Bid opening results

Find results for recent highway, ferry terminal and facility bids including preliminary bid results, verified bid results, subcontractor information and business use.

Disclaimer: preliminary bid results are provided as a convenience to contractors for informational purposes, but should be used for reference only as bids are manually reviewed for mathematical accuracy.

If a change has been made to a contractors bid amount or bid position after review, it will be marked with two asterisks.**

  • Preliminary bid total results: (the numbers read publicly directly from submitted bids during bid opening) are posted immediately after the close of bid opening.
  • Verified bid total results: mathematically corrected bid numbers along with subcontractors named and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise, Small Business Enterprise and Veteran-Owned Business information.

1/31/2024 bid opening - Olympia, WA

Item no. 1: SR 20, Coupeville Ferry Terminal/Agent Office

Contract number: XE3496
Engineer's estimate: $735,623.90
Number of addenda: 3
Number of bidders: 4/1
Award status: awarded 2/14/2024

Preliminary bid total results

Apparent low: Colacurcio Brothers, Inc. - $1,234,840.11

Verified bid total results

Low bidder: Colacurcio Brothers, Inc.
Bid amount: $1,234,840.11

Small business enterprise (SBE)

  1. Land Development Engineering & Surveying, Inc. - sub - $15,425.00
    Description of work: surveying
  2. Dungeness Construction Corporation - sub - $18,965.00
    Description of work: mobilization (partial), removing painted crosswalk line
  3. Dungeness Construction Corporation - sub - $18,734.00
    Description of work: roadside planting
  4. Dungeness Construction Corporation - sub - $11,500.00
    Description of work: painted markings

SBE goal: $61,742.01
SBE total: $64,624.00

Veteran-owned business (VOB)

  1. Dungeness Construction Corporation - sub - $21,450.00
    Description of work: gravel borrow
  2. Dungeness Construction Corporation - sub - $1,500.00
    Description of work: quarry spalls
  3. Dungeness Construction Corporation - sub - $750.00
    Description of work: crushed surfacing base course
  4. Dungeness Construction Corporation - sub - $2,500.00
    Description of work: permanent signing

VOB goal: $24,696.80
VOB total: $26,200.00

1/18/2024 bid opening - Olympia, WA

Item no. 1: SR 500 NE 42nd and 54th Ave Intersection Improvements

Contract number: XE3494
Engineer's estimate: $5,214,250.93
Number of addenda: 3
Number of bidders: 10/5
Award status: awarded 2/7/2024

Preliminary bid total results

Apparent low: Nutter Corporation DBA Nutter Underground Utilities Co. Inc. - $5,285,617.70 - rejected 2/5/2024
Apparent second: Cascade Bridge, LLC - $5,635,231.85
Apparent third: Tapani, Inc. - $5,870,870.00

Verified bid total results

Low bidder: Nutter Corporation DBA Nutter Underground Utilities Co. Inc.
Bid amount: $5,285,617.70

Subcontractor named

  1. Oregon State Bridge Construction, Inc.
    Description of work: rebar installation, structural steel installation
  2. Northeast Electric, LLC
    Description of work: electrical

Disadvantaged business enterprise (DBE) 

  1. Bella Terra, LLC. - sub - $402,000.00
    Description of work: landscaping
  2. Olson Concrete - sub - $236,000.00
    Description of work: concrete flatwork and barriers
  3. Northeast Electric - sub - $143,169.00
    Description of work: electric lighting
  4. O'Bunco Engineering - sub - $29,900.00
    Description of work: surveying
  5. Schneider and Sons - sub - $205,000.00
    Description of work: traffic control
  6. Clark Moore Trucking - sub - $50,000.00
    Description of work: trucking and hauling

DBE goal: $1,057,123.54‬
DBE total: $1,066,069.00

Second bidder: Cascade Bridge, LLC
Bid amount: $5,635,231.85

Subcontractor named

  1. Northeast Electric, LLC
    Description of work: electrical
  2. Willamette Valley Steel, Inc.
    Description of work: rebar installation

