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401 - SALMON LAKE - April 17, 2019

Notifications

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Submitted: Wednesday    06-FEB-2019 11:43 A M
The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) is accepting Statement of Qualifications (SOQs) from entities (Proposers) interested in providing Construction Manager / General Contractor (CM/GC) services for the project identified below.  Proposers are encouraged to submit a Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) response electronically to STATE OF MONTANA FILE TRANSFER SERVICE , or in hard copy to the Montana Department of Transportation – Engineering Division, Engineering Construction Contracting Bureau, Room 101, 2701 Prospect Avenue, Helena, Montana by 11:00 a.m., local time on February 27, 2019. Electronic submittals must be one single pdf file.

Salmon Lake
STPP 83-1(35)5
This project includes preconstruction services and the option for construction services to reconstruct Highway 83 along Salmon Lake.  The purpose of the project is to improve the roadway safety by accommodating projected traffic volumes and improving shoulder widths.  The project is located on MT-83 (P-83) between RP 4.83± and 8.99±.  The horizontal and vertical alignment may need to be adjusted to facilitate the new improvements.

The project RFQ is at the following link:
  RFQ

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Submitted: Friday   15-MAR-2019 04:20 PM 
SOQ RANKED SHORT LIST
1  -  Kiewit Infrastructure Co.
2  -  Schellinger Construction Co., Inc.
3  -  LHC, Inc.
4  -  Riverside Contracting, Inc.
5  -  Wickens Construction, Inc.


Addendums

No Addendums available for this project.


Clarifications

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Submitted: Friday   29-MAR-2019 11:10 AM 
Following up the March 28, 2019 pre-proposal meeting, we are providing additional data for your information:
Geotechnical data
Control, cadastral and engineering survey data
Ownership reports
Phase 1 Subsurface Utility Engineering Report
Cultural Resource Report
Initial Site Assessment

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Submitted: Monday   01-APR-2019 08:30 AM  
The files linked below represent the as-built drawings for the structures. MDT provides them for informational purposes only. They do not include drawings for modifications to the structures, such as joint replacements and guardrail revisions and may not completely represent current conditions. Thus, some of the information contained in these documents may be out of date or not applicable with regard to the advertised project. The contractor should not rely solely on the as-built drawings provided for bidding purposes nor does any data in these files supersede the data in the contract documents.  AS-BUILTS


Questions

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Submitted: Monday    11-FEB-2019 10:18 AM
Company: Pivotal Marketing Partners
Contact: Mara Prendergast
As with the Clark Fork SOQ submission, will MDT accept 11x17 size pages for the Salmon Lake SOQ (STPP-F 83-1(35)5) that is due 2/27 at 11 am?
Answer
Submitted: Monday  11-FEB-2019 03:45 PM
Yes, 11" x 17" sheets will be allowed only if necessary to illustrate organizational charts, graphs, or matrices. Use of the oversize sheets for the purposes of simply adding text is discouraged and may be scored accordingly.

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Submitted: Monday    18-FEB-2019 01:56 PM
Company: Wickens Construction Inc.
Contact: Michael Lutes
Please provide a payment structure for the tentative schedule of events. Will there be a stipend similar to design-build projects?
Answer
Submitted: Tuesday  19-FEB-2019 07:45 AM
The CM/GC process does not include a stipend payment.

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Submitted: Tuesday   19-FEB-2019 02:59 PM  
Company: LHC, Inc  
Contact: David Steely  
Has a preliminary EIS for the project been completed or is there any other information available for the proposers to be able to review?
Answer
Submitted: Tuesday   21-FEB-2019 02:55 PM  
There is no additional environmental information available other than the narrative provided in the June 4, 2013 Project Split Report that was included in the RFQ.  The environmental document will be completed by the design consultant.

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Submitted: Thursday  21-FEB-2019 03:43 PM
Company: Schellinger Construction Company, Inc.
Contact: Mark Cyr
If a Proposer plans to utilize an employee from another Company as one of the Key Personnel on the CM/GC team, is the proposer required to include a SOQ transmittal letter that identifies the legal entity (business structure) authorized to render the CM/GC services from that company? Is the proposer required to form a legal partnership or joint venture with that company?
Answer
Submitted: Friday  22-FEB-2019 01:59 PM
No, the SOQ Transmittal letter is to identify the legal entity (business structure) of the contractor providing the CM/GC services.  All Key Personnel on a CM/GC team must be exclusive to a single Proposer.   The prime contractor and/or their key personnel cannot join with or be listed on another CM/GC team.  Receipt of multiple SOQ from one proposer will disqualify the proposer. A joint venture is not required.

