Cherokee General Corporation worked with the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) on a project to repair a pavement leak at the BPA Warehouse building.
Cherokee General Corporation, a Minority-Owned, Small Disadvantaged Business, has been collaborating with the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) on a project involving the inspection of all light fixture lenses within the Dittmer Building. The focus of this endeavor is to identify any defective latching mechanisms associated with these fixtures. By addressing these issues, the project aims to enhance safety and functionality in the building.
Cherokee General Corporation is working with the Bonneville Power Administration on this $2.0M project to construct substation facility alterations at two BPA substations including: replacement of windows and entry storefronts, replacement of roofing over existing roof sheathing, replacement of skylights, addition of furring, insulation, and metal siding over existing siding, adjustment of equipment mounted on existing siding to face new siding, painting of doors and exposed CMU walls, and replacement of wood columns in attic.
Awarded in May 2015, Cherokee General Corporation is working with the Bonneville Power Administration on this Indefinite-Delivery, Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC), for Alteration, Repair, Demolitions including Design and New Non-Complex Construction. The area of coverage is all of Bonneville Power Service Area (ID, Western MT, OR, WA and limited areas in Northern CA, NV, UT and Western WY). These contracts are for the execution of a broad range of maintenance/repair, demolition/new construction, and minor construction (non-complex) and design. Work under the IDIQs is within the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes as follows: Subsector 236 – Construction of Buildings; Subsector 237 – Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction; Subsector 238 – Specialty Trade Contractors; and as required Architectural Services (NAICS code 541310); Landscape Architectural Services (NAICS code 541320); and Engineering Services (NAICS code 541330)
Cherokee is accomplishing a wide variety of construction tasks, including design/build (ranging from 35% up to 100% level of effort), renovation, additions/upgrades, along with specific work in Heating/Ventilation/Air Conditioning (HVAC), low voltage electrical, mechanical and other major trades. Individual task orders may range between (estimated) $2,000 – $2 million. Each IDIQ contract awarded contains a basic 12-month period and five, two year option periods (exercised at the discretion of BPA). The total program amount (including options) shall not exceed $110 million aggregate.
Cherokee General Corporation will be working with the Bonneville Power Administration to replace HVAC Systems at several Control Houses near Sliver Lake, OR that are at the end of their useful lives.
Cherokee General Corporation will be working with the Bonneville Power Administration over the next four months to provide Roof Replacement Services at 4 locations in Oregon: Big Eddy Celilo Substation, Redmond Substation, Salem Substation, Su
Cherokee General Corporation will be working with The Bonneville Power Administration to perform a variety of roofing projects at multiple locations in Oregon State.
At the Big Eddy Substation in The Dalles, OR and at the Redmond District Office in Redmond, OR, Cherokee will be providing roof replacement services for the complete replacement of the existing composition shingle roof with a new high wind installation of 3-tab architectural shingle roof assembly on the Maintenance Headquarters.
At the Salem Substation Control House in Salem, OR, Cherokee be providing services for the Demolition of the existing EPDM roof and complete replacement with a different new roof system and new parapet accessories on the Control House.
At the Summer Lake Substation in Silver Lake, OR, Cherokee will be providing roof replacement services for the complete replacement of the two existing composition shingle roofs with a gun metal gray 24-gage double locked standing seam roof system for the Summer Lake Substation Control House and Engine Generator Buildings.