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CLOSED-Market Corridor Planning, Design & Environmental Services; RFQ #SDOT-18-022

Original Date Posted: August 8, 2018 1:13 pm


Due Date: 8/24/18 4:00 PM

CITY OF SEATTLE
REQUEST FOR STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS
CONSULTANT SERVICES
18-022, Market Corridor Planning, Design & Environmental Services 

The City of Seattle, through Seattle Department of Transportation, requests Statements of Qualifications (SOQ) from qualified engineering firms for SDOT 18-022 Market Corridor Planning, Design & Environmental Services.

This contract is estimated to be $1.35M to $2.8M with the time of performance expected to be between Q4 2018 and Q2 2022.

SCOPE OF WORK:

This will be a phased contract with a series of work authorizations. The first phase will be Conceptual Planning to 30% Design. Subsequent phase milestones typically include 60%, 90% and 100% design milestones as well as design support during construction.

SDOT has identified the following core functions in this scope of work:

  • Project Management
  • Traffic and parking data collection
  • Transportation and transit planning
  • Traffic/multimodal analysis and modeling
  • Civil engineering
  • Cost estimating
  • Signals and ITS design

A core function is an element of work that SDOT is certain will be performed and is substantive.  Consultants shall focus on the core functions when developing meaningful and realistic integration of WMBE roles in proposed Inclusion Plans. Additional areas of consultant support for this project include, but are not limited to:

•PS&E Development •Roadway and Pavement Design •Quality Control & Assurance
•Value Engineering & Constructability •Street and Pedestrian Lighting Design • Geotechnical & Structural Design
•Environmental Documentation & Permitting •Electrical & OCS/Trolley Wire Design •Stormwater & Stormwater Code Compliance
•Utilities Design •Site Preparation & Staging Plans •Urban & Landscape Design
•Right of Way Document Preparation and Support •Community Outreach Support & Visualizations •Design Support During Construction
•Coordination with other Agencies

5.1 Planning to 30% Design 

The first phase of this project will be to conduct planning and conceptual design services for the Market Corridor which follows the King County Metro Route 44 alignment.

This will require completion of the SDOT Project Definition Phase (0 -30% milestone). Key deliverables may include:

  • Existing Conditions Analysis
  • Alternatives Analysis Report
  • Traffic Analysis Report
  • Pavement Design Report
  • Drainage Report and Stormwater Facility Design
  • Scope of Work
  • Topographic Survey and Basemap
  • 30% Design Plans
  • Project Cost Estimate
  • Project Schedule
  • Funding Plan and Budget
  • Project Definition Memo (summarizing decisions from Project Definition phase)
  • Project Risk Register
  • King County Metro Coordination LogPublic involvement will be led through a separate contract. The CONSULTANT team will be expected to provide graphics, design information, and/or deliverables to support public involvement.  
  • Prepare 60, 90, 100%, and Advertisement Ready Plans, Specifications & Estimate (PS&E) packages complete with total project cost estimates, engineer’s estimate of construction cost, special provisions and complete project manual. Key deliverables may include:
  • 5.2 30% to Final Design
  • Work under this contract will build on findings of the Transit Corridor Improvement Project NW Market/45th Street completed October 2012. This study included a set of recommended transit speed and reliability improvements, some of which have already been implemented. Improvements from the 2012 project include bus stop closure/consolidation, transit signal priority, turn restrictions, transit/BAT lanes and intersection rechannelization.   Transit improvements identified will be validated through an existing conditions analysis and will form a starting point for the conceptual design.
  • General Plans (Cover sheet, Index, General Notes)
  • Survey Control Plans
  • Horizontal Alignment Plans
  • Site Prep Plans
  • Roadway, Paving and Grading Plans including sidewalks and ramps
  • Stormwater and Utility Plans
  • Channelization and Signing Plans
  • Landscape Plans
  • Traffic Signal, Street Lighting and Pedestrian Lighting Plans 
  • Services for construction support may include:
  • 5.3 Design Support During Construction
  • Preparing design addendum and change orders
  • Responding to contractor Requests for Information
  • Shop drawing submittal reviews    Attention: Dominic Kirangi P. O. Box 34996   
  • by 4:00 p.m., August 24, 2018.
  • Seattle, Washington 98124-4996
  • 700 Fifth Avenue, Suite 3800,
  • Hard copy SOQ’s must be received by the Seattle Department of Transportation
  • The Request for SOQ’s packet includes a more detailed Scope of Work, administrative requirements such as sub-consulting, insurance, selection process, schedule, etc.
  • NOTE: YOU MUST FORMALLY REGISTER AT EBID IF YOU WISH TO RECEIVE ADDENDUMS.
  • Interested qualified consultants request the Request for Qualifications packet at the following address: https://www.ebidexchange.com/seattle.

The City allows and will accept an electronic submittal per section 7.8 of the RFQ.

Any questions regarding this Request for SOQ’s may be submitted via eBid eXchange. Response to questions will be provided via eBid Addendum. 

Dates of publication: August 6, 2018, and August 9, 2018.

 

Click here to download the RFQ

 

 


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