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Submitted: Monday  08-APR-2019 11:32 AM
Company: Pivotal Marketing Partners
Contact: Mara Prendergast
As with the Clark Fork Proposal submission, will MDT accept 11x17 size pages for the Salmon Lake Proposal (STPP-F 83-1(35)5) that is due 4/17 at 11 am?

Answer
Submitted: Monday  08-APR-2019 02:50 PM

Proposal Submittal  (Page 27 in the Request for Proposals)
Proposers must comply with the following proposal requirements.  Please note that the primary focus of this evaluation will be the Proposers’ capabilities.
 
The electronic technical proposal written text will have a minimum font size of ten. The proposal written content will be set up for 8½” x 11” printing parameters except that schedules and design plan sheets can be formatted to print on 11” x 17” paper. 

201 - BLUE CREEK ROAD - BILLINGS (3 TIED PROJECTS) - April 25, 2019

Notifications

No Notices available for this project.


Addendums

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Submitted: Thursday 18-APR-2019 2:11 PM 
An Addendum has been posted for this project: ADDENDUM
To download the addendum bid files, click here: BID FILES


Clarifications

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Submitted: Monday  15-APR-2019 02:03 PM
A conflict with the transition to overlay at the beginning of the project was recently identified.  The overlay will not work with the median curb and curb and gutter at the intersection with Midland Rd and the South Frontage Road.  The plans have been updated to show a mill/fill from RP 0.130 to RP 0.207 and beginning the transition from mill to overlay at RP 0.207.  As a result several plan sheets have been revised and surfacing and pavement marking quantities will be updated by Addendum.  Revised sheets and a list of changes can be found at the following links:  
REVISED PLAN SHEETS 3-5, 9-11 & 14
EXPLANATION OF PLAN CHANGES

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Submitted: Monday  22-APR-2019 12:05 PM
The supplemental specification for Subsection 104.02.3 Significant Changes in the Character of Work incorrectly refers to Subsection 104.03.2. Both occurrences of 104.03.2 are hereby changed to 104.02.3.


Questions

No Questions available for this project.

202 - MT-43 BRIDGE DECKS - April 25, 2019

Notifications

No Notices available for this project.


Addendums

No Addendums available for this project.


Clarifications

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Submitted: Wednesday 17-APR-2019 12:18 PM 
The table in Special Provision No.32 FRP REINFORCEMENT, Paragraph B. 1) Materials, is replaced with the following: 

Name Company Website
V-Wrap EG50 Structural Technologies, LLC structuraltechnologies.com
SikaWrap Hex 100G Sika Corporation sikausa.com
CSS-UGF27 Simpson Strong-Tie, Inc Strongtie.com/RPS
TYFO SHE-51A Fyfe Co. aegion.com

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Submitted: Monday  22-APR-2019 12:05 PM
The supplemental specification for Subsection 104.02.3 Significant Changes in the Character of Work incorrectly refers to Subsection 104.03.2. Both occurrences of 104.03.2 are hereby changed to 104.02.3.

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Submitted: Wednesday 24-APR-2019 10:45 AM
Cold Milling of the existing PMS surface is not measured for payment.  For informational purposes, the estimated quantity of cold milling is 1449.00 SQYD and cold milling depth as shown on Typical Section No. 2 (Plan Sheet 4) is 0.30 feet.  Include the cost of cold milling in Bid Item 401 020 055, COMMERCIAL MIX-3/8 IN-PG 64-28.


Questions

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Submitted: Wednesday 17-APR-2019 12:53 PM
Company: Dick Anderson
Contact: Estimating
On bridge #05868 the estimated bridge plan quantities on sheet B1 indicates 30 SY of painting. Special provision #34 states each bearing will be measured at .75 SY/ea. Where is the additional quantity located beyond the bearings? On bridge #05873 the estimated bridge plan quantities on sheet B1 indicates 50 SY of painting. Special provision #34 states each bearing will be measured at 1.50 SY/ea. Painting the 16 bearings leave 26 SY of painting to be performed on the riveted plate girders. Can MDT provide where this plate girder painting is needed so we can provide the needed access to these areas without making assumptions?

