Contracting Actions

Each fiscal year, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England District, Contracts Branch solicits numerous service, construction, and architect-engineer contract opportunities.  These contracts are typically performed within the New England states and contribute to mission execution to serve our partners, secure our Nation, energize our economy, and reduce disaster risk. 

This page lists the available solicitations from the Contracts Branch that are expected to be valued over $250,000 and the direct link to the available opportunities on, the Governmentwide Point of Entry.  Interested vendors are encouraged to reference the link for full details, including bid/proposal due date/time and specific submission requirements.  Thank you for your interest in our projects.

Small businesses may find additional information and points of contact found HERE

Proposal/Bid submission may be required to be electronically submitted through PIEE, Solicitation Module.  Information regarding how to set up a vendor registration is included in this link.

Information regarding role assignment during vendor registration is included in this link.

  • If/when amendments are made to the solicitation, the direct link found below may no longer have the most updated information.  Contractors are responsible for keeping up-to-date with changes to the solicitation.  The top of the page of SAM may indicate, “There have been new actions to this contract opportunity.” with a link to the updated information.
  • Each solicitation will contain specific submission instructions.  Offerors/bidders shall follow the instructions included in the solicitation for proposal/bid submission.


Each contract solicitation will have a point of contact listed in the announcement. For general information or questions, please contact Erin Bradley at

Contract Actions > $250K

This page may not be inclusive of all current contract opportunities.  The governmentwide point of entry remains the official repository for all available contract opportunities.

Title Description of Work NAICS Code Threshold

Corrosion and Containment of Hydraulic Pipes at Ball Mountain Lake Dam in Jamaica, Vermont

There are three hydraulically operated gates located in the Intake Tower at Ball Mountain Lake Dam located in Jamaica, VT. Areas of the existing hydraulic piping, original to the dam construction, are showing signs of moderate to heavy surface corrosion and paint wear. The current hydraulic fluid in use is deemed unacceptable to be discharged into the outlet works per the EPA's standards. Due to the piping corrosion present hydraulic piping will be replaced, and the current hydraulic fluid will be flushed and replaced with new environmentally acceptable liquid (EAL). 

238220/ $250K 100% Small Business Set-Aside
04/12/2024 Bourne Bridge Painting Maintenance Painting for Bourne Bridge, Cape Cod Canal, MA 238320 Unrestricted IFB
3/26/2024 North Hartland Lake, Electrical Upgrades to Recreation Area, Hartland, VA

The intent of this project is to upgrade the existing 70A, 480V-1, direct buried cable feeder to the recreation area and upgrade the electrical utilities at the two existing RV sites, along with their distribution.

238210 Total Small Business
3/14/2024 Gatehouse Electrical Upgrades: East Brimfield Lake   238210 Small Business Set Aside




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