2021 Pavement Management Program RFQ

The City of Burien (“City”) annual Pavement Management Program consist of asphalt preventive maintenance, including pothole repairs, crack sealing, micro-paving (slurry seal) applications, together with asphalt overlay and full rehabilitation as needed. The purpose of the program is to reduce the overall long-term cost for maintaining the condition of the City’s streets.

Location

Various Streets – City Wide

Request for Qualifications

Consistent with RCW 39.80, the Small Public Works Roster Manual for Local Governments (2009), and WSDOT Local Agency Guidelines Manual (M36-63.22, or latest edition, Section 31.14), the City through the MRSC’s Roster service is requesting Statement of Qualification from qualified consultant engineering services for the above-referenced project.

The City of Burien (“City”) is requesting Statement of Qualification (SOQ) from firms experience with (and not limited to) the following:

  • StreetSaverTM Pavement Management software, Pavement Condition Index (PCI), and budget-based maintenance scenarios.

  • Possesses experience and knowledge with micro paving (Micro-surfacing and Slurry Seal) applications, specifications, materials, equipment, and quality control.

  • Preparing plans, specifications, and estimates for road maintenance, asphalt micro-paving and asphalt rehabilitation projects in accordance with WSDOT, AASHTO, PROWAG, and The City of Burien, current standards, and specifications.

  • Construction management and inspection experience on micro-paving and overlay projects (services subject to negotiation and contract supplement).

  • Project Fast-tracking.

  • The complete RFQ document can be downloaded here: 2021 Pavement Management Program RFQ

Statement of Qualification Deadline

Please submit SOQ by email to davidt@burienwa.gov on or before 3:00 pm on Friday, March 5, 2021. The SOQ shall be clearly identified "2021 Pavement Management Program." No proposals will be accepted after the deadline. Any questions regarding this request or the Pavement Program should be directed to David Traub by phone (206) 436-5552 or by email davidt@burienwa.gov.