Oregon Bids

Lewis & Clark Stewart & Odell Residence Halls Renovations


Sep 26, 2022, 2:00 PM

Estimated Value


Lewis & Clark Stewart & Odell Residence Halls Renovations

We are pleased to offer you an opportunity to provide a BID for Lewis & Clark Stewart & Odell Residence Hall Renovation Project in Portland, Oregon. Walsh Construction is the Design-Builder for the project.

Scopes Included: ALL (Excluding MEP & Demo)

  1. Project Description – Lewis & Clark Stewart & Odell Residence Halls are located at 615 SW Palatine Hill Rd, Portland, OR 97219. Project consists of the renovation of 2x existing residence halls on Lewis & Clark’s main campus.  Stewart (28,000 sf) and Odell (21,000 sf).  Scope includes, but not limited to, new mechanical and plumbing throughout, re-clad of all non-brick locations, new windows, full renovation of all existing kitchens, lounges & bathrooms, ADA and seismic improvements, and whole building finish upgrades (flooring, paint, etc.).
  2. All Bid Info and Construction Drawing/Specs Included (Link Below)
  3. Construction schedule – Mid-December 2022 until end of Aug 2022 (See schedule with Bid Docs)
  4. Wage Requirements – No wage rate requirements.  Prevailing wages DO NOT apply.
  5. Cost Breakouts – Please provide cost breakout in your BIDS.  More breakout the better but at the very least, please break out your costs between these ‘silos’:
    1. Stewart & Odell
    2. Odell 1st floor wing (As shown on A6.02)

ALL BIDS DUE 9/26/22 at 2pm

Send all BID proposals to or by fax to 866-446-0681.

Please also CC Kim or Aaron (contact info below).

Addendum A dated 9/20/22 has been released and included in the below Sharefile Link (Bid Documents) below.

Walsh Construction Sharefile Link (BID Documents):

Please reach out to Kim Smith, Project Manager at or Aaron Elliott, Senior Project Manager at for any questions.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing your proposal!

Meridian Gardens-Radon, Fire Sprinkler, Plumbing, Mechanical, Electrical, Low Voltage & Security Only


Jun 16, 2022, 2:00 PM

Estimated Value

Meridian Gardens-Radon, Fire Sprinkler, Plumbing, Mechanical, Electrical, Low Voltage & Security Only

Bids Due: June 16, 2022 at 2:ooPM

Project Information

Name: Meridian Gardens

Owner: Central City Concern

Architect: Ankrom Mosian Architects

MEP Basis of Design: Colbreit Engineering

Address: 11250 SE Division St, Portland, OR  97266

Project Description:  The proposed project is new construction of a four story, slab on grade, wood structure.  The project includes 65 SRO units and 20 studio units, all of which are affordable housing. Community spaces are located on the first, second, and third floors.  Site work includes extending utilities from Division Street, onsite drywells, a new parking lot, and outdoor gathering spaces.  The overall project square footage is about 40,000sf.

Scopes Include Design Build for Radon, Fire Sprinkler, Plumbing, Mechanical, Electrical, Low Voltage, and Security.


Subcontractor questions due 6/9/22 to Meghan Herteg, Project Manager at

Bids due 2:00pm on 6/16/22 @ 2:00PM

Award by end of June

Final designs are due in late August for Permit submission

Construction Start February of 2023

Link to drawings:

NOTE:  Plumbing Bidders – Ecotope HPWH Basis of Design information included in above link

NOTE:  The Architect has released the 100% DD set dated 6/10/22 – included in above link

ATTN: Plumbing Bidders: Please use supplementary Ecotope Basis of Design for the Heat Pump Hot Water system only rather than the Colbreit Basis of Design for this specific system.  Please be sure to include pricing for both options as well as the VE Alternate for the Electric Boiler System included in the Plumbing Bid Book.  Also please separate out cost for design of the HPHW system from the construction portion.

