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Nov 25, 2019
The City and County of Denver is seeking a qualified engineering consulting firm to create and implement a flow monitoring plan and build a calibrated hydraulic model for both wet and dry conditions. The project includes development of a modern Sanitary Sewer Master Plan and evaluation of existing conditions and planned future growth to recommend and prioritize improvements for the upcoming capital improvements plan.
Nov 19, 2019
This project includes the installation of a new traffic signal at E Yale Ave and E Yale Circle, an approximately 95' long concrete median, rebuilt curb ramp (removal of existing and installation of realigned new), full-depth patching of asphalt pavement, milling of asphalt pavement, an overlay of asphalt paving, and associated signing and striping.
Nov 13, 2019
This storm drainage project extending along Marion Street Corrior from MLK Blvd. to E. 27th Ave. (five city blocks) will connect the upstream end of the 33rd Street Outfall system at MLK Blvd. The majority of the work consists of open cut construction of 8' x 8' concrete boxes and relocation of a 6" waterline. Other areas of work include surface restoration in asphalt paving, in concrete sidewalks, and in curb ramps. Green infrastructure (Streetside Stormwater Planters) is also part of other areas of work to enhance water quality.
Sep 30, 2019
*** NEW BID OPENING DATE *** Installation of two pedestrian box culverts under each of Colorado Blvd. and Hampden Ave. in order to improve pedestrian and cyclist safety and improve trail connectivity. Work includes construction of new trail between the underpasses and a connection to the existing High Line Canal Trail to the north.
Jan 24, 2019
The goal of the project is to utilize state and local funds as well as U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) grant funds to reconstruct and renovate the 16th Street Mall to increase opportunities for public use of the Mall as an iconic civic space for leisure, commerce, and tourism; address the deteriorating infrastructure which will allow for reasonable maintenance frequency and reduce costs to businesses and taxpayers; improve safety for pedestrians and vehicles; and maintain mobility for desired transit operations for all users. The work included for this Request for Qualifications (RFQ) includes the design and construction of a new granite paver system, realigned Transit Way, new trees, and new underground infrastructure to replace the Mall’s failing and deteriorating infrastructure in order to reduce safety concerns and the negative effects of frequent maintenance and repair activities to the Free MallRide service. The work also includes replicating the original pattern of the granite pavers with improved surface friction, use or replication of the existing light fixtures, delineating the pedestrian walkways from the Transit Way with an amenity zone, creating wider pedestrian walkways to better accommodate pedestrian volumes, and continuation of the Free MallRide on the Mall between Denver Union Station and Civic Center Station.