Results 51 - 60 of 61
Mar 20, 2017
Capeseal and crackseal in various locations throughout the City and County of Denver. Approximately 80-100 lane miles of mostly local streets to be treated with chip/cape seal resurfacing. Crack seal other selected streets.
Mar 01, 2017
Convert 19th Ave and 20th Ave from Broadway to Park Avenue from 1-Way to 2-Way streets, convert Grant from 18th to 20th from 1-Way to 2-Way street. Modify existing traffic signals at 19th & Broadway, 19th & Lincoln, 19th & Park Ave, and 20th & Park Ave, and add a new signal at 19th & Clarkson. Replace existing intersection curb returns to incorporate curb extensions and curb ramps. Installation of storm drain manholes and inlets. Installation of bike lane elements and striping.
Feb 28, 2017
The Department of Public Works, Mayor’s Office of the National Western Center is soliciting Requests for Qualifications from Consultant Teams to provide on-call professional services for the Campus Placemaking Study for the National Western Center Project (NWC). The Campus Placemaking Study will advance the NWC’s Regional Tourism Act (RTA) facilities program refinement, the public realm design, the Campus Design Standards and Guidelines, and up to 30% Site Infrastructure Design.
Feb 22, 2017
The Transportation & Mobility (T&M) Division of Denver Public Works (DPW) is requesting proposals for professional design services to assist in the preliminary engineering of pedestrian streetscape improvements at a limited number of intersections (less than 30) along Colfax Avenue. This will include medians, curb-extensions or bulbouts. Designs of these improvements are intended to contribute to the overall pedestrian safety and streetscape of Colfax Avenue within the four distinct Business Districts. The budget for this work is $475,000. This work is being completed as a phase of a larger project scope, which includes Bus Rapid Transit on East Colfax and additional streetscape design at specified locations.
Feb 15, 2017
The City and County of Denver (CCD) is issuing an RFQ for professional transportation and city planning services to assist in the development of Downtown’s transportation implementation plan (Denver Moves Downtown)
Feb 09, 2017
This RFQ is for professional design services for the preliminary design of the preferred layout of a pedestrian bridge over the Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) tracks at 47th and York as identified in the Elyria Swansea at York East/ West Connectivity Study. Activities include appropriate NEPA documentation and analysis, structural design, survey, utility relocation design, civil design, urban design, lighting design, railroad and Public Utilities Commission (PUC) coordination, right-of-way (ROW) acquisition, and stakeholder engagement.
Feb 02, 2017
The Department of Public Works, City and County of Denver (City), has issued a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for Design-Build services for the Platte to Park Hill: Stormwater Systems – 39th Avenue Greenway/Park Hill Detention Design-Build Project (Project). The Project will provide a comprehensive stormwater collection system to protect both the local community and property against flooding while improving water quality, multi-modal mobility access opportunities, and creating and enhancing park and public spaces. The work included for this Request for Qualifications (RFQ) includes the design and construction of a linear greenway along the alignment of 39th Avenue, which will collect and ultimately convey stormwater to the connection for the outfall at Globeville Landing Park, incorporating park and open space, landscaping, community connectivity, utility relocations, and water quality enhancements. The work also includes conduits along Madison Street and Clayton Street/40th Street. Additional flood protection will be provided at Park Hill including design and construction of a detention basin and the installation of a pipe connection beneath the existing RTD and UPRR lines at Dahlia Street with an outlet connection, under the Union Pacific Railroad, to the Park Hill Phase V project, connecting pipe systems, utility relocations, landscaping, and water quality enhancements.
Feb 01, 2017
The purpose of this project is to construct a new storm drain system for the neighborhhod adjacent to the City of Potenza Park, near the intersection of S. Forest St. and E. Nebraska Way. This storm drain system with go through the park and outfall into Cherry Creek at Mississippi Ave. The existing outfall will be removed and a new one constructed to accommodate the existing double 48 inch pipes and the new 12 foot by 4 foot box culvert. Existing utility relocations for water and sanitary sewer are included in the scope of work as are surface restoration, paving and landscape restoration to the park and adjacent properties.
Jan 25, 2017
Reconstruct and upgrade five (5) existing traffic signals within the City and County of Denver (City). The signals are located at the following intersections: Kalamath/7th Ave, SB Speer/Market/Auraria, NB Speer/Market/Auraria, Lincoln/8th Ave, and Lincoln/14th Ave. The overall scope of this project will be to remove the existing traffic signal equipment at each location - poles, signal and pedestrian indications, and associated equipment - and replace with new traffic signal equipment in accordance with City standards. This work will install new poles and mast arms, overhead indication heads, pedestrian signal heads, and vehicle detection. It will also replace all existing signage. ADA compliant pedestrian ramps, curb and gutter, and sidewalks will also be upgraded at all locations to meet City standards. Intersection striping will also be refreshed with new pedestrian crosswalks and stop bars in accordance with City standards.
Jan 17, 2017
The Department of Public Works controls and operates certain public parking facilities for the City and County of Denver. The purpose of this request is to secure a qualified and responsive facility contractor to provide professional parking management services in the operation and maintenance of the Acme, Auraria, Bannock, Chestnut, N. Elati, S. Elati, and Firehouse surface parking lots (hereinafter “Lots” or individually as “Lot”) and extend On-Call work at other City facilities, as needed. The City may award one or more contracts.