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    April 12, 2017 The Skanner Page 11
Bids & Classified
Advertising deadlines 12:00 Noon Monday
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Movies cont’d
from pg 7
nam), the British explor-
er who disappeared in
the jungles of the Ama-
zon in 1925 while search-
ing for proof of an an-
cient civilization. Cast
includes Robert Pattin-
son, Sienna Miller and
Tom Holland.
Norman (R for profani-
ty) Richard Gere handles
the title role in this sus-
pense thriller as a wheel-
er-dealer whose stature
in New York’s Jewish
community rises after he
helps an ambitious pol-
itician (Lior Ashkenazi)
become prime minis-
ter of Israel. With Steve
Buscemi, Michael Sheen,
Charlotte
Gainsbourg
and Hank Azaria. (In En-
glish and Hebrew with
subtitles)
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biopic chronicling the
life and times of the post-
humously-appreciated
recluse. Wiith Jennifer
Ehle, Duncan Duff and
Keith Carradine.
The Outcasts (PG-13 for
crude humor, suggestive
content, profanity and
partying) Revenge com-
edy revolving around
a couple of high school
pariahs (Victoria Justice
and Eden Sher) who re-
cruit other ostracized
classmates to overthrow
the popular clique ruin-
ing their lives. Cast in-
cludes Peyton List, Avan
Jogia, Katie Chang and
Ted McGinley.
The Representative will conduct outreach to and en-
gagement with traditionally underserved groups, includ-
ing low-income communities, communities of color, im-
migrant communities and disabled communities. They
will design and implement inclusive public involvement
initiatives using culturally competent communications
and outreach practices. For more information or to apply,
please visit http://www.portlandoregon.gov/jobs
A Quiet Passion (PG-
13 for mature themes,
disturbing images and
suggestive
material)
Cynthia Nixon plays poet
Emily Dickinson in this
Working at the Portland Development Commission
(PDC) offers a rare opportunity: to be an integral part of
a dedicated team that guides the city in its aspirations
toward becoming one of the most globally competitive,
equitable, and healthy cities in the world.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
3286 METRO Solid Waste Compactor Replace-
ments
Metro, a metropolitan service district organized under
the laws of the State of Oregon and the Metro Charter,
located at 600 NE Grand Avenue, Portland, OR 97232-
2736, is requesting proposals for Solid Waste Compactor
Replacements. Metro is seeking proposals from quali-
fied firms to remove existing compaction systems at the
Metro South Transfer Station and Metro Central Transfer
Station. Contractor shall also design, manufacture, install
and commission 4 new compactors. Sealed proposals
are due no later than 2:00 p.m. May 25, 2017 in Metro’s
business offices at 600 NE Grand Avenue, Portland, OR
97232-2736, Attention: Julie Hoffman, Procurement An-
alyst, RFP 3286. Solicitation documents can be viewed
and downloaded from the Oregon Procurement Informa-
tion Network (ORPIN) at http://orpin.oregon.gov/open.
dll/ Metro may accept or reject any or all proposals,
in whole or in part, or waive irregularities not affecting
substantial rights if such action is deemed in the public
interest. Metro extends equal opportunity to all persons
and specifically encourages minority, women-owned and
emerging small businesses to access and participate in
this and all Metro projects, programs and services. Metro
and its contractors will not discriminate against any per-
son(s), employee or applicant for employment based on
race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age,
religion, disability, political affiliation or marital status.
Metro fully complies with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of
1964 and related statutes and regulations in all programs
and activities. For more information, or to obtain a Title VI
Complaint Form, see www.oregonmetro.gov.
JOB TITLE COMMUNITY OUTREACH &
INFORMATION REPRESENTATIVE
Liberty Bank Building - Capitol Hill Housing
WMBE SUBCONTRACTING
BIDDING MEETING
Monday, April 24, 2017, 6pm - 8pm
Centerstone
722 18th Ave., Seattle, WA 98122
Public Meeting: This is a WMBE Subcontracting Bid-
ding meeting to discuss the Bid Process for the proj-
ect. The meeting will be held at Centerstone (722 18th
Ave., Seattle, WA 98122) @ 6:00 pm. Light refresh-
ments will be served.