Answer
Submitted: Friday 19-APR-2019 11:05 AM
Bridge #05868: (5 bearings)*(8 Sets)*(0.75 SQYD) = 30 SQYD.
Bridge #05873: The remaining 26 SQYD of spot painting is anticipated to occur below the open deck joints at Bents No.1 and No.4 (Girders and Cross Frames).
The Project Manager will determine the actual spot painting locations, which could occur anywhere between the end bents.

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Submitted: Friday    19-APR-2019 12:07 PM  
Company: Jim Gilman Excavating, Inc.  
Contact: George Friez  
The bridges at RP 41.85 and RP 58.03 have asphalt paving off of both ends of the structures. Does the asphalt paving need to be completed on each lane while the temporary positive protection barrier is in place or can the lane be opened with a graveled or milled surface?
Answer
Submitted: Monday   22-APR-2019 08:15 AM
Complete final paving prior to opening the lane to traffic.  Temporary positive protection is not required to perform paving operations.

203 - SF 159 SANDERS LINCOLN SLOPE FLATTENING - April 25, 2019

Notifications

No Notices available for this project.


Addendums

No Addendums available for this project.


Clarifications

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Submitted: Monday  22-APR-2019 12:06 PM
The supplemental specification for Subsection 104.02.3 Significant Changes in the Character of Work incorrectly refers to Subsection 104.03.2. Both occurrences of 104.03.2 are hereby changed to 104.02.3.


Questions

No Questions available for this project.

204 - DRAINAGE - 6 MILES EAST GLENDIVE - April 25, 2019

Notifications

No Notices available for this project.


Addendums

No Addendums available for this project.


Clarifications

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Submitted: Monday  22-APR-2019 12:07 PM
The supplemental specification for Subsection 104.02.3 Significant Changes in the Character of Work incorrectly refers to Subsection 104.03.2. Both occurrences of 104.03.2 are hereby changed to 104.02.3.


Questions

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Submitted: Thursday  11-APR-2019 12:59 PM
Company: Battle Ridge Builders, LLC
Contact: Cody Ham
The existing bridge needs to be de-nested and bird deterrents installed on or by next Monday to comply with the migratory bird provisions if we want to start this project before August 1st, is this something the State can do? Otherwise it doesn't seem like the flex date doesn't apply.
Answer
Submitted: Monday  15-APR-2019 09:30 AM
This project doesn't require the Migratory Bird Treaty Act special provision.

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Submitted: Thursday  11-APR-2019 01:00 PM
Company: Battle Ridge Builders, LLC
Contact: Cody Ham
Just to confirm, is a SPA124 permit for temporary facilities necessary for the detour installation?
Answer
Submitted: Friday  12-APR-2019 01:20 PM
Yes, a temporary facility SPA-124 permit will be required to construct the detour. The SPA authorization (MDT-R7-31-2018) mentioned in Special Provision 11 only authorizes the permanent features. See Standard Specification 208.03.3 B regarding temporary facilities and construction activities. Also see Special Provision 13 regarding 404 temporary facility permitting, which is also required.

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Submitted: Wednesday 17-APR-2019 07:39 AM 
Company: MWHC 
Contact: Chris Connors
Special Provision #20 Sequence of Operations states that the detour is to be a single lane and to install the appropriate traffic control measures to ensure safe operation. Is it the Departments intent to use temporary traffic signals to accomplish this? The geometry and length of the detour combined with staged equipment may make it difficult for traffic to have a clear view of oncoming traffic from the opposite direction.
Answer
Submitted: Thursday 18-APR-2019 01:07 PM 
Temporary Traffic Signals or flaggers would be acceptable for this detour.

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Submitted: Monday    22-APR-2019 09:25 AM
Company: Forterra
Contact: Jared Masin
The Pre-cast 15'x8' double cell box is going to weight around 61,000 lbs a section. Is it possible to use two 15'x8' boxes side-by-side instead of one double cell box, to save on weight of each section?
Answer
Submitted: Wednesday    24-APR-2019 09:09 AM
Yes, two 15'x8' boxes side-by-side may be used.  Bid item will remain as Reinforced Concrete Box 15 x 8 dbl. - 87.00 LNFT.

205 - SF 169 HELENA SAFETY IMPROVEMENT (2 TIED PROJECTS) - April 25, 2019

Notifications

No Notices available for this project.


Addendums

No Addendums available for this project.


Clarifications

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Submitted: Monday  22-APR-2019 12:07 PM
The supplemental specification for Subsection 104.02.3 Significant Changes in the Character of Work incorrectly refers to Subsection 104.03.2. Both occurrences of 104.03.2 are hereby changed to 104.02.3.


