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Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000459008


Agency Bid No. Title: 16-27

Received Date: 01/13/2016

Close Date: 02/09/2016

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point: Santa Fe, New Mexico

Delivery Date: Not Stated


Specifications include, but are not limited to:A. Aerial Photography, Survey and Mapping The Engineer shall provide controlled location and topographic survey and digitized cross-sections. Determination of the existing Right-of-Way shall be determined by the14 Engineer. All surveying shall be performed under the direct supervision of a New Mexico Registered Professional Land Surveyor. B. Right-of-Way Mapping It is anticipated that the engineer will determine right of way needs for the project and coordinate with Santa Fe County on the completion of their Phase C report. It is intended that Santa Fe County will be responsible for completing right of way maps for the project. If it is determined that right of way mapping services are required by the engineer they may be included by a negotiated contract amendment. C. Sub-Surface Utility Engineering (SUE) Quality Level C is anticipated for this project. QL-C is probably the most commonly used level of information. It involves surveying visible utility facilities (e.g., manholes, valve boxes, etc.) and correlating this information with existing utility records (QL-D information). When using this information, it is not unusual to find that many underground utilities have been either omitted or erroneously plotted. Its usefulness, therefore, is primarily on rural projects where utilities are not prevalent, or are not too expensive to repair or relocate. If potential conflicts are identified during the design process, the Engineer will be responsible for Quality Level A locating by pothole exploration and associated survey required to establish proper project control. Coordination with all effected Utility Companies will be required for private Utility relocation design. For Public Water and/or Sewer relocations, the Engineer will be responsible for design and construction plans for this work to be performed by the NMDOTs contractor. D. Preliminary/Final Drainage Report Engineer shall be responsible for the preparation of Preliminary and Final Drainage Study Reports. The drainage reports will require a detailed study of the project area and recommendations are to be developed with alternate proposals to correct any of the problems

Product Codes: 90510, 92549, 96252

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: State of New Mexico - Department of Transportation

State: New Mexico

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Vanessa Ytuarte, Contract Administration Section 1120 Cerrillos Rd, PO Box 1149, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87504

Phone: 505-827-5492

Fax: 505-827-5555




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