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Aug 10, 2020

Contract 202055490 WQ Reg High Line Canal (Construction)

The City is funding a water quality pilot project along the High Line Canal, between Wellshire Golf Course and I-25, that involves installing three concrete and boulder drainage structures along the canal to hold the water quality event and release it slowly over an extended period of time. The installation of two water quality trash vaults and four drive-through forebays are incorporated as a part of the pretreatment system. The construction will include hauling of removed material and surface restoration.

Jul 29, 2020

RFQ: Professional Planning Services - Transit Speed, Reliability Network Programming, and Concept Design

The City seeks a consultant team, with expertise in transit planning. The scope includes identifying transit operating delay in the network of all corridors in the city; screening all Denver Moves Transit identified Capital Investment Corridors in addition to other transit operating corridors for potential improvements, resultant Speed and Reliability treatments; prioritization of the list of corridors/projects for investment under several different scenarios and develop an implementation strategy; and providing concept design for acceleration of deployment.


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