Questions

No Questions available for this project.

101 - CLARK CANYON RES – BARRETTS - May 9, 2019

Notifications

No Notices available for this project.


Addendums

No Addendums available for this project.


Clarifications

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Submitted: Monday  22-APR-2019 12:03 PM
The supplemental specification for Subsection 104.02.3 Significant Changes in the Character of Work incorrectly refers to Subsection 104.03.2. Both occurrences of 104.03.2 are hereby changed to 104.02.3.


Questions

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Submitted: Thursday  18-APR-2019 11:56 AM
Company: Dick Anderson Construction
Contact: Estimating
Can MDT provide the existing plans as stated in sheet B3 of the plans?
Answer
Submitted: Friday  19-APR-2019 02:03 PM

As-builts for existing structures can be found on our Contractor's FTP site at the following link: AS-BUILTS
The files linked below represent the as-built drawings for the structures. MDT provides them for informational purposes only. They do not include drawings for modifications to the structures, such as joint replacements and guardrail revisions and may not completely represent current conditions. Thus, some of the information contained in these documents may be out of date or not applicable with regard to the advertised project. The contractor should not rely solely on the as-built drawings provided for bidding purposes nor does any data in these files supersede the data in the contract documents.

102 - SF-169 VALLEY SPUR INTX IMPRV - May 9, 2019

Notifications

No Notices available for this project.


Addendums

No Addendums available for this project.


Clarifications

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Submitted: Monday  22-APR-2019 12:04 PM
The supplemental specification for Subsection 104.02.3 Significant Changes in the Character of Work incorrectly refers to Subsection 104.03.2. Both occurrences of 104.03.2 are hereby changed to 104.02.3.


Questions

No Questions available for this project.

103 - BR PRES YELLOWSTONE GARDINER - May 9, 2019

Notifications

No Notices available for this project.


Addendums

No Addendums available for this project.


Clarifications

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Submitted: Monday  22-APR-2019 12:04 PM
The supplemental specification for Subsection 104.02.3 Significant Changes in the Character of Work incorrectly refers to Subsection 104.03.2. Both occurrences of 104.03.2 are hereby changed to 104.02.3.


Questions

No Questions available for this project.

301 - SF 149 - SOUTH OF STEVENSVILLE IMPROVEMENT - June 6, 2019

Notifications

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 Submitted: Thursday 07-MAR-2019 03:31 PM
The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) is soliciting construction and design services for the design-build project identified below. Contractor and consultant teams (Firms) are encouraged to submit a Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) response electronically to the email address in the RFQ or in hard copy to the Montana Department of Transportation – Engineering Division, Contract Plans Bureau, Room 101, 2701 Prospect, Helena, Montana by 11:00 a.m., local time on March 28, 2019 
 
This project includes the design and construction of highway improvements along Secondary 269 to provide enhanced roadside safety by providing wider shoulders and flatter slopes on both sides of the highway. The project is located between reference post 12.0 and reference post 18.1. The project is in Ravalli County between North Birch Creek Road and Pine Hollow Road.

The project RFQ is at the following link: RFQ

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Submitted: Wednesday   10-APR-2019 02:09 PM 
SOQ RANKED SHORT LIST

1 - FirstMark Construction/DOWL
2 - Knife River Corporation/WGM Group
3 - LHC, Inc./KLJ


Addendums

No Addendums available for this project.


Clarifications

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Submitted: Monday  22-APR-2019 12:08 PM
The supplemental specification for Subsection 104.02.3 Significant Changes in the Character of Work incorrectly refers to Subsection 104.03.2. Both occurrences of 104.03.2 are hereby changed to 104.02.3.


Questions

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Submitted: Monday    11-MAR-2019 05:07 PM  
Company: WGM Group  
Contact: Cody Thorson  
With resumes counting as page limits, and the staffing plan of the SOQ being counted with the Technical Proposal scoring, can the page limit of the SOQ be increased to 40 pages?
Answer
Submitted: Tuesday  12-MAR-2019 08:15 AM
Five (5) additional pages is added to the Statement of Qualifications page limit for a total page limit of 35 pages allowed.

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Submitted: Wednesday 13-MAR-2019 12:39 PM
Company: WGM Group
Contact: Cody Thorson
The RFQ states that initial survey data by MDT will be attached to the RFP. Can MDT please post this data including any Microstation files.

