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Below is a detailed listing of recent short-listed Consultant projects, including the short-listed firms, the selected firm(s) (in bold), the fee for services and the date of Governor and Council approval. Projects remain listed here for 12 months after Governor and Council approval.
Services Key
AERO aeronautics/airport engineering MECH mechanical engineering
AIR air quality analyses for NEPA documentation NOIS noise analyses for NEPA documentation
AMS asset management services PINV public involvement
ARCY archaeological investigations PLAN transportation planning
BRDG bridge design engineering R&T rail & transit engineering
CIVL building and site engineering RDWY roadway design engineering
CE&I construction engineering and inspection ROW right-of-way services
ELEC electrical engineering STRC structural engineering
ENV general environmental analysis and/or environmental documentation SURV surveying services
GEOT geotechnical engineering/exploration services TEST materials/equipment testing
HAZ hazardous materials investigation TPK turnpike system services
HIST historic and architectural evaluations TRAF traffic research/engineering
HYD hydraulic engineering UTIL utility engineering
INSP pre-construction inspection of structural integrity WET wetlands delineation and functional analyses for NEPA documentation
ITS design and implementation of intelligent transportation systems WQS water quality services
LAND landscape design    
Project: Statewide On-Call Wetlands Services (3 Contracts)
PRE-QUALIFIED LOW BID CONTRACTS
Posting Date: September 10, 2021
Scope of Work: Three (3) Statewide On-Call Agreements, anticipated at $100,000 each, over a 3-year term, are needed for wetlands-related services, to provide wetland/environmental evaluations of highway projects and activities on an on-call basis throughout the state. Task orders assigned under these Agreements may include:
  • Delineation of wetlands (following the 1987 US Army Corps of Engineers Wetland Delineation Manual);
  • Assessment of wetland functions and values;
  • Assessment of wetland impacts;
  • Development of wetland mitigation strategies;
  • Monitoring wetland mitigation construction;
  • Completion of wetland/wetland mitigation monitoring reports;
  • Preparation of permit applications and plans, such as for NH Department of Environmental Services Wetlands and/or Shoreland Permits;
  • Stream crossing data collection and assessments;
  • Identification of invasive species;
  • Identification of rare plants/endangered species;
  • Identification of areas under the Shoreland Water Quality Protection Act; and
  • Coordination with natural resource agencies, as necessary.

This work will require Certified Wetland Scientist licensure in the State of New Hampshire.

Work assignments will be made taking into account workload, location of assignment, and suitability of assignment.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services, experience of the firm and staff, and availability to respond rapidly to on-call assignments.

Task Orders assigned under these Agreements will be based on the bid item rates of selected firms.
For additional information contact Kevin T. Nyhan, Administrator, Bureau of Environment, at (603) 271-3226, or Kevin.Nyhan@dot.nh.gov

Services Required: WET, ENV
Short List: DuBois & King, FB Environmental, Horizons Engineering, Normandeau Associates, TRC Environmental, Weston & Sampson
Approved Fee: $100,000
G&C Approval Date: March 23, 2022

 

Project: Statewide On-Call Professional Survey Services - 43771
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT
Posting Date: September 24, 2021
Scope of Work: One (1) Statewide On-Call Agreement, anticipated to have a maximum value of $750,000 over a three-year term, is needed to provide on-call professional survey services for various transportation projects located throughout the State. Typical assignments may include:
  • All types of surveys, with data to be furnished in RW5 format, or other format approved by the Department, for engineering design,
  • Hazardous-Material-Site Preliminary surveys,
  • Boundary survey services and support related to transportation projects, e.g., locating property lines, preparing property subdivisions, registry plans, etc.,
  • Title work in accordance with NH Bar Association Title Standards and NHDOT policy.

All surveys are to be conducted under the supervision of a NH Licensed Land Surveyor.

Three person survey crews will be necessary when conducting surveys in areas adjacent to moving vehicular traffic.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services, other relevant project experience with references noted, as well as their availability to respond rapidly to on-call assignments.

