Red Grade Trails, Upper State Land, Big Horn Mountains, Wyoming

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Project Title: Red Grade Trails, Upper State Land, Big Horn Mountains, Wyoming

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Project Description: Seeking bids for the construction of 3 miles of non-motorized, natural surface, multi-purpose trails. Project includes hike only, bike specific downhill flow, bike specific beginner gateway, and multi-use trail segments. Contractor must be a PTBA member or a qualified professional with approved related experience in construction and expertise in final trail layout and design. Corridor previously designed and flagged by IMBA. Project details, requirements, terms and conditions are outlined in the bid package, distributed electronically upon request. The project is funded in part by the Federal Department of Highway Administration’s Recreational Trails Program.

Company/Organization/Agency Submitting Contract: Sheridan Community Land Trust (SCLT)

Primary Contact for Contract Information: Tami Sorenson

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Closest City to Project: Sheridan

State/Province/Region: Wyoming

Country: USA

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Anticipated Project Start Date: 5/1/2017

Application Deadline: 2/28/2017

Additional Project Bid Information: Following community-driven planning efforts to advance recreational opportunities in Sheridan County, the Red Grade Trail System was conceived to offer non-motorized access to neighboring public lands. Beginning on State Land in front country where only motorized access from the bottom of the mountain to the top exists, these trails are intended to offer locals a human-powered alternative with a connection to the land. Designed by IMBA the overall system is a looping, multi-use, phased approach. Emphasis in development is on minimal impact and harmony with the surroundings. This bid project is within the Red Grade Trail System and extends the first phase that began construction in 2015. Interested parties may email for additional information.

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