Project Description: The Liberty Bank Building is a
planned six story mixed use project with five stories
of residential space (115-Residential Units) above a
one-story podium. The building will provide affordable
housing (a mix of two-bedroom, one-bedroom, and
studio units), residential lobby and interior amenity
spaces, an outdoor landscaped courtyard and roof ter-
race, onsite building manager office, street level retail
space and parking.
WMBE Outreach Goals: Capitol Hill Housing and
their Community Partners have a minimum WMBE
Subcontracting goal of 21% of the $12,000,000 worth
of subcontracting work on this project.
Public Meeting Agenda Topics:
• Project Description
• Review of Bid Form
• Bid Process- Sub-
• Scopes of Work
mitting Bid
• Mentoring Support
• Bid Schedule
Services
Looking for Interested Subcontractors for the fol-
lowing Scopes of Work on this project: Final Clean,
Building Scaffolding, Concrete, Structural Steel Sup-
Studio, 1 & 2 bedroom 62 & older and/or Disabled
Multi-Family Housing/ Project-based. Greenwood Man-
or Apts. 2248 NE 4th St. Bend, OR 97701 541-389-2712
TDD
800-735-2900
www.cresapts.com/greenwood
Equal Housing Opportunity
4-12-17
Closing Date/Time Fri. 04/28/17 4:30 PM PT
Salary $5,033.00 - $6,709.00 Monthly
4-12-17
PROJECT COORDINATOR II
(Entrepreneurship and Community Economic
Development)
The Project Coordinator II of the Entrepreneurship and
Community Economic Development Team within the
Economic Development Department at PDC will use
skills in economic development, community outreach
and business support to build public and private sector
relationships that advance startup and small business
opportunities and growth. This role places you on the cut-
ting edge of developing and implementing industry best
practices that foster vibrant small business ecosystems
throughout the city, with a focus on increasing business
know-how, access to capital, new markets, and mentor-
ship for underserved entrepreneurs.
You’ll be a vital member of a team identifying and imple-
menting new programs to support business growth and
wealth creation in priority neighborhoods and among pri-
ority populations. Your work will encompass connecting
individuals to business technical assistance providers
and private and non-profit lenders as well as developing
relationships with neighborhood-based anchor institu-
tions to grow business opportunities.
The ideal candidate will possess a strong self-aware-
ness, sharply honed listening skills, an intuitive ease
with broad community engagement, cross-cultural rela-
tionships and bridge building, and a passion for helping
small businesses, startups and entrepreneurs thrive in
Portland.
Salary
$68,753 - $90,534 annually
RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITATOR
LifeWorks NW’s Project Network program is a residential
program with a focus on the African American community
for women in recovery dealing with alcohol/drug issues
who are with their small children. RESIDENTIAL CARE
FACILITATOR position supervises residents/chores, pro-
vides staffing/oversight, and reports any problems that
occur to clinical staff. $13.50-$14.50/hr. Details and to ap-
ply, go to www.lifeworksnw.org. LifeWorks NW believes
that diversity strengthens our workforce and empowers
our community. EEO/AA employer. All qualified appli-
cants will receive consideration for employment without
regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity,
national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other sta-
tus in accordance with law.
4-12-17
PROPOSALS
REQUESTED
Grant High School Modernization
2245 NE 36th Ave., Portland, OR
Bid Package: #4 - Select Early
Packages
25 % CD Documents
Proposals Due: 4/27/17 by 2 PM
Sections bidding for award include: Early Pack-
ages for All Buildings: Abatement of Structures to
Be Demolished, Mass Demolition, Selective Demo-
lition & Associated Abatement, Repair/Maintenance
of Exterior Façade, Steel Window Restoration,
Wood Window Restoration, Supply Only Aluminum
Windows, Supply Only New Wood Windows. De-
sign-Build, Furnish & Install Skylights, Roofing.
