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Nov 14, 2019
The City and County of Denver (City) is soliciting Requests for Proposals from qualified contractors to provide Emergency Repairs for Wastewater Facilities on an as-needed basis. The work includes any construction repairs on wastewater facilities and sewer (storm and sanitary) components including, but not limited to, excavations, plumbing, trucking, paving, landscaping, reinforced concrete structures, etc. Depending on the type of emergency repair, the labor may be of any type needed in construction projects.
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.
Oct 21, 2019
* NEW DATE * The selected team will work under the guidance of the City and County of Denver (CCD) and Downtown Denver Partnership (DDP) staff to further analyze, evaluate and develop 30% design plans for creating an urban trail along 21st Street from Coors Field to Benedict Fountain Park. This project will build off the previous work of the 21st and Wynkoop Street Urban Design Plan (2016) and the 5280 Loop Concept Design Study (on-going) and will evaluate modifications to the street from a range of perspectives, including changes to multimodal access, drainage/utilities, adjacent land uses, etc. This effort will establish relationships between the multiple functions of the shared right-of-way, incorporating the wide range of design concepts envisioned for The 5280 Loop. A project milestone will occur after 30% design completion and an unknown portion of the corridor will be brought to 100% design with remaining funds.
Oct 7, 2019
*** NEW BID OPENING DATE *** This is a Sanitary Sewer Project regarding deteriorated gravity drained sewer pipes, designed for use of Wastewater Management Division approved, Cured-In-Place-Plastic Pipe or Formed-In-Place Pipeliner Methods of Construction, which are methods of sewer pipe rehabilitation that are cost effective and consistently allow significantly shorter construction time in comparison to open trench method of construction. Since no excavation is required, utilities and traffic conflicts are minimized, thereby citizen discomfort and complaints are reduced to minimum. This Lining Project is located in 35th Street/Avenue.
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.
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.