Newsletter 2017-14 April 7, 2017 REGULAR SESSION ENDS

Newsletter 2017-14 April 7, 2017 REGULAR SESSION ENDS

Newsletter 2017-14 April 7, 2017 REGULAR SESSION ENDS TOMORROW AT MIDNIGHT The 2017 Regular Session of the West Virginia Legislature adjourns Saturd...

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Newsletter 2017-14

April 7, 2017

REGULAR SESSION ENDS TOMORROW AT MIDNIGHT The 2017 Regular Session of the West Virginia Legislature adjourns Saturday at midnight. All bills not related to the budget must be completed by this point if they are able to pass. Gov. Jim Justice has signed a proclamation to extend the session by one day for the purpose of passing a budget for Fiscal Year 2018. The House and Senate remain far apart on their budget and tax legislation and the Governor has stated he does not support either version. The House has killed the Governor’s highway funding bill (S.B. 477) and his proposal to continue tolls on the West Virginia Turnpike (S.B. 482). The bills were taken off the House Finance Committee’s agenda Tuesday evening. Given the lateness of the session, this effectively kills the bills for this session. Options are still being considered today to keep one of the proposals in play but time is running out. There were enough votes in the House Finance Committee to pass both S.B. 477 and S.B. 482 prior to them being removed from the agenda. House leadership early in the session stated that they did not want to vote on any tax increase and would be content to let voters decide to raise their taxes for highway construction and maintenance. The House inserted today in S.J.R. 6, the $1.6 billion road bond amendment, language that says the legislature could increase revenues, including DMV fees and gas taxes (S.B. 477), to pay debt service on the bonds. The CAWV contends that the House language will make it very difficult for voters to ratify a road bond amendment when they are having to vote themselves a tax increase. The association said the House action “kicks the can” down the road and delays new funding for secondary road and bridge maintenance programs. S.J.R. 6, as passed by the Senate, does not contain the DMV and gas tax language. The resolution will probably go to a House-Senate conference committee to develop a compromise. The House passed S.J.R 6 by a vote of 90-8. S.B. 477 and S.B. 482 were part of the Governor’s signature jobs initiative to create thousands of jobs and to improve West Virginia’s transportation system. If the Governor vetoes the budget bill and calls a special session of the legislature, it is hoped the highway bills will be part of the Governor’s agenda. Gov. Jim Justice is taking his message, “Tired of Being 50th,” to the public and legislators. Three 30-second ads are airing statewide to promote investment in infrastructure through the governor’s highway funding and other transportation initiatives and his “Save Our State” (SOS) plan for economic development and infrastructure development. “The Plan” ad shows the governor how he will pay for his programs and create thousands of jobs in West Virginia. “Sick of West Virginia Being 50th” features Marshall Coach Bob Pruett and WVU Coach Don Nehlen talking about the need to jumpstart West Virginia’s economy. “We Agree With the Plan,” has CAWV Executive Director Mike Clowser and Operating Engineers representative Chuck Parker stating how the CAWV and labor don’t always agree but agree that West Virginia needs jobs and economic development. To view the ads, go to the “Tired of Being 50th Action Fund” Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/FixTheStateBudget/, or visit

https://m.box.com/shared_item/https%3A%2F%2Fgeorgetownpost.box.com%2Fs%2Fk1823y2o uppe1qws4a6zh00dorvzkabh/view/154007888548 For a complete wrap-up of the 2017 legislative session, see next week’s CAWV Legislative Bulletin. REGISTER NOW FOR THE OVERVIEW TRAINING OF OSHA’S UPDATED SILICA STANDARD FOR CONSTRUCTION – MAY 5 On April 6, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced that it will delay enforcement of the respirable crystalline standard for construction for three months— until Sept. 23, 2017. In its announcement, OSHA explained that the construction silica standard has a number of unique features warranting development of additional guidance and educational materials before enforcement begins. Although OSHA enforcement of the standard is delayed, the notice does not alter the compliance date of June 23, 2017. On that date contractors must comply with the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s respirable crystalline standard for construction. To help educate members, the CAWV is offering an overview training of OSHA’s updated silica standard for construction on May 5 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at BrickStreet’s Headquarters in Charleston. Members who work in construction and would have any type of silica exposure are encouraged to attend. Cost to attend is $35 for members and $50 for future CAWV members. See a registration form attached to this week’s Newsletter. Return forms by fax to the CAWV at (304) 342-1074, or email [email protected], by Tuesday, May 2. "BLACKLISTING" RULE DIES, MARKING BIG WIN Thanks to AGC advocacy efforts on Capitol Hill, AGC and its members are enjoying a major legislative victory: the repeal of the Blacklisting regulations, which would have implemented President Obama’s “Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces” Executive Order. The president on March 27 signed a bill repealing the Blacklisting regulations. In addition, the House and Senate will soon send the president a bill repealing the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) “Volks” Rule. Issued in December 2016, the “Volks” Rule would have exposed employers to unfair liability for honest and inadvertent paperwork mistakes related to recordkeeping, while doing nothing to enhance workplace safety. The rule extended the statute of limitations on recordkeeping violations from six months to five and a half years. Under the blacklisting rule, both prime and subcontractors were required to report violations and alleged violations of 14 federal labor laws and “equivalent” state labor laws during the previous three years, and again every six months, on federal contracts over $500,000. Prime contractors were also responsible for evaluating the labor law violations of subcontractors at all tiers. A single alleged violation could have led a contracting officer to remove a contractor from an ongoing project or to deny to a contractor the right to compete for a contract. The rule also required contractors to provide certain pay information to employees and independent contractors, and it limited the use of mandatory arbitration of employment disputes. PRESIDENT NEIGHBORGALL ANNOUNCES BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING CAWV President C.R. Neighborgall has called a Board of Directors meeting for Wednesday, May 10, at 10:00 a.m. It will be held in the CAWV Conference Room at 2114 Kanawha Boulevard, East, Charleston. As in all Board meetings, members are welcome to attend. Since lunch will be served, members who can attend are asked to please contact Wendy Long at [email protected] to get a count.

CAWV MEMBER DISCOUNT PROGRAMS REMINDER The CAWV strives to offer programs and opportunities to ensure association members are at the top of their game. The CAWV members have access to a variety of money saving programs. The Contractors Association of West Virginia (CAWV) has partnered with several companies to provide you with money-saving benefits. Below is a full list of all current programs offered through AGC of America and CAWV for members, including the new programs added over the last 18 months. BrickStreet Safety Program Available to contractor members only - BrickStreet’s Association Safety Program offers a discount on workers’ compensation premiums to members with a three-year loss ratio of 65% or less. To participate, members should contact their insurance agent. Vehicles & Fleet Management Enterprise Fleet Management, FCA US LLC (Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep, Ram), Ford Fleet, General Motors (Chevrolet, Buick, GMC) Fuel, Materials & Equipment BP Fuel Program, Pilot Logistics, BuilderPro Fleet Card (NEW) Business Solutions Citrix - ShareFile (NEW), G&K Uniforms & Facility Services (NEW), Office Depot, Staples, Verizon Industry Solutions .build Domains, BirdDogHR, ClickSafety.com, ConsensusDocs Shipping Solutions FedEx - Express®, Ground® and Freight®, UPS Freight®, YRC Freight ® and Estes Travel Avis, Budget, Hertz National Purchasing Partners (NPP) CAWV has partnered with NPP to offer members even more benefits. More information is available at www.cawv.org or by clicking here. READ AGC OF AMERICA’S 2016 ANNUAL REPORT ONLINE AGC of America’s Annual Report represents the association's top accomplishments throughout a calendar year. It also exemplifies the numerous ways in which AGC is providing leadership and vision within the industry, and serving its Chapters and members. Each year, AGC of America keeps busy looking for new and innovative ways to help members thrive. AGC's goal is always to work closely with individual firms and chapters to help push the industry forward. Members can view the 2016 annual report by clicking here. CAWV CONGRESSIONAL FLY-IN SCHEDULED FOR MAY 18 The 29th annual CAWV Congressional Fly-In will be held Thursday, May 18. President C.R. Neighborgall will lead the CAWV delegation to Washington, D. C. to meet with West Virginia’s congressional delegation on issues critical to the construction industry. “It is important that our

