Corps seeks interest in turbine work at 45.2-MW Stockton

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers seeks expressions of interest in turbine repair work at its 45.2-MW Stockton hydroelectric plant in Missouri’s Sac River system. Responses are due March 31.

The Corps said it contemplates awarding a design-build contract that could be worth more than $10 million. Work would involve fast-tracked evaluation, design, and construction of efficiency upgrades and repairs to the project’s sole Kaplan turbine, commissioned in 1973.

Work could include turbine efficiency evaluation and repair/replacement evaluations; design and repair or complete turbine replacement; broken turbine blade repair/replacement; transformer, switchgear, governor, and guide bearing replacement; new turbine design and testing; and generator rewind.

The sources sought announcement may be obtained from the Federal Business Opportunities Internet site, www.fbo.gov, by entering solicitation No. W912DQ09R1014 in the “Quick Search” box.

Responses are due March 31 by e-mail to Bonnie Lowe, bonnie.b.lowe@usace.army.mil. If a solicitation is released based on the announcement, the Corps said, bidders must register in the Central Contractor Registration database at www.ccr.gov.

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