Task Orders assigned under this Agreement will be negotiated as either a cost-plus-fixed-fee or a lump-sum method of compensation

For additional information contact Jason Pohopek, at (603) 271-8251

Services Required: SURV, AMAP
Short List: Doucet Survey, Fuss & O'Neill, GM2 Associates
Approved Fee: $750,000
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project: Statewide On-Call Highway Design Services
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACTS
Posting Date: December 10, 2021
Scope of Work: Three (3) Statewide On-Call Highway Design Agreements, anticipated to have a maximum value of $3,000,000 each over a five-year term, are needed to provide on-call engineering for highway design and related technical/professional consulting services for various projects, including alternative contract procurement methods, located throughout the State.

Typical assignments may include, but are not limited to, the following tasks:
  • Preliminary design, final design, and development of contract plans and documents for highway projects. Some examples include but are not limited to: design of new or rehabilitation of existing roadways, intersection improvements, drainage systems, signalization, park and ride lots, right-of-way plan development
  • Programmatic projects: examples include pavement preservation, guardrail design and replacement, culvert rehabilitation/replacement, Highway Safety Improvement Program support, road safety audits, and at grade railroad/highway crossing upgrades
  • Review of major drive access requests and traffic impact studies.
  • Improvements that provide enhanced facilities for alternative modes of transportation.
  • Environmental efforts to prepare and complete all appropriate environmental documentation, including natural and cultural resource investigations and permitting requirements
  • Traffic analysis, and permanent traffic devices
  • Bridge design services associated with the highway assignment
  • Hydraulic calculations and analyses associated with bridges, waterways, and drainage structures
  • Technical writing assignments, including preparation of reports, procedures, manuals, grant applications, etc.
  • Geotechnical Investigations including data collection, drilling, evaluations and analysis
  • ROW plan development, including any necessary survey work, for reestablishing and documenting the existing highway right-of-way in a manner suitable for recording at the Registry of Deeds
  • Assist the Department in the public involvement process
  • Prepare Planning Level Corridor Studies
  • Project Management Services
  • Other additional tasks as needed to support assigned projects/tasks

This work will require Professional Engineer and Land Surveyor licensure in the State of New Hampshire.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services as well as their availability to respond rapidly to on-call assignments.

Task Orders assigned under these Agreements will be negotiated as either a lump-sum or a cost-plus-fixed-fee method of compensation.

For additional information contact Jim Marshall, Bureau of Highway Design, at (603) 271-2171.

Services Required: RDWY, TRAF, BRDG, STRC, ENV, HYD, GEOT, PLAN, PINV, SURV
Short List: CHA, Fuss & O'Neill, Greenman-Pedersen, Hoyle Tanner & Associates, Stantec
Approved Fee: $3,000,000
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project: Statewide On-Call Subsurface Utility Engineering Services 43822
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACTS
Posting Date: December 10, 2021
Scope of Work:

One (1) Statewide On-Call Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) Agreement, anticipated to have a maximum value of $750,000 each over a five-year term, is needed to provide on-call engineering and technical services to establish existing underground utility locations within the proposed project limits of various projects in the planning, design, or construction phases, located throughout the State. Services may also include project coordination with utility companies for subsurface utilities as well as above-ground utilities.
Typical assignments may include, but are not limited to, the following tasks:

  • Quality Level D: Determine existence of underground utilities from existing utility records solely.
    Obtain available records, plans and permits to perform services from utilities.
  • Quality Level C: Determine utility locations by surveying visible above-ground utility facilities.
    Survey existing above-ground utility facilities and correlate this information with existing utility records.
  • Quality Level B: Determine existence and horizontal location of underground utilities using surface geophysical techniques.
    • Coordinate with utility and adjacent property owners prior to work being performed.
    • Designate, mark, and record horizontal location of existing underground utilities.
    • Depict designated utilities on base plan.
    • Identify and resolve discrepancies between Quality Level D and C information and Quality Level B information.
    • Provide recommendations for additional investigations when appropriate.
  • Quality Level A: Determine precise horizontal and vertical position, size, and condition of underground utilities at critical points.
    • Identify locations requiring test holes within project limits.
    • Coordinate with utility owner prior to work being performed.
    • Excavate test holes preventing any damage to coatings or protective wrappings on underground utilities.
    • Provide restoration of the holes and pavement within the limits of the cut.
    • Depict information on base plan.