Answer
Submitted: Wednesday 13-MAR-2019 01:39 PM

SURVEY FILES
The preliminary survey files are now available in the Q&A forum.  We recommend caution when using these files as the information is dated and may not provide complete project coverage.  The Design-Build Firms’ herewith accept responsibility for the accuracy and completeness of the data.    The design files for the requested project are posted on the MDT FTP site for your use at:

The requested files do not represent the staked project, but are only design files. The Department cannot guarantee the accuracy of the electronic data, particularly as it may be called up by your computer, nor does any data in these files supersede the data in the contract documents. In addition, the Department will not make any revisions to the electronic files pertaining to the staked project, change ordered work, or changes that are made during construction to fit field conditions.

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Submitted: Thursday  21-MAR-2019 11:15 AM  
Company: WGM Group  
Contact: Cody Thorson  
The survey files posted on the Q and A reference DIMAPs, specifically 8914000DIMAP001.dgn and 8914000DIMAP002.dgn. These files, along with 8914000SACMA001.dgn were not included in the posted information. Can MDT provide these files?
Answer
Submitted: Friday  22-MAR-2019 08:58 AM
The preliminary survey files are now available in the Q&A forum.  We recommend caution when using these files as the information is dated and may not provide complete project coverage.  The Design-Build Firms’ herewith accept responsibility for the accuracy and completeness of the data.
   
SUPPLEMENTAL SURVEY

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Submitted: Thursday  21-MAR-2019 01:45 PM
Company: Schellinger Construction Company, Inc.
Contact: Mark Cyr
After reviewing the RFQ, our Engineering and Design firm decided to pull support for this project. This was due to the number of high-risk elements and the amount of risk that will be placed on the Design Build Team. We are still very interested in this project and have been actively pursuing a new firm. We have located a new firm that has agreed to team with us, if we can get an extension on the due date for the SOQ. Given these unfortunate circumstances were beyond our control, would MDT consider moving the SOQ response due date out to April 11, 2019?
Answer
Submitted: Thursday  21-MAR-2019 04:27 PM
Due to internal scheduling restrictions we are unable to reschedule the SOQ due date for this project.

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Submitted: Wednesday 17-APR-2019 09:52 AM 
Company: WGM Group 
Contact: Cody Thorson
The Preliminary Geotechnical Evaluation report included in the SOQ documents, section 4.0, references geotechnical borings scheduled to be completed in February 2016. Was this drilling performed, and if so can the information be provided?
Answer
Submitted: Wednesday 17-APR-2019 11:53 AM
A comprehensive geotechnical investigation has not been performed, however some preliminary subsurface information has been obtained. This information is provided at the following link:
SOIL SURVEY DATA
Attached are PDF Files of the available project alignment and/or structures geotechnical report(s), geotechnical report supplements, and geotechnical laboratory summaries.  There is remaining geotechnical information that is voluminous and very difficult to compile in a concise manner.  Contractors are welcome to come to MDT Headquarters to inspect rock samples taken for the project that are stored here or to look through the complete set of Geotechnical field investigation notes, laboratory testing, analytical, or other data in our project files.  It should be noted that the project may have undergone significant changes during the design process after the original geotechnical report and supplements were issued.  Thus, some of the information contained in these documents may be out of date or not applicable with regard to the advertised project. Some of the changes include, but are not limited to: Project splits (for funding, ROW issues, etc.) alignment and grade changes; and changes due to environmental factors (sensitive areas, etc.).

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Submitted: Tuesday   23-APR-2019 12:25 PM  
Company: WGM Group  
Contact: Cody Thorson  
Can MDT post the available crash data, including location and type of crashes, for the project corridor?

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Submitted: Wednesday 24-APR-2019 10:31 AM
Company: WGM Group 
Contact: Cody Thorson
Are teams allowed to contact adjacent landowners along the project corridor, that will likely have R/W impacts, prior to project Award?

Answer
Submitted: Wednesday 24-APR-2019 13:49 PM
MDT requests that the firms refrain from contacting landowners and the general public prior to the award of the project.

303 - CONRAD - SHELBY ADA UPGRADES - June 6, 2019

Notifications

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Submitted: Thursday 07-Mar-2019 03:35 PM
 The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) is soliciting construction and design services for the design-build project identified below. Contractor and consultant teams (Firms) are encouraged to submit a Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) response electronically to the email address in the RFQ or in hard copy to the Montana Department of Transportation – Engineering Division, Contract Plans Bureau, Room 101, 2701 Prospect, Helena, Montana by 11:00 a.m., local time on March 28, 2019

This project includes design and construction of ADA compliant sidewalk, ramps, and approaches along the following routes:

Not all intersections will be included in this project, a spreadsheet with the estimated sidewalk quantity and the number and location for ADA ramps and alleys are included herein.

The following preliminary scope of work items are anticipated for the proposed project and provided for informational purposes.

• In Shelby, the intersection upgrades are located along U.S. Highway 2 between Adams Avenue and 5th Avenue; at Montana Avenue, 1st Avenue, 2nd Avenue (Maple Avenue) and 3rd Avenue (Division Street); and on Oilfield Avenue from the intersection of 5th Street to 7th Street.

• In Fairfield, the intersection upgrades are located along Park Way (U.S. Highway 89) from 3rd Avenue South to 4th Avenue North.

• In Rudyard, the intersection upgrades are located along Reed Street (Main Street) from the intersection of 1st Avenue to 5th Avenue.

• In Conrad, the intersection upgrades are located along 4th Avenue Southwest from Sunset Boulevard and Main Street (Highway 91) and along Main Street (Highway 91) from 7th Avenue Southwest to 2nd Avenue Northwest.

• In Valier, the intersection upgrades are located along Montana Street from Teton Avenue to Railroad Avenue.

The project RFQ is at the following link: RFQ

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Submitted: Friday   12-APR-2019 02:37 PM 
SOQ RANKED SHORT LIST

1 - Riverside Contracting, Inc./DOWL, LLC
2 - Century Companies, Inc./Stahly Engineering & Associates
3 - Helena Sand & Gravel, Inc./TD&H/White Resources Group, Inc.
4 - United Materials of Great Falls, Inc./KLJ

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Submitted: Tuesday   16-APR-2019 09:05 AM 
A pre-proposal meeting is scheduled from 1:00 to 3:00 PM on April 23, 2019 in the Transportation Commission Room to review the RFP and address any questions regarding the project. Attendance at the pre-proposal meeting is mandatory and any short-listed Firm that fails to attend will be deemed non-responsive and automatically disqualified from further consideration.


Addendums

No Addendums available for this project.


Clarifications

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Submitted: Monday  22-APR-2019 12:08 PM
The supplemental specification for Subsection 104.02.3 Significant Changes in the Character of Work incorrectly refers to Subsection 104.03.2. Both occurrences of 104.03.2 are hereby changed to 104.02.3.


Questions

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Submitted: Saturday  23-MAR-2019 07:40 AM  
Company: Stahly Engineering  
Contact: Dave Gates
Please clarify the location and number of ramps on Main Street in Shelby. Subtotal (15) does not match total (19).
Answer
Submitted: Monday  25-MAR-2019 11:10 AM
The Main Street  actually has 16 ramps.  The amended spreadsheet is attached.
AMENDED SCOPE OF WORK SPREADSHEET

Revised Answer
Submitted: Tuesday  26-MAR-2019 05:45 PM
The Spreadsheet has been revised:
AMENDED SCOPE OF WORK SPREADSHEET.

402 - BBP - JOHNSON LANE INTERCHANGE - June 28, 2019

Notifications

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Submitted: Tuesday    23-APR-2019 09:32 A M
The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) is accepting Statement of Qualifications (SOQs) from entities (Proposers) interested in providing Construction Manager / General Contractor (CM/GC) services for the project identified below.  Proposers are encouraged to submit a Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) response electronically to STATE OF MONTANA FILE TRANSFER SERVICE , or in hard copy to the Montana Department of Transportation – Engineering Division, Engineering Construction Contracting Bureau, Room 101, 2701 Prospect Avenue, Helena, Montana by 11:00 a.m., local time on May 10, 2019. Electronic submittals must be one single pdf file.

BBP - Johnson Lane Interchange
NH-IM-MT-CMBL-STPU-NCPD-NHPB 56(93)
This project includes preconstruction services and the option for construction services to reconstruct Johnson Lane Interchange, the Johnson Lane intersection with Old Hardin Road, and the Johnson Lane intersection with North Frontage Road. The purpose of the project is to reconstruct Johnson Lane Interchange to "full build-out" configuration in a diverging diamond interchange (DDI) configuration. This project is located on Interstate 90 at the existing Johnson Lane Interchange, approximately RP 455.32, on the east side of Billings metropolitan area in the unincorporated community of Lockwood in Yellowstone County.
The project RFQ is at the following link:  RFQ


Addendums

No Addendums available for this project.


Clarifications

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Questions

No Questions available for this project.