Disadvantaged business enterprise (DBE) 

  1. McDonald Excavating, Inc. - sub - $1,200,000.00
    Description of work: street construction, grading, pipe, sew wall

DBE goal: $1,127,046.37
DBE total: $1,200,000.00

Third bidder: Tapani, Inc.
Bid amount: $5,870,870.00

Subcontractor named

  1. Tapani, Inc.
    Description of work: structural steel installation
  2. Tapani, Inc.
    Description of work: rebar installation
  3. Columbia Allied Services
    Description of work: heating, ventilation and air conditioning
  4. Columbia Allied Services
    Description of work: plumbing
  5. Northeast Electric LLC
    Description of work: electrical

Disadvantaged business enterprise (DBE) 

  1. McDonald Excavating, Inc. - sub - $793,291.50
    Description of work: retaining walls
  2. Bella Terra, LLC. - sub - $251,765.24
    Description of work: landscaping, planting irrigation
  3. M2 Industrial, Inc. - sub - $262,136.00
    Description of work: fencing

DBE goal: $1,174,174‬.00
DBE total: $1,307,192.74

1/10/2024 bid opening - Olympia, WA

Item no. 1: SR 202, Sammamish Creek Fish Passage

Contract number: XE3422
Engineer's estimate: $3,656,341.00
Number of addenda: 5
Number of bidders: 12/9
Award status: awarded 1/23/2024

Preliminary bid total results

Apparent low: Scarsella Bros. Inc. - $4,236,128.00
Apparent second: OMA Construction, Inc. - $4,335,781.00
Apparent third: Rodarte Construction, Inc. - $4,370,875.50

Verified bid total results

Low bidder: Scarsella Bros. Inc.
Bid amount: $4,236,128.00

Subcontractor named

  1. G & G Inc
    Description of work: electrical
  2. SB Structures, LLC. 
    Description of work: reinforcing steel
  3. SB Structures, LLC.
    Description of work: structural steel 

Small business enterprise (SBE)

  1. P and G Landscaping - sub - $250,000.00
    Description of work: landscape services

SBE goal: $211,806.40
SBE total: $250,000.00

Veteran-owned business (VOB)

  1. JMR Trucking Inc. - sub - $85,500.00
    Description of work: 

VOB goal: $84,722.56
VOB total: $85,5000.00

Second bidder: OMA Construction, Inc. 
Bid amount: $4,335,781.00

Subcontractor named

  1. Self Perform
    Description of work: structural steel installation
  2. Self Perform
    Description of work: rebar installation
  3. G&G Electric
    Description of work: electrical 

Small business enterprise (SBE)

  1. G&G Electrical - sub - $40,000.00
    Description of work: traffic, signal & lighting system
  2. Bag Lady - sub - $21,517.00
    Description of work: silt fence, staking
  3. M2 - sub - $4,000.00
    Description of work: guardrail, attenuator, barrier
  4. Burly Products - sub - $60,395.34
    Description of work: pipe rail & cable fence
  5. JMR Trucking - sub - $91,000.00

SBE goal: $216,789.05
SBE total: $216,912.34

Veteran-owned business (VOB)

  1. M2 Industrial - sub - $83,000.00
    Description of work: guardrail, attenuator, barrier
  2. Northwest Linings - manufacturer/supplier - $4,000.00

VOB goal: $86,715.62
VOB total: $87,000.00

Third bidder: Rodarte Construction, Inc. 
Bid amount: $4,370,875.50

Subcontractor named

  1. G&G, Inc.
    Description of work: electrical
  2. Rodarte Construction, Inc.
    Description of work: rebar installation
  3. Rodarte Construction, Inc.
    Description of work: steel installation

Small business enterprise (SBE)

  1. Green City, Inc - sub - $529,493.00
    Description of work: landscape services

SBE goal: $218,543,78
SBE total: $529,493.00

Veteran-owned business (VOB)

  1. M2 Industrial - sub - $136,525.00
    Description of work: guardrail, barrier, attenuator

VOB goal: $87,417.51
VOB total: $136,525.00

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