senators and representatives see us in their offices, meeting with them face-to-face, to discuss the issues that are important to our members,” said President Neighborgall. Members are welcome to attend the fly-in. For additional information, contact Mike Clowser at (304) 342-1166 or [email protected] SAVE THE DATE: ANNUAL CAWV SCHOLARSHIP GOLF OUTING JUNE 2 The annual CAWV Scholarship Golf Outing will be held Friday, June 2, at Berry Hills Country Club in Charleston. We are limited to 20 "Sixsomes" for both the 7:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. starting times. For morning golfers, a luncheon will be held immediately after play. For the afternoon golfers, dinner will be held immediately after play. Awards will be presented at the luncheon for the morning flight and at dinner for the afternoon flight. All proceeds from the golf outing benefit the CAWV Scholarship Foundation. More information will be available to members in future Newsletters. SAVE THE DATE: ANNUAL CAWV ANNUAL MEETING JULY 13-16 The CAWV Annual Meeting will be held July 13-16 at The Greenbrier. The meeting will feature a golf tournament, trap / fishing tournament, children's program, culinary demonstration and brunch, in addition to all the amenities offered at The Greenbrier. More information will be available to members in future Newsletters.

CAWV / BRICKSTREET SAFETY SEMINAR Overview Training of OSHA’s Updated Silica Standard for Construction

May 5, 2017 4, 2016 November 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

8:00 A.M. — 12:00 P.M. BrickStreet Insurance 400 Quarrier Street, Charleston BRICK STREET INSURANCE

(Parking available inSthe Charleston Town Center Mall) 400 QUARRIER TREET , CHARLESTON (Parking available in the Charleston Town Center Mall)

Beginning on June 23, 2017, contractors must comply with the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s respirable crystalline standard for construction. To help educate our members, the CAWV is offering an overview training of OSHA’s updated silica standard for construction on May 5 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the BrickStreet Headquarters in Charleston. Any members who work in construction and would have any type of silica exposure are encouraged to attend. *This program fulfills one of the seminar requirements that contractors participating in the CAWV/BrickStreet Safety Program must complete. This program fulfills one of the seminar requirements that contractors participating in the CAWV/BrickStreet Safety Program must complete.

For additional information, contact Pat McDonald at 304-342-1166 or [email protected]

REGISTRATION $35 - CAWV Members $50 - Future CAWV Members Name: _______________________________

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Email: ______________________________________________________________________ Company: ____________________________________________________________________ Signature: ____________________________________________

Date: ________________

Return fax to at or (304) 342-1074 by November Return forms by fax to theby CAWV at the (304)CAWV 342-1074, email [email protected], by2. Tuesday, May 2.

April 7, 2017 **Plans in CAWV Physical Plan Room (^) Paper (+) Disc or Digital # CAWV Listed as plan holder

The CAWV posts all projects announced in the Newsletter along with where the plans and specifications can be viewed. For more information, contact Cheryl Clark or Rena Moles at (304) 342-1166 or email [email protected] Bid Date 4/10 4/10

Project Name Street Paving, City of Mount Hope Consulting Services , Statewide Railroad Engineering Services IDIQ Construction MATOC (W912L8-17-R-0001) Aluminum Ribbing, Division of Highways (DOT1700000020) Kitchen Replacement, Brookhaven Elementary School, Monongalia County Granulated Lime / Northern Counties (DEP1700000019) **+City of Westover, Phase III Sidewalk

Contact or Document Location City of Mount Hope (304) 877-2211 [email protected]

Bulletin HH 4/7 HH 3/17

Richard Osborne [email protected] Dusty Smith (304) 558-9398 [email protected] Monongalia County Board of Education (304) 291-9210 Michelle Childers (304) 558-2063 [email protected] The Thrasher Group, Inc. (304) 624-4108

BB 3/31

4/11

**^Septic System Replacement, Pipestem State Park ( DNR1700000042)

4/11

D7 Headquarters Sewer Line Extension, Lewis County, (CALL 015) **Contract 1-Lewisburg City Hall-Foundation Rehabilitation Roof Replacement, Martinsburg, Berkeley County

Guy Nisbet (304) 558-2596 Chapman Technical Group [email protected] www.bidx.com

4/10 4/11 4/11 4/11 4/11

4/11 4/12 4/12 4/12 4/12 4/12 4/12 4/12 New 4/13

Chapman Technical Group, [email protected] (304) 727-5501 County Council of Berkeley County (304) 264-1923

Trench Drain / Storm Piping, T-Hangar Project, Morgantown Concrete Package, T-Hangar Project, Morgantown Sanitary Piping, T-Hangar Project, Morgantown Electrical Material/ Supply Package, THangar Project. Morgantown. Building 53, Motor Cycle Testing Area (GSD1700000021) Lead Abatement Firing Range, Kenova Readiness Center (ADJ1700000015)

Michael Baker International [email protected] Michael Baker International [email protected] Michael Baker International [email protected] Michael Baker International [email protected] Jessica S. Chambers, (304) 558-0246 [email protected] Jessica S. Chambers, (304) 558-0246 [email protected]

Roof Replacements, Ohio County Schools

Ohio County Board of Education (304) 243-0431

HH 3/31 BB 3/31 HH 3/31 HH 3/17 BIN 9 MU 3/10 BIN 25 MU 3/3 HH 3/3 BB 3/17 BIN 46 MU 4/7 HH 4/7 MU 4/7 BB 4/7 HH 3/17 BB 3/10 BB 3/31

4/13 4/13 4/13 4/13 4/13 4/13 4/14 4/14 4/17 4/17 4/17 4/18 New 4/18 4/18 4/18 4/18 4/18 4/19 4/19 4/19 4/20 4/20 4/20 4/20

Roof Replacement, Logan Mingo Mental Health Facility (BHS170000008) **^Laboratory / Office Alterations, Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine

Chris Orcutt (304) 356-4807 [email protected] Edward Tucker Architects, Inc. (304) 697-4990

