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Bids due in 7 days
5/26/22 5:00pm
2022 Residential Street Resurfacing Project (Re-bid)
Bids due in 7 days
City of Citrus Heights
Citrus Heights, CA
The work to be performed consists, in general, of placing asphalt concrete overlay on various streets including placement of geo-textile fabric, minor pavement reconstruction, pavement grinding, constructing PCC curb and gutter, ADA compliant curb ramps, adjusting manholes, storm drain improvements, restoring traffic striping, legends, and markings, and all other works as shown on the contract documents.
Bids due in 14 days
6/2/22 2:00pm
Arcade Cripple Creek Trail Project #20-18-002
Bids due in 14 days
City of Citrus Heights
Citrus Heights, CA
The work to be performed consists, in general, of constructing a 2.9 mile long multi-use trail within the City of Citrus Heights and unincorporated Orangevale, within 8 parks with various property owners, including asphalt concrete trail, decomposed granite shoulders, trail and street lighting, sidewalk, curb & gutter, a new traffic signal and signal modifications, fencing, rectangular rapid flashing beacons, storm drainage infrastructure, and two new bridge structures. Work is within proximity or directly underneath an existing SMUD 230kv overhead transmission lines.
Bids due tomorrow at 3:00pm
5/20/22 3:00pm
RFP-ConstructionManagement, Inspection, & Materials Testing for Arcade Cripple Creek Trail#20-18-002
Bids due tomorrow at 3:00pm
City of Citrus Heights
Citrus Heights
The Arcade-Cripple Creek Trail Project, formerly known as the Electric Greenway Trail Project, is a 2.9 mile multi-use trail between Sunrise Boulevard and Wachtel Way largely following an existing Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) electric corridor easement. The Project is located in the city and unincorporated Orangevale, and connects several neighborhoods to seven parks, several schools, and the Sunrise MarketPlace. In addition to a paved multi-use trail, this Project also includes the following elements: A new signalized crossing at Fair Oaks Boulevard; Solar powered pedestrian-scale pathway lighting; New sidewalk, curb ramps, curb, and gutter at various locations;Drainage improvements; Pre-fabricated pedestrian bridges; Retaining walls; Signing and striping; Trail wayfinding signage; Traffic signal modifications; and Landscaping.