Langley marina bid opening delayed

Bids for phase one of the Port of South Whidbey’s project at Langley Marina will be opened 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 5, in the port office in Freeland, located below China City restaurant.

That’s a six-day delay from the original plan, according to Ed Field, port operations manager.

He said interested firms wanted more details before bidding.

“We’re hearing from a number of bigger firms,” he said.

The port estimates the project price at $1.4 million. “We’re real curious how the bids come in,” Field said Monday.

The job entails configuring a 400-foot breakwater/moorage dock, making it accessible to the existing marina, and related projects.


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