U.S. Forest Service seeks repair of Richland Dam in South Dakota

The U.S. Forest Service seeks bids from small businesses to perform civil construction to repair Richland Dam in the Nebraska National Forest in South Dakota. Bids are due Sept. 19.

Richland Dam was built in 1938 in Jones County, S.D., for waterfowl habitat, wetlands, and fisheries. Its primary spillway conduit has failed and erosion is occurring along the entire dam face and the overflow spillway channel.

The Agriculture Department agency seeks bids from Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) small businesses to remove and replace outlet pipe and inlet, construct a plunge pool below a new outlet pipe discharge, place rock riprap, and construct a maintenance vehicle trail across the dam. The work, valued at between $250,000 and $650,000, is to require 120 days.

Bids are due Sept. 19. For information, contact Brenda J. Anderson, Contract Specialist, 125 N. Main, Chadron, NE 69337-2167; (1) 605-673-9323; E-mail: bjanderson@fs.fed.us.

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