Project Requirements

30% MWESB Business Participation Goal

Earth Advantage Certification

Workforce Training required for scopes over $300k

Davis Bacon Prevailing Wage

Please submit your bids with clarifications and exclusions clearly identified.  Please include requested alternates and Value Engineering (VE) proposals as appropriate.

Submit all Bids to or by fax to 866-446-0681

Marylhurst Commons


Jun 22, 2022, 2:00PM

Estimated Value

Marylhurst Commons

Marylhurst Commons Affordable Housing – Permit Set

3190 Furman Drive, Marylhurst, OR 97036 (Prior Marylhurst University Campus)

Walsh Construction Co./OR has extended the bid date and time.

**NEW BID DATE:  Wednesday, June 22, 2022 @ 2:00PM**

Walsh Construction Co/OR is seeking bids from subcontractors and suppliers for the project noted above.  This is a bid.

The Marylhurst Commons Owner is Mercy Housing Northwest.  The design team Includes:

  • Carlton Hart (Architect)
  • M. Rippey (Structural)
  • Harper Houf Peterson Righellis (Civil)

The proposed project includes an existing structure to be demolished and replaced with a four-story new construction of 100 units affordable housing consisting of 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom apartments.  A community space and offices will be located on the 1st floor.  The site work includes extensions of utilities, new stormwater management, resurfacing of existing parking areas, and a central courtyard with play area and community garden. The overall project square footage is approximately 102,240 SF

Scopes Included:  All scopes EXCEPT Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Fire Protection & Abatement

Construction Start:  Permit Issued / Construction begins – 8/12/22    Estimated Completion:  12/15/23

Link to Plans, Specifications and Bidding Documents:  

Sharefile FTP Link to Bid:


WCC Addendum No. 1 dated 6/6/22 for Earthwork & Demolition Subcontractors – included in above link

Addendum No.1 dated 5/24/22 – included in above link

Addendum No. 2 dated 6/22/22 – included in above link

Plans are also available at the following:
Walsh Construction Co. –
Contractor Plan Center –

iSqFt –
Builders Exchange of Washington –

Project Requirements:
30% MWESB Business Participation Goal

This project is seeking Phius 2021 CORE Certification – (Passive House)

This project is seeking Earth Advantage Gold Status

Workforce training is not a requirement of this project, however, utilizing training agencies and hiring within Clackamas County is highly encouraged.

This project does not have specific wage requirements.

This is not a prevailing wage project.

Questions – please contact Erik Wahrgren at

Please submit your bids with clarifications and exclusions clearly identified.  Please include requested alternates and Value Engineering (VE) proposals as appropriate.

Bid proposals should be sent to the following:

La Creole Townhomes


Dec 23, 2021, 2:00 PM

Estimated Value

La Creole Townhomes

BID DATE: December 23, 2021


LOCATION: 228/238/245 SW Walnut Ave, Dallas, OR 97338

JOB WALK/OUTREACH PRE-BID MEETING: December 15, 2021 at 9:00 AM

CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE: June 2022  – June 2023


La Creole is a mix of 2-story two, three and four-bedroom townhomes built in 1971, owned by West Valley Housing Authority.  The renovation includes site improvements, exterior improvements/repair, painting, interior upgrades (doors, trim, kitchens-casework/appliances), bathroom (fixtures/accessories), MEP upgrades (baseboard heating, bathroom ceiling fans, lighting, etc.), and finishes throughout. Work will take place when townhomes are unoccupied, and Walsh has possession of the units for construction.


All Trades EXCEPT: Fire Protection, Plumbing, HVAC, Electrical, and Low Voltage.

MWESB Select Bid Scopes: Demo/Abatement, Survey, Earthwork,  Site Concrete, Landscaping, Drywall, Insulation, ACT Ceilings, Painting, Specialty Supply, Window Treatment, Signage, and Final Cleaning.