BB 3/31

BB 3/17 BIN 4 **+Roof Replacement, Roger P. Glotfelty Brian Bowers, Garret Co. Purchasing BB 3/17 Building, Mt. Lake Park, Maryland (301) 334-5003 BIN 35 **+Buffalo Elementary School Renovations, Williamson Shriver Architects, Gregory BB 3/3 Putnam County Williamson, [email protected] BIN 39 Door Replacement, Pikeville High School, Mercer County Board of Education BB 3/10 Mercer County (304) 487-1551 ext. 1240 A/E, Water, Sewer, Stormwater Utility Paula Friend (304) 366-6212 ext.310 MU 3/10 Projects, City of Fairmont [email protected] BIN 42 **^ West Side Streetscape, City of White Terradon Corporation (304) 645-4636 HH 3/17 Sulphur Springs BIN 5 Pier House No. 5 Roof Removal and Allison Pack, www.fbo.gov or BB 4/7 Installation, Winfield Locks and Dam [email protected] Prefabricated Steel Building, Summersville [email protected] BB 4/7 Lake( W91237-17-T-0064) Leah Morgan, (304) 399-5548 IDIQ Construction, VAMC, Martinsburg www.fbo.gov or [email protected] BB 3/31 (VA24516R0097) Laura Tawzer (304) 263-0811 x. 3170 **^Smith Music Hall Renovations, Marshall Jill Burcham, (304) 696-2823, BB 3/31 University, (R1701742) [email protected] , ZMM Inc. BIN 15 **+Courthouse Window Replacement, Silling Associates, Inc. BB 3/17 Putnam County (304) 346-0565 BIN 53 **^+ T-Hanger Taxilanes, Mingo County Chapman Technical Group HH 3/24 Airport (304) 472-8914 BIN 33 **+ Contract #3 – High Transmission Line, The Thrasher Group, Inc. MU 3/17 Shepherdstown (304) 343-7601 BIN 16 Corrugated Metal Culvert Pipe Mark Atkins (304) 558-2307 HH 3/24 (DOT1700000073) [email protected] Partial Roof Replacement, Preston County Preston County Board of Education BB 3/31 Schools (304) 329-0580 ext.231 **^ Roofing Replacement, Kermit PK-8 and Williamson Shriver Architects, Gregory BB 3/31 Lenore PK-8 Schools Williamson, [email protected] BIN 27 A/E, Rehabilitation Wastewater Treatment Craigsville Public Service District MU 4/7 System, Craigsville Public Service District (304) 742-5280 Gauley Ranger District Office / Garage Metal Carrie Edwards (304) 536-2144 BB 3/10 Roof Installation AG3434S170009 [email protected] **+HVAC Upgrade, K-8 Building, Noble Local Pickering Associates, (304) 464-5305 BB 3/24 School District, Sarahsville, OH [email protected] BIN 30 **+ Fire Alarm Replacement, Petersburg McKinley & Associations, Inc. BB 3/31 Elementary School, Grant County (304) 233-0140 BIN 49 **^ FEMA Water System Repairs, Walton Dunn Engineers, Inc. (304) 342-3436 MU 3/17 PSD BIN 18 Roof Replacement/ Exterior Improvements, Thompson & Litton BB 4/7 Wise Town Hall, Wise, Virginia www.Trascoplanroom.Com Bridge Renovation, Contract BR-1-17, WV HNTB (304) 760-1804 HH 3/17 Turnpike, Mercer County [email protected]

4/20

**^ Contract 1-Elgood/ Whitlow Booster/ Twin Stafford Consultants, Inc. Oaks Booster, Oakvale Road PSD (304) 425-9555

4/20

**^Contract 2- Cheesy Creek Road/ New Zion Road/ Pressure Reducing Stations 1, 2, 3, Oakvale Road PSD **^Contract 3- Water Storage Tank, Oakvale Road PSD

Stafford Consultants, Inc. (304) 425-9555

4/20 New 4/20

Traffic Signal, Northstar Boulevard / Belmont Ridge Road, Loudoun County, Virginia

Mike Angel, (703) 771-5956 [email protected]

Boyd County High School Phase 3-Athletics, Kentucky

www.lynnimaging.com

4/20

Construction of Two (2) Pole Buildings, Moundsville Subcontractors: New Taco Bell, Sophia

The City of Moundsville, (304) 845-3394 Marco Contractors, Rick Hareza, (724) 741-0300 Wayne County Commission (304) 272-6350 City of Morgantown (304) 284-7412

4/20

4/20 4/21 4/24 4/24 4/25 4/25

4/25 4/25 4/25

4/25

4/26 4/26

Building Improvements, Solid Waste Authority, Wayne County Third Street Streetscape Improvements, Morgantown Roof Installation, Gauley Ranger District, Richwood (AG-3434-S-17-0009) Roof Replacement, City Hall / Water Plant, Richwood Phoenix Hollow Vertical Opening Reclamation, Harrison County (DEP1700000045) HVAC Maintenance, Lottery Building (LOT1700000007) **^ Addition to Midland Trail High School, Fayette County Concrete Replacement and Maintenance Program, Washington County Public Schools, #2017-30 Asphalt Overlay , Washington County Public School, #2017-31 New Harrison – Taylor 911 Center, Clarksburg **+ Contract 1, Wastewater Treatment Plant, Quaker City

Stafford Consultants, Inc. (304) 425-9555

MU 3/10 BIN 47 HH 3/10 HH/BB 3/31 BB 4/7 BB 4/7 BB 4/7 HH 4/7

Carrie Edwards (304) 536-2144 [email protected] City of Richwood [email protected] Bobbi Chestnut (304) 926-0499 [email protected]

BB 3/31

Michelle L. Childers, (304) 558-2063 [email protected] ZMM, Inc. Architects and Engineers, (304) 342-0159

BB 3/31

Washington County Public Schools, Scott Bachtell, (301) 766-2842, [email protected] Washington County Public Schools, Scott Bachtell, (301) 766-2842, [email protected] WYK Associates, Inc. (304) 624-6326 Cerrone Associates, Inc. (304) 232-5550 ext. 100

4/26

**+ Contract 2, Sewer System Improvements, Cerrone Associates, Inc. Quaker City (304) 252-5550 ext. 100

4/26

**+Envelope Corrections, Tyler Consolidated Middle/High School

McKinley & Associations, Inc. (304) 233-0140

4/27

**+Contract 2A-17, Pavement Rehabilitation, WV Parkways

HNTB, Inc. (304) 760-1803 [email protected]

4/27

Roofing Materials, Pipestem State Park (DNR1700000044) Upshur County Courtroom Seating

Brittany E. Ingraham (304) 558-2157 [email protected] County Commission (304) 427-0535

4/27

MU 3/10 BIN 47 MU 3/10 BIN 47

BB 4/7 HH 3/24

BB 4/7 BIN 8 HH 4/7

HH 4/7

BB 3/17 MU 3/24 BIN 22 MU 3/24 BIN 22 BB 3/31 BIN 48 HH 4/7 BIN 19 BB 4/7 BB 3/24

4/27

**^City of Benwood, Combined Sewer Burgess & Niple, Inc. System Improvements, Phase 1A ,Cont. 13-1 (304) 485-8541

4/27

City of Moundsville Landfill Pipe Replacement 2017, (DEP1700000047) Engineer, Active / Passive Treatment, Friends of Blackwater **+Winfield City Park Phase 1

Bobbi Chestnut (304) 926-0499 [email protected] David Young (304) 345-7663 [email protected] Michael Baker International, Inc., (304) 769-0821

Bridge Renovation, WV Parkways Authority, Mercer County HVAC Preventative Maintenance, Monongalia County Schools # Plaza Renovations, Monongalia County Courthouse **+ New Johnson Elementary School, Harrison County

HNTB, Inc. (304) 760-1804 [email protected] Monongalia County Board of Education BB 4/7 (304) 276-0670 Mills Group, LLC (304) 296-1010 BB 3/31

Route 654 Reconstruction, Giles County, Virginia #Farland Avenue Proposed Waterline Replacement, Harrison County A/E, Boiler Replacement, Blackwater Falls State Park **^+Security Renovations-Robert Shell Juvenile Center, Cabell County, (DJS1700000010) **Contract No. 1 Rehabilitate Main Apron, Logan County Airport Authority Engineer, Eastern WV Regional Airport, Martinsburg **+New Ravenswood Middle School, Jackson County

Thompson & Litton www.Transcoplanroom.com The Thrasher Group, Inc., 304) 624-4108 Guy Nisbet, (304) 558-2596, [email protected] Guy Nisbet, (304) 558-2596, [email protected]

5/11

**+WWTP Replacement, Town of Belle

Triad Engineering, Inc. (304) 755-0721

5/11

**+Wastewater Treatment Tanks, Town of Belle

Triad Engineering, Inc. (304) 755-0721

5/11

#Taxiway A Pavement Rehabilitation and Lighting, Tri-State Airport, Huntington #Contract #1-Waterline Extension to Etam and Macomber, Preston County #Contract #2-105,000 Gallon Etam Water Storage Tank, Preston County A/E, Hurley Phase IX Water System Project, Buchanan County, Virginia **^ Biennial Construction / Maintenance Contract, Sanitary Board, Charleston

