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    Deputy Director – Engineering
    Michael Selling
    1810 East Hazelton Avenue
    Stockton, CA 95205
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PENDING SOLICITATIONS**

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BRIDGE ENGINEERING DESIGN SERVICES FOR THE PEZZI ROAD BRIDGE (29C-199) REPLACEMENT PROJECT OVER CALAVERAS RIVER
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 Pezzi Road Bridge Replacement Project over Calaveras River.  The purpose of the project is to replace the existing multi-span Reinforced Concrete (RC) T-girder structure on RC column bents and diaphragm abutments.

The selected consulting firm will utilize the feasibility report developed in phase I of the project to complete this phase (Phase II) of the project.  Phase II will consists of obtaining environmental clearance, performing engineering studies, completing final PS&E, and obtaining permits for the bridge replacement project.

SJCDPW will select the top qualified firm to provide design engineering services for the Pezzi Road Bridge Replacement Project over Calaveras River.

Required Services:

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

·         Prepare bridge type selection report and cost comparison based on the feasibility study and select the prefer structure type.

·         Surveying

·         Geotechnical

·         Hydrology and Hydraulics

·         Public outreach coordination

·         NEPA/CEQA Environmental documentation

·         Coordination with permitting agencies and preparation of permit application from regulatory agencies.

·         Right-of-way acquisition

·         Structural and roadway design

·         Utility surveys, coordination and relocation plans

·         Project reporting and administration

·         Preparation of construction staging & traffic control

·         Preparation of a design criteria summary report

·         Post award services

·         Schedule estimates

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

The Request for Proposals (RFP) will specify requirements for the documents to be submitted and describe the selection process.  Prior to the RFP release, 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.

RFP Release:  Early 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR THE McHENRY CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENT PROJECT
For more information contact Najee Zarif at (209) 468-3014 or nzarif@sjgov.org  

Project Description:

The San Joaquin County Department of Public Works (SJCDPW) will be requesting proposals from construction management firms to provide construction management services for the McHenry Corridor Improvement Project under the Federal Highway Bridge Program (HBP) and Caltrans Local Procedures Manual (LAPM).  The McHenry Corridor Improvement Project is comprised of four components:

 

1.     Improvement to the McHenry Avenue from south of Stanislaus River to Jones Avenue at the City of Escalon.

2.     Replacement of McHenry Avenue Bridge (38C-032) over Stanislaus River,

3.     Replacement of McHenry Avenue Bridge (29C-166) over the South San Joaquin Irrigation District Canal, and

4.     McHenry and River Road intersection traffic signal Improvement

 

The requested services shall be in two phases.  SJCDPW will select one qualified consultant for both phases of the Project.  Each phase will be initiated by separate Notice to Proceed issued by SJCDPW.

 

Phase I will include constructability review.  For Phase I, SJCDPW will establish a Purchase Order Agreement with the highest ranked consultant for Project.  Once Phase #1 is complete, SJCDPW will request for authorization for construction from Caltrans/Federal Highway Agency to initiate Phase II of the Project.

 

SJCDPW will enter into a consultant services agreement with the selected consultant for Phase II.  Phase II will include the following services, but is not limited to:

  • Resident Engineer (California license)
  • Construction Management
  • Inspection
  • Surveying
  • Construction Staking
  • Materials Testing
  • Contract Administration
  • Project Records Services

RFP Release:  April 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 firms may direct any questions to Najee Zarif, Engineering Services Manager, as indicated above.  Following the release of the RFP, inquiries will be referred to SJCDPW staff members who administer the selection process.

 

 

 

**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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