DHHL seeks bids to build wastewater project in Pulehunui
Business park, a new jail and other facilities planned
The Maui News
The state Department of Hawaiian Home Lands is seeking bids to build a wastewater system in Pulehunui, where several state agencies are planning a business park, a new jail and other facilities.
According to a news release earlier this month, the project consists of the construction of a wastewater system, including the clearing, grubbing, excavation, erosion control measures, sewer line, force main and manhole installations, pump station, submersible pumps and tank installations, on-site electrical work, backfill, compaction, asphalt concrete paving, geotechnical services, pressure/hydro-testing and CCTV inspections.
The state is working to install infrastructure at Pulehunui for future projects planned for four state agencies, including 830 acres of DHHL’s Pulehunui North and South projects; 280 acres of the state Department of Land and Natural Resources’ industrial and business park; 429 acres of fallow DLNR land; and 40 to 45 acres for the Maui Regional Public Safety Complex, overseen by the state Department of Accounting and General Services as well as Public Safety.
DHHL is leading the infrastructure planning efforts for the area.
All bidders and their subcontractors looking to build the wastewater system project are required to possess all required valid state of Hawaii licenses and specialty licenses needed to perform the work for the project. A surety bid bond is also required.
Bid documents can be viewed on the Hawaii Awards & Notices Data System at the state Procurement Office website, hands.ehawaii.gov/hands/opportunities by searching for IFB-20-HHL-022 or on DHHL’s website, under procurement and the aforementioned IFB number, dhhl.hawaii.gov/procurement.