|Company||Contact Name||Contact Info|
|McMillen, LLC||Curtis NeibaurCurtis.neibaur@Mcmillen-llc.com
1401 Shoreline Dr.
Boise, ID 83702
|Midwest Mobile Waterjet LLC||Brian GleesonBgleeson@mmwaterjet.com||651-755-7089651-497-0417
555 Barge Channel Road
St. Paul. MN 55107
|Johnson-Wilson Constructors, Inc.||Gary Wilson, P.E.Gary@johnson-wilson.com||(406) 443-0847(406) 459-3658|
|MCM Construction, Inc.||Ron BurchRburch@mcmconstructioninc.com||(916) 334-1221(916) 334-0562
6413 32nd Street
North Highlands, CA 95660
|SSL Innovative Construction Products (MSEPlus)||Andrew ThompsonAndrewt@mseplus.com||(831) 430-9300(831) 3430-9340
4740 Scotts Valley Drive, Suite E
Scotts Valley, CA 95066
|RA Nemetz Construction||Mark LoveMark@ranemetz.com||(209) 744-1001(209) 744-1005
PO Box 5306
Galt, CA 95632
|California Drilling & Blasting Co., Inc.||Kenny LuysterKluyster@cadrillnblast.com||(209) 785-1650|
|Holdrege & Kull||Shane Cummingssdcummings@handk.net||(530) 894-2487(530) 894-2437
8 Seville Court, Ste 100
Chico, CA 95928
|CMC Rebar||Megan VillalobosMegan.email@example.com||(209) 834-9330(209) 836-1457
120 W. Larch Road
Tracy, CA 95304
|Granite Construction Co.||Colin CrawfordColin.firstname.lastname@example.org||(916) 855-4466(916) 825-4965
4001 Bradshaw Road
Sacramento, CA 95827
|HydroPressure Cleaning, Inc.||Jeff GlassJeffg@hydropressure.com||(805) 383-2868(805) 388-0423
413 Dawson Drive
Camarillo, CA 93012
|Ford Construction Company||Jim Murrayest@ford-construction.com||(209) 333-1116(209) 333-8597
639 East Lockeford St
Lodi, CA 95240
|Syblon Reid||Scott GoodallScottG@srco.com||(916) 351-0457(916) 351-1674
PO Box 100
Folsom, CA 95763
|SMB Industries dba Metal Works||Trista HamblinTrista@mtlwks.com||(530) 532-3710(530) 532-3760
550 Georgia Pacific Way
Oroville, CA 95965
|ASI Constructors, Inc.||Richard W. King, Estimating ManagerRking@asiconstructors.com||(719) 647-2821(719) 647-2890
1850 E. Platteville Blvd.
Pueblo West, CO 81007
|Barnard Construction||Kevin SchneiderKevin.email@example.com||(406) 586-1995(406) 581-7899
701 Gold Avenue
Bozeman, MT 59715
|K.W. Emerson, Inc.||Mike McPheeMike@kwemerson.com||(209) 754-3839 x. 102(209) 754-3830
