Seattle Public Utilities: Water Quality Project

The City of Seattle’s Ship Canal Water Quality Project (SCWQP) is seeking a contractor to construct conveyance and pump facilities in the Ballard neighborhood. The project includes the construction of the Tunnel Effluent Pump Station (TEPS), Facility Building, and associated site improvements. Approximately 2,200 LF of conveyance piping, utilizing micro tunneling, will be installed, along with a diversion structure, maintenance shafts, and site improvements at the Ballard Conveyance Site. The project also involves the demolition and reconstruction of flow diversion structures at various project sites.

Key Information:

  • Advertisement Timing: Expected in January 2024
  • Priority Hire: Covered Project subject to the City of Seattle’s Community Workforce Agreement and Priority Hire, promoting access for women, people of color, and those in economically distressed communities.
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For more details and participation, the bid advertisement will be posted on Additional information about the Ship Canal Water Quality Project can be found on this website. The project is funded in part by the Washington State Department of Ecology and the Environmental Protection Agency through State Revolving Fund and Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act loans.

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