Government Contract | Illinois
construction of a pedestrian path and the rehabilitation of an existing railroad bridge

Bid Information


Bid Alert No: 00000436900

Bid Title: construction of a pedestrian path and the rehabilitation of an existing railroad bridge

Agency Bid No. Title: 91520

Received Date: 12/11/2015

Close Date: 01/15/2016

Purchase Type: 150 Working Days

Delivery Point: Champaign County, Illinois

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: L.O.I. Due By 01/12/2016 04:30 PM, Other 12/28/2015 04:30 PM: Prequalification Due

Specifications

his project consists of the construction of a pedestrian path and the rehabilitation of an existing railroad bridge that will be converted to a pedestrian bridge from East Main Street in Urbana to Main Street in St. Joseph; includes 12.7 acre tree removal; 29,882 cu yd furnished excavation; 18.8 acre seeding; 28,815 ft perimeter erosion barrier; 46,350 sq yd aggregate base courses, Type B; 5,441 lb bituminous materials (prime coat); 369.3 ton HMA surface course, Mix "C", N50; 1,159 ton aggregate wedge shoulders; 1 removal of the existing structure; 7.8 cu yd concrete structures; 14.9 cu yd concrete superstructure; 2,510 lb reinforcement bars, epoxy coated; 267 ft pipe culverts, Class D; 150 ft storm sewers, Class A; 2,862 cu yd non-special waste disposal; 570 ft thermoplastic pavement markings - Line 12"; 2,220 sq ft pedestrian truss superstructure; 40 ft combination curb and gutter, Type B; 2,614 ft wood fence; 37,118 sq yd aggregate bicycle path; Federally funded; No additional specifications were given.

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Product Codes: 98815, 91313, 91226, 96861, 91276, 91319

Agency Information


Issuing Agency: State of Illinois - Department of Transportation

State: Illinois

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Jim Layden 2300 South Dirksen Parkway, Room 326, Springfield, Illinois, 62764

Phone: 217-782-7806

Fax: 217-785-1141

Email: jim.layden@illinois.gov

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