Central City Line

Central City Line


Bidding Closed

Prebid Date1/8/20 10:00 am

Bid Date2/7/20 1:00 pm

Company & Contacts

Spokane Transit Authority

Don Skillingstad   (509)344-1869


Central City Line

Sealed bid proposals will be accepted for the following project:
PROJECT NO: 2019-10335
TITLE: Central City Line
AGENCY: Spokane Transit Authority
CONTACT: Don Skillingstad
PRE-BID MEETING: 10:00 A.M., Wednesday, January 8, 2020
Spokane Transit Authority (Owner)
1230 W Boone Avenue, Spokane, WA 99201
PUBLIC BID OPENING: 3:00 P.M., Thursday, January 30, 2020
Spokane Transit Authority (Owner)
1230 W Boone Avenue, Spokane, WA 99201

Bidders may obtain electronic copies of plans and specifications by phone at (509)344-1869 or email at cclproject@spokanetransit.com. Plans and specifications may also be viewed at local and regional plan centers.

The project generally consists of the construction of a 5.8 mile corridor based bus rapid transit (BRT) project within the City of Spokane, Washington. The project will include the construction of twenty-eight (28) stations/ stops that will include clearing, grubbing, ten (10) inch high concrete platforms, hand railing, ramps, steps and ADA features.

The project also includes the construction of several street improvements at the station locations and throughout the 5.8 mile corridor. Improvements will include the reconstruction of a portion of Maple Street near Browne’s Addition, a minor realignment of Spokane Falls Boulevard in the University District, the realignment of Cincinnati Street at Desmet, the construction of a roundabout on Cincinnati Street at Sharp Ave. and the installation of a traffic signal at Mission Ave. and Cincinnati St., and pedestrian signal crossings along Mission Ave. at Columbus St. and Cook St.

Stations will also include passenger amenities such as custom shelters, station marker, lighting, cameras, ticketvending machines, fare validators, real time passenger information. Some amenities will be provided and installed by others per the contract documents.

There will be many construction locations that will require the relocation and installation of water, sewer, power, gas and communications utilities and infrastructure. This project will also require the relocation of existing, and installation of new traffic signal poles, and pedestrian and street lighting poles and fixtures.

This project is funded with Federal and State funding. As such, additional requirements for accounting, reporting and invoicing is required. The project is also subject to the requirements of the Federal Transit Administration “Buy America” requirements. Further, staffing requirements for specific project tasks will be required.

This procurement may be partially funded by the United States Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration (FTA). Proposers will be required to comply with all applicable FTA, FHWA, State, and Local rules and regulations.

A detailed scope of work and specific project requirements are further detailed in Section 003100.

The minimum prevailing State and Federal wage provisions according to Washington State law and the Federal Davis-Bacon Act, whichever is greater, apply to this project including but not limited to certified payroll submittal.

Use of DBE/MBE/WBE/MWBE contractors and suppliers is encouraged but not mandatory. Contractors submitting bids may contact the Washington State Office of Minority and Women’s Business Enterprise to obtain information on certified firms. See Section 007300.2 Voluntary DBE Supplemental Form.

The Owner reserves the right to reject or accept any or all bids and to waive minor informalities in the process.

No bidder submitting a bid may withdraw their bids after the hour set for opening thereof unless contract award is delayed for a period exceeding ninety (90) days.

STA is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) organization which does not discriminate against any prospective supplier on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, marital status, or presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability in the consideration of contract award. The successful proposer will be required to comply with all EEO federal, state, and local laws and regulations.

Spokane Transit assures nondiscrimination in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. For more information, see www.spokanetransit.com.

Upon request, alternative formats of this information will be produced for people who are disabled. The meeting facility is accessible for people using wheelchairs. For other accommodations, please call 325-6094 (TTY Relay 711) or email ombudsman@spokanetransit.com at least forty eight (48) hours in advance.