    This work will require Professional Engineer and Land Surveyor licensure in the State of New Hampshire.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services as well as their availability to respond rapidly to on-call assignments. Task Orders assigned under these Agreements will be negotiated as either a lump-sum or a cost-plus-fixed-fee method of compensation.

For additional information contact Michael Mozer, PE, Chief of Design Services, at (603) 271-2297.

Services Required: UTIL, SURV
Short List: Horizons Engineering, Inframap, KCI, T2 Utility Engineers
Approved Fee: $750,000
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project: Statewide On-Call Asset Management & Planning
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT
Posting Date: January 14, 2022
Scope of Work:

Two (2) Statewide On-Call Asset Management & Planning Services Agreement, anticipated to have a maximum value of $1,000,000 over a 3-year term, is needed to provide technical, economic, planning, engineering, system, data governance, and technical writing skills.
Anticipated assignments include, but are not limited to, providing services for:

  • Evaluating methods/approaches for the collection and maintenance of asset data;
  • Support for modeling and forecasting asset lifecycles under different investment scenarios;
  • Asset data processing and statistical analysis to support modeling and related efforts;
  • Lifecycle planning and cost analysis tools/methodologies for assets;
  • Risk evaluation and quantification, including sea level rise and extreme precipitation;
  • Transportation Asset Management Plan (TAMP) updates and revisions;
  • Support for transportation planning related tasks such as the Long Range Plan, 10-Year Plan, and similar plans or studies; and
  • Technical writing tasks that could include preparation of reports, specifications, procedures, etc.

This work will require Professional Engineer licensure in the State of New Hampshire.

Task Orders assigned under these Agreements may be negotiated as either a cost-plus-fixed-fee or lump-sum method of compensation.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned work and past experience with similar type work.

For additional information contact: Nick Alexander, AMPS, at 271-1620 or Nicholas.J.Alexander@dot.nh.gov

Services Required: AMS, PLAN (including work plan development, facilitation, program implementation and oversight, and technical writing), RDWY, STRC
Short List: Cambridge Systematics, CHA, HNTB, WSP USA
Approved Fee: $750,000
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project: Statewide On-Call Operations, Maintenance and Design Services
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT
Posting Date: January 14, 2022
Scope of Work:

One (1) Statewide On-Call Operations, Maintenance and Design Services Agreement, anticipated to have a maximum value of $750,000 over a 3-year term, is needed to provide, engineering/technical services, operation and maintenance support, operations asset management support, planning, and technical writing skills.
Anticipated assignments include, but are not limited to, providing services on an expedited review timeframe for:

  • Operations and Maintenance Program Management oversight, to possibly include, design, inspection, contract development, environmental permitting, advertising and construction inspection for:
    • Guardrail
    • Mowing
    • Drainage infrastructure (open and closed drainage)
    • Signs
    • Pavement Markings
    • Signal Systems
    • Data Collection Equipment (ATR, AVC, WIM, etc.)
    • ITS Devices; and
    • Device & Sign Support Structures
  • Operations Asset Management to possibly include:
    • Evaluating methods/approaches for the collection and maintenance of asset data as well as modeling and forecasting of assets;
    • Development of tools, methodologies, and processes for the prioritization of asset investment;
    • Life-cycle cost analysis tools/methodologies for assets;
    • Cross asset analysis and allocation;
    • Risk evaluation and quantification
  • Review of Traffic Impact Studies received from proposed developers.
    • Construction monitoring services for work required in the state ROW to meet permit construction approval conditions.
    • Review of highway mitigation plans from concept thru construction PS&E submissions that are received from proposed developers in conjunction with driveway or other permits.
  • Winter Maintenance Operations strategy reviews.
  • Traffic data collection and/or processing.
  • Technical writing tasks that could include preparation of reports, specifications, procedures, etc.

This work will require Professional Engineer licensure in the State of New Hampshire.

Task Orders assigned under these Agreements may be negotiated as either a cost-plus-fixed-fee or lump-sum method of compensation.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned work and past experience with similar type work.

