Curtin Maritime to Dredge Bodega Bay Channel

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, San Francisco District, recently awarded a $4.5 million Bodega Bay Channel maintenance contract to Curtin Maritime Corp. of Long Beach, CA.

The work includes maintenance dredging of the federal navigation channel in Bodega Bay, Sonoma County, California.

According to the Federal Business Opportunities site, the project has a base contract for the entrance channel and includes the Coast Guard Station and the Spud Point Marina channel, and two options.

The base contract project depth is ‐12‐ft (MLLW) plus 1‐ft of paid overdepth with an estimated 25,400 cubic yards of dredged material to be excavated, transported, and disposed at the government-furnished ocean site SF-8, reported the FedBizOpps.

Option 1 has a contract depth of -12-ft (MLLW) plus 1-ft of paid overdepth with an estimated 1,100 cubic yards of material to be dredged and Option 2 has a contract depth of -12-ft (MLLW) plus 1-ft of paid overdepth with an estimated 51,500 cubic yards of material to be dredged, transported, and disposed at the government-furnished deep ocean disposal site SF-DODS.

The period of performance for the base contract is 57 days. If the options are awarded, 4 days will be added for option 1 and 22 days will be added for option 2, reported the Corps.

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