MBTA Contract No. B22CN02, REPAIR/REHABILITATION OF EAST CAMBRIDGE (LECHMERE) VIADUCT, BOSTON & CAMBRIDGE MA
MASSACHUSETTS BAY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
10 PARK PLAZA
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 02116
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Electronic proposals for the following project will be received through the internet using Bid Express until the date and time stated below, and will be posted on www.bidx.com forthwith after the bid submission deadline. No paper copies of bids will be accepted. Bidders must have a valid digital ID issued by the Authority in order to bid on projects. Bidders need to apply for a digital ID with Bid Express at least 14 days prior to a scheduled bid opening date.
Electronic bids for MBTA Contract No. B22CN02, REPAIR/REHABILITATION OF EAST CAMBRIDGE (LECHMERE) VIADUCT, BOSTON & CAMBRIDGE MA, (CLASS 1 – GENERAL TRANSIT CONSTRUCTION, $30,000,000 AND CLASS 4B – CONCRETE SUPERSTRUCTURE, $30,000,000 AND PROJECT VALUE – $50,032,750, can be submitted at www.bidx.com until two o’clock (2:00 p.m.) November 26, 2019. Immediately thereafter, in a designated room, the Bids will be opened and read publicly.
Work in general consist of repair and rehabilitation of the East Cambridge (Lechmere) Viaduct carrying the MBTA Green line from Science Park Station to Charlestown Avenue in Boston and Cambridge, MA. The viaduct includes 12 spans over Nashua Street, the Charles River, Museum Way and Charlestown Avenue. Work includes replacement of the track and bridge superstructure and safety walks; repair and rehabilitation of the concrete floorbeams, arches and piers; strengthening the arch spans with Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer (CFRP) fiber wrap; steel strengthening and repairs of the Bascule Span over the Charles River; Overhead Catenary System replacement; and signal replacement.
Bidders attention is directed to Appendix 1, Notice of Requirement for Affirmative Action to Insure Equal Employment Opportunity; and to Appendix 2, Supplemental Equal Employment Opportunity, Anti-Discrimination, and Affirmative Action Program in the specifications. While there is no DBE goal associated with this contract, the Authority strongly encourages the use of Minority, Women and Disadvantaged Business Enterprises as prime contractors, subcontractors and suppliers in all of its contracting opportunities.
Additional information and instructions on how to submit a bid are available at http://bc.mbta.com/business_center/bidding_solicitations/current_solicitations/
On behalf of the MBTA, thank you for your time and interest in responding to this Notice to Bidders
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority
MBTA General Manager
October 24, 2019