For additional information contact: Nancy Spaulding, Asst. District Engineer at 271-1486 or Nancy.Spaulding@dot.nh.gov

Services Required: AMS, PLAN (including work plan development, program implementation and oversight, and technical writing), RDWY, STRC, HYD, CE&I, ENV, ITS, TRAF
Short List: Greenman-Pedersen, Stantec, WSP USA
Approved Fee: $750,000
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project: Whitefield 41582
Preliminary and Final Design – Reconstruction and rehabilitation of approximately 0.6 miles of US 3 from the intersection of NH 116 north to the intersection of Prospect Street.
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT
Posting Date: February 11, 2022
Scope of Work: Work: This Project includes preliminary design, survey, public involvement, final design, and associated environmental & cultural services for rehabilitation of US 3 in Whitefield. This contract is for Preliminary Design (Part B) only. The current 30’ wide roadway was built on a 20’ concrete slab in 1929. The intent is to widen the roadway to provide improved mobility for bikes and pedestrians and a structurally sufficient roadway base. The project will also include a detailed look at the US 3 and NH 116 intersection. The advertising date is planned in fiscal year 2027 in the current Ten-Year Plan.
Scope of work may include:
  • Preliminary design to identify deficiencies and develop alternatives
  • Environmental investigations to prepare and complete all appropriate environmental documentation to satisfy NEPA.
  • Public outreach and involvement support services, including a Public Hearing
  • ROW layout and plan development, including any necessary survey work, for reestablishing and documenting the existing highway right-of-way in a manner suitable for recording at the Registry of Deeds.
  • Roadway design associated with the preferred alternative
  • Drainage design, including appropriate water quality evaluations
  • Construction traffic control design
  • Contract Plans and Documents
  • Construction support services
  • For additional information see scope of work checklist


This work will require Professional Engineer and Land Surveyor licensure in the State of New Hampshire.

This multi-phase project requires Preliminary Design (Part “B”) and Final Design (Part “C”) services. This solicitation is for Preliminary Design only. At the conclusion of the Preliminary Design, the Department reserves the right to either negotiate a scope and fee for Final Design or terminate the contract.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services, other related project experiences with project references noted, and their current workload with the Department.

The compensation format for of this agreement will be cost-plus-fixed-fee.

Contact Information: For additional information contact: Tobey Reynolds, PE, Chief Project Manager at 271-7421 or Tobey.L.Reynolds@dot.nh.gov

Services Required: RDWY, ENV, HYD, SURV, ROW, TRAF, PINV
Short List: AECOM, Fuss & O'Neill, Tighe & Bond
Approved Fee:  
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project: Keene 41590
Preliminary and Final Design – Reconstruction and rehabilitation of 2.0 miles of Route 101 from 0.4 miles east of Optical Ave east to the Marlborough town line;
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT
Posting Date: September 24, 2021
Scope of Work:

This Project includes preliminary design, survey, public involvement, final design, and associated environmental & cultural services for rehabilitation of Route 101 in Keene. This contract is for Preliminary Design (Part B) only. The current 30’ wide roadway was built on a 20’ concrete slab in 1933. The intent is to widen the roadway to provide improved mobility for bikes and pedestrians and a structurally sufficient roadway base. The project will also include a detailed look at the Swanzey Factory Road intersection and may include reconstruction/replacement of the existing bridge over the Branch River. The advertising date is planned in fiscal year 2027 in the current 10 Year Plan.
Scope of work may include:

  • Preliminary design to identify deficiencies and develop alternatives
  • Environmental investigations to prepare and complete all appropriate environmental documentation to satisfy NEPA.
  • Public outreach and involvement support services, including a Public Hearing
  • ROW layout and plan development, including any necessary survey work, for reestablishing and documenting the existing highway right-of-way in a manner suitable for recording at the Registry of Deeds.
  • Roadway design associated with the preferred alternative
  • Drainage design, including appropriate water quality evaluations
  • Geotechnical subsurface exploration, recommendations, and reports.
  • Construction traffic control design
  • Contract Plans and Documents
  • Construction support services
  • For additional information see scope of work checklist
    Bridge design, rehabilitation, replacement

This work will require Professional Engineer and Land Surveyor licensure in the State of New Hampshire.

