Construction Management and Inspection Services For Culver Boulevard Realignment and Stormwater Treatment Project (PZ460 & PR002)

Agency: City of Culver City
State: California
Type of Government: State & Local
NAICS Category:
  • 236220 - Commercial and Institutional Building Construction
  • 541330 - Engineering Services
  • 541350 - Building Inspection Services
  • 541611 - Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services
Posted Date: Jun 14, 2019
Due Date: Jul 18, 2019
Solicitation No: 1944
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Construction Management and Inspection Services For Culver Boulevard Realignment and Stormwater Treatment Project (PZ460 & PR002)
  • Department: Public Works
  • Category: Bid Notices
  • RFP Number: 1944
  • Start Date: 06/13/2019
  • Close Date: 07/18/2019 3:00 PM

SCOPE: The City of Culver City is seeking proposals from qualified construction and inspection civil engineering firms to undertake the construction management and construction inspection services for the construction of the Culver Boulevard Realignment and Stormwater Treatment Project, PZ-460 & PR002.


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(PZ460 & PR002)
RFP #1944
June 2019
City of Culver City
Public Works Department
9770 Culver Boulevard
Culver City, CA 90232-0507
PROPOSAL DUE: July 18, 2019
Construction Management and Inspection Services for
Culver Boulevard Realignment and Stormwater Treatment Project
(PZ460 & PR002)
The City of Culver City is seeking proposals from qualified construction engineering
firms to perform the construction management and inspection services for the
construction of the Culver Boulevard Realignment and Stormwater Treatment Project
(PZ460 & PR002).
The selected firm will be responsible for providing services in accordance with the
scope of services outlined in the proposal for one or both projects.
A. Community Profile
The City of Culver City (City) is a charter city incorporated in 1917. The City is
governed by a five-member City Council whose members are elected at large and
operates under a Council/City Manager form of government.
Culver City is a full-service city located in the western area of Los Angeles County,
generally situated north of Los Angeles International Airport, southeast of Santa
Monica, south of Beverly Hills and southwest of West Hollywood. The City is
approximately five square miles with a residential population of approximately
40,000. The total adopted budget for FY 2018-19 is approximately $239 million,
of which $123 million is General Fund.
B. Background
1. Culver Boulevard Realignment Project:
The City is proposing the Culver Boulevard Realignment Project (PZ460). This
project will widen the main arterial roadway of Culver Boulevard between
Sepulveda Boulevard and Elenda Street in order to separate the eastbound and
westbound traffic with a new raised landscaped median and to provide a buffer for
residential parking on the south side of the street. The proposed widening will cause
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the existing 58-foot wide bicycle/pedestrian pathway and raised median, located to
the north of Culver Boulevard, to be reconstructed by shifting it 15 feet to the north.
Additional street improvements, such as construction of left turn lanes, traffic signal
modifications, countdown pedestrian heads, replacement of existing antiquated
street lights, installation of new street lights, sidewalk/parkway rehabilitation are
part of the improvement project, landscape and irrigation improvements with the
raised medians, and a redesigned bikeway/pedestrian pathway.
2. Culver Boulevard Stormwater Treatment Project:
As part of the abovementioned project, the City is also proposing a Stormwater
Treatment Project (PR002) that will consist of a pre-treatment system, retention
basin, and a filtration system to capture and treat stormwater/urban runoff from
approximately 297 acres of drainage area. The Stormwater Project proposes to
utilize this opportunity to construct a retention basin and a filtration system
underneath the new landscaped median and bikeway between Sepulveda
Boulevard and Harter Avenue which is part of the aforementioned Culver Boulevard
Realignment Project. A portion of the captured run-off is proposed to be stored in
an underground retention basin and will be used to supplement the required
irrigation for the proposed landscaping along Culver Boulevard. The excess
captured run-off will be filtered and discharged back into the Harter Avenue storm
drain downstream of the project as treated water.
The proposed Stormwater Treatment Project can capture and treat up to 19.51
acre-feet of stormwater in a 24-hour period. The run-off volume required for