P.O. Box 549
413 W. St. Charles St.
San Andreas, CA 95249
|Shimmick Construction||Jamie HelmickJhelmick@shimmick.com||(510) 777-5000(510) 777-5099
8201 Edgewater Dr., Suite 201
Oakland, CA 94621
|D.A. Lampe Construction||Darren Lampedalampeconst@comcast.net||(530) 520-0742(530) 343-7442
P.O. Box 1218
Durham, CA 95938 (Mail)
3060 Thorntree Dr. #90
Chico, CA 95973 (office)
|Hughes Brothers Inc.||Casey MattsonCasey.firstname.lastname@example.org||(800) 869-0359(402) 646-6262
210 N 13th St
P.O. Box 159
Seward, NE 68434-0159
|OneSource Distributors||George GuilloryGguillory@1sourcedist.com||(510) 441-2411 x5106(707) 290-7100
2001 Marina Blvd
San Leandro, CA 94577
|ProVen Management Inc.||Maria MaresMaria@provenmanagement.com||(415) 421-9500(415) 421-9600
2000 Fifth Street
Berkeley, CA 94710
|Sierra Mountain Construction, Inc.||Nick NjirichNick@sierramtn.net||(415) 896-2859(415) 830-7150
16355 Yosemite Road
Sonora, CA 95370
|C&K Johnson Industries, Inc.||Jesse JohnsonCkjohnsonind@gmail.com||(707) 822-7687(707) 822-5813
1061 Samoa Blvd
Arcata, CA 95521
|Garco Construction, Inc.||Tim R. LoucksTloucks@garco.com||(509) 535-4688(509) 535-1384
4114 E. Broadway Ave
Spokane Valley, WA 99202
|Cutting Technologies||Jay FaithJay@cuttingtechnologies.com||(856) 456-2255(856) 456-8070
101 Washington Ave
Gloucester City, NJ 08030
|Neil’s Controlled Blasting||Craig Lepleycallepca@aol.com||(415) 760-6779(916) 663-2507
490 Main Street
Newcastle, CA 95658
|J.E. McAmis||Scott Vandegriftsvandegrift@jemcamis.com||(530) 891-5061(530) 624-9732
621 Country Dr.
Chico, CA 95928
|Flatiron West, Inc.||Lillian SimonLiSimon@flatironcorp.com||(707) 742-6000(707) 742-6053
(707) 746-1603 (fax)
2100 Goodyear Road
Benicia, CA 94510
|American Hydro||John Bertjbert@americanhydro.net||(443) 324-5891(410) 574-8470
9209 Philadelphia Road
Baltimore, MD 21237
|HPC, Inc.||Paul Phelpspaulp@hydropressure.com
|805-760-3438413 Dawson Dr.
Camarillo, CA 93012
|Central Environmental Inc.||Tallun Andersontallun@cei-alaska.com
|907-632-0297311 N. Sitka St
|510-636-2100480 Roland Way Suite 200
Oakland, CA 94621
|Manito Construction Inc.||Ron Sanchezjeff@manitoconstruction.com
1043 Serpentine Ln
Pleasonton, CA 95945
|Nordic Industries||Ray Bertelsenestimating@nordicind.com||530-742-7124530-742-5545
1437 Furneaux Rd.
Olivehurst, CA 95961
|Penhall Company||Ron LeRossignolrlerossignol@penhall.com||916-842-95138416 Specialty Circle
Sacramento, CA 95628
*** Updated: September 25, 2014 ***
On September 15, 2014, the bid specifications and drawings for the Lost Creek Dam Improvement Project were issued to contractors that have executed a Non-disclosure Agreement with SFWPA. To receive bid documents and supporting data, a Non-disclosure Agreement must be submitted to SFWPA Power Division Manager, Kathy Zancanella (Kzancanella@southfeather.com), no later than September 24, 2014. A Mandatory Pre-bid meeting will be held at 10am on September 29, 2014 at the SFWPA Board Room located at 2310 Oro Quincy Highway, Oroville, CA 95966. Bids will be opened on October 24, 2014. No new prime contractors will be allowed to participate in the bid process after the September 29, 2014 pre-bid meeting. Subcontractors who want to review bid documents must either execute a non-disclosure agreement with SFWPA prior to the pre-bid meeting or be added to a prime contractor’s subcontractor list.
The Lost Creek Dam Improvement Project will be released to bid when the final engineering approvals are received from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and the California Division of Safety of Dams. This is expected to occur in August-September 2014.
Parties interested in receiving notifications relating to the procurement process for the subject project should contact the Project Engineer at AECOM Technical Services, Inc., via regular U.S. mail or email at the addresses provide below in order to be added to the list.
|Thomas R. Barnard, PE
AECOM Technical Services, Inc.
2020 L Street, Suite 300
Sacramento, CA 95811
Please provide contact information for the person to be notified regarding the status of the construction services procurement process for the subject project as follows:
|Primary Contact: Name, Voice and Fax Telephone Numbers [please provide only one contact person]|
Interested parties will be required to execute a Non-disclosure Agreement with South Feather Water and Power Agency prior to receiving any bid documents that are considered Critical Energy Infrastructure Information.
