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STATE OF ALASKA
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
AND PUBLIC FACILITIES
HARBOR DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
PROJECT NO. X61744
M/V COLUMBIA REPOWER
The State of Alaska Department of Transportation and
Public Facilities, Southeast Region, Harbor Design and Con- struction Branch intends to contract the services of a Naval
Architect/Marine Engineering firm knowledgeable in Pro- pulsion Systems. The consultant will be required to conduct studies and prepare complete plans, specifications and cost estimate for main engine replacement and refurbishment or replacement of auxiliary equipment and machinery on the
M/V Columbia. This vessel is a twin screw, 418 ft., Alaska
State Ferry presently powered by Enterprise Diesels (Model
The consultant's task will be to do preliminary engineering to include but not be limited to: 1. Perform a ship check. 2. Study and recommend replacement engines make and model. 3. Examine the existing reduction gears and recommend replacements or refurbishment measures. 4. Recommend refurbishment or replacement of pertinant motors, pumps and other auxiliary equipment. 5. Inspect and recommend measures concerning the hubs, propellors, pitch control system and shafts. 6. Inspect exhaust system and uptake insulation and make recommandations concerning its adequacy and necessary repairs or replacements. 7. Prepare purchase specifications for the State of Alaska to pre-order main propulsion engines and other long lead time items. 8. Prepare detailed plans, specifications and engineers estimates to advertise for shipyard contract to do all necessary work. 9. Review shipyard bids and recommend awarding of the contract. 10. An option for construction engineering services.
The consultant will be required to have plans, specifications and engineer's estimate for a shipyard contract prepared by
March 15, 1982. The vessel will be available for construction on November 15, 1982. Construction will be complete by
April 15, 1983.
One (1) contract is proposed for negotiation. Interested con- sultants will be required to submit six (6) copies of the
Expression of Interest Questionnaire to the following ad- dress:
James L. Nelson
Marine Facilities Manager Alaska Department of Transpor- tation & Public Facilities
Southeast Region Harbor Design and Construction Pouch Z
Juneau, Alaska 99811 or delivered to Mr. Nelsons office at the Island Center
Building in Douglas, Alaska.
In order to be considered submittals must be received by 4:30 PM Pacific Standard Time, October 15, 1981, at Mr.
Submittals must include the following: 1. Expression of Interest Questionnaire 2. Federal Standard form 254 (Architect-Engineer and Re- lated Services Questionnaire) 3. Federal Standard form 255 (Architect-Engineer Related
Services for Specific Project) completed for the con- sultant and each proposed sub-consultant.
The above forms and questionnaire may be obtained from
Mr. Nelson's office at the above address or by calling (907) 364-3445.
The Department reserves the right to reject any and all submittals.
ROBERT W. WARD
Alaska Department of Transportation and
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