Inca Street Multi Use Path

Inca Street Multi Use Path

Professional Services for Engineering Design Services for Inca Street Multi Use Path
Project Control No.   PWC2013-8003
eBid Document No. 2685047

The Department of Public Works, City and County of Denver, has issued a Request for Qualifications (the “RFQ”) for professional services for improvements described below.   A link to the RFQ documents can be found at  RFQ documents will be available for download at, eBid Document No. 2685047 at the cost of $10.00.

Sign in Sheet

Supporting Documentation:

Printed Responses are due June 5th, 2013, no later than 10:00 a.m. MST, delivered to Public Works Finance and Administration, Attn:  Debby Gibson, 201 W. Colfax, Ste. 614, Denver, CO  80202.

A Pre-Submittal Meeting will be held May 23rd, 2013 at 9:00 a.m.
, in Conference Room 4.G.2, Webb Building, 201 West Colfax Avenue, Denver, CO  80202.  Interested firms are encouraged to attend.  Respondents are responsible for any information conveyed at this meeting

General Statement of Work:
The City and County of Denver is seeking a design engineering firm to prepare final design of a 12’ wide pedestrian multi-use path along Inca Street from the Inca Street Pedestrian Bridge located at 38th Avenue north to 45th Avenue.  This design will incorporate connectivity to the future pedestrian bridge proposed for the RTD Light Rail Station located at 41st Avenue and Fox Street.  The design will also need to prepare drainage designs that facilitate the drainage structures already in place.  Project elements include concrete sidewalk, concrete curb & gutter, asphalt paving, retaining walls, drainage utilities, water quality features, street lighting, and sidewalk amenities.

 Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Participation:  The Project goal of 17% Disadvantage Business Enterprise (DBE) Participation must be met with as set forth in 49 CFR Part 26. For compliance with good faith effort requirements, as set forth in Part 26, the DBE solicitation level required for this project is 100% of the City and Denver’s certified DBEs and 100% of the State of Colorado’s Department of Transportation (CDOT’s) certified DBE’s.

As the City’s best interests may appear, the Manager of Public Works reserves the right to waive informalities in, and to reject any or all, proposals. 

Publication Dates:                               May 10, 13, 14, 2013

Published In:                        The Daily Journal


Posted on May 09, 2013 (Archive on Jun 06, 2013)
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