Current Bidding Opportunities

Mar 18, 2015 (107 reads)

The work contemplated within this contract shall generally consist of all work, including labor, materials, supplies and equipment, necessary to satisfactorily complete the installation of pavement markings within the City and County of Denver’s Public Right-Of-Way.  The City anticipates the typical Project Work may include:  removal and installation of bike lanes, bicycle symbols, decorative bicycle symbols and buffer areas, pre-fabricated curbs and bollards for protected bikeways, crosswalk markings and long line markings on collector and arterial roadways.  Each of these projects shall be separately scoped, priced, authorized, and completed under the direct oversight of the Transportation Division of Public Works.  The contractor selected shall have all necessary resources available, on an as needed base, to complete each Project when directed by the Division during the three (3) year term of this contract.

Mar 18, 2015 (119 reads)

Install decorative light poles at various intersections along the Colfax Business Improvement District (CBID) - Grant St. to Josephine St.  Lights, decorative light poles and helical (screw-in) foundations have been purchased by the City and will be available for pick-up by the contractor, upon issuance of the Notice-to-Proceed.

Mar 11, 2015 (247 reads)

Denver Parks and Recreation will be constructing a seven acre mountain bike skills park and loop trail within Ruby Hill Park.  This skills park and loop trail will feature a series of terrain features specifically designed to promote a progressive riding and learning experience for novice riders up through expert riders.  The scope of work will include building highly specialized trails and riding features, jumps, pump tracks, drop zones, and custom rock features for developing riding skills in the bike park and along the loop trail.  The work will also consist of general grading for the site and remediation of hazardous soils known to be located within Ruby Hill Park.  The existing irrigation system within the bike park will need to be revised to accommodate the bike park. There will be landscape renovation work which will consist of native seeding within the bike park, tree planting, and fence installation.  The work will also require a two year maintenance period for all the landscape and irrigation within the bike park area.

201520919 - Citywide Concrete Panel Replacement  Mar 11, 2015 (273 reads)
201520710 - 35th/36th Pedestrian Bridge  Mar 10, 2015 (278 reads)
201419682 - Evergreen Bridge Replacement Over Bear Creek  Mar 09, 2015 (873 reads)
201520938 - Ramp 1-41 Colfax Avenue Traffic Signal Upgrade  Mar 09, 2015 (234 reads)

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FAQs

Q:  How do I obtain plans, specifications and bid documents for an advertised construction project?
A:  Visit www.work4denver.com main page. Click on the project you are interested in, scroll to and click on the “Digital Download” link which will direct you to the QuestCDN website to view the plans and specifications at no charge.  A fee of $25 is required to download the bid documents, plans and specifications.

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  How can I find current Prevailing Wages?
A:  Visit the Prevailing Wage page for details

Q:  I am interested in submitting a bid on a project that has a W/WBE, SBE or DBE goal assigned to it.  Where can I find certified firms?
A:  Certified Firms 

Q: I am interested in bidding a project that lists a Prequalification Requirement.  Where can I find information relating to these requirements?
A:  Prequalification Requirements

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Are pre-bid meetings mandatory?
A:  It can vary from project to project; refer to the Advertisement for Pre-Bid specifics.

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  Where can I find a list of prime contractors or consultants that may be bidding or proposing on a project?
A:  All Public Works projects are advertised on www.work4denver.com, the “Digital Download” link in the advertisement will take you to QuestCDN where you can view the list of plan holders who have registered with their contact information.

Q: If I am unable to attend a bid opening where can I obtain information regarding bids that were submitted?
A: Bid summaries are generally posted within two (2) business days of the advertised bid opening


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When will a bid tabulation be available for a previously bid project?
A:  Bid tabulations are posted once the City has received a signed contract from the apparent low bidder. Bid tabulations are not posted if it was a lump sum bid.  For those, refer to the Bid Summary.

Q: The City advertised a RFP/RFQ, how can I find out which firm was selected?
A: View our Previously Awarded RFP/RFP page for a full listing.

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