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    Deputy Director – Engineering
    Michael Selling
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    Stockton, CA 95205
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PENDING SOLICITATIONS**

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BRIDGE ENGINEERING DESIGN SERVICES FOR THE BOLLEA ROAD BRIDGE (29C-413) OVER BEAR CREEK REPLACEMENT PROJECT
For more information contact Mahmoud Saqqa at (209) 468-8924 or msaqqa@sjgov.org

Project Description:

The San Joaquin County Department of Public Works (SJCDPW) will be requesting proposals from engineering consulting firms to provide bridge engineering design services for the Bollea Road Bridge (29C-413) under the Federal Highway Bridge Program (HBP).  

The selected consulting firm will perform professional and technical engineering services for the replacement of the existing Bollea Road Bridge (29C-413) over Bear Creek.  The purpose of the project is to replace the existing single span structure with the preferred alternative bridge type to provide safety and capacity improvements that will meet current American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Standards.  

County environmental staff will be preparing and submitting all NEPA & CEQA documents as well as any necessary permit applications with regulating agencies. Consultant will be working closely with County staff to provide any needed support.

Required Services:

The services to be provided will include, but are not limited to:

Surveying

Geotechnical

Hydrology and hydraulics

Right-of-way engineering

Structural and roadway design

Utility coordination

• Preparation of PS&E

•Preparation of construction staging & traffic control

• Project reporting and administration

Post award services

Schedule estimates  

RFP Release:  Mid 2014

The Request for Proposals (RFP) will specify requirements for the documents to be submitted and describe the selection process.  Prior to the RFP release date, interested firms may direct any questions to Mahmoud Saqqa, Senior Bridge Engineer, as indicated above.  Following the release of the RFP, inquiries will be referred to SJCDPW staff members who administer the selection process.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BRIDGE ENGINEERING DESIGN SERVICES FOR THE MOVABLE SPAN BRIDGES: ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL REPAIR PROJECT 
For more information contact Mahmoud Saqqa at (209) 468-8924 or
msaqqa@sjgov.org

 Project Description:  

The San Joaquin County Department of Public Works (SJCDPW) will be requesting proposals from engineering consulting firms to provide bridge engineering design services under the Federal Highway Bridge Program (HBP) for the Movable Span Bridges: Electrical and Mechanical Repair Project.  San Joaquin County has five movable span bridges that are aging and have periodically malfunctioned either by being unable to close for vehicular traffic or open for mariners and barges, as well as the U.S. Coast Guard.  The five movable bridges are: Tracy Blvd Bridge (29C-022) across Grant Line Canal, Eight Mile Road Bridge (29C-114) across Bishop Canal, Bacon Island Road Bridge (29C-108) across Middle River, Walnut Grove Bridge (29C-131) across Mokelumne River, and Eight Mile Road Bridge (29C-219) across Honker Cut.  In order to provide reliable operation of the bridges, the purpose of the project is to provide engineering design for the preventive maintenance or repair of the mechanical and electrical components of the movable span bridges.  

The selected consulting firm will evaluate the recommended repair work for the movable span bridges identified in the inspection report and prepare PS&E for the mechanical and electrical repair work. 

Required Services:

The services to be provided may include, but are not limited to:

 

·         Evaluation of the recommended repair work identified in the inspection report

·         Retainage of a qualified electrical and mechanical engineer in the movable bridge component design discipline

·         Surveying and/or mapping of the bridge components

·         Public outreach coordination

·         NEPA/CEQA Environmental documentation

·         Coordination with permitting agencies

·         Right-of-way engineering

·         Structural, electrical, and mechanical design

·         Utility surveys and relocation plan

·         Coordination with U.S. Coast Guard

·         Project reporting and administration

·         Preparation of construction staging & traffic control

·         Preparation of a design criteria summary

·         Post award services

·         Schedule estimates

·         100% Plans, Specifications, and Engineer’s Estimate (PS&E) 

RFP Release:  Early 2015

The Request for Proposals (RFP) will specify requirements for the documents to be submitted and describe the selection process.  Prior to the RFP release date, interested consultants may direct any questions to Mahmoud Saqqa, Senior Bridge Engineer, as indicated above.  Following the release of the RFP, inquiries will be referred to SJCDPW staff members who administer the selection process.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ON-CALL TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING SERVICES

For more information, contact Firoz Vohra at (209) 468-3035 or electronically at:  fvohra@sjgov.org or as an alternate contact, Jeff Levers at (209) 953-7631 or electronically at: jlevers@sjgov.org

Project Description:

 

On-Call Transportation Engineers will prepare studies that assess the impacts of development projects on the existing and/or planned street system.

The San Joaquin County Department of Public Works (County) will release a Request for Qualifications to solicit transportation engineering consulting firms for the preparation of Development Traffic Impact Studies.   The professional services will consist of a range of engineering functions including:   preparation of a project scope, preparation of a draft and final study, and meetings with County staff.   The traffic studies are to be prepared under the direction of a Registered Traffic Engineer licensed in the State of California.

 

The County will request these services on an as-needed basis and intends to establish an On-Call list of four (4) to seven (7) consulting firms that will be used to perform these services. Whenever feasible, the County will select firms for specific projects on a rotating basis.   The County will use the resulting On-Call List for a minimum of two-years and may elect to extend its use for an additional year.

 

Services Needed:

•   California Licensed Traffic Engineer

•   California Licensed Professional Engineer

            •   Traffic impacts and mitigations, operations, and engineering analyses

                 (quantitative and qualitative).

•   Site reconnaissance/plan analysis

            •   Preparation of project scope including:
                        o  Project Understanding

o  Schedule

o  Cost

            •   Preparation of Traffic Impact Studies per the format specified in the latest

                  revision of the San Joaquin County Traffic Impact Study Guidelines

•   Travel forecasting

•   Traffic counts

•   Safety and Operation Recommendations

•   Development Fair Share Determinations

Projected Solicitation Start Date:  January 2015

 

**Disclaimer:  Solicitation information is provided as an informational service only.  It is intended to inform the consultant vendor community about future County projects that may best fit their area(s) of expertise, which will allow consultants to do any advance planning or research that may help prepare for a solicitation.  Please note that the standard business practice of the San Joaquin County Department of Public Works (SJCDPW) is not to meet with consultants and not to provide technical detail and information while a solicitation is ongoing.  SJCDPW reserves the right to change any or all part(s) of the solicitation information, and cancel any or all pending solicitation(s).

 

   
 
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