Open Bid Sharefile Link:

Select Bid Sharefile Link:


CONTACT: Bennett Barnwell, Project Manager, Walsh Construction, 503-222-4375



Dekum Court Apartments


Jan 26, 2022, 2:00 pm

Estimated Value

Dekum Court Apartments

Request for Bids

Project:  Dekum Court Apartments

Location:  7003 NE 27th Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97211

On behalf of Home Forward, Walsh Construction Co./Oregon (WCC/OR) is issuing a Request for Bids for a two-phase affordable housing project in Northeast Portland, Oregon.



Please review the attached materials and the plans and specifications at the link:

Documents included at the Sharefile link:

  • Bid Set – plans dated 12/13/21
  • 100% CD Set – specifications dated 6/30/21
  • Preliminary CPM schedule dated 12/14/21
  • Workforce and Equity requirements – Home Forward – November 2020
  • Prevailing Wage rates (Davis-Bacon Building rates) – 11/26/21
  • Geotechnical Engineering Report – 12/10/20
  • Existing development information:
    • 1971 & 1976 construction documents
    • 1964 & 1985 site electrical documents
    • Phase I environmental Site Assessment – 8/14/20
    • Asbestos and Lead Paint Hazard Assessment – November 1998
    • Asbestos Survey Report – June 2009
    • Asbestos and Lead Paint Inspection – Exterior locations – 9/27/10
    • Lead-Based Paint Inspection Report – 3/3/12
    • Limited Asbestos Survey – 10/22/21
    • Alta survey dated 7/24/18


Provide bids, no later than Wednesday 1/26/22 @ 2 pm.

Please break-out your bids as follows, as it pertains to your scope of work:

BID – Phase I:

Housing & On-Site Work

Right-of-Way Work

Budget only – Phase II:

Housing & On-Site Work

Right-of-Way Work

Please include requested alternates and Value Engineering (VE) proposals as appropriate.


Project Description

Dekum Court is a new construction project funded by the Metro Regional Housing Bond and will create 6 buildings containing 187 new residential units on a 5.3-acre site in NE Portland.

The Dekum Court owner is Home Forward.   The design team includes:

  • Lever (architect)
  • Ground Workshop (landscape)
  • VALAR (structural)
  • Samata (electrical)
  • VEGA (civil)
  • Arris (mech./plumbing)


The development of Dekum Court will occur in two phases over the span of 44 months:

  1. Phase I:
    • Abate & demolish existing community building
    • Construct two (2) three-story residential buildings @ 24,465 sf each
  2. Interim (by owner)
    • Relocate residents of existing buildings to the two newly constructed buildings
  3. Phase II
    • Abate & demolish existing residential buildings
    • Construct two (2) four-story residential buildings @ 34,729 sf
    • Construct one (1) four-story residential building @ 45,000 sf
    • Construct one (1) two-story community building @ 7,104 sf


Project Schedule

Important milestones to note:  Permit Issued / Construction Begins – 3/28/2022

Find the preliminary construction schedule in the Sharefile Link.


Project Criteria

Project criteria applying to all proposals:

  • Davis Bacon Prevailing Wage.
  • Workforce Training for contracts in the amount of $100,000 or more.
  • 30% COBID (MWESB) Business participation goal.
  • 20% BIPOC and 9% female onsite workforce labor goal.
  • 10% of the construction subcontracts to Section 3 businesses goal.
  • 3% of the non-construction subcontracts to Section 3 businesses goal.
  • 30% Section 3 onsite new hire workforce goal.
  • Earth Advantage Multi-Family.
  • Cooperate with the owner to implement the Rise Up, Green Dot program, or equivalent evidence-based Bystander Intervention Workplace Training Program, maintaining a harassment-free workplace.
  • Include all equipment required for material handling and worker access.
  • No parking provided – itemize parking cost in proposals.
  • Include all required printing.
  • Evaluate inflation risk through planned project start.
  • Commercial Activity Tax (CAT).
  • Exterior mockup – assume separate onsite mockup for initial envelope testing and materials review.
  • Interior mockup – assume one interior residential unit at beginning of finish sequence will be reviewed for approval in stages through rough-in and finishes.  Corrections noted in interior mockup reviews will be incorporated in production interior work.