treatment within the Culver City’s 297 acre drainage area is 13.05 AF, which
represents 100% of the 85th percentile, 24-hour storm. The Stormwater Treatment
Project can treat an additional run-off volume of up to 6.46 acre-feet.
3. Funding:
Culver Boulevard Realignment and the Stormwater Treatment Project is
funded with various grant funds Prop C, Prop 84, Prop 1, Measure CW, and
General Funds.
The engineer’s preliminary construction cost estimate for Culver Boulevard
Realignment and Stormwater Treatment Project is $6,000,000 and
$14,000,000, respectively.
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The following is the anticipated schedule for the project:
Culver Boulevard Realignment and Stormwater Treatment Project, PZ-460 &
Construction Contract Award
Time Frame
August, 2019
October 2019 ~ March 2021
Note: Timelines are tentative and subject to change.
C. General RFP Submittal Information
The City’s designated staff will evaluate proposals received. During the review
process, the City reserves the right, where it may serve the City’s best interest, to
request additional information or clarification from those that submit proposals, or
allow clarifications, corrections of errors, or omissions. Any and all changes in the
RFP will be made by written addendum, which shall be issued by the City to all
prospective proposers who have registered for the RFP via the City’s website.
The City reserves the right to retain all proposals submitted. Submission of a
proposal indicates the Proposer’s acceptance of the conditions contained in this
RFP, unless clearly and specifically noted in the proposal submitted and confirmed
in the contract between the City and the Proposer selected.
The preparation of the proposal will be at the total expense of the Proposer. There
is no expressed or implied obligation for the City to reimburse responding
Proposers for any expense incurred in the preparation of proposals in response to
this request. All proposals submitted to the City shall become properties of the
City and will not be returned. If any information in your proposal is confidential
and/or proprietary, please further submit a separate, redacted copy for servicing
public records requests.
The City reserves the right to reject any or all proposals, in whole or part, to waive
any informality in any proposal, and to accept the proposal which, in its discretion,
is in the best interest of the City. Any proposer may withdraw his proposal, without
obligation, at any time prior to the scheduled closing time for receipt of proposals.
A withdrawal will not be effective unless made personally or by telephonic
notification received prior to the closing date. Proposals may later be referred to
the City Council for appropriate action.
All proposals are due not later than 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 18, 2019, at
which time they will be opened at the City Clerk’s Desk on the First Floor of City
Hall. Late submissions will not be accepted. To be considered, proposers must
send one (1) color original, two (2) USB flash drives with a searchable PDF copy
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of the proposal in its entirety and four (4) hard copies of their proposal in a sealed
envelope with the name of the company submitting the proposal and the title of
“RFP #1944 – Construction Management and Inspection Services for
Culver Boulevard Realignment and Stormwater Treatment Project (PZ-460
& PR002)”:
City of Culver City
City Clerk
9770 Culver Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232
For a complete list of the City’s RFP submittal terms and conditions, legal
statements, and insurance requirements, please refer to the exhibits attached
D. RFP Questions
Questions with regard to this RFP should be submitted by e-mail to Mate Gaspar,
P.E., Engineering Division Manager, for Culver Boulevard Realignment Project,
PZ-460; at and Lee Torres, P.E., Senior Civil
Engineer, for Culver Boulevard Stormwater Treatment, PR002 at not later than 4:00 pm on Monday, July 8, 2019.
All firms registered for the RFP will receive responses to all questions and any other
addenda that may be released, via e-mail.
E. Schedule
The City reserves the right to make changes to the below schedule, but plans to
adhere to the implementation of this RFP process as follows:
RFP released:
June 13, 2019
Deadline for receiving questions:
July 8, 2019
Response to questions:
July 12, 2019
Proposals due:
July 18, 2019, at 3:00pm (PST)
Finalists selected:
July 24, 2019
Presentations/Interviews (if necessary): Week of July 29, 2019
Vendor selected:
RFP NO. 1944

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