Worcester Line Track and Station Accessibility Improvements
MASSACHUSETTS BAY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
SOLICITATION FOR WORCESTER LINE TRACK AND STATION ACCESSIBILITY IMPROVEMENTS PROFESSIONAL PHASE DESIGN SERVICES
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority is soliciting professional phase design services for Worcester Line Track and Station Accessibility Improvements located in Framingham, Natick, Wellesley, and Weston, MA. The Scope of Service(s) may include but are not limited to: Feasibility Surveys/Analyses; Urban and Transportation Planning; Architecture; Parking, Intermodal Transportation Facility and Station design; Multidiscipline Engineering (i.e. Civil, Structural, Electrical, and Mechanical); Platform and Bridge Reconstruction; Track Design; Signals Design; Bonding/Grounding/Lightning Protection of Steel Structures; 3D Laser Scanning; Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Design; Environmental Services; Landscape Architecture; Historical Assessment; Code Compliance; Robust Stakeholder and Public Participation; Vertical Transportation; Contract Management Assistance; Scheduling; Quality Control/Quality Assurance; Construction Systems and Methods; Construction Planning; Construction Cost Estimating; Construction Staging and Constructability; Construction Phase Services; and Closeout. The scope of services will be authorized after the completion of each phase. The conceptual level construction cost estimate for the proposed improvements is $260,000,000 in 2021 dollars. The duration for Phase I will be approximately nine (9) months, for Phase II will be approximately nine (9) months, for Phase III will be approximately twelve (12) months, for Phase IV will be approximately twelve (12) months, for Phase V will be approximately four (4) months, and for Phase VI and Project Closeout will be approximately sixty eight (68) months from the date of Notice to Proceed and will contain options to advance onto the next phase and continue the contract duration, redefine, pause or cancel the contract after the completion of each phase.
This project is expected to utilize Federal funding. The DBE participation goal for this project is twenty percent (20%) of the total amount authorized. In addition, the Authority strongly encourages the use of Minority, Women and Disadvantaged Business Enterprises as prime consultants, sub-consultants and suppliers in all of its contracting opportunities.
The complete Request for Qualifications can be found on the MBTA website.
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This is not a Request for Proposal. The MBTA reserves the right to cancel this procurement or to reject any or all Statements of Qualifications.
MassDOT Secretary & CEO