Kimley-Horn (303) 228-2300 Tri-State Airport (304) 453-6165 The Thrasher Group, Inc., (304) 624-4108 The Thrasher Group, Inc., (304) 624-4108 Buchanan County Public Services Authority (276) 935-5827 Sanitary Board of the City of Charleston (304) 348-1084

Rehabilitation of the Upper Deckers Creek Site 1 Dam, Preston County

Monongahela Conservation District, Edward Cox at [email protected]

4/28 4/28 4/30 5/2 5/3 5/3 5/3 5/3 5/4 5/4

5/4 5/5 5/10

5/11 5/11 5/17 5/18 5/19

McKinley & Associates , (304) 233-0140

MU 3/24 BIN 13 HH 4/7 HH 3/31 HH 3/31 BIN 3 HH 3/17

BB 4/7 BIN 12 HH 4/7 MU 4/7 BB 4/7 BB 3/31 BIN 38

Chapman Technical Group (304) 472-8914 Neil Doran (304) 263-2106

HH 4/7

ZMM, Inc. Architects and Engineers, (304) 342-0159

BB 4/7 BIN 11 MU 4/7 BIN 54 MU 4/7 BIN 54 HH 4/7

2017 WVDOH LETTING SCHEDULE

HH 3/31

MU 4/7 MU 4/7 MU 4/7 MU 4/7 BIN 41 HH 4/7

April 11, 2017

August 8, 2017

April 18, 2017

September 12, 2017

May 16, 2017

October 17, 2017

June 13, 2017

November 14, 2017

July 11, 2017

December 12, 2017

BB 2017-14 April 7, 2017 NEW JOHNSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, HARRISON COUNTY Bids will be accepted until 1:30 PM on 5/3/2017 for all bid packages related to the construction of the new Johnson Elementary School, Harrison County. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 4/19/2017 at 11:00 AM at Johnson Elementary School, 531 Johnson Avenue, Bridgeport, WV 26301. This is a Multiple Prime Contractor project, with an option for a combined Single Prime Contractor. Bid packages include - Bid Item #1 – All Packages – except Bid Package #4 - Bid Item #2 – All Packages – except Bid Package #3 - Bid Item #3– Building, Kitchen Equipment, Base Gymnasium and Site Package - Bid Item #4 – Building, Kitchen Equipment, Site, and Enlarged Gymnasium Package - Bid Item #5 – Mechanical – All (Site and Building) Plumbing and HVAC and Controls Package - Bid Item #6 – Sprinkler and Fire Safety Package - Bid Item #7 – Electrical – All Building and Site Electrical Package - Alternate #1 – Enlarged Gym - Alternate #2 - Solar Wall - Alternate #3 – Solar Hot Water Heaters - Alternate #4 – Playground Equipment - Alternate #5 – Gymnasium equipment for Alternate #6 – Fieldhouse Restrooms - Alternate #7 – Trane Equipment. Plans and specifications are available from McKinley & Associates, Inc., The Maxwell Centre, Suite 100, 32 – 20th Street, Wheeling, WV 26003, (304) 233-0140 and the Construction Manager (MBP). For additional information contact Kevin Wills of MBP at [email protected] Plans and specifications are available in the CAWV Physical Planroom in Bin 12. NEW RAVENSWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, JACKSON COUNTY Bids will be accepted until 1:30 PM on 5/10/2017 for a new Ravenswood Middle School, Jackson County, West Virginia. A mandatory pre-bid conference will be held 4/24/17 at 11:00 AM at Ravenswood High School in the school auditorium, 100 Plaza Drive, Ravenswood, West Virginia 26164. Bids should be submitted to Jackson County Board of Education, Administrative Offices, Office of Dr. Keith Burdette-Assistant Superintendent, One School Street, Ripley, West Virginia 25271. Documents and specifications may be obtained from ZMM Inc., 222 Lee Street, Charleston, West Virginia 25302, (304) 342-0159, and the Construction Manager (MBP). For additional information contact Kevin Wills of MBP at [email protected] Plans and specifications are available in the CAWV Physical Planroom Bin 11. ADDITION, MIDLAND TRAIL HIGH SCHOOL, FAYETTE COUNTY Bids will be accepted until 1:30 PM on 4/25/2017 for addition to Midland Trail High School, Fayette County, West Virginia. A mandatory pre-bid conference will be held 4/13/17 at 10:00 AM at 26719 Midland Trail, Hico, WV 25854. Bids should be submitted to Fayette County Board of Education, 111 Fayette Avenue, Fayetteville, West Virginia 25840. Documents and specifications may be obtained from ZMM Inc., 222 Lee Street, Charleston, West Virginia 25302, (304) 342-0159. For additional information contact ZMM Inc. at (304) 342-0159. Plans and specifications are available in the CAWV Physical Planroom Bin 8. ROOF REPLACEMENT, CITY HALL / WATER PLANT, RICHWOOD Bids will be accepted until 4:00 PM on 4/25/2017 for replacement of the roof of City Hall and the conjoining roof at the Water Plant in Richwood. A pre-bid meeting will be held at 1:00 PNM on

4/18/2017. For additional information contact City of Richwood, Jack Massey, 6 White Avenue, Richwood, WV 26261 or email [email protected] ROOFING MATERIALS, PIPESTEM STATE PARK COTTAGES (DNR1700000044) Bids will be accepted until 1:30 PM on 4/27/2017 for an open end contract for roofing materials to repair the roofs on three cottages at Pipestem State Park. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held at 1:00 PM on 4/12/2017 at Pipestem Resort State Park, 3405 Pipestem Drive, Cottage #20, Pipestem, WV 25979. Bids should be submitted to Purchasing Division, 2019 Washington Street, East, Charleston, WV 25305 through www.wvOasis.gov and solicitation number DNR17000000044). For additional information contact Brittany E. Ingraham at (304) 558-4115 or email [email protected] BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS, SOLID WASTE AUTHORITY, WAYNE COUNTY Bids will be accepted until 3:00 PM on 4/21/2017 for to the Wayne County Solid Waste Authority Building located at 322 Bluefield Street, Wayne, WV 25570. These services include installation of a 6,000 sq. ft. suspended ceiling to accommodate and maintain existing lighting fixtures, installation of R-38 insulation above new ceiling; and, installation of 4" vinyl backed fiberglass insulation on exterior walls. Bids should be submitted to Wayne County Commission, Wayne County Courthouse, Room 104, 700 Hendricks Street, Wayne, WV 25570. To schedule an appointment to view the Wayne County Solid Waste Building or to discuss any information related to this request for bid proposals, please contact Jim Boggs, Wayne County Administrator at 304-272-6350. PRE-FABRICATED PORTABLE STEEL BUILDING, SUMMERSVILLE (W91237-17-T-0064) Bids will be accepted until 11:00 AM on 4/17/2017 for a portable steel building at Battle Run Campground, 2981 Summersville Lake Road, Summersville, WV 25701. Bids should be submitted to CELRH-CT, 502 8th Street, Huntington, West Virginia 25701. Contract Documents are available at www.fbo.gov with solicitation number W91237-17-T-0064. For additional information contact Leah Morgan at (304) 399-5548 or email [email protected] CONSTRUCTION, POLE BUILDINGS, MOUNDSVILLE Bids will be accepted until 10:30 AM on 4/20/2017 for the construction of two pole buildings for the Sanitation Department, 803 Brown Street, Moundsville, West Virginia. Bids should be submitted to Office of the City Clerk, 800 Sixth Street, Moundsville, West Virginia. Documents and specifications may be obtained from Office of the City Clerk, 800 Sixth Street, Moundsville, West Virginia. For additional information contact Sondra J. Hewitt, City Clerk at (304) 845-3394. ELECTRICAL MATERIAL / SUPPLY PACKAGE, T-HANGAR PROJECT, MORGANTOWN Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 4/12/2017 for electrical material and supply package for the T-Hangar project. Morgantown. Plans and specifications are available from Michael Baker International, Airside Business Park, 100 Airside Drive, Moon Township, PA 15108. Documents will be distributed as PDF files via email. Bidders may call or email their request to Lisa Dillow, at [email protected] or (412) 375-3109. Bids should be submitted to the City of Morgantown Finance Dept., Bid Number 2017-15, located at City Hall, 389 Spruce Street, Morgantown, WV 26505. For additional information contact John Fricovsky, at [email protected]