This multi-phase project requires Preliminary Design (Part “B”) and Final Design (Part “C”) services. This solicitation is for Preliminary Design only. At the conclusion of the Preliminary Design, the Department reserves the right to either negotiate a scope and fee for Final Design, or terminate the contract.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services, other related project experiences with project references noted, and their current workload with the Department.

The compensation format for of this agreement will be cost-plus-fixed-fee.

For additional information contact: Tobey Reynolds, PE, Chief Project Manager at 271-7421 or Tobey.L.Reynolds@dot.nh.gov

Services Required: STRC, RDWY, ENV, HYD, SURV, ROW, TRAF, PINV, GEOT
Short List: CHA Consulting, Greenman-Pedersen, Hoyle Tanner & Associates
Approved Fee:  
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project: Statewide On-Call Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Services
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT
Posting Date: August 13, 2021
Scope of Work:

One (1) Statewide On-Call Agreement, anticipated to have a maximum value of $1,000,000 over a three-year term, is needed to provide professional engineering/technical services and support for Intelligent Transportation System initiatives being undertaken by the Department for various transportation projects located throughout the State.
The work associated with this agreement could include, but is not necessarily limited to, the following:

  • ITS RFP/RFI, Contract documents, and plan preparation
  • Development of Incident Management Plans
  • Development of ITS Test Plans
  • ITS Project Management Oversight
  • Design of ITS device technologies for deployment via various communication technologies along state highway corridors
  • ITS device design, specifications, details, shop drawings, and plan development
  • ITS communications systems recommendations and design
  • Programmatic Shared Resource Fiber Optic Technology contract plan development
  • Enterprise Video Management System Development
  • Transportation Management Center technical support, as well as roadway design and structural design
  • Providing technical field inspections
  • ITS Technical Training
  • Connected and Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) research and assistance
  • Big Data analysis
  • Data/video analytics
  • Other ITS services as requested by the Department
  • Network architecture review and update
  • Software integration within the Department as it relates to TSMO
  • Land Mobile Radio (LMR) technical support

Past experience, knowledge and expertise with typical assignments noted above, ability to respond and complete assignments in a timely fashion and within budget are of the utmost importance.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services and their current workload with the Department.

This work will require Professional Engineer licensure in the State of New Hampshire.

Task Orders assigned under these Agreements will be negotiated as either a lump-sum or a modified cost-plus-fixed-fee method of compensation.

For additional information contact Charles Blackman, PE, TSMO Assistant Administrator, at 227-0016.

Services Required: ITS, RDWY, STRC
Short List: AECOM, Stantec, VHB
Approved Fee:  
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project: Plaistow, 40645, Non-Federal
Corridor signalization, coordination, and optimization.
(Preliminary and Final Design)
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT
Posting Date: June 18, 2021
Scope of Work:

Signal coordination and control in Plaistow, NH along the NH Route 125 corridor from Mass S/L to Old County Road including remote control of signals, network surveillance and monitoring and emergency routing capabilities (see location map). Preliminary and Final design for the improved intersection and adjacent roadway. This effort will also require services to support project advertisements including, but not limited to:
Evaluation of existing conditions including data collection and analysis, traffic modeling of existing conditions using Synchro software, and traffic modeling of optimized signal timings using Synchro software.
Implementation of the improvements including training personnel, implementing optimized signal timings at intersections, monitoring resulting conditions, investigating reports of signal timing issues, adjusting signal timing and modeling, as necessary, and providing project documentation.

  • Roadway design
  • Signal optimization and coordination
  • Environmental investigations to prepare and complete all appropriate environmental documentation to satisfy NEPA.
  • Drainage design, including appropriate water quality evaluations
  • Construction traffic control design
  • Contract Plans and Documents
  • Construction support services
  • ITS accommodations (designed by Others)
  • For additional information see scope of work checklist

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services, previous experience with design and management of intersection design and traffic signal and coordination projects, their ability to provide sufficient unified labor resources necessary to complete the design work on schedule and within budget, and their current workload with the Department.

