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Bid Title: East Campbell Avenue Plan Line - Project 19-GG
Category: Request for Proposals (RFP)
Status: Open

Description:

The City of Campbell is pleased to announce a request for proposals to provide engineering design services for the East Campbell Avenue Plan Line Project. Proposed professional services include geometric design services, consisting of alternate plan line scenarios with cross-sections, transportation and circulation analysis based on a review of traffic operations for each alternative, and a report with recommendations. Assume an available budget of $90,000 when determining the level of effort needed in responding to this RFP. The selected firm will be responsible for developing alternate plan line scenarios, recommendations, and a summary report that ultimately will guide the design for street improvement projects on East Campbell Avenue between Railway Avenue and Bascom Avenue that meets the intent of the East Campbell Avenue Master Plan including elements for a multimodal transportation system.



Publication Date/Time:
10/31/2019 12:00 AM
Closing Date/Time:
Open Until Contracted
Bid Opening Information:
November 20, 2019 @ 3:00 PM
Contact Person:
Michael DeLeon
City of Campbell
70 N. First Street
Campbell, CA 95008
408-866-2162
Michaeld@campbellca.gov
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Fee:
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Qualifications:
A highly qualified team will consist of Professional Civil Engineers and Transportation Engineers with experience in designing street corridor plan lines and geometric designs with an understanding in incorporating complete streets design elements. The prime CONSULTANT shall have at least five (5) years of experience in these activities. The CONSULTANT should have expertise in civil and transportation engineering design and alternatives analysis based on street cross sections and traffic operations analysis. If necessary, ability to review and perform traffic operations analysis based on traffic simulation software like Synchro. City will furnish Synchro files and current traffic counts. CONSULTANT is expected only to edit traffic volumes in current Synchro files.
Miscellaneous:
The intent of the East Campbell Avenue Master Plan is to tie historic Downtown Campbell to the Pruneyard office and shopping center, thereby creating a more connected, attractive, and functional corridor. This plan addresses a number of priorities (such as on-street parking, pedestrian accommodations, and automobile efficiency) along East Campbell Avenue from Railway Avenue to Union Avenue that are competing for limited roadway space. The plan provides a snapshot of the corridor’s future geometrics but does not provide a path from existing geometrics to the ultimate planned configuration. The East Campbell Avenue Plan Line Project seeks to determine geometric alternatives and right-of-way requirements and the path that will be used to transition from existing geometrics to the ultimate configuration as development applications continue to be submitted for review.
To prepare the corridor for future design, sufficient right-of-way is needed to accommodate the desired roadway improvements such as on-street parking, bicycle and pedestrian accommodations, and travel lanes on Campbell Avenue. For example the East Campbell Avenue Master Plan’s recommended improvements includes the elimination of left-turn lanes from Dillon Avenue to Gilman Avenue which could affect queue storage and lead to continual blockage of the number 1 through lanes in each direction of Campbell Avenue. The Consultant should be able to review the findings from available traffic operations analysis to understand the implications of the planned improvements of each alternative studied in this project.

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