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EVENT

TITLE:

  Cape Fear Public Utility Authority-RFQ for Engineering Services

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WHEN:

  Thursday, June 01, 2017

WHERE:

  Wilmington, NC  (more detail)

CATEGOR(IES):

  Bid Opportunities

DESCRIPTION

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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS

FOR

ENGINEERING SERVICES ASSOCIATED WITH

PUMP STATION REPLACEMENTS AND FORCE MAIN

REHABILITATION PROJECT

GENERAL

Cape Fear Public Utility Authority (CFPUA) desires to contract with a consultant for professional engineering services associated with existing dry-pit pumping stations and discharge force mains constructed between 1967 and 1987.

PROJECT SCOPE AND FUNDING

Existing pumps are located inside steel can, dry-pit structures. The project will design and construct stations to meet current North Carolina regulations and standards but will not increase their firm pumping capacity. In addition, the project will replace or rehabilitate approximately 2,910 linear feet of force mains to extend their life and reduce the probability of sanitary sewer overflows due to failures. Force main diameters will be like-size rehabilitation or replacement. Force mains associated with pump stations 5 and 21 were previously replaced and not included in the project scope. CFPUA has been offered up to $4,427,894 in eligible State Reserve Project Grant funds to plan, design, and construct the project. CFPUA’s total project cost estimate is $8,855,788. CFPUA will assign an in-house project manager to coordinate with the selected consulting engineer through the various project steps and phases. The consulting engineer will provide overall project management responsibility and grant administration effort as part of its scope of work. The initial scope is to submit an Engineering Report/Environmental Information Document ER/EID for review and approval by the Division of Water Infrastructure (DWI) review no later than June 1, 2017. This will be followed by design and bidding phases. Construction phase services will be determined after DWI and CFPUA approval of the final plans. The funding program requires projects to be awarded for construction within 24 months of the date of the letter of intent to fund (LOIF) and has specific milestones as follows:

1. Engineering Report Submittal June 1, 2017

2. Engineering Report Approval November 1, 2017

3. Bid and Design Package Submittal May 1, 2018

4. Bid and Design Package Approval September 4, 2018

5. Advertise Project, Receive Bids, Submit Bid Information, and Receive Authority to Award January 4, 2019

6. Execute Construction Contracts February 4, 2019

 

 

 

 

LOCATION

VENUE:

  Wilmington, NC

ADDRESS:

 

CITY:

  Wilmington

STATE:

  NC

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