Corps seeks engineers for dam safety monitoring

The Corps of Engineers’ St. Louis District seeks proposals for engineering of dam safety performance monitoring primarily in the Corps’ Mississippi Valley Division. Proposals are due Dec. 19.

The Corps said it intends to award one indefinite delivery architect and engineering contract, with a single contract period of three years. The amount of work is not to exceed $2 million.

Emphasis will be placed on automated data acquisition systems for structural and geotechnical instrumentation, although some services on manually read instrumentation could be required. Contract work is intended primarily for projects within the Corps’ Mississippi Valley Division.

Anticipated requirements include maintenance, repair, replacement, and enhancement of monitoring systems, and design and installation of new systems. Monitoring systems include data acquisition, data transmission, data reduction and analysis, and instrumentation hardware and software systems. Other tasks could include periodic inspections and reports.

Notice of the solicitation, W912P9-08-R-0702, is on the Federal Business Opportunities Internet site, Enter the solicitation number, without hyphens, in the �Quick Search� box to find the document. Bidders must register in the Department of Defense’s Central Contractor Registration system,

Proposals are due by 3 p.m., Dec. 19, to the Corps of Engineers, St. Louis District, Attention: Angie Grimes, CEMVS-CT-X, 1222 Spruce St., St. Louis, MO 63103-2833. For information, contact Grimes at (1) 314-331-8965; E-mail:

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