National Park Service Solicits Proposals for Renovation of Hoh Visitor Center

The National Park Service is soliciting proposals for renovation of the Olympic National Park Hoh Visitor Center, near Forks, Washington.

Contractors interested in learning more about this project are invited to attend a site visit scheduled for Thursday, May 22 at the Hoh Visitor Center. More information about the Solicitation is available through the Federal Business Opportunities website, by entering the Solicitation Number P14PS00900.

The solicitation is open to small businesses registered under the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code 236220 with annual gross receipts under $33.5 million.

The contract will include renovation and expansion of the existing visitor center and restrooms and exterior modifications for ADA accessibility. The estimated cost range for the renovation is $1 million to $5 million.

Constructed in 1963, the Hoh Visitor Center is located approximately 31 miles south of Forks off Highway 101. The center provides visitors with information and exhibits about visiting the Olympic Peninsula's "west side," including Olympic National Park coastal and rainforest areas.



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