U.S. seeks SCADA for 6,809-MW Grand Coulee, 428-MW Hungry Horse

The Bureau of Reclamation expects to call for bids in March for SCADA system replacement at the U.S. government’s 6,809-MW Grand Coulee and 428-MW Hungry Horse projects, both part of the Columbia Basin Project in Washington and Montana.

Grand Coulee Power Office requires a supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) replacement system for Grand Coulee Dam and generating facilities near Grand Coulee, Wash., and appurtenant dams, facilities, and switchyards; and Hungry Horse power plant near Columbia Falls, Mont. The system is to communicate with Bonneville Power Administration’s Dittmer Control Center in Vancouver, Wash.

The award will be based on the best value to the government. Evaluation criteria will include experience, past performance, personnel qualifications, and price.

Solicitation No. 06-SP-101624 is to be issued March 22 on CD-Rom in Adobe Acrobat format by BuRec’s Pacific Northwest Regional Office, 1150 N. Curtis Road, Suite 100, Boise ID 83706 USA. Contact: Becky Bailey, (1) 208-378-5107; E-mail: bbailey@pn.usbr.gov.

Registration in the Central Contractor Registration database, www.ccr.gov/vendor.cfm, is required to receive contracts and purchase orders from BuRec and most other federal agencies.

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