Project Title
UW Burke-Gilman Trail Corridor Phase 1 Project No: 203801
Type of Post
Request for quotes
Project Owner
University of Washington
Link to original solicitation
Estimated Contract Value
> $1,000,000
Bid Close: Date and Time
3:00 p.m. on July 15, 2015
Specific instructions: bid closing, mandatory meeting, bonding, insurance…
Date of Pre-Bid Conference: June 25, 2015
Additional documentation links and their importance.
See advertisement
Subcontractor / Supplier Goals, Set Asides, Preferences
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Proposal Bond requirement
Safety Plans requirement
Subject to DOT DBE regulation
Scope of work
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The project includes but is not necessarily limited to the following work:
Demolish and replace approximately 1,000 LF of the existing  Burke-Gilman Trail between 15th Ave NE and Pacific Place NE on the University of Washington Campus in the City of Seattle. Specifically, the project includes demolition of existing trail, clearing and grubbing, new storm drainage system, new steel stair from Pacific Street to trail level, metal railings for retaining walls and slopes, excavation and haul of contaminated soils, structural earth retaining walls, cast-in-place retaining walls, new asphalt and concrete pavement, landscaping, irrigation, lighting, bike enclosure structure, prefabricated bike shelters and racks and traffic control throughout the full period of the project.

Point of contact – Please include their name, job title, phone, fax, and email address.
Please direct questions regarding this project to:
Consultant: KPFF, Inc.
Puja Shaw
206-622-5822Project Manager: Victoria MorrisUWPD CPO

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