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Feb 12, 2020
This irrigation improvements project is necessitated by conversion of the existing potable water irrigation system to a new raw water system drawn from Harvey Park Lake and replenished by water from the Ward Reservoir #5. A new pump house and associated piping, and lake interconnect. The irrigation system will include: providing, installing, and energizing the pumps; constructing pump house and providing connections and controls; install mainline and lateral piping, controllers, valves, and heads to irrigate the entire park. Construct approximately 10,500 sq. ft. of 5' attached walk along W. Evans Ave. street frontage; remove 2 existing curb cuts for the access to existing maintenance trail and reconstruct 10' wide curb cuts at the same location. Remove and replace existing signage.
Jan 29, 2020
Widening and rehabilitation of Broadway from Exposition to the South towards Ohio. Reconstruction of E. Exposition from Lincoln through Broadway and the construction of a block of W Exposition in concrete pavement. This work includes curb and gutter, sidewalks, pedestrian ramps, driveways, storm sewer, a 16" waterline, lighting, landscape/ irrigation and streetscape enhancements. Traffic signals are to be installed at the intersections of Exposition at Lincoln and Broadway. This is a Local Agency project with CDOT oversight.
Jan 7, 2020
*** NEW BID OPENING DATE *** Citywide concrete repairs to curb, gutter, sidewalk, valley gutter, concrete street and alley. Potential work locations are generated from on-going citizen complaints and are not scoped at the time of bidding.
Dec 18, 2019
*** NEW BID OPENING DATE *** Construction of a bike/pedestrian box culvert underpass for the High Line Canal Trail crossing under Parker Rd and Mississippi Ave. for the City and County of Denver as the (Local Agency), and its partners, Arapahoe County and CDOT Region 1. The Local Agency project is located in the City and County of Denver (North) and Arapahoe County (South). The new underpass will significantly improve the safety and experience of the High Line Canal Trail for pedestrians and cyclists as well as creating a faster/safer pedestrian connection across Parker Road while enhancing traffic operations. The proposed box culvert is 14-ft wide, 10-ft tall, and ~245-ft long. Retaining walls will be constructed along the underpass approaches, between the trail and service road and on the south side of the trail.
Nov 13, 2019
*** NEW BID OPENING DATE *** 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.
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