This effort will require Professional Engineering licensure in the State of NH.

This project requires Preliminary Design (Part “B”) and Final Design (Part “C”) services. This solicitation is for both Preliminary and Final Design services.

The contract is anticipated to be a cost-plus-fixed-fee.

For additional information contact Matthew Lampron, Bureau of Highway Design, at (603) 271-2171.

Services Required: RDWY, ENV, TRAF, HIST, , ITS, and HYD
Short List: AECOM, BETA, Greenman-Pedersen
Approved Fee:  
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project:

Charlestown 40667
Preliminary and Final Design – Reconstruction and rehabilitation of 2.4 miles of Route 12 from 12A to Almar Street;
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT

Posting Date: May 14, 2021
Scope of Work:
  • This Project includes preliminary design, survey, public involvement, final design, and associated environmental & cultural services for rehabilitation of Route 12 in Charlestown. The current 26’ wide roadway was built on a 20’ concrete slab in 1932. The intent is to widen the roadway to an 11-5 typical (32’ wide) and provide a structurally sufficient roadway base. The advertising date is planned in fiscal year 2026 in the current 10 Year Plan.
  • Scope of work may include:
    • Preliminary design to identify deficiencies and develop alternatives
    • Environmental investigations to prepare and complete all appropriate environmental documentation to satisfy NEPA.
    • Public outreach and involvement support services, including a Public Hearing
    • ROW layout and plan development, including any necessary survey work, for reestablishing and documenting the existing highway right-of-way in a manner suitable for recording at the Registry of Deeds.
    • Roadway design associated with the preferred alternative
    • Drainage design, including appropriate water quality evaluations
    • Geotechnical subsurface exploration, recommendations, and reports.
    • Construction traffic control design
    • Contract Plans and Documents
    • Construction support services
    • For additional information see scope of work checklist

This work will require Professional Engineer and Land Surveyor licensure in the State of New Hampshire.

This project requires Preliminary Design and Final Design services. This solicitation is for both Preliminary and Final Design.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services, other related project experiences with project references noted, and their current workload with the Department.

The compensation format for of this agreement will be cost-plus-fixed-fee.

Contact Information: For additional information contact Tobey Reynolds, PE, Chief Project Manager at (603) 271-7421 or tobey.l.reynolds@dot.nh.gov.

Closing Date: Interested firms must submit a Letter of Interest, no more than 2 pages long, with 1 additional page identifying 3 current references, on or before June 11, 2021 to:
William J. Oldenburg, PE, Assistant Director of Project Development
Chairperson, Consultant Selection Committee via e-mail (receipt will be confirmed): William.Oldenburg@dot.nh.gov.

Services Required: STRC, RDWY, ENV, HYD, SURV, ROW, TRAF, PINV, GEOT
Short List: CHA Consulting Inc
GM2 Inc
SLR International Corp
Approved Fee:  
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project: Statewide On-Call Geotechnical Exploration Services (Two Contracts)
PREQUALIFIED LOW-BID CONTRACTS
Posting Date: April 12, 2021
Scope of Work:
  • Two (2) Statewide On-Call Agreements, anticipated at $400,000 and $300,000 each over a three-year term, are needed to provide on-call geotechnical subsurface exploration services for the Department. Typical assignments may include: subsurface investigations consisting of cased wash borings, hollow-stem auger borings, undisturbed soil sampling, and diamond bit rock coring
  • Standard penetration tests and split-barrel sampling in accordance with AASHTO T 206
  • Thin-walled tube sampling in accordance with AASHTO T 207
  • Diamond core drilling in accordance with AASHTO T 225
  • Installation of groundwater monitoring wells in accordance with ASTM D5092; decommissioning and sealing of abandoned monitoring wells in accordance with the NH Water Well Board Administrative Rules Part We 604 (license required)
  • Explorations at sites with known or suspected contaminated soil or groundwater, requiring training to the OSHA Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response standard (HAZWOPER)
  • Performance of explorations on water bodies from a boat or barge
  • Traffic control and flagging in accordance with the (MUTCD)

Contractors must be capable of providing a drill rig with ancillary equipment consisting of a track, truck or skid mounted drill rig, or tripod and cathead as needed for site conditions at any time, including winter, at locations anywhere in the State of New Hampshire, or bordering states for interstate bridge projects.

