft2 trunc. domes; 224 ft2 bus pads; 393 ft gd. rl.; 2,337 ft adj. gd. rl.; 327 ft conc. barr.; 2 ea. imp. atten.; 115,100 ft thermo. striping; 8,350 ft2 pvmt. bar; 205 ea. pvmt. legends; 1,745 ft2 signs; 230 ft sig. sup. drilled shaft; 14 ea. traf. sig. mod.; water qual. swale; flow control facility; 475 ft metal handrail. This project requires Railroad Insurance. Completion Time: November 28, 2024. Classes of Work: Either: A) Asphalt Concrete Paving and Oiling, or B) Miscellaneous Highway Appurtenances. THIS PROJECT CONTAINS ASPHALT AND FUEL ESCALATION CLAUSES. THIS PROJECT CONTAINS A 13% DBE GOAL. THIS PROJECT CONTAINS A 10% INDIAN EMPLOYMENT PREFERENCE GOAL. PROJECT MANAGER: NATHAN POTTER, EMAIL: NATHAN.POTTER@ODOT.OREGON.GOV

The Oregon Department of Transportation is an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.

The policy of the Oregon Department of Transportation is to provide equal opportunity for participation in its contracting activities to all persons and firms in compliance with applicable Federal and State laws, rules and regulations.

The Department of Transportation may reject any bid not in compliance with all prescribed public bidding procedures and requirements, and may reject for good cause any or all bids upon a finding of the Department of Transportation that it is in the public interest to do so.

Notice 22038 – October 13, 5 - week ad

Published September 9, 2022

To publish a Bid or Subbid please contact our local procurement team at

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