RFP and Project Description Materials Available Here
American Rivers in collaboration with the California Department of Parks and Recreation (“CDPR”) is completing work to restore hydraulic connection to historical floodplain of the San Joaquin River at Great Valley Grasslands State Park in Merced County, California. American Rivers along with CDPR andthe Project Engineer (“FlowWest”) constitute the Project Management Team. Funding is provided from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife Proposition 1 Watershed Restoration Grant Program.
The project will notch and remove obsolete 1950s-era earthen levees to increase river-floodplain connectivity, restoring over 160 acres of historical floodplain habitat for anadromous salmon and steelhead and other native fish and wildlife. Construction will occur in a single phase (one season) consisting of levee notching and removal, minor grading, and depositing of spoils in pre-determined locations, and native vegetation reseeding. Ideally, construction will be completed prior to November 1, 2022. Collectively, this work will be referred to as the (“Project”).
Through this Request for Proposal (“RFP”), American Rivers and the Project Management Team seek proposals describing the contractor’s qualifications, approach, and cost estimate for construction services to complete implementation activities at Great Valley Grasslands State Park. The selected contractor will work closely with American Rivers, CDPR, and FlowWest. CDPR is the “Owner” of the Project and American Rivers shall serve as the Owner’s Representative.
All questions concerning this RFP shall be submitted in writing via email to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before 5 pm PT May 20, 2022.
ALL PROPOSALS MUST BE SUBMITTED BY 5 PM PT ON JUNE 2ND
- CVFPB Permit No. 19513
- Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board Certification
- RE_Complete Notification 1600