Task order assignments will be made in approximate proportion to the contract amounts, taking into account availability, workload, and suitability of the assignment.
The agreement compensation format will be fixed unit rates established at the time of bidding for quantities actually worked.

For additional information contact Dennis Herrick, PE, Administrator, Bureau of Materials & Research at (603) 271-3151 or Dennis.E.Herrick@dot.nh.gov

Services Required: GEOT, HAZ
Short List:  
Approved Fee:  
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project: Statewide On-Call Geotechnical Engineering Services (Two Contracts)
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT
Posting Date: March 9, 2021
Scope of Work:

Two (2) Statewide On-Call Agreements, anticipated to have a maximum value of $400,000 each over a three-year term, are needed to provide on-call geotechnical engineering and related technical services during the design and/or construction phase of Department projects located throughout the state. Typical assignments may include:

  • Any and all aspects of geotechnical site reconnaissance and evaluations,
  • Development and implementation of subsurface exploration programs, including field inspection and preparation of exploration logs,
  • In situ and laboratory testing,
  • Instrumentation plan development and monitoring,
  • Geotechnical engineering analyses and recommendations,
  • Preparation of geotechnical reports,
  • Geotechnical review and assistance, and
  • Other specialized geotechnical services, as requested.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services, experience of the firm and staff, availability to respond rapidly to on-call assignments, and current workload with the Department.

This work will require Professional Engineer licensure in the State of New Hampshire.

Task orders assigned under these Agreements will be negotiated as either a cost-plus-fixed-fee, or a lump-sum method of compensation.

For additional information contact Dennis Herrick, PE, Administrator, Bureau of Materials & Research at (603) 271-3151 or Dennis.E.Herrick@dot.nh.gov

Services Required: GEOT, HAZ
Short List: GEI Consultants
Golder Associates
GZA
Haley & Aldrich

Stantec
Weston & Sampson
Approved Fee:  
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project: Bedford 40664 – X-A004(462)
Improvements to US 3
(Multi-Phase Contract - Part “A”)
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT
Posting Date: December 21, 2020
Scope of Work:

Preliminary engineering, environmental services, public involvement services, and final design are needed for improvements to US 3 (South River Road) in the Town of Bedford to include widening, intersection modifications and bicycle and pedestrian facilities. The project begins at the intersection with the Manchester Airport Access Road SB/EB ramps and extends north 1.7 miles to the intersection Hawthorne Drive (northern intersection).

The scope of work may include:

  • Traffic safety and capacity analysis
  • Preliminary design to develop and evaluate alternatives
  • Environmental investigations to prepare and complete all appropriate environmental documentation to satisfy NEPA.
  • Public outreach and involvement support services, including a Public Hearing
    Project Management
  • ROW layout and plan development, including any necessary survey work, for reestablishing and documenting the existing highway right-of-way in a manner suitable for recording at the Registry of Deeds.
  • Roadway design associated with the preferred alternative
  • Drainage design, including appropriate water quality evaluations
  • Construction traffic control design
  • Construction support services
  • For additional information see scope of work checklist

The Consultant will also be required to assist the Department in the public involvement process, including a formal Public Hearing for the preferred alternative.

This work will require Professional Engineer and Land Surveyor licensure in the State of New Hampshire.

This multi-phase project requires Part “A” (Preliminary Design) and Part “B” (Final Design) services. This solicitation is for Part “A” only. At the conclusion of Part “A”, the Department reserves the right to either negotiate a scope and fee for Part “B”, or terminate the contract.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services, other relevant project experience with references noted, and their current workload with the Department.

The compensation format for the Part “A” agreement will be cost-plus-fixed-fee.

For additional information contact William Oldenburg, at William.Oldenburg@dot.nh.gov or at (603) 271-7419.

