The City of Bath has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) in collaboration with the Bath Charter Boat Captains Association for the construction of a new dock at Bridge Park. The purpose of this initiative is to provide a centralized location for local charter boat captains to operate their tours within the city.
Project Description: The proposed dock will serve as a vital hub for charter boat activities and is a joint effort between the City of Bath and the Bath Charter Boat Captains Association. Situated at Bridge Park in Bath, Maine, the project aims to enhance the accessibility and functionality of the waterfront area.
Scope of Work: The selected contractor will be responsible for the construction, procurement, delivery, and installation of floating docks, gangways, and hardware as specified in the attached project specifications. Additionally, the scope of work includes the installation of helical anchors and chains, with adjustments to moorings as necessary to achieve the desired system stability, as outlined by the City.
The project is set to be completed no later than May 31, 2024, ensuring that the dock is ready for use during the upcoming summer season.
Submission Requirements: Interested parties are invited to submit proposals containing the following information:
- Company Name and Contact Information
- Relevant Experience and Qualifications
- Proposed Timeframe
- Cost Estimate
All proposals must be delivered to the designated address by 5:00 PM on February 5, 2024. The City encourages potential contractors to carefully review the project specifications and dock layout documents provided as attachments to the RFP.
This initiative marks a collaborative effort to further develop Bath's waterfront infrastructure, supporting the local charter boat industry and enhancing recreational opportunities for residents and visitors alike. The City looks forward to receiving proposals from qualified contractors and progressing toward the successful completion of the Charter Boat Dock Project.
Download the full RFP Here