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File #: 21-573    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Scope of Work Status: Passed
File created: 11/1/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 11/8/2021 Final action: 11/8/2021
Title: Approve Scope of Work for the Request for Proposals for Engineering and Design Services for the 2022 Streets Project
Indexes: Shared - Citywide, Street Maintenance, Street Traffic & Safety
Attachments: 1. Design RFP Scope of Work Streets 2022

Title

Approve Scope of Work for the Request for Proposals for Engineering and Design Services for the 2022 Streets Project

 

Summary

The 2022 Streets Project is a combination of three projects programmed in the City’s 2021-2025 Capital Improvement Program (CIP). City staff determined that joining several smaller projects into one large project is administratively more efficient than trying to process multiple small projects at the same time. The streets rehabilitation project consists of three components as described in the Request for Proposals (RFP).

 

This project will rehabilitate pavement of up to eight (8) streets throughout the City and incorporates the previously programmed street striping project, bollard installation, and crosswalk rehabilitation in the downtown pedestrian core. Since this streets project includes rehab of much of Franklin Street including the Central Business District corridor and striping, the stamped crosswalks project previously programmed in the five-year CIP look ahead needed to be including into the scope. Rehabilitating the stamped asphalt crosswalks in downtown will ensure their long-term viability. Many of the crosswalks were last rehabilitated in 2012 and are now showing signs of wear and are ready for another round of rehabilitation. The project is funded with a combination of sources including the Local Partnership Program (LPP) of SB-1 ($600,000) and D1 RSTP ($206,405) Street Sales Tax ($1,270,595).