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CIP#899A Acequia Trail Extension from Rufina St. to San Felipe Rd

Bid Number: 22/10/P
Status: Closed
Close Date: 10/14/2021 3:00 PM
Project Manager:
Romella Glorioso-Moss
(505) 955-6623
Proposal Submission Information:
See Bid/RFP documents for additional submission details.
City of Santa Fe Purchasing Office purchasing@santafenm.gov

The Contractor shall provide design engineering and construction management services for the City in connection to CIP#899A Acequia Trail Project from Rufina Street to San Felipe (the "Project") comprised of the following phases and tasks thereunder:

PHASE I – STUDY

1. Environmental Investigations and Documentation

2. Property Ownership, Location Survey and Mapping

3. Coordination

4. Public Involvement

PHASE II – PRELIMINARY & FINAL DESIGN

1. Property Ownership Maps

2. Utility Designation, Location, and Mapping

3. Preliminary and Final Drainage Report

4. Geotechnical Investigations

5. Preliminary Design Plans

6. Right-of-Way Design

7. Final Design

8. Coordination

9. Public Involvement

PHASE III – BIDDING SERVICES

1. Environmental Investigations and Documentation

2. Construction Bid Documents

PHASE IV – CONSTRUCTION SERVICES (IF REQUIRED)

1. Construction Engineering and Management

2. Public Involvement

PHASE I – STUDY

1. Environmental Investigations and Documentation

Prepare environmental document that is appropriate for this project. The Consultant will select logical termini for addressing environmental concerns on a sufficiently broad scope. The environmental document shall be prepared in accordance with the NMSHTD Action Plan, FHWA Technical Advisory T 6640.8A, 23CFR Part 771 and other applicable guidelines and regulations. The environmental document shall address: the purpose of the assessment; the need for the project; project history; impacts to the natural and human environment; appropriate mitigation measures; public involvement, and coordination with federal, state, city, and county agencies, railroad companies and other entities.

 

Related Documents:
22/10/P [3.3 MB]

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