RFQs / RFPs

Request for Qualifications & Request for Proposals

RFP: Minor Access Road Work and Temporary Bridge Installation

The Nooksack Indian Tribe Natural & Cultural Resources Department is hereby advertising a Request for Proposals (RFP) for minor access road clean-up work and a temporary bridge installation for the North Fork Nooksack River Farmhouse Phase 4 Restoration Project. The RFP consists of the main RFP Document along with a Scope of Work and related Exhibits and Attachments. The contract bid forms can be found in Exhibit A. Please note, there is a mandatory site visit the week of January 13th, the final date and time will be determined based on Tribe staff and interested bidders availabilities. All quotations must be received by January 24th, 2020 at 4 pm. Read the full request for proposal here.

Request for Quotations: Farmhouse Phase 4 2020 Log Contract

The Nooksack Indian Tribe Natural & Cultural Resources Department is hereby advertising a Request for Quotations (RFQ) for our 2020 Log Contract for the supply and delivery of wood material and the loading and hauling of donated wood material for the North Fork Nooksack River Farmhouse Phase 4 Restoration Project. The RFQ consists of the main RFQ Document along with a Scope of Work and related Exhibits and Attachments. The contract bid forms can be found in Exhibit A. Please see the link below for the RFQ, Scope of Work  and related Exhibits and Attachments. Please note, there is a mandatory site visit the week of January 13th, the final date and time will be determined based on Tribe staff and interested bidders availabilities. All quotations must be received by January 24th, 2020 at 4 pm. Read the full request for quotation here.

Nooksack Chinook Life Cycle Model Development

Description: The Nooksack Indian Tribe Natural Resources Department (NIT) is seeking proposals to develop a quantitative life cycle model for Nooksack Early Chinook populations that will inform recovery planning. The successful respondent will clearly articulate an approach to developing a life cycle model that: (1) incorporates salmonid habitat status and trend indicators; (2) can be used to model scenarios of broad land use, restoration, and other management strategies, as well as future climate conditions; (3) can be refined and used over time by local co-manager staff; (4) guides future Chinook population monitoring; and (5) quantifies uncertainty.

Proposals must be submitted by close of business (5 pm) on January 6, 2020, and should be uploaded to a file storage site or emailed to the address below: Treva Coe, Habitat Program Manager tcoe@nooksack-nsn.gov. (360) 592-5140 Ext. 3144. Notification of probable award, pending approval by Management, will be made by January 23, 2020. Read the full request for proposal here.