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Oct 28, 2020
Reconstruction of pedestrian ramps, construction of bulbouts on some corners and construction of new traffic signals at 5th Ave. and Broadway and 5th Ave. and Lincoln Street intersections.
Oct 21, 2020
This project is to reconstruct two (2) existing traffic signals within the City and County of Denver. The two traffic signals are located at (1) Yosemite Street & I-225 On/Off ramps (North Intersection); and (2) Yosemite Street & I-225 On/Off ramps (South Intersection).
Oct 14, 2020
This project will rehabilitate the bridge viaduct on 48th Avenue over the UPRR, BNSF, and RTD commuter rails. Work will include specialized deck repairs, expansion joint replacement, installation and removal of the waterproofing membrane, asphalt wearing surface and other specialized sub contractors.
Oct 5, 2020
Rehabilitation work on the Park Avenue Viaduct structure. Work items include expansion joint replacement, deck repairs, signal replacement, asphalt overlay, and 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 is a Colorado Rockies home baseball game. This project requires extensive Public Information Services.
Sep 30, 2020
The East 16th Avenue Storm Sewer Improvements, Phase 1 project is the first phase of an effort to extend and upsize the storm system in the Montclair Basin to relieve frequent and significant flooding in the neighborhood. The downstream end of the project will tie into an existing box in Jackson Street at East 17th Avenue that outfalls into Ferril Lake. The new storm drain will extend via a 9'x9' box east in East 17th Avenue to Colorado Boulevard. Tunneling will be required to cross under Colorado Boulevard. Work will also include a trash vault, full roadway reconstruction, full utility reconstruction, and improvements to the existing system on Batavia Place between Colorado Boulevard and Albion Street. Two alternates to the bid will continue the system east from Colorado Boulevard along East 17th Avenue to Albion Street and then south on Albion Street to Batavia Place.
Sep 21, 2020
General Statement of Work Schedule A - Is located along four blocks of Marion Street between the intersections of Marion Street at East Bayaud Avenue and Marion Street at East Virginia Avenue. The project will remove the existing pavement striping through the project limits, including the existing striped bike lane. The project will install striping, tubular markers, and cast-in-place concrete curbs for the new bike lane configuration which will relocate the bike lanes to the inside curb lines and include a bike lane buffer. The street signing will be revised throughout the project to meet current city standards. Traffic control will be required along the project during construction. Schedule B - Remove existing bikelane markings, and signage from 21st to 36th Ave on Central Park Boulevard, re-stripe new protected bikeway, install verticle delineator posts, and curb stops, install new signage to enhance cyclist safety. Schedule C - Will perform the construction of protected bike lanes and traffic calming measures to support two-way bicycle travel on W 23rd Ave and Water St from Federal Blvd to Speer Blvd (0.85mile). 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 and rubber curbs), refinement of street usage and geometrics. All improvements will be constructed to current CCD and ADA standards and specifications.
Sep 18, 2020
Because of its location and a lack of alternative parallel arterial roadways, 56th Avenue serves as a major east-west regional thoroughfare. In addition to its regional function, it serves as an important access route to Denver International Airport, as well as providing relief to I-70 during freeway incidents. 56th Avenue also provides important local access to the Montbello and Parkfield neighborhoods and to various land uses along the arterial. The design-build Project, funded by the Elevate Denver Bond Program, consists of widening 56th Avenue from Peoria Street to Peña Boulevard to a four-lane typical section while establishing the footprint for an ultimate six-lane typical section. The Project also includes constructing a multi-use path along the north side of 56th Avenue, including connections to the neighborhood bike lanes and the trail system at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge. The four-lane roadway widening of 56th Avenue should be designed to minimize rework when the six-lane section is constructed in the future. Preparing for the ultimate six-lane section includes locating the median, curb and gutter, multi-use path, signage, lighting, signals, utilities, and other elements in their final locations. The work for this Request for Qualifications (RFQ) consists of design and construction of the Project, including roadway design, urban design, landscaping, ADA compliance, traffic, stormwater drainage, geotechnical, utility relocation, environmental, and all other final design and construction features.
Sep 16, 2020
The City and County of Denver (City) is soliciting Requests for Qualifications from Design Teams to provide Architectural and Engineering Professional Services for the Westwood Recreation Center located on a newly acquired site comprising 4320 Morrison Road and 753 S. Raleigh Street in Denver, Colorado. The primary goal of this project is to provide a new recreation center in the Westwood neighborhood of Denver on a site with a land area of approximately 2.9 acres. The Westwood Recreation Center may include indoor aquatics facilities, gymnasium, and fitness areas for weights and cardio activities. Other services may also include leisure pool, therapy pool, walk/jog track, sports courts, community kitchen, community meeting rooms, senior or youth rooms, offices, dressing rooms, and support spaces. During the design and public engagement phases of the project, the design team shall develop a specific program for the project that addresses community priorities and Elevate Denver Bond Program requirements, evaluate features and modern concepts, and align the program and concepts with the project budget. This project will also include site development, parking and landscaping surrounding the recreation center. The existing buildings on the site will be demolished, will be abated, including trace materials prior to this scope of work. It is anticipated that existing surface paving including elements and utilities below as well as existing light poles will remain and not be demolished at the time of building demolition and therefore are included in this scope of work. All improvements will meet current code requirements (including current ADA regulations) as well as LEED Gold, per Executive Order 123.
Sep 3, 2020
The primary goal for this project is to locate an adventure bicycle and snow sports facility building on the hill overlooking the rail yard bowl with proximity to existing pedestrian and vehicular access points. The concept plan develops relationships between the building and the surrounding site and includes a bike skills courses (both beginner and intermediate), picnicking opportunities, public art, and a splash pad. The concept also includes a new facility for bike rentals, storage, public bathrooms, and offices for DPR staff.
Sep 2, 2020
The City and County of Denver is seeking professional Consultant services to assist in the completion of the following tasks to prepare the design of West Colfax Ave. Tasks include, but are not limited to, evaluating recommendations of previous work, prioritizing improvements along West Colfax Ave., completion of CDOT required environmental process and any related environmental permitting, design engineering available project funding [Preliminary Engineering (30%), Interim Engineering (60%), Pre-Final Engineering (95%), Final Engineering (100%)], and additional requirements as further described in the full scope of work. The goal of the project is to increase pedestrian safety of the corridor while also increasing transit efficiency. Constructing pedestrian safety improvements on West Colfax is in alignment with Denver’s Vision Zero goal of eliminating traffic deaths by 2030. West Colfax was identified by the Vision Zero Action Plan as a part of the Denver’s High-Injury Network—corridors that have the highest percentage of fatal and injury crashes. West Colfax is also identified as a priority corridor in the Denver Moves Transit plan. Improving the street for pedestrians and transit users also supports the Mayor’s Mobility Action Plan and Comprehensive Plan 2040, which aims to provide convenient and accessible mobility options that reduce the need for single occupancy driving. Pedestrian improvements that will be designed and eventually constructed include medians, bulb-outs, signals, and marked crosswalks. Transit enhancements will include bulb-outs, bus by-pass lanes or queue jumps, and transit signal priority.