Bids List for Capital Improvement Projects

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Date BidStatusProjIDTitleDescription
10/25/2017Image
Completed
02161Emergency Storm Drain Repair- Melbrook WayThe purpose of this emergency project is to repair a failed storm drain outfall and restabilize the creek bank using rip-rap armoring. Construction work is scheduled for approximately 10 working days (weather permitting). Work began on Monday, October 30, 2017.
10/24/2017Image
Proposed
01869Crosswalk Enhancements Throughout Santa RosaThe purpose of this project is to enhance pedestrian crossings and bring additional awareness to drivers of potential pedestrian use.
09/06/2017Image
Construction
01459Mohawk Lift Station and Forcemain Realignment - Phase IIThis project replaces aged sewer mains and antiquated water mains in Yuma St between Seneca Ln and Sioux St, in all of Sioux St, and in Mohawk St between Cherokee Ave and Comanche St. This project will remove approximately 70 homes from the Mohawk Lift station sewer shed. All streets will be reconstructed. In addition, the Mohawk Lift station will be upgraded to replace the deteriorated wet well and to install newer more efficient pumps.
08/29/2017Image
Construction
01817Fulton Rd Sidewalk Improvements - College Ave to Santa Rosa Creek TrailThis project will provide sidewalk along the west side of Fulton Road from College Avenue to the existing driveway for the Santa Rosa Creek Trail.
08/22/2017Image
Construction
01839Farmers Ln Well Facility RehabilitationThe Farmers Lane Wells and Treatment Plant needs rehabilitation to restore the wells production capacity. This project focuses on the needed rehabilitation for the well facilities with a separate project to focus on the treatment plant rehabilitation in FY 18/19. The work to be completed for rehabilitating the wells includes replacing the existing pumps with a submersible pump at W4-1 and a vertical in-line pump at W4-2; installing new electrical service; and replacing/expanding the buildings to house the new electrical components on-site.
08/10/2017Image
Construction
02081Post Ct and Simpson Pl Sewer ReplacementsPost Ct Sewer Replacement: Post court involves replacement of 130 feet in Fernglen (PTP) and approximately 150 feet of sewer main in Post court along with 6 sewer laterals to be replaced. Post Court will be reconstructed, 8" sewer main to be installed. Simpson Place Sewer Main Replacement Replace approximately 310 feet of sewer main. This project is located in the Lincoln Manor section of Simpson Pl. The purpose of this project is to eliminate dips and deteriorated invert in existing AC pipe.
07/27/2017Image
Construction
02144Water Main Lowering- Rose AvenueWater main lowering on Rose Avenue to facilitate the roadway reconstruction portion of the Stony Point Road Widening and Reconstruction Phase 2 Sebastopol Road to Hearn Ave project (PID 727).
07/11/2017Image
Construction
01896W 6th St at Madison St Sewer and Water ImprovementsThis project replaces aged sewer and water mains and will reduce system maintenance costs. All mains and laterals will be replaced and the pavement area will be reconstructed.
07/05/2017Image
Completed
01964SMART Bus Turnout - Guerneville RoadThis project will construct a bus turnout on Guerneville between the SMART rail and Herbert Lane. This is to be constructed prior to the implementation of rail passenger service and will accommodate the potential for up to 2 buses to stage in the turnout. The project will consist of an approximately 150 foot long turnout, the reconstruction of curb, gutter, and sidewalk, the relocation of a streetlight, power pole, tree removal and the installation of bus shelters. The bike lane will remain in its current alignment. Right of way has been acquired for this project.
06/29/2017Image
Construction
02079Farmers Lane Well Facility Pump Replacement ProjectIn order to meet the proposed construction schedule for the Farmers Lane Well Rehabilitation Project, the well pumps will need to be pre-purchased due to the long lead time. A submersible pump is planned to be installed in W4-1 with a nominal pumping capacity of about 840 gpm. A vertical turbine pump is planned to be installed in W4-2 with a nominal capacity of about 1,660 gpm, providing a total capacity of 2,500 gpm.
06/20/2017Image
Construction
02015Seal Coat Water and Sewer Stations, Fire Training Center, and Parking Lots 13,14 & DepotIn an effort to preserve paved areas around City of Santa Rosa infrastructure, the City plans to slurry seal paved areas around several water reservoir and sewer and water pump station locations as well as the Santa Rosa Fire Department's fire training center. Slurry seal is a thin coat (T=0.25") of asphaltic emulsion and fine aggregate that covers exposed aggregate, seals cracks, prevents moisture intrusion and increases skid resistance. Please click the link below titled "Seal Coat Water and Sewer Stations, Fire Training Center, and Parking Lots 13, 14 & Depot Addresses" for name and address of each project site.
05/19/2017Image
Construction
00568Seismic Upgrades and Improvements Phase 4 - R3, R7 & R12B And Various Other Site Improvements - S1, S2, R6 & R12AThis project involves seismic retrofits and structural improvement upgrades to water reservoirs (R3, R7, R12B) to meet current seismic safety codes and requirements. In addition, site improvements addressing site security at R12A and minor drainage and accessibility concerns are proposed at each site, as well as coating improvements to the roof of water reservoir R6.
05/17/2017Image
Construction
01944Sewer Main Lining, Manhole and Lateral Rehab At Various Locations 2016This project will focus on the rehabilitation and/or improvement of sewer mains at various locations in the city. The project will rehabilitate approximately 5,685 feet of pipeline by cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) lining inserted into the existing sewer main pipe at 11 locations throughout the city; 41 manholes are to be rehabilitated and/or improved that are either connected to the pipelines to be CIPP lined or at locations selected by the City; and 6 sewer laterals are to be rehabilitated at three of the project locations.
05/16/2017Image
Completed
02099Annual Slurry Seal 2017The purpose of this slurry seal project is to restore the pavement's ability to prevent water intrusion, correct minor cracking and improve skid resistance. This procedure includes covering (primarily residential) city streets with a thin, quarter-inch roadway coating of liquid asphalt and sand. Priorities for street selections are established by the Pavement Management System.
05/04/2017Image
Completed
01952Geysers Pipeline Stabilization - Eastside RoadThis project will address a 150' section of the Geysers pipeline alignment along Eastside Road.
05/04/2017Image
Construction
01570Spring Lake Lift Station ImprovementsA geotechnical investigation has provided a design scope to repair ground settlement at the Spring Lake Lift Station. This project will remove several feet of soil and replace it with a suitable compacted granular fill. Upgrades to the lift station will include new controls, backup generator, lighting, fencing, and a new concrete pad for the station with asphalt concrete pavement on the remainder of the site.
04/27/2017Image
Construction
01870Santa Rosa Cmplt Sts Road Diet on Transit CorridorThis project will repave W. Third Street from 1,100 feet west of Dutton Avenue to Roberts Avenue and Mendocino Avenue from Steele Lane to Administration Drive. Curb ramps will be constructed to meet current standards in both locations. W. Third Street will be restriped to include a single travel lane in each direction, a two-way center turn lane, Class-2 bicycle lanes and street parking.
04/25/2017Image
Construction
02086Neighborhood Streets Initiative and Roseland Street OverlayThis project will rehabilitate approximately 2.35 miles of selected city streets. Proposed improvements vary between roadway reconstruction and asphalt concrete overlay. Curb ramps within the project limits will be upgraded to the current ADA standards, a total of 73 ramps. All existing striping will be reinstalled once the streets are resurfaced.
04/12/2017Image
Completed
01137Bridge Repair - Deck TreatmentProject provides preventive maintenance for concrete bridge decks ensuring long-term durability and prevention of deterioration due to rebar corrosion for six bridges.

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