HVAC PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE, MONONGALIA COUNTY SCHOOLS Bids will be accepted until 10:00 AM on 5/2/2017 for HVAC preventative maintenance at Brookhaven Elementary, Cheat Lake Elementary, Clay Battelle Middle/High, Eastwood Elementary, Mason-Dixon Elementary, Morgantown High School, Mt. Middle, Mountainiew Elementary, Mon County Technical Center, Mylan Park Elementary, North Elementary, Ridgedale Elementary, Skyview Elementary, South Middle, Suncrest Middle, Suncrest Elementary, University High School and Westwood Middle School. A mandatory pre-bid conference will be held 4/25/17 at 10:00 AM at Monongalia County Schools Maintenance Department, 533 Brockway Avenue, Morgantown, WV 26501. Bids should be submitted to Monongalia County Board of Education, 13 South High Street, Morgantown, West Virginia 26501. Documents and specifications may be obtained from Monongalia County Schools Maintenance Department, 533 Brockway Avenue, Morgantown, WV 26501. For additional information contact Kermit Hess at (304) 276-0670. PIER HOUSE NO. 5 ROOF REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION, WINFIELD LOCKS AND DAM Bids will be accepted until 1:00 PM on 04/14/2016 for the roof removal and installation at Pier House No. 5 at the Winfield Locks and Dams, Red House, West Virginia. Bids should be submitted to CELRH-CT, 502 8th Street, Huntington, West Virginia 25701-2070. For additional information contact Allison Pack, [email protected] or (304) 399-5046. Documents are available for viewing at www.fbo.gov and enter solicitation number W91237-17-T-0055. SUBCONTRACTOR: NEW TACO BELL, SOPHIA Request for subcontractors will be accepted until 3:00 PM on 4/20/2017 for the construction of a new Taco Bell restaurant in Sophia, Raleigh County, West Virginia. Bids should be submitted to Marco Contractors, Inc., 100 Commonwealth Drive, Warrendale, PA 15086. Documents and specifications may be obtained from www.marcoplanroom.com. For additional information contact Rick Hareza at (724) 741-0300. A/E, BOILER REPLACEMENT, BLACKWATER FALLS STATE PARK, (DNR1700000003) Proposals will be accepted until 1:30 PM on 5/4/2017 from professional firms for design and construction administration for boiler replacement at Blackwater Falls State Park Lodge, 1584 Blackwater Lodge Road, Davis, WV. Bids should be submitted to 2019 Washington Street, East, Charleston, WV 25305 or through www.wvOasis.gov using solicitation number DNR1700000003. For additional information contact Guy Nisbet at (304) 558-2596 or email [email protected] ROOF REPLACEMENT/ EXTERIOR IMPROVEMENTS, WISE TOWN HALL, WISE, VIRGINIA Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 4/20/2017 for roof replacement, exterior soffit painting, and replacement of exterior panels and associated trim above and below windows at the Town of Wise Municipal Building. A pre-bid meeting will be held at 10:00 AM on 4/7/2017 at the Wise Municipal Building, 501 West Main Street, Wise, Virginia. Bids should be submitted to Beverly Owens, Town Manager, 501 West Main Street, Wise, Virginia. Contract documents are available online through http://www.trascoplanroom.com. For additional information contact Mark Swecker at (276) 328-2161.

BUILDING 36 – HVAC RENOVATIONS (GSD 1700000014) (3/29) Pennington Plumbing & Heating Inc. ....................................................................... $5,498,000 Dougherty Company, Inc. ...................................................................................... 6,735,000 Nitro Mechanical ..................................................................................................... 9,800,000 WVU-HSC HVAC HAZARDOUS MATERIAL REMOVAL PHASE 3, MONONGALIA COUNTY 3/28 Environmental Assurance Co., Inc. ...........................................................................$101,317 American Contracting Enterprises, Inc. ..................................................................... 155,259 Reclaim Company LLC ........................................................................................... 187,021 SHED STYLE ROOF, CEDAR LAKES, (AGR1700000013) (3/23) Mark A Mondo Building & Excavating Inc. ................................................................$104,100 CONSTRUCTION RESTROOMS, CLAUDE MOORE PARK, TRAILSIDE PARK, & WOODGROVE PARK, LOUDOUN COUNTY 4/5 Sorensen Gross Company ...................................................................................... $1,274,000 FHP Tectonics Corp. ............................................................................................... 1,286,000 *CAWV Members in Bold Type

April 7, 2017 RISK HIGHER FOR NEW EMPLOYEES As another construction season begins and many CAWV members have new employees, it is imperative to make sure they get the safety training they need to keep the worksite safe. The risk of new employee injuries is higher than their more experienced co-workers. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has reported that 40% of workers injured had been on the job less than one year. Why are new workers more likely to be hurt? Studies show that new employees often lack the information they need to protect themselves. The BLS survey offers the following data in support of that conclusion: *

Of 824 workers hurt while using scaffolds, 27% said they received no information on safety requirements for installation of the kind of scaffold on which they were injured.

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Of 868 workers who suffered head injuries, 71% said they had no instruction concerning hard hats.

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Of 554 workers hurt as they serviced equipment, 61% said they were not informed about lockout procedures.

In nearly every type of injury BLS researchers have studied, the same story is repeated over and over. Workers often do not receive the safety information they need even on jobs that involve dangerous equipment where training is clearly essential. In one BLS study of workers injured while operating power saws, nearly one of every five said no safety training on the equipment was provided. The following measures will protect new workers: * * * * * *

Be sure workers understand all necessary safety measures before you start to work. Use what is learned all the time. If a job requires personal protective equipment, wear and maintain the equipment properly. Don't take shortcuts; follow safety and health warnings on chemicals. Obtain necessary information from Material Safety Data Sheets on hazardous chemicals. Employers should make safety training an essential part of employee training. A comprehensive safety training program will assure compliance with OSHA requirements and can also result in reduced absenteeism, lower compensation cost and increased efficiency.

Contact the CAWV at (304)342-1166 for assistance with your safety program. The Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America is collaborating with ClickSafety, an OSHA-authorized provider, to deliver a wide range of construction related safety courses online for members at a 10% discount. To view the full course catalog, and for information on ordering, visit: www.cawv.org then click on the Safety link.

