General Statement of Work
This project will construct the downstream end of the Tennessee & Oneida Storm System project, which will improve ponding and localized flooding at the sump in S. Oneida St. just north of Tennessee Ave. This first phase of construction will remove and replace the outlet structure of Lollipop Lake in Garland Park, replace the culvert across Cherry Creek Drive North and rebuild the outfall into Cherry Creek. Phase 1 will also build the downstream end of a new storm system pipe network, which will outfall into Garland Park and convey stormwater runoff into Lollipop Lake via a graded and landscaped swale. The new storm drain will come out onto S. Kearney St. and make the turn eastward onto Mississippi Ave., where the storm system improvements will terminate for Phase 1. Denver Parks will also make improvements around Lollipop Lake, which will include minor grading, landscaping and irrigation improvements.
Statement of Quantities(PDF, 192KB)
Estimated Construction Cost: Between $5,700,000.00 and $6,300,000.00
Virtual Pre-Bid Meeting on March 31, 2022 at 2:00 p.m.
To access the meeting, please call 720-388-6219 and enter conference ID: 483 985 014#.
Pre-Bid Meeting Agenda(PDF, 288KB)
Questions Deadline: April 8, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. local time
Bid Opening on April 28, 2022 at 11:30 a.m.
Bids will be received and accepted via the online electronic bid service, www.QuestCDN.com and will be read aloud. To access the bid opening teleconference, please call 720-388-6219 and enter conference ID: 483 985 014#. To submit responses, click the online bidding button at the top of advertisement. Contractors must be on the plan holders list through QuestCDN for proposals to be accepted. Contractors will be charged a fee of $30.00 to submit a proposal electronically.
Plans Available March 23, 2022
QuestCDN Project # 8160969
Plan Cost: $15.00
MWBE Goal: 13%
Prequalification: 1E(4) PIPED SEWER at or above the $9,000,000.00 monetary level
Contract Administrator: Regina Diaz; email@example.com
Contracts for construction, reconstruction, and remodeling are subject to the City prevailing wage rate requirements established pursuant to Section 20-76, D.R.M.C.
City contracts are subject to payment of City Minimum Wage established pursuant to Section 20-82 through 20-84 D.R.M.C.
As the City’s best interests may appear, the Executive Director of the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure reserves the right to waive informalities in, and to reject any or all, submittals.
Publication Dates: March 23, 24, 25, 2022
Published In: The Daily Journal