You are invited to submit a bid proposal on the Bissell Point Trickling Filter Media Replacement for the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District project located at 10 E. Grand Ave., St. Louis MO 63147. Work to be done generally consists of the removal of approximately 2,700,00 CF of PBC trickling filter media and surface grating from 6 trickling filters, each 124 ft. dia. by 32 ft. media depth, and replacement with new media and grat- ing; removal of trickling filter wall liners and replacement with new liners; removal of trickling filter distributor arms and drives, and replacement with new arms and drives; repairs to FRP ductwork and replacement of supports; and concrete trickling filter repairs and recoating. Tarlton is soliciting bids for Demolition Work, Liner Material, Media Installation, Mechanical Work, Electrical Work, Rotary Distributor Arms and Drives, Media Material, and Haulers.

MSD’s virtual pre bid conference will take place via MS Teams on October 13, 2020 at 2 p.m., cst. The meeting link and call-in information is located in the Instructions to Bidders, Article 6 Pre-Bid Conference. A site visit will be held on October 14, 2020 at 2 p.m. at the Bissell Point WWTF located at 10 E Grand Ave., St. Louis MO 63147. No more than two repre- sentatives from each company will be allowed. Tarlton will hold its virtual prebid via Teams on October 16, 2020 at 10 a.m. Interested parties should contact Steve Cronin at or 314.633.3300.

Meeting link and call-in information is show below: Join Microsoft Teams Meeting +1 213-458-7822 United States, Los Angeles (Toll) Conference ID: 428 600 986# Link to Microsoft teams meeting can also be accessed thru the link to BuildingConnected shown below. 

Please note that MSD has established a subcontracting MBE (African American) goal of 17% utilization for Non-Building Construction contracts in the amount of $50,000 or more. Subcontractors should be certified by at least one or more of the following agencies or before the date of the bid opening: 1) Missouri State Office of Equal Opportunity and /or 2) City of St. Louis (only MBE and WBE Certifications). It is our desire to provide meaningful opportunities for minority-owned (MBE) and women-owned (WBE) businesses to participate in the con- struction projects we complete for our clients. Firms that do not have MBE/WBE status are strongly encouraged to include MBE/WBE firms in their contracting and purchasing plans. Additionally, we work to enhance diversity through the workforce, or “boots on the ground” which serves to increase the representation of women and minorities, and apprentices.

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Tarlton is an equal opportunity employer.


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