City Project Bids
City Project Bids & RFQs
The Public Works Department will be working on several projects that will require bids.
2023 Pipe & Actuator Valve Bid
This project is to replace the existing actuator valve in the concrete vault about 1,200 feet west of the La Center Bridge at the Lewis River. The city will order the valve, and the contractor will place the valve in the existing vault. The project also consists of coring a drain line at side of the vault to allow groundwater or rainwater from flooding the vault. A new vault lid, with a spring assist hatch, will need to be installed by the contractor.
The Engineer’s Estimate is $26,000.
Sealed proposals for furnishing all materials, labor and equipment for the following described work will be received by the City of La Center Community Development Office by September 20th 2023 at 3 PM. Bids may be emailed or delivered City Hall at 210 E. 4th Street in La Center. The bids will only be accepted 8AM and 3PM up to the day the bids. For any questions about submittal of the bids call Tony Cooper at 360 263-2889 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The proposal shall be enclosed in envelope addressed to the City of La Center at 210 East 4th Street, City Hall, La Center, WA. 98629. Electronic Bids will be accepted. No public bid opening will occur. The bids will be delivered to City Hall at 210 East 4th Street in La Center.
Bidders must be on the MRSC Small Works Roster. The contractor will need to obtain a City of La Center business license prior to bid award.
The bidder will be responsible to check this website for any addendums or any additional information for this project.
Highland Road/339th Street Chip Seal Project
Culvert Emergency Repair Project
- Addendum # 2
- Video: 5th Street Culvert South
- Video: Parking Lot Manhole North
- Emergency Culvert Repair Bidder Walkthrough Sign-In Sheet
- 5th Street Schematic Storm Basin Map
- Addendum # 1
- La Center Culvert Emergency Repair Project
This is for an emergency repair of existing damaged 24-inch diameter CMP culvert. The existing culvert is fill of rocks. The damage has resulted in collapse of fill and subgrade of 5th Street. The exact length of damage of culvert is not known, but the repair for this project will consist of replacement of the existing 24- inch diameter CMP culvert with an HDPE culvert from the outlet up to a portion of 5th Street to stabilize the road. Sawcut of existing pavement and excavation of the culvert will be necessary, coupling the existing culvert and replacing the damage culvert. Replacement of base will be necessary, and will included pavement replacement, curb and gutter, sidewalk replacement. The existing catch basin and drainage pipe that collects stormwater, will need to be replaced with a new catch basin and storm pipe.
Community Center Project
- Addendum # 2
- Addendum # 1
- Community Center Bid Contract
- Community Center Parking Lot Bid Plans
- Community Center Kitchen Remodel Plans
The first part of the project consists of a kitchen remodel.
In the kitchen, a new commercial hood for a gas grill and range will be added, with a fire suppression system, and replacing the existing appliances with commercial appliances.
The second part of the project consists of reconstruction of portions of the parking lot drive aisle that has failing subgrade and pavement. Paving of the entire drive aisle shall be completed following reconstruction of the failing areas.