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DNCR Capital Projects Office - Request for Qualifications Repost - Brunswick Town/Fort Anderson State Historic Site Shoreline Stabilization -Phase III - Winnabow, NC

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DNCR – Capital Projects Office

Brunswick Town/Fort Anderson State Historic Site Shoreline Stabilization - Phase III (RE-ADVERTISEMENT)

A major pre-Revolutionary port on North Carolina's Cape Fear River, Brunswick was razed by British troops in 1776 and never rebuilt. During the Civil War, Fort Anderson was constructed atop the old village site. The remains of homes, businesses, and other buildings bear witness to the story of Brunswick. Along with artifacts from the Civil War and the imposing mounds of Fort Anderson, this site offers a unique look at two fascinating periods of American history.

Erosion and wave damage caused by increased shipping traffic on the Cape Fear River is threatening the site’s natural and cultural resources. The Department desires to stabilize additional shoreline lengths to protect the site. Earlier shoreline stabilization projects used a combination of riprap protection, stone mattresses, and wave attenuation devices (Reefmaker Ecosystem). The riprap protection and stone mattresses did not hold up well and should not be considered for this project. The wave attenuation devices have had remarkable impact on stabilizing the shoreline and protecting the site.  Approximately 445 linear feet of shoreline is protected by existing wave attenuation devices. This project will utilize the design/build method of delivery as defined in NCGS 143-128.1A.

The current Project Scope is to provide shoreline protection of Fort Anderson’s earthen Battery “B”, two known colonial wharfs, and currently un-surveyed archaeology associated with colonial Brunswick Town from wave damage and erosion caused by shipping along the Cape Fear River. This project will provide an additional 600 to 700 linear feet of shoreline protection. 

The project site is at Brunswick Town/Fort Anderson State Historic Site in Winnabow, NC.

NOTE:
All Letters of Interest received in response to the previous advertisement for Design-Build services will still be considered
and remain valid for this re-advertisement. No additional response to this re-advertisement is required for any firm that
submitted a Letter of Interest in response to the previous advertisement for Design-Build services. 

Please contact Tony Romaine with DNCR if you would like to confirm that your previously submitted Letter of Interest package was received.

HUB certified vendors/contractors are encouraged to submit a bid for this project. 

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Submit THREE (3) Copies of Letter of Interest and SF-254 (Mailing Address): 

Tony Romaine, P.E., Capital Projects Office
4605 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, North Carolina 27699-4605

 

Physical Location for Fed Ex/UPS Delivery (Delivery Address):

Tony Romaine, P.E., Capital Projects Office
109 East Jones Street
Raleigh, North Carolina 27601

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In order to offer CONSTRUCTION Services (General Contracting, Electrical Contracting, Plumbing, Heating and Fire Sprinkler Contracting, or Landscape Contracting) and DESIGN Services (Architecture, Engineering, or Landscape Architecture) as part of the response to this RFQ, the proposing firms must be properly licensed to provide Construction Services and Design Services in the State of North Carolina. More information on the North Carolina state boards may be
found at the following websites:

CONSTRUCTION:

DESIGN: 

HUB certified vendors/contractors are encouraged to submit a bid for this project.