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RFP's and BID's

Request for RFP

The Quinault Indian Nation (QIN) is seeking sealed bids for their Road Maintenance contract for forest roads on the Quinault Indian Reservation. This will include providing necessary labor and equipment on an as-needed basis for grading, shaping, crowning and rolling and roadside mechanical brushing (in some areas) the mainline gravel roads, and installing ditches, culverts and relief pipes where needed. Full bid package provided upon request. Bids must be received by QIN until 2:00 PM PDT, April 28th, 2017and then publicly opened and read aloud. For more information or to request a bid package please contact Gary LaLonde at (360) 276-8215 extension 514 or email

Quinault Comprehensive Broadband Initiative
Quinault Indian Nation is issuing multiple solicitations for various services and products under a Comprehensive Broadband Initiative; the immediate deployment of community Wi-Fi, an upgrade to the microwave network, assessment of policy considerations in providing broadband and becoming a designated Eligible Telecommunications Carrier, and the rapid creation of a Fiber to the Home network on the Reservation. The Quinault Reservation is located on the beautiful Pacific Coast of Washington State.

Please download one or more RFPs to which you are interested in responding, plus Appendices:

First Phase RFP Downloads (Issued 4/19/2017)

- Telecom Study (Due 4/26)

- FTTH Engineering (Due 5/22)

- Wi-Fi Equipment (Due 4/26)

- Microwave Equipment (Due 4/26)

- Wireless Infrastructure Installation (Due 5/19)

Appendix Downloads for all RFPs Above (Required)

- Appendix A: Maps and Images of Key Project Locations (All Projects)

- Appendix B: Detailed Quinault Broadband KMZ (All Projects)

Quinault Indian Nation welcomes respondents capable of fulfilling one or more of the project areas listed above. Respondents must submit a separate proposal in accordance with each respective Request for Proposal issued.

The goal is to have the first phase completed by the end of summer; the second phase should be initiated in fall of this year for the Fiber to the Home products and installation services.

Enviromental Protection Wetland Vulnerability
The Quinault Indian Nation (QIN) is acutely aware that the effects of climate change will significantly impact reservation natural resources and those of interest within the QIN’s usual and accustomed fishing areas, which includes the entire Chehalis Basin. As part of an EPA Wetland Program Development Grant, QIN seeks a consultant to assess climate change vulnerability to wetland resources on the reservation. The assessment will be in the form of a report on the specific impacts to reservation wetlands that are expected based on available data. This report will be consistent with the Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment for the Treaty of Olympia Tribes. Click here







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