MU 2017-14 April 7, 2017 FARLAND AVENUE PROPOSED WATERLINE REPLACMENT, HARRISON COUNTY Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 5/03/2017 for waterline replacement, Harrison County, West Virginia. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held at 10:00 AM on 4/19/2017 at the Clarksburg Water Board, 1001 South Chestnut Street, Clarksburg, West Virginia 26301. Plans and specifications are available from the Thrasher Group, Inc., 600 White Oaks Boulevard, Bridgeport, West Virginia 26330, (304) 624-4108. Bids should be submitted to the Clarksburg Water Board, 1001South Chestnut Street, Clarksburg, West Virginia 26301. Plans and specifications are expected in the CAWV Physical Planroom. WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT REPLACEMENT, TOWN OF BELLE Bids will be accepted until 11:00 AM on 5/11/2017 for construction of a wastewater treatment plant, installation of a packaged automatic bar screen / grit unit, converting the existing aeration tank into an equalization tank, abandoning the existing clarifiers, construction of a garage / blower building, all yard piping, stairs, earthwork, upgrade to the main pump station, electrical work and all necessary appurtenances for the Town of Belle, WV. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held at 11:00 AM on 4/20/2017 at Town Hall, 1100 East DuPont Avenue, Belle, WV 25015. Plans and specifications are available from Triad Engineering, Inc., 10541 Teays Valley Road, Scott Depot, WV 25560, (304) 755-0721. Bids should be submitted to Town of Belle Sanitary Board, 1100 East DuPont Avenue, Belle, WV 25015. Plans and specifications are available in the CAWV Physical Planroom in Bin 54. WASTEWATER TREATMENT TANKS, TOWN OF BELLE Bids will be accepted until 11:00 AM on 5/11/2017 for installation of a 69’ diameter steel packaged treatment plant consisting of two aeration tanks, aerobic sludge digester, center fed clarifier and chlorine contact tank as well as one 28’ diameter secondary clarifier for the Town of Belle, WV. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held at 11:00 AM on 4/20/2017 at Town Hall, 1100 East DuPont Avenue, Belle, WV 25015. Plans and specifications are available from Triad Engineering, Inc., 10541 Teays Valley Road, Scott Depot, WV 25560, (304) 755-0721. Bids should be submitted to Town of Belle Sanitary Board, 1100 East DuPont Avenue, Belle, WV 25015. Plans and specifications are available in the CAWV Physical Planroom in Bin 54. CONTRACT #1-WATERLINE EXTENSION, ETAM AND MACOMBER, PRESTON COUNTY Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 5/11/2017 for waterline extension, Preston County, West Virginia. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held at 10:00 AM on 4/26/2017 at the Town of Rowlesburg, Preston County, West Virginia 26425. Plans and specifications are available from The Thrasher Group, Inc., 600 White Oaks Boulevard, Bridgeport, West Virginia 26330, (304) 624-4108. Bids should be submitted to the Town of Rowlesburg, 42 Poplar Street, Rowlesburg, West Virginia 26425. Plans and specifications are expected in the CAWV Physical Planroom. CONTRACT #2-105,000 GALLON ETAM WATER STORAGE TANK, PRESTON COUNTY

Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 5/11/2017 for water storage tank, Preston County, West Virginia. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held at 10:00 AM on 4/26/2017 at the Town of Rowlesburg, Preston County, West Virginia 26425. Plans and specifications are available from The Thrasher Group, Inc., 600 White Oaks Boulevard, Bridgeport, West Virginia 26330, (304) 624-4108. Bids should be submitted to the Town of Rowlesburg, 42 Poplar Street, Rowlesburg, West Virginia 26425. Plans and specifications are expected in the CAWV Physical Planroom. TRENCH DRAIN / STORM PIPING, T-HANGAR PROJECT, MORGANTOWN Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 4/12/2017 for trench drain and storm piping for the THangar project. Morgantown. Plans and specifications are available from Michael Baker International, Airside Business Park, 100 Airside Drive, Moon Township, PA 15108. Documents will be distributed as PDF files via email. Bidders may call or email their request to Lisa Dillow, at [email protected] or (412) 375-3109. Bids should be submitted to the City of Morgantown Finance Dept., Bid Number 2017-15, located at City Hall, 389 Spruce Street, Morgantown, WV 26505. For additional information contact John Fricovsky, at [email protected] SANITARY PIPING PACKAGE, T-HANGAR PROJECT, MORGANTOWN Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 4/12/2017 for sanitary piping for the T-Hangar project. Morgantown. Plans and specifications are available from Michael Baker International, Airside Business Park, 100 Airside Drive, Moon Township, PA 15108. Documents will be distributed as PDF files via email. Bidders may call or email their request to Lisa Dillow, at [email protected] or (412) 375-3109. Bids should be submitted to the City of Morgantown Finance Dept., Bid Number 2017-15, located at City Hall, 389 Spruce Street, Morgantown, WV 26505. For additional information contact John Fricovsky, at [email protected] BIENNIAL CONSTRUCTION / MAINTENANCE CONTRACT, SANITARY BOARD, CHARLESTON Proposals will be accepted until 10:00 AM on 5/18/2017 for the biennial construction and maintenance contract for the Sanitary Board of the City of Charleston. Proposals should be submitted to the Sanitary Board of the City of Charleston, 208 26th Street West, Charleston, WV 25387. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held at 10:00 AM on 4/27/2017 at the CSB Office, 208 26th Street West, Charleston, WV 25387. Plans and specifications are available from the Sanitary Board of the City of Charleston, 208 26th Street West, Charleston, WV 25387. For additional information contact Tim Haapala, P. E.at (304) 348-1084. Plans and specifications are available in the CAWV Physical Planroom in Bin 41. A/E, REHABILITATION WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM, CRAIGSVILLE PUBLIC SERVICE DISTRICT Proposals will be accepted from professional firms until 4:00 PM on 5/19/2017 for evaluation and rehabilitation for the wastewater treatment system for Craigsville Public Service District, Nicholas County. Proposals should be submitted to Gary Robinson, Craigsville Public Service District, P O Box 368, Craigsville, WV 26205. For additional information contact Gary Robinson at (304) 742-5280.

A/E, HURLEY PHASE IX WATER SYSTEM PROJECT, BUCHANAN COUNTY, VIRGINIA Proposals will be accepted from professional firms until 4:00 PM on 5/17/2017 for general services including, preliminary engineering studies, preparing and submitting funding applications to local, state and federal agencies, preparing and submitting permit applications, environmental compliance, cost assessment, budget preparation, and drafting and evaluating bids for engineering services for Hurley Phase IX water system project. Proposals should be submitted to Greg McClanahan, Executive Director Buchanan County Public Service Authority P.O. Box 30 Vansant, Virginia 24656, (276) 935-5827. CONTRACT 1, WATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENT PROJECT, UPSHUR COUNTY (3/30) Mid Atlantic Storage Systems, Inc. .......................................................................$699,206 Tank Connection ....................................................................................................... 740,127 Welding, Inc. ............................................................................................................ 892,996 SPEIDEL WATER STORAGE TANK REPLACEMENT, OHIO COUNTY (3/9) Mid Atlantic Storage Systems, Inc. ........................................................................$565,040 EMERALD HEIGHTS SEWAGE PUMP STATION, CITY OF CHARLESTON (4/6) Pipe Plus Inc. ........................................................................................................ $1,290,000 Famco Inc. ............................................................................................................ 1,339,000 Rover Construction ................................................................................................ 1,373,000 Tribute Contracting & Consultants........................................................................... 1,377,455 Orders Construction Company ............................................................................ 1,521,000 PRESTON COUNTY PUBLIC SERVICE DISTRICT NO. 2, HOWESVILLE AREA WATERLINE EXTENSION (3/30) Stonegate Construction, Inc. ................................................................................... $2,733,599 Dan’s Marine, Inc. ................................................................................................. 3,340,171 Mountaineer Infrastructure ...................................................................................... 3,547,266 Pro Contracting, Inc. .............................................................................................. 3,557,715 D & M Contracting, Inc. .......................................................................................... 3,723,000 J F Allen Company ................................................................................................ 3,790,643 Mike Enyart & Sons, Inc. ........................................................................................ 4,033,970 *CAWV Members in bold type

