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PEEKABOO MINE HAZMAT COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL
Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, R-2 White River National Forest, Glenwood Springs, CO.
Federal Business Opportunities, FBO-6069, Solicitation 1282D719Q0002, 2018

This requirement will be a total small business set-aside. The Pike-San Isabel National Forest has a requirement to collect and dispose of hazardous material and contaminated soil remaining at the abandoned Peekaboo Mine. The job site is not directly accessible with a vehicle. The mine is about 8 miles up a high-clearance 4WD road off Highway 82. Containers of unknown substances and contaminated soil must be packaged and carted over a temporary bridge back to the dirt road to be hauled out to the main road. Contract performance period is July 15-July 31, 2019. The COR will accompany the contractor throughout the collection period. The project is currently unfunded and is subject to funding availability. A non-mandatory pre-bid site visit is tentatively scheduled for Oct 22. Quotes are due by 5:00 PM ET on November 2, 2018. https://www.fbo.gov/notices/d439574a12ebf548d8e59b483881afc6



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