Early Packages for Area G (1923 Gym Building)
ONLY: Structural Steel Fab & Erect
Early Package for Sitework ONLY: Contractor Lay-
down Pad/Site Prep & Utilities for Temporary Trailers
Pre-Bid Walkthrough:
To Apply
You must submit a resume, cover letter and online ap-
plication to be considered for this position. Please note
– Your application must be submitted by 11:59 p.m.
on Sunday, April 23, 2017. Visit www.pdc.us for the com-
plete job announcement and a link to our online hiring
center. PDC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer.
4-12-17
SUB-BID MEETING
SUBSIDIZED UNITS
4-12-17
ply, Structural Steel Erection, Roofing, Wood Fram-
ing, Windows, Gypsum Cement Underlayment, Finish
Carpentry & Doors, Waterproofing, Insulation, Sid-
ing &Trim, WRB Installation, Fireproofing, Overhead
Doors, Glazing and Mirrors, Storefront, Gypsum Wall
Board, Painting, GWB, Flooring, Cabinets, Flagging
and Traffic Control, Appliances, Window Treatments,
Countertops, Earthwork, Utilities, Site Concrete, Pav-
ers, Site Furnishings, Bollards, Landscape and Irri-
gation Materials, Fencing, Survey, Concrete Sealer &
Polisher
Project Address: 2320 E. Union Street, Seattle, WA
98122
Project Wage Rate: State of Washington Residen-
tial Prevailing Wage Rates
Project Information Download: Go to: Builders Ex-
change at www.bxwa.com (Available 4/19/17)
Select: Posted Projects – Walsh Construction. USER
NAME: walsh PASSWORD: safety
BID PERIOD: 4/19/17 – 5/16/17
BID DATE: MAY 17, 2017 @ 10:00 AM
A pre-bid walkthrough will be held at 3:30 on
Thursday, April 13, 2017. Attendees should meet
at the front entry of the school. Attendance of the
pre-bid walkthrough is mandatory for the follow-
ing trades: Mass Demolition, Selective Demolition
& Associated Abatement, Abatement of Structures
to Be Demolished, Repair/Maintenance of Exterior
Façade, Structural Steel Fab & Erect, Steel Window
Restoration, Wood Window Restoration, Site Prep,
Roofing.
There is an 18% minimum MWESB participation
requirement, and an aspirational goal of 40%.
Bid Documents are available to review and
download on Andersen’s Egnyte file:
GHS Modernization – Work Package 4 – Select
Early Packages 04-27-17
https://andersencloud.egnyte.com/fl/fsXQDsSLLS
All proposals shall be submitted through email or
delivered in a sealed envelope with a flash drive
containing electronic documents to the attention
of Erin Storlie and Emily Hager at the following ad-
dress:
Andersen Construction
6712 N. Cutter Circle
Portland, Oregon 97217
ATTN: Erin Storlie & Emily Hager
Email: estorlie@andersen-const.com &
ehager@andersen-const.com
Interested in Bidding - Please Contact:
Sandi Tovias- Project Manager
stovias@walshconstruction.com (206) 416-8855
315 5th Ave South, Suite 600, Seattle, WA 98104
(206) 547-4008 FAX (206) 547-3804
WALSHCC990D1
6712 N. Cutter Circle
Portland, OR 97217
Phone 503-283-6712
CCB # 200258
Walsh Construction Co./WA is an equal opportunity
employer and requests sub-bids from Minority, wom-
en, disadvantaged and emerging small business en-
terprises.
4-12-17
We are an equal opportunity employer and strongly
encourage the participation of emerging small busi-
ness, women-owned, disadvantaged, disabled vet-
erans and minority enterprises.
4-12-17