This notice contains South Feather Water and Power’s proposed resolution for the May 27, 2014 board meeting. This resolution will establish the 2014 Appropriation Limit.
Thank you for visiting our website regarding your water quality concerns. In addition to making sure the water at our customers’ taps is safe to drink, South Feather Water and Power Agency also strives to meet customer expectations for water characteristics such as taste, odor and appearance. These types of aesthetic concerns in drinking water are not considered public health threats, and the source water and distribution system is frequently monitored to assure water quality standards are met. The water quality concerns of our customers is given immediate attention and considered as one of our highest priorities.
We are currently experiencing a taste and odor problem that is the result of an unusually high concentration of organic matter in our source-water reservoir. We are presently importing fresh water into the reservoir to reduce the concentration of the problematic organic matter. Also, the water distribution system is being flushed extensively to provide improved water quality to our customers’ residences.
Thank you for your time, attention and patience regarding this important subject.
For more information, please read: https://southfeather.com/2014/04/unusual-taste-and-odor-in-sfwpa-water-not-a-health-or-safety-concern/
Gov. Jerry Brown has declared a drought emergency for California and has called for a 20% reduction in personal water use statewide.
South Feather Water and Power Agency’s total consumptive demand in 2013 was only 33% of the anticipated yield for the 2013-14 drought-declared water year. Therefore, SFWPA is not anticipating having to impose drought contingencies, restrictions or rationing requirements on its customers. The Agency’s water storage and supply sources will continue to more than adequately meet the current and foreseeable future demand.
Storage information (in acre-feet) for SFWPA’s storage facilities is posted at http://cdec.water.ca.gov. The Station ID for Little Grass Valley Reservoir is “LGV”, and the ID for Sly Creek Reservoir is “SLC.” Agency personnel send its storage report every Monday, and the data is usually posted to this website by DWR about one to two weeks after it is sent.
Notwithstanding South Feather’s ample storage and supply, water conserved by Agency customers becomes available for environmental and consumptive uses in areas of the state south of SFWPA’s service area. Therefore, South Feather Water and Power Agency strongly supports the drought declaration and the statewide voluntary reduction in water use.
In the recent past, SFWPA has expended significant financial and personnel resources to implement many water conservation measures including updating, repairing and replacing water conveyance facilities, modernizing water treatment plants, and water measurement improvements. You can also play a role in conserving water and save yourself money in the process by becoming conscious of the amounts of water your household is using, and by looking for ways to use less whenever you can. It is not hard to conserve water. Here are a few tips:
- Automatic dishwashers use 15 gallons for every cycle, regardless of how many dishes are loaded. So get a run for your money and load it to capacity.
- Turn off the tap when brushing your teeth.
- Check every faucet in your home for leaks. Just a slow drip can waste 15 to 20 gallons each day. Fix it and you can save almost 6,000 gallons per year.
- Check your toilets for leaks by putting a few drops of food coloring in the tank. Watch for a few minutes to see if the color shows up in the bowl. It is not uncommon to lose up to 100 gallons per day from an invisible toilet leak. Fix it and you save more than 30,000 gallons per year.
- Use your water meter to detect hidden leaks. Simply turn off all taps and water-using appliances. Then check the meter after 15 minutes. If it moved, you have a leak and may need to call a plumber.
The Board of Directors will consider adopting the attached resolution at its meeting on January 28, 2014 to establish the appropriation limit of the Agency at $910,897 for Fiscal Year 2013.
PDF – Resolution: 20140128_Appr_Limit
South Feather Water and Power Agency now offers a web payments system. Click “Bill Pay” in the top right hand corner of the website to be taken to the new web portal. This web payment system allows for payments by credit or debit card, check, Venmo and PayPal 24 hours a day. Customers may also access bill, payment, and usage history for each account. Try the new web payment system now.