Services Required: STRC, RDWY, ENV, HYD, SURV, ROW, TRAF, PINV
Short List: HDR Engineering
Jacobs Engineering Group
WSP USA Inc
Approved Fee:  
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project:

Statewide Aviation Planning Services (1 Contract)
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT

Posting Date: December 15, 2020
Scope of Work: One Statewide On-Call Aviation Planning Service Agreement, anticipated to have a maximum value of $800,000 and up to a five-year term, is needed to provide aviation planning services for various aviation projects located throughout the State. Anticipated project list could consist of:

(1) a continuation of the existing pavement maintenance and evaluation program at the nine general-aviation airports in the NPIAS program,

  • a. Likely consultant services could include: airport planning and engineering, site engineering, geotechnical exploration, transportation planning, surveying, materials testing.

(2) an implementation of the recommendations from, or update to, the New Hampshire State Aviation System Plan,

  • a. Likely consultant services could include: airport planning and engineering, site planning, environmental analysis, historic and architectural evaluations, public involvement, transportation planning, surveying, wetland delineation and analysis.

(3) aircraft rescue and firefighting facility or system planning studies,

  • a. Likely consultant services could include: airport planning and engineering, building and site engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, public involvement, transportation planning, surveying, wetlands delineation and analysis.

(4) various environmental studies serving the needs of New Hampshire’s NPIAS airports,

  • a. Likely consultant services could include: airport planning and engineering, site engineering, environmental analysis and documentation, geotechnical analysis and documentation, historic and architectural evaluations, public involvement, transportation planning, surveying, wetlands delineation and analysis.

(5) obstruction evaluations or airport airspace analyses serving the needs of New Hampshire’s NPIAS airports,

  • a. Likely consultant services could include: airport planning and engineering, site planning, environmental analysis, historic and architectural evaluations, public involvement, transportation planning, surveying, wetland delineation and analysis.

(6) airport research studies servicing the needs of New Hampshire’s airports, and/or

  • a. Likely consultant services could include: airport planning and engineering, site planning, environmental analysis, historic and architectural evaluations, public involvement, transportation planning, surveying, wetland delineation and analysis.

(7) any additional federally funded aviation projects that may arise as a result of changes to NHDOT/Bureau of Aeronautics’ planning project priorities and funding capabilities

(8) technical writing assignments that may include preparation of reports, specifications, procedures, etc.

(9) assist the Department in the public involvement process.

This work may require Professional Engineer licensure in the State of New Hampshire.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned aviation planning services as well as their availability to respond rapidly to on-call assignments.

Task orders assigned under the Statewide On-Call Aviation Planning Service Master Agreement will be negotiated as either a modified cost-plus-fixed-fee or lump-sum method of compensation.

For additional information contact Carol Niewola, Senior Aviation Planner, Bureau of Aeronautics, at 603-271-1675.

Services Required: AERO, CIVL, ELEC, ENV, GEOT, HIST, MECH, PINV, PLAN, SURV, TEST, WET
Short List: Hoyle Tanner & Associates
Jacobs Engineering Group
McFarland-Johnson
Approved Fee:  
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project: Statewide Aviation Engineering Services (1 Contract)
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT
Posting Date: December 15, 2020
Scope of Work: One Statewide On-Call Aviation Engineering Service Agreement, anticipated to have a maximum value of $500,000 and up to a five-year term, is needed to provide aviation engineering services for various aviation projects located throughout the State. Anticipated service needs could consist of:

(1) aircraft rescue and firefighting facility or system improvements,

  • a. Likely consultant services could include: airport engineering, building and site engineering, construction engineering and inspection, environmental analysis and documentation, geotechnical engineering and exploration, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, public involvement, structural engineering, surveying, materials testing, wetlands delineation and analysis.

(2) airport research engineering efforts serving the needs of New Hampshire’s airports, and/or

  • a. Likely consultant services could include: airport engineering, site engineering, environmental analysis and documentation, geotechnical analysis and documentation, public involvement, surveying, material testing, wetland delineation and analysis.

(3) any additional federally funded aviation projects that may arise as a result of changes to NHDOT/Bureau of Aeronautics’ project priorities and funding capabilities

(4) technical writing assignments that may include preparