Month: January 2023

Cripple Creek Repairs Project

The City of Citrus Heights is soliciting proposals from qualified firms to provide professional engineering services for the Cripple Creek Repairs Project (Project). The services performed under this consultant agreement will be locally funded. This Project involves professional services for alternative analysis and design of creek channel and bank/slope repairs in areas of the City where natural erosion and City maintenance activities have become challenging.

CARRISA WAY/VILLA VISTA WAY STORM DRAIN IMPROVEMENT

The project will install a new drainage pipeline under Carissa Way, near the intersection of Loreto Way; Villa Vista Way, Avalon Drive, near the intersection of Marilona Drive. The project will also remove and replace the existing undersized drain inlets and pipeline on Carissa Way. The proposed project area improvements will address existing drainage deficiencies.

TERTIARY TREATMENT SYSTEM

Furnish all labor, material, and equipment required to construct the Tertiary Treatment System (TTS) Project as specified in the bid drawings and specifications.

1612 Sisk Rd., Modesto PHASE II ROOF REPAIR

The contractor shall furnish all labor, materials, tools, equipment, transportation, and supplies necessary to perform the roof repair services as described in Exhibit 1. The Authority is not responsible for the actual dimensions and quantities required to complete the installation.

Water and Sewer Comprehensive Cost of Service/Rate Study

The City of Whittier invites qualified consultants to submit a proposal to conduct a comprehensive cost-of-service study for the City’s water and sewer services and provided recommended changes to current utility rates and charges.

BLDG. F-10 FOUNDATION LANDSCAPE

Upgrade the landscape and hardscape to Bldg. F-10 lawns (front, back, and sides) and parking areas. To create an outdoor reception/ hospitality space for visiting donors and dignitaries and to provide ample parking for guests. The hardscape will include new patios, shade structures, and additional parking in the front and in the back of the building. The landscape will include new trees, shrubbery, ground cover.

Orange Coast College Technology Building Skylight Restoration

Project Description: Skylight restoration to include: conducting engineering load analysis/roof safety analysis, removal of current window caulk, application of Tremco restoration overlay, and Tremco simple seal flat extrusions.

MONTIEL LIFT STATION AND FORCE MAIN REPLACEMENT

Construct the MONTIEL LIFT STATION AND FORCE MAIN REPLACEMENT PROJECT (Work) consisting of the replacement of one (1) sanitary sewer lift station and appurtenances at 2175 Montiel Road, San Marcos, California 92609, construction of approximately 4,150 linear feet of 6-inch diameter sewer force main and appurtenances at the downstream of the lift station, rehabilitation of approximately 1,370 linear feet of 10-inch gravity sewer pipeline with manholes and appurtenances at the upstream of the lift station