Water Treatment facility

A new water treatment facility is coming to the Town of Lakeview.


Town of Lakeview (“Town”) Town is home to approximately 2,300 persons and is located in Lake County, Oregon. Town is managed by a town manager. The town manager oversees the public works department, fire department, police department, and city hall administration. The public works department oversees the town’s municipal utilities (water and wastewater) and transportation system (streets). The public works crew operates and maintains the public facilities that are provided by the Town.

Town’s water supply suffers from heightened levels of iron and manganese. Additionally, town has shut off its “north well” as a result of excessive levels of arsenic. Town’s recently updated water system master plan contemplates the construction of a new water treatment facility to address iron and manganese (in addition to performing ordinary municipal water treatment processes) and construction of an arsenic treatment facility at the north well, allowing that well to rejoin the system.

The purpose of this Request for Proposal (“RFP”) is to select a consultant to provide engineering services for Town concerning (a) preliminary and designed engineering, including plans and specifications, of the Project (as defined), and (b) complete construction management services for the Project. The selected firm or consultant will report directly to the Town manager and/or his or her designee.

The Town of Lakeview is accepting bids for the Water Treatment Facility RFP.

Proposals Due: Tuesday, November 30, 2021 at 4:00 PM. Submit RFP to Lakeview Town Hall at 525 North 1st Street, Lakeview, Oregon 97630, email Michele Parry, Town Manager at townmanger@townofalekview.org or by submitting the form below.

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