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Jun 24, 2019
This is the 2015 Traffic Signal Upgrade – Mill Levy Package #9 project. The overall objective of this project is the redesign and reconstruction of eight (8) traffic signals within the City and County of Denver. The locations of these traffic signals are at the following intersections: 1. 17th Ave & Sherman St 2. 17th Ave & Grant St 3. 17th Ave & Logan St 4. 17th Ave & Washington St 5. 17th Ave & Clarkson St 6. 17th Ave & Franklin St 7. 17th Ave & Williams St 8. 16th Ave & Downing St In addition to the traffic signal improvements, there will be improvements made to curb ramps, sidewalk, curb and gutters, curb returns, storm sewer inlets and manholes at each intersection for enhanced pedestrian access as necessary. Ramp improvements will be designed and constructed to current CCD standards and specifications. In addition, there may be additional damaged sidewalks, curb and gutter and curb returns adjacent to the ramps that will need to be upgraded. Existing storm sewer inlets and manholes at the intersections may also require relocation or resetting.
Jun 17, 2019
To rebuild 5 traffic signals located within a major arterial corridor to enhance signal visibility and address safety issues. The locations of these signals are at: 9th Ave & Downing St; 7th Ave & Downing St; Virginia Ave & Downing St; Kentucky Ave & Downing St; Louisiana Ave & Downing St. The traffic signal upgrade construction scope of work includes the removal and replacement of the outdated and aging traffic signals with a current CCD standard mast arm traffic signals. This includes new 12" signal indications, 16" countdown pedestrian faces, ATC controller and backup UPS, infrared vehicle detection systems, emergency pre-emption system, close circuit TV to monitor traffic, and Ethernet switch for communication. Other scope of work in this project include new civil construction (i.e. ADA compliance curb ramps/curb returns, sidewalks, curb/gutter and storm sewer improvements), new sign package, and paint/pavement marking package for all 5 locations.
Jun 12, 2019
The Jackson St Storm Phase 1 project connects to the 14'x7' concrete box at the north side of Colfax Avenue and Jackson St. and replaces a 90" brick main in vacated Jackson St. with 126" RPMP to 14th Avenue. A 10' x 8' concrete box is also installed in 14th Avenue from Jackson St. approximately half way to Harrison St.
May 29, 2019
* NEW BID OPENING DATE * The 27th Street Interceptor Project will improve drainage conditions in Basin 0062-1 by utilizing an existing 108" diameter storm system approximately 200' west of the 27th St. and Blake St. intersection in the Coors Field Parking lot. Phase 2 extends from the 27th and Arapahoe St southeast to 27th and Welton St. construction includes open cut of large diameter storm sewer and its associated facilities.
May 22, 2019
The Valverde storm project will improve drainage conditions in Basin 0064-02 by installing a 42" diameter storm pipe in W. Alameda Ave. and abandoning an existing undersized drainage system consisting of failing corroded metal pipe outside of the City ROW without easements. The project will convey storm water from the sumps on Decatur St., Dale Ct., and Clay St., to W. Alameda Ave. The 42" storm pipe will tie into the existing storm system near Bryant St. Other areas of work include water utility relocations, restoration of paving, landscaping and flatwork where storm system construction impacts existing improvements.
May 16, 2019
Project bid package to include complete removal and replacement of the Evergreen Lakehouse Bridge over Bear Creek (Structure D-27-MP-070). The replacement bridge is a single span structure with precast (pre-stressed) concrete box girders and abutments founded on predrilled steel H-piles.
May 15, 2019
Construction of a new irrigation pond, water delivery system and monitoring from City ditch to the new pond, new vertical turbine irrigation pump, irrigation wet well and intake pipe. Modifications to the existing electrical and irrigation, with renovation of an existing outfall structure to accommodate the new pond and water works. Work will also include the installation of new forebay at east end of park, and landscaping.
Apr 29, 2019
Description: This project will improve vehicle access, parking, and add recreation amenities to the Experiential Center located along Stapleton Drive in Genesee Mountain Park. Recreation amenities include two vault toilets, a shade pavilion, a log bench amphitheater area, picnic tables, fire pit area, and ADA accessible concrete walkways connecting to the pavilion and toilets. Roadway improvements to the existing aggregate roadway include adding a drop-off area and 7 formalized parking spaces along the roadway. Two concrete ADA parking spaces will be installed with an access aisle between.
Apr 16, 2019
Construction of the Knox Ct Neighborhood Bikeway northbound (“NB”) from Kentucky to Nevada Place, and W. 35th NB from Sheridan to Jason St. at Inca Trail. Construction includes bumpouts at 4 intersections (Knox), and bumpouts at 3 intersections (35th). Construction shall also include median refuges at 2 intersections (35th), bike boxes (35th), sharrows, with NB branding signage, and bicycle wayfinding signs. Contract plans include a bid alternate for construction of a bumpout at Morrison Rd. & Walsh Place.
Apr 1, 2019
The City and County of Denver (City), is soliciting Letters of Interest from companies or teams interested in providing design-build services for the Colorado Convention Center Expansion (CCC-XP) Project. CCC-XP will expand the Colorado Convention Center to include features that focus on the quality and character of facility and experience, connectivity, flexible and unique spaces, and technology, all of which will help keep the facility modern, vibrant and attractive. The Project includes design, construction, and construction administration services for approximately 250,000sf of vertical expansion, renovation of approximately 120,000sf of lobby space, installation of new vertical conveyances and required code and life safety upgrades. In general, the scope of services includes pre-construction services, full design, construction, and construction administration through project completion. The City will use a two-step selection process to select one design-build team for CCC-XP based on a best value selection approach. We anticipate the RFQ will be issued in late Spring, and the RFP in mid-2019.