The City of Doral has released the following RFQ/Notice. We are eager to see this and more “Illuminated Bicycle and Pedestrian Trails” in Miami.

ITB 2014-33  Illuminated Bicycle and Pedestrian Trail

By way of this ITB, the City of Doral desires to retain the services of a qualified State of Florida licensed Contractor or a Miami-Dade County Certified Engineering Contractor to construct an illuminated bicycle and pedestrian trail (Greenway Trial) on NW 50th Street between NW 112th Avenue and NW 107th Avenue and other roadway improvements as shown on the plans. The project includes, without limitation, milling and resurfacing between NW 109th Avenue and NW 107th Avenue and, as an additive alternative, between NW 112th Avenue and NW 109th Avenue. Through the ITB process described herein, licensed and certified General Contractors interested in assisting the City with the provision of such services must prepare and submit a bid packet in accordance with the procedure and schedule of this ITB. The City will review submittals only from those contractors that submit an ITB packet which includes all the information required to be included as described herein.

The City intends to award a contract for the construction of the an illuminated bicycle and pedestrian trail (Greenway Trial) on NW 50th Street between NW 112th Avenue and NW 107th Avenue and other roadway improvements to the contractor that: possesses qualified man power, equipment, and administrative capabilities to provide the proposed services; possesses previous experience on this type of work; and provides the best offer and prices deemed to be in the greatest benefit to the City.

It is the intent of the City to award a contract for a period of one hundred and fifty (150) calendar days for substantial completion of project.

A copy of the complete ITB package may be obtained from the City of Doral website, www.cityofdoral.com, by clicking on the Procurement Division link under City Departments. Select the “RFP/Open Bids” link. It is important that you click on the “register and download” hyperlink to access the entire document. Please note that a brief registration process is required prior to download. Once registered you will receive an activation code that will grant you access to the documents.

All questions or comments should be directed to the following email: procurement@cityofdoral.com. Inquiries must reference “Illuminated Bicycle and Pedestrian Trail (Greenway Trial) on NW 50th Street Between NW 112th Avenue And NW 107th Avenue, ITB #2014-33” in the subject line. No phone calls will be accepted in reference to this ITB. Any communications regarding matters of clarification must be made in writing to the email address listed above. In the event that it become necessary to provide additional clarifying data or information that revises any part of this ITB, supplements or revisions will be made available via written addendum.

The City of Doral reserves the right to accept any bid deemed to be in the best interest of the City or to waive any informality in any bid. The City may reject any or all bids and re-advertise.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Mandatory Pre-bid Conference:

  • 11:00 am, October 3, 2014
  • City of Doral, Government Center 8401 NW 53 Terrace,Third Floor Training Room Doral, FL 33166
  • For directions, please call 305-593-6725

Deadline for Written Questions:

  • 12:00 pm (Noon), October 10, 2014

Deadline for Submittal & Proposal Opening:

  • 11:00 am, October 20, 2014
  • City of Doral, Government Center 8401 NW 53 Terrace,Third Floor Training Room Doral, FL 33166
  • For directions, please call 305-593-6725

 Visit City of Doral Website to Download Full Package

Download Notice of RFQ

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2 Responses to City of Doral Investing in Illuminated Greenway

  1. IvoSan says:

    This will link the dog park and the “turnpike trail” with 107th Street, along the FPL easement.

    Another MUP is currently under construction between 117th Ave and 107 Ave along the 25th ST canal. That is part of the “beacon trail”.

    It would be nice to get the surrounding municipalities (i.e Sweetwater, Medley, the county, etc.) to jump in and extend these trails.

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  2. Doral donkey says:

    Such an inspiration!

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