Bids Opened for Early Phases of Minot Flood Protection [Video]

The heavy lifting on the first phases of flood protection in Minot won’t begin until next spring, but a couple of smaller projects directly related to the overall plan will get underway yet this summer.

Bids were opened Wednesday morning on the Phase MI-2A, Perkett Ditch Improvement project and a smaller project that will modify Souris Valley Golf Course to make room for expanded flood protection infrastructure. The Centennial Forest/Perkett Ditch project is a storm water detention project in NW Minot that will give us a place to put rainwater when we’re in flood protection mode.

Ryan Ackerman, the project manager for the Souris River Joint Board, oversaw the bid openings and gave a short interview on the event. You can also view a video rendering of the project. Both videos are below.

Low bid on the Perkett Ditch project was approximately $2.97 million. Low bid on the golf course work was approximately $$170,000.  Following a review of all bids, contracts are expected to be awarded at the July 5th, City Council meeting, and July 12th, SRJB meeting.

Ryan Ackerman on the Bid Openings for Early Phases of Flood Protection

Phase MI-2A Fly Through

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