No bids were received by the 1:00 P.M., September 16, 2021 deadline.
The bid will be re-issued at a later date.
THE SUBMITTAL DUE DATE HAS CHANGED TO SEPTEMBER 16, 2021, 1:00 P.M.
THE TEAMS LINK FOR THE PRE-BID MEETING HAS CHANGED AND IS WRITTEN OUT IN FULL BELOW THE SCOPE OF WORK.
SUMMIT BOULEVARD SPANISH TRAIL TO FIRESTONE BOULEVARD
STORMWATER TREATMENT ENHANCMENT PROJECT
Scope of Work – 7/9/2021
Spanish Trail has experienced issues with stormwater stacking in the road and creating a hazard driving condition. This is due to the existing stormwater conveyance system being undersized for its contributing basin’s flow. This project will serve to increase the flow capacity of the conveyance system by enlarging curb inlet top and installing a new Stormwater outfall into the Fire Station 3 pit. The focus of the project is twofold. First, to provide additional conveyance capacity for an overtaxed system. Second, if the bid alternate comes in at an affordable price, to provide stormwater treatment for a currently untreated drainage sub-basin. This treatment will be provided by installation of bioretention cells to collect water from the roadway. This project is consistent with current technology for stormwater retrofit treatment and is part of an ongoing program utilized throughout the City to improve water quality of area waterways. As a result of these improvements, work site safety, MOT, maintenance/bypass of stormwater flow, and erosion control will be paramount issues. General work to be accomplished will include installation of new inlet tops, cut and patch of pavement, storm structures, new storm pipe, and sod.
The LS Maintenance of Traffic item shall include all signs, devices and other cost associated with maintaining traffic during the project. No night work shall be permitted on this job.
In the area of intersection with existing asphalt, pavement interface shall be saw cut and the perimeter milled to provide a clean seam between existing and proposed asphalt. Care shall be exercised to not cause any damage to adjacent infrastructure being left in-place during reconstruction. Any such damage shall be the responsibility of the contractor.
All grade work and elevations shall reflect the design information provided in the construction plans. All proposed line and grade work shall be approved by the City Inspector.
Contractor’s work shall include the necessary coordination of all existing utilities with respective owners and to timely address any potential conflicts with required work. All sod placed shall be properly watered and maintained until permanently rooted/established to the satisfaction of the City.
Maximum access shall be provided to the property and business owners at all times during construction.
Due to the nature of the project, it is required that bidders visit the site and thoroughly review the plans and specifications.
All work shall be in accordance with the standards and specifications of the City of Pensacola.