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Jun 15, 2020
Work consists of installing new irrigation system, pump equipment and pump enclosure at Fred Thomas Park, including trenching, boring, and installation of equipment, followed by sodding, seeding and possible tree replacement (as required), and installation of 6 ft attached concrete sidewalk along 26th Avenue and detached sidewalk along Roslyn and Syracuse Streets.
Jun 12, 2020
The 48th Avenue Storm Interceptor project was identified as a key project to relieve drainage problems in the Globeville neighborhood and serves the Globeville/Utah Junction basin (Basin 0059-01). A drainage analysis and conceptual design was completed as part of the Globeville Stormwater Systems Study (GSSS) – Final Draft December 2019. The general project alignment starts at Lincoln Street and 48th Avenue, passes through Argo Park, under the BNSF railway, along Elgin Place, crosses Washington Street, and then continues along 48th Avenue to a new outfall into the South Platte River. It is intended that the downstream portion from the west side of Washington Street to the South Platte River (Phase 1) will be designed and constructed in advance of any other phases of the project. The project will include preliminary design (30%) and up to 60% design for the 48th Avenue corridor but will only prepare the final design (90% and 100%) for Phase 1.
Jun 10, 2020
The purpose of the General Storm Program is to address localized flooding problems that will not be picked up by larger storm basin improvement projects identified in Denver Wastewater’s Storm Drain Master Plan, or in areas where no improvements are identified in the master plan. This project includes open cut installation of new storm drain infrastructure ranging from 12” to 30” in diameter that ties into an existing storm drain system. The project also includes surface restoration of areas impacted by storm drain construction, including asphalt paving, landscaping and concrete flatwork.
May 28, 2020
Rehabilitation work on the Park Avenue Viaduct structure. Work items include: expansion joint replacement, deck repairs, signal replacement, asphalt overlay, and potentially, painting of steel. Extensive coordination with RTD, UPRR, BNSF, and the Colorado Rockies will be required. Traffic control restrictions will be in place anytime there will be a Colorado Rockies home baseball game. This project will also require extensive Public Information Services.
Apr 30, 2020
This project is the construction phase to remove and replace the 14th Avenue bridge over Cherry Creek and Cherry Creek Trail and traffic signal upgrades at the intersections of 14th Avenue and NB and SB Speer Blvd. Work will include demo of the existing bridge, earthwork, construction of a new bridge, and installation of a raised cycle track on the new bridge. In addition, the signal upgrades at the two intersections includes demo of the existing signal equipment, demo of the existing curb ramps, installation of upgraded signal equipment, construction of new curb ramps, and associated landscaping. Traffic control and erosion control will be ongoing components of the project.
Apr 30, 2020
The Citywide Bike - GVR (PBL) project will perform the construction of protected bike lanes and traffic calming measures to support two-way bicycle travel on Green Valley Ranch Blvd from Tower Rd to Picadilly Rd (1.47 mile). The improvements include bike lanes with a dedicated and protected space for bike travel at street level, using a variety of methods for physical protection from passing traffic. Improvements include: bicycle facility elements, signage and striping, vertical separation (flex posts), refinement of street usage and geometrics. All improvements will be constructed to current CCD and ADA standards and specifications.
Apr 27, 2020
The City seeks a consultant team, with expertise in transit and multimodal planning, work programming, funding and financing development, transit forecasting and modeling, and public outreach to establish a Denver-centric transit program implementation plan outlining the delivery of a package of projects and services.
Apr 24, 2020
The primary goal of this project is to relocate Police Station District 6 from its current location at 1566 North Washington Street into a modern police facility on the Safety Headquarters Campus at 1331 Cherokee Street. The future Police Station District 6 facility was previously occupied by the Pre-Arraignment Detention Facility (PADF) and shares a campus with the Police Administration Building (PAB) and Denver Crime Lab (DCL). This project will result in the complete renovation of the existing PADF building at 1331 Cherokee St. to house a modern police station. The existing Police Station District 6 building has been occupied as a police station since 1995, however the building was originally constructed as a medical building, estimated to be 40 to 50 years old. For the past 22 years, the staff have been housed in a facility that is not sufficient for efficient use as a police station.
Apr 21, 2020
The City and County of Denver Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI) (“the City”) has identified the need to establish a group of qualified On-Call Prime General Contractors available to respond to proposal bidding requests for the execution of construction work for the City’s infrastructure. The General Civil Construction On-Call contract will be utilized to construct a variety of improvements to the City and County of Denver’s infrastructure typically within City Right-of-Way.
Apr 21, 2020
The Department of Transportation is soliciting Requests for Qualifications from multiple qualified Small Business Enterprise (SBE) certified firms for on-call construction services. The City has identified the need to establish a group of qualified contractors available to respond to proposal bidding requests for the execution of construction work for the City’s infrastructure. The Contract will be utilized to construct a variety of improvements to the City’s infrastructure, typically within City right-of-way. These improvements may include, but are not limited to: preconstruction services, minor roadway construction, pavement removal and rehabilitation, safety improvements, traffic signal, lighting and telecommunications installations and/or modifications, landscape improvements, general storm sewer improvements, minor bridge work and/or traffic maintenance.
Apr 16, 2020
Apr 14, 2020
*** NEW BID OPENING DATE *** The purpose of this project is to rehabilitate approximately 108,000 linear feet of deteriorated sewer pipes in the City and County of Denver using Cured in Place Pipe (CIPP) technology. CIPP methods of sewer pipe rehabilitation are cost effective and consistently allow significantly shorter construction time in comparison to open trench methods of construction. Since no excavation is required, utilities and traffic conflicts are minimized, thereby reducing citizen discomfort and complaints to a minimum. Most of the work will be located in City Council District 3 and 8, with a few pipes located in other districts including districts 5 and 9.
Q: How do I obtain plans, specifications and bid documents for an advertised construction project?
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 $15 is required to download the bid documents, plans and specifications.
Q: How can I find current Prevailing Wages?
A: Visit the Prevailing Wage page for details
Q: I am interested in submitting a bid on a project that has a M/WBE, SBE or DBE goal assigned to it. Where can I find certified firms?
A: Certified Firms
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.