HH 2017-14 April 7, 2017 PRESIDENT TRUMP SPEAKS TO BUSINESS LEADERS ABOUT INFRASTRUCTURE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH With legislation overhauling taxes and health care on an uncertain path, President Donald Trump returned to the familiar. Trump brought 52 business leaders from New York City to the White House Tuesday to talk about another favorite campaign issue — infrastructure and economic growth. The U.S. economy has so far proven to be a point of pride for a presidency that has otherwise gotten off to a rocky start. Trump inherited a stable economy from former President Barack Obama, an economic recovery that's heading toward its eighth year. But Trump believes he can do more for business. Trump and several of his top aides emphasized plans to cut red tape and jumpstart infrastructure projects at Tuesday's meeting, while also previewing for the CEOs other priorities that include shortening flight times for airplanes, increasing the power grid's efficiency and targeting programs to improve job training. At one point the president had an aide come on stage to hold up a long scroll of the government's approval process for building a highway. The president then pledged to eliminate more than 90 percent of the regulations involved and "still have safety." He provided no details. The administration has committed to directing as much as $1 trillion for infrastructure over the next decade, although it has yet to release policy specifics. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao recently said she expects a plan will be unveiled later this year. But getting a measure through Congress could be difficult given the Republican majority in both chambers and their desire to reduce tax rates as much as possible. An infrastructure plan that relies on direct funding instead of solely on tax credits that could raise the budget deficit. Trump touted the plan he says is in the works, telling the room, "We're talking about a very major infrastructure bill of a trillion dollars, perhaps even more." Administration officials stressed that it can take more than 8 years between funding and the start of project construction, a timeline White House officials say is too slow given the commitment of hundreds of billions of dollars a year. Trump wanted the CEOs gathered at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building many of them involved in real estate to start building roadways, airports, railways, bridges and other infrastructure as quickly as possible. "If you have a job that you can't start within 90 days, we're not going to give you money for it," Trump said. The president followed up his remarks at the town hall by giving an afternoon speech to the Building Trades Union, pledging to "rebuild our nation." Reprinted from AP article. FEDERAL FUNDS TO REPAIR FLOOD-DAMAGED ROADS West Virginia is receiving more than $34 million in federal funds to repair roads and highways damaged by floods in 2015 and 2016. The announcement of the grant funding came from the office of Rep. Evan Jenkins, R-W.Va. The West Virginia Department of Transportation will

receive the money from the Federal Highway Administration to repair and rebuild federal-aid highways and roads on federal lands. The grants are:     

$14 million for the June 2016 flooding. $10 million for the April 2015 storms and flooding. $4.75 million for the March 2015 storms and flooding. $4 million for roads and infrastructure on federal lands in Greenbrier, Pocahontas and Randolph counties that were damaged in the June 2016 flooding. $2 million for the July 2015 storms and flooding.

REHABILITATION OF THE UPPER DECKERS CREEK SITE 1 DAM, PRESTON COUNTY Bids will be accepted until 1:00 PM on 5/19/2017 for the rehabilitation efforts to the dam include replacement of the existing riser structure, extension of the principal spillway conduit, modification of the dam embankment to serve as an auxiliary spillway with the addition of a roller compacted concrete armored stepped spillway, addition of a filtered drainage system to the downstream portion of the embankment, flattening the downstream embankment slope, and filling/abandoning the existing auxiliary spillway of Upper Deckers Creek, Preston County, West Virginia. A mandatory pre-bid conference will be held 4/14/2017 at 10:00 AM at the J.W. Ruby Research Farm, 155 WVU Reedsville Farm Drive, Reedsville, West Virginia 26547 (sign in starts at 9:30 AM and ends at 10:00 AM). Bids should be submitted to the Monongahela Conservation District, 201 Scott Avenue, Morgantown, West Virginia. Documents are available for contract number MCD 2017-04-14 UDC by emailing [email protected] For additional information contact Edward Cox at [email protected] CONTRACT NO. 1 REHABILITATE MAIN APRON, LOGAN COUNTY AIRPORT Bids will be accepted until 1:00 PM on 5/04/2017 to rehabilitate the main apron at the Logan County Airport located near Logan, West Virginia. A pre-bid conference will be held at 10:00 AM on 4/18/2017 at the Logan County Airport, 3236 Band Mill Hollow Road, Ethel, WV 25076. Plans and specifications are available from Chapman Technical Group, 43 East Main Street, Buckhannon, WV 26201, (304) 472-8914 or online at www.chaptech.com. For additional information contact Chapman Technical Group at (304) 472-8914. Plans and specifications are expected in the CAWV Physical Planroom. TAXIWAY- A, PAVEMENT REHABILITATION AND LIGHTING, TRI-STATE AIRPORT, HUNTINGTON Bids will be accepted until 1:00 PM on 5/11/2017 for Taxiway A (East) reconstruction and Taxiway B (North) widening and rehabilitation at the Tri-State Airport, Huntington, WV. Reconstruction work includes demolition, excavation, drainage installation, placement of HMA stabilized base course of CTB base course, Portland cement concrete paving, asphalt paving, pavement markings, safety area grading, taxiway edge lighting, airfield signage, fencing, seeding and erosion control. Repair work includes crack repair, surface milling, and asphalt paving. A pre-bid conference will be held at 1:00 PM on 4/27/2017 in the Tri-State Airport Conference Room, Private Aircraft Terminal, 1449 Airport Road, Huntington, West Virginia 25704. Plans and specifications are available via electronic download. Email document requests to Melody Evans [email protected] CONTRACT 2A-17, PAVEMENT REHABILITATION, WV PARKWAYS Bids will be accepted until 10:00 AM on 4/27/2017 for pavement rehabilitation in various locations on the West Virginia Turnpike in Fayette, Kanawha, Mercer and Raleigh counties. Bids

should be submitted to West Virginia Parkways Authority, P.O. Box 1469, Charleston, WV 25325 or 3310 Piedmont Road, Charleston, WV 25306. Plans and specifications are available from HNTB, 41Mission Way, Scott Depot, WV 25560, (304) 760-1803. For additional information contact [email protected] Plans and specifications are available in the CAWV Physical Planroom in Bin 19. STREET PAVING, CITY OF MOUNT HOPE Bids will be accepted until 3:30 PM on 4/10/2017 for street paving for the City of Mount Hope. Bids should be submitted to City Treasurer’s Office, P O Box 151, Mount Hope, WV 25880. For additional information call (304) 877-2211. CITY OF MOUNDSVILLE LANDFILL PIPE REPLACEMENT 2017, (DEP1700000047) Bids will be accepted until 10:30 AM on 4/27/2017 for pipe replacement project, City of Moundsville Landfill, Marshall County, West Virginia. A mandatory pre-bid conference will be held at 11:00 AM on 4/12/2017 on site. Directions to the site are available in the technical specifications section at www.wwOasis.gov using solicitation number DEP1700000045. Bids should be submitted to State of West Virginia, 2019 Washington Street, East, Charleston, WV 25305 through www.wvOasis.gov using solicitation number DEP1700000047. Documents are available at www.wvOasis.gov. For additional information contact Bobbi Chestnut at (304) 9260499 or email [email protected] CONCRETE PACKAGE, T-HANGAR PROJECT, MORGANTOWN Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 4/12/2017 for concrete for the T-Hangar project. Morgantown. Plans and specifications are available from Michael Baker International, Airside Business Park, 100 Airside Drive, Moon Township, PA 15108. Documents will be distributed as PDF files via email. Bidders may call or email their request to Lisa Dillow, at [email protected] or (412) 375-3109. Bids should be submitted to the City of Morgantown Finance Dept., Bid Number 2017-15, located at City Hall, 389 Spruce Street, Morgantown, WV 26505. For additional information contact John Fricovsky, at [email protected] THIRD STREET STREETSCAPE IMPROVEMENTS, MORGANTOWN Bids will be accepted until 2:00 PM on 4/24/2017 for Third Street Streetscape improvements for the City of Morgantown. A mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 4/13/2017 at 2:00 PM in the City Council Chambers, 389 Spruce Street, Morgantown, WV 26505. Bids should be submitted to City of Morgantown, Division of Engineering, 389 Spruce Street, Morgantown, WV 26505, (304) 284-7412. Plans and specifications are available from the Division of Engineering, 389 Spruce Street, Morgantown, WV 26505, (304) 284-7412. Plans and specifications are expected in the CAWV Physical Planroom. ROUTE 654, RECONSTRUCTION, GILES COUNTY, VIRGINIA Bids will be accepted until 1:00 PM on 5/3/2017 for reconstruction of approximately 4,900 feet of surface treatment of existing gravel road on Route 654 for the Giles County Board of Supervisors. A pre-bid meeting will be held at 2:00 PM on 4/18/2017 at Giles County Administration, 315 North Main Street, Pearisburg, VA 24134. Bids should be submitted to the Giles County Board of Supervisors, 315 North Main Street, Pearisburg, VA 24134. Contract documents are available on line from www.transcoplanroom.com. For additional information contact Thompson & Litton, 726 Auburn Avenue, Radford, Virginia.

