Weber Basin Water Conservancy District (District) is accepting Statements of
Qualifications (SOQs) from prospective contractors for the construction of the Layton
Canal Pipeline Relocation Project located mainly in Syracuse, Utah between
approximately 500 South and 1900 South. This project requires the
construction of a new pipeline within a United States Bureau of Reclamation right-of-way
created in conjunction with UDOT’s West Davis Highway project. The project includes
furnishing and installing approximately 9,145 feet of 54-inch and 1,025 feet of 48-inch
solid wall HDPE pipe and fittings, 1,530 feet of 60-inch steel casing, and other irrigation
Prequalification statements will be received at the following address:
Weber Basin Water Conservancy District
2837 E Highway 193
Layton, Utah 84040
Three (3) hard copies and one (1) electronic copy in PDF format saved to a USB drive of
the contractor's prequalification statement shall be submitted. Any prequalification
statement failing to clearly present all the requested information or failing to be in the
requested format may be considered nonresponsive and rejected.
Prequalification Packets Due to the District no later than 4:00 pm, Wednesday, October 23 Friday, November 22, 2019
The due date for pre-qualification packets has been shifted one month to account for revisions or withdrawals associated with an altered schedule. This project will now be conducted during the summer months rather than during the winter. This change reflects the inability to begin work on this project until the environmental evaluation has been completed and approved by US Bureau of Reclamation. This is expected to occur sometime in April with construction set to begin shortly thereafter.
The new SOQ Packet can be found by clicking HERE.
Weber Basin Water Conservancy District will be accepting bids from licensed contractors for surface preparation and painting of steel items at the Lost Creek Dam, Causey Dam, and Gateway Penstock. Work will include removal of existing lead-based paints, surface preparation, and painting of steel piping, pumps, valves, brackets, railings, platforms, supports, etc. This project will also include replacing existing steel hydraulic lines at the Lost Creek Dam. The hydraulic lines are about 250' long and are used to operate the dam's guard gate. Bids will be due by 2:00 PM Local Time on Tuesday, October 22, 2019 at the District's administrative offices (2837 East Highway 193, Layton, UT 84040). A public bid opening will be held at that time. Bids received after this deadline will not be considered.