CAPE COD NATIONAL SEASHORE HERRING COVE BEACH FACILITY

Location: Wellfleet,MA,UNITED STATES
Zip: 02667-8142
Project Type: New Construction
ProjectUse: Government - Misc. Bldgs.
Project Budget: 1,000,000 to 10,000,000 USD
Contact Method : With Contact Details
Name : Steve Paul , PO BOX 25287 , DENVER , CO , 80225-0287 , Ph: 303 987-6744

Posted on :June 21, 2012
Last Updated :June 21, 2012
Bid Date: 20/07/2012

Description:

Government – Miscellaneous Building

Construction Services – Replace the Herring Cove Beach Facility in the Province Lands and improve the Nauset Light Beach Facility in Eastham at Cape Cod National Seashore, MA. See description field for further information. This project will replace the Herring Cove Beach Facility in the Province Lands and improve the Nauset Light Beach Facility in Eastham at Cape Cod National Seashore. The Nauset Light Beach Facility building is approximately 1800 sq. ft. and is in need of improvements including removal and replacement of a septic system because the beach in front of the structure is being washed away by the tides on the Atlantic Ocean. This project will improve pavement and outdoor amenities and replace the septic system to accept a future structure with a new energy efficient modular building in a different location that is further back from the shoreline.

Herring Cove has a two story building (approximately 4100 sq. ft.) and two small side buildings (300 sq. ft. and 500 sq. ft.) with bathrooms, dressing rooms, lifeguard station, first aid room, snack bar and boat house, as well as office and storage space for the state park. The sand in front of the structures is being washed away by the tides of Cape Cod Bay. Foundations are settling and cracking making the buildings unstable and unsafe. The project is to remove these structures and replace them, with one new energy efficient modular building, in a different location that is further back from the shoreline.

The parking lots and walkways will be redesigned to provide accessibility to the facilities and the beaches. Primary objectives of this project are to provide new modular buildings that can be relocated in the future, and constructed to a minimum LEED Silver rating w/ emphasis on sustainable energy.