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South Carson Street‐Complete Street Project

INVITATION FOR SUBCONTRACTOR QUALIFICATION

Sierra Nevada Construction, Inc. (SNC) has been selected as the Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) for the South Carson Street‐Resurfacing and Complete Street Project in Carson City, Nevada. The project scope includes drainage improvements, roadway reconstruction, street lighting, traffic signals, pavement marking and signage, landscaping, and aesthetic treatments.

SNC is seeking to qualify subcontractors for the following trades: landscape and irrigation; striping and markings; signs; and electrical

You may access the prequalification package documents via the following link:  http://www.snc.biz/preconstruction

For assistance with the prequalification documents contact Darcy Carpenter at (775) 355‐0420 or at sncprecon@snc.biz

Construction schedule: Estimated project start December 2019 and completion December 2020.

This is not an invitation to bid. Any price proposal submitted by a subcontractor not qualified to submit a proposal pursuant to NRS 338.16991 will be returned to the subcontractor unopened. Completed qualification packages are due to Sierra Nevada Construction, Inc. via email (sncprecon@snc.biz) or may be hand delivered to 2055 E. Greg Street, Sparks, NV 89431 by 11:00 AM on or before August 2, 2019.

RTC Virigina Street - Bus RAPID Transit Extension Project

Sierra Nevada Construction has begun Phase 2 of the RTC Virigina Street – Bus RAPID Transit Extension Project in Downtown and Midtown Reno. The Virginia Street Bus RAPID Transit Extension Project is an $80-million investment in our community that will create connectivity between Midtown Reno and the University of Nevada, Reno, and will support economic development, enhance safety, and improve livability in the corridor. The project addresses critical transportation needs including improving transit connectivity, efficiency, and timeliness through connecting RAPID to the University of Nevada, Reno, improving safety for all modes, correcting ADA sidewalk deficiencies, improving traffic operations and beautifying the corridor. The project is funded with fuel tax, federal and private funds. Please check back for additional updates or visit http://virginiastreetproject.com for more project details.

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