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Nov 18, 2015
The Department of Public Works, City and County of Denver, has issued a Request for Qualifications (the “RFQ”) for professional services for the Denver Moves Trails and Pedestrians. Project Control No. PWTES 2015-034 eBid#: 4157648
Nov 18, 2015
The Department of Public Works, City and County of Denver, has issued a Request for Qualifications (the “RFQ”) for professional On Call Architecture and Technical Design services. Project Control No. PWC201524972 eBid #4148398
Nov 16, 2015
Citywide construction of ADA Ramps including concrete repairs to curb, gutter, sidewalk, valley gutter, concrete street and alley. Potential work locations coincide with the 2016-2017 Street Maintenance Paving Program that may be referenced in the appendices at the end of this Contract. The City may award more than one contract to more than one General Contractor.
Nov 05, 2015
This project is located near Kennedy Ball Fields and Kennedy Golf Course in southeast Denver. This project will mitigate flooding by constructing an outfall pipeline system to redirect flood waters from the existing detention basin to Cherry Creek during a 100-year storm event. Construction items include: Open cut installation of the 72" RCP's; large manholes, large inlet/outlet structures and its appurtenances; grouted boulders at Cherry Creek; removal and restoration of Kennedy Golf Course improvements including landscaping, tee boxes, sand trap, sprinkler systems, golf cart paths; removal and replacement of a regional bike/pedestrian trail; removal and disposal of the flood control earthen berm.
Nov 02, 2015
The 2015 Intersection Safety/Traffic Civil Master On-Call will be used to make improvements to roads and civil infrastructures on Denver streets. Range of work will include but not limited to ADA ramps, curb returns, curb and gutter, bulbouts/curb extensions, medians/bypass islands, and sidewalk. Also included are storm sewer upgrade/reconstruction and landscape restoration, as needed, to support safety and traffic signal projects. All work will be to the current Denver standards and the location of work will be throughout the entire City. Estimated quantities of work is for three years, and each individual work orders will be scoped, priced and authorized separately and all work will be supervised and directed by a Traffic Engineering project manager.
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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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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?
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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
Q: Are pre-bid meetings mandatory?
A: It can vary from project to project; refer to the Advertisement for Pre-Bid specifics.
Q: 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
Q: 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.