Construction Management and Construction Inspection Services East Liberty Penn Circle: Two-Way Conversion Site Preparation Contract No. 6
The Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh (URA) is seeking proposals for a construction
management and inspection firm (Firm) to oversee the construction of the East Liberty Penn
Circle: Two-Way Conversion Site Preparation Contract No. 6 project in the 11th Ward of the City of Pittsburgh (City) in the East Liberty neighborhood. For the construction contract, the URA will be requiring all respondents to be PennDOT prequalified contractors. The Firm is required to provide a staff knowledgeable of PennDOT publications and road construction standards. The construction work consists of but is not limited to grading, installation of storm drainage appurtenances, concrete pavement and base, asphalt pavement and base, streetlights, sidewalks, curbs, ADA accessible ramps, landscaping, traffic signals, roadway widening, sidewalk corner concrete bump outs, new bicycle infrastructure, and pavement markings. The cost of the improvements for the project is estimated at $5,000,000.
Proposals will only be accepted through Ion Wave Technology (IWT). Submit proposals no later than Wednesday, October 13, 2021, at 2:00 p.m. ET. Please submit responses in one compiled PDF.
All questions regarding this RFP should be submitted through the Ion Wave Technology (IWT) platform. The last day for submitting questions will be five business days prior to the due date
The URA anticipates selecting a construction management/inspection Firm in November 2021.
Resources & Addendums
(RFP) CM/CI SERVICES TIMELINE
- RFP Issue Date: Tuesday, September 14, 2021
- Pre-Proposal Meeting Date: Wednesday, September 29, 2021, at 1:00 p.m. ET on (ZOOM)
- Proposal Due Date: Wednesday, October 13, 2021, at 2:00 p.m. ET
The roadway conversion has been planned at this location for many years, and the public and private developers are eager to see it to completion. The roadway conversion is the culmination of a public input process and extensive coordination with DOMI, the PWSA, PennDOT, and BikePGH. It will meet the community needs by providing shorter pedestrian crossings, bicycle network connectivity, new pedestrian and bicycle signalization, and decreased traffic speed and volume through the corridor. The block between Baum Boulevard and Centre Avenue (adjacent to the existing Whole Foods) will be turned over to PennDOT. The rest of the cartway will be turned over to the City
CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT/CONSTRUCTION INPSECTION SERVICES
The Firm will be required to execute a COVID-19 Indemnity Agreement with the URA prior to the issuance of the Notice to Proceed. The Firm is required to follow all State and City mandated
COVID-19 safety protocols as stated as such in the Indemnity Agreement. Refer to Exhibit B for an example agreement template. The Agreement will be updated to reflect the mandated protocols at the time of contract agreement and will be updated throughout the contract to reflect any changes in the mandated protocols.