Towering 502 feet above the Green River, and completed in 1964, the Flaming Gorge Dam was built to provide water storage and hydroelectric power to northeastern Utah. The Dam is managed by the US Bureau of Reclamation and is the major hydroelectric dam along the Green River system. They are now seeking a contractor to provide live guided tours to visitors.
Flaming Gorge Tour Guide Services
Flaming Gorge Field Division, Dam, and Visitor Center are located in the Ashley National Forest near Dutch John, Utah, in the northeast of the state. The visitor’s center is managed by the Bureau of Reclamation in cooperation with Intermountain Natural History Association. This service is established primarily to foster a favorable impression of Reclamation to the visiting public and communicate a positive understanding of Flaming Gorge Dam including its functions and benefits.
They are now seeking a contractor to provide guided tours of the Flaming Gorge Dam and Powerplant and interpretative services within the visitor center to the visiting public. Guided tours shall be scheduled each day as needed in an effort that the groups not exceed a manageable size. Tours are scheduled according to the season of the year and as circumstances demand.
A site visit will be held on Tuesday, 10 April at 10 am MDT. Those attending should send a response by 9 April at 10 am MDT.
Interested contractors should go to this link. Once there, click on the public opportunities link, and search for "FG Tour Guide Services". Click on the search result, and you will go to the project page where you can download all the documentation.
Deadline for the receipt of completed tenders: 23 April 2018, 2 pm MDT
Bureau of Land Reclamation
Upper Colorado Region
Salt Lake City, Utah 84138