CONCRETE REPLACEMENT AND MAINTENANCE PROGRAM, WASHINGTON COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS, #2017-30 Bids will be accepted until 11:00 AM on 4/25/2017 for concrete replacement and maintenance, Washington County Public Schools, Maryland. A pre-bid meeting will be held at 10:00 AM on 4/12/2017 at Washington County Public Schools, Center for Education Services, 10435 Downsville Pike, Hagerstown, Maryland 21740. Bids should be submitted to the Washington County Public Schools, Center for Education Services, 10435 Downsville Pike, Hagerstown, Maryland 21740. Contract documents are available on line from www.wcpspurchasing.com. For additional information contact Scott Bachtell, Supervisor of Purchasing at (301) 766-2842 or [email protected] ASPHALT OVERLAY MAINTENANCE PROGRAM, WASHINGTON COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL, #2017-31 Bids will be accepted until 11:30 AM on 4/25/2017 for asphalt overlay maintenance program, Washington County Public Schools, Maryland. A pre-bid meeting will be held at 10:00 AM on 4/12/2017 at Washington County Public Schools, Center for Education Services, 10435 Downsville Pike, Hagerstown, Maryland 21740. Bids should be submitted to the Washington County Public Schools, Center for Education Services, 10435 Downsville Pike, Hagerstown, Maryland 21740. Contract documents are available on line from www.wcpspurchasing.com. For additional information contact Scott Bachtell, Supervisor of Purchasing at (301) 766-2842 or [email protected] TECH HI-RISE DEMOLITION, WVU-IT (RFB90003715) 4/4 Dore & Associates Contracting, Inc. ......................................................................... $ 724,700 Total Wrecking & Environmental, LLC ...................................................................... 793,400 Reclaim Company, LLC ......................................................................................... 873,888 Astech Corporation Inc............................................................................................. 894,320 Advantage Blasting & Demolition, LLC ..................................................................... 899,750 Danhill Construction Company ................................................................................. 1,005,100 S & E Clearing & Hydroseeding, LLC ....................................................................... 1,138,000 Independence Excavating, Inc. ............................................................................. 2,198,000 STEEPLECHASE DRIVE - ATLANTIC BOULEVARD IMPROVEMENTS, LOUDOUN COUNTY, VIRGINIA 4/4 Arthur Construction Co., Inc. .....................................................................................$481,551 Finley Asphalt and Sealing, Inc. ................................................................................ 649,000 Jeffrey Stack Inc. ...................................................................................................... 813,820 WVU-P PARKING LOT RESURFACING 3/31 Kelly Paving, Inc. ....................................................................................................$156,193 West Virginia Paving, Inc........................................................................................ 164,720 Brown Asphalt ........................................................................................................... 174,970 Asphalt Contractor .................................................................................................... 185,929 Rick Eplion Paving .................................................................................................... 195,104 PRE-STRESSED CONCRETE BOX BEAMS/ ACCESSORIES, GRANT CO. (DOT1700000064) (3/27) CXT Inc .................................................................................................................... $81,732

Eastern Vault Company Inc. .................................................................................. 124,595 CORRUGATED GALVANIZED METAL BRIDGE DECK PANS/ PLANKS (DOT1700000066) (3/29) Big R Bridge..............................................................................................................$379,425 EWP - STREAMBANK STABILIZATION - JORDAN CREEK, SITE 2 - KANAWHA COUNTY (AG-SPEC-S-17-0030) 3/28 Eastern Arrow Corporation, Inc. ...........................................................................$281,060 STEEL REINFORCING BARS (DOT17000000068) (3/30) Cumberland Pipe & Steel Supply Company ...............................................................$47,210 Knight Fabricating ...................................................................................................... 57,925 CAMBRIA (NICHOLAS COUNTY) PORTALS (DEP1700000043) (3/29) McCourt & Son Construction Inc. ..............................................................................$54,320 Breakaway Inc. ......................................................................................................... 84,920 All Con LLC................................................................................................................ 89,800 Aspen Corporation................................................................................................... 91,595 Eastern Arrow Corporation Inc. ............................................................................. 95,186 Carpenter Reclamation Inc. ....................................................................................... 99,820 Solid Rock Excavating Inc. ........................................................................................137,380 LEFT FORK ELK CREEK AIR SHAFT RECLAMATION, MINGO COUNTY (DEP1700000044) (3/29) McCourt & Son Construction Inc. ..............................................................................$92,410 Carpenter Reclamation Inc. .......................................................................................137,650 Aspen Corporation...................................................................................................143,002 Eastern Arrow Corporation Inc. .............................................................................158,528 STREET PAVING PROJECT, HOT LAID BITUMINOUS ASPHALTIC CEMENT, MORGANTOWN (4/4) Greer Asphalt Company ........................................................................................ $910,411 Stone Paving .......................................................................................................... 1,195,904 2017 STREET PAVING SOUTH SIDE, MORGANTOWN (4/4) Anderson Excavating LLC......................................................................................$488,316 Porrotta Paving Company Inc. .................................................................................. 749,892 Mountaineer Contractors, Inc. ............................................................................... 793,760 Bear Contracting ..................................................................................................... 821,023 Stone Paving ........................................................................................................... 953,607 2017 STREET PAVING NORTH SIDE, MORGANTOWN (4/4) Anderson Excavating LLC......................................................................................$342,418 Porrotta Paving Company Inc. ................................................................................. 458,356 Mountaineer Contractors, Inc. ............................................................................... 544,168

Bear Contracting ..................................................................................................... 591,541 Dodd General Contractors ........................................................................................ 707,439 Stone Paving ........................................................................................................... 747,641 GRANULATED LIME / SOUTHERN COUNTIES (DEP1700000019) (4/4) Eagle Carbon, Inc. ....................................................................................................$62,560 PINE AND OAK BRIDGE LUMBER, DISTRICT 8, WVDOH (DOT17000000069) (4/4) Acme Wood Preserving, Inc. .....................................................................................$18,135 WOODLAND ROAD IMPROVEMENTS, LOUDOUN COUNTY, VIRGINIA (4/5) Espina Paving Inc .....................................................................................................$245,000 Finley Asphalt & Sealing ........................................................................................... 381,913 Jeffrey Stack Inc. ..................................................................................................... 382,160 Arthur Construction Company, Inc. .......................................................................... 334,951 CONTRACT GL-1-17 GAS LINE BECKLEY TRAVEL PLAZA (3/23) Petrocon Inc. .............................................................................................................$38,670 GC-2-16 REBID BECKLEY GAS CANOPY (3/23) Claude Erps Construction ........................................................................................$118,000 Danhill Construction ................................................................................................. 147,760 CONTRACT 1C-17 CULVERT RETROFIT (3/23) Teays River Construction Company......................................................................$981,302 Jim Construction ..................................................................................................... 1,120,825 CONTRACT BP-2-17 BRIDGE SPOT PAINTING (3/23) KMX Painting .......................................................................................................... $1,552,380 Elite Contractors ..................................................................................................... 1,923,187 Specialty Groups, Inc. .......................................................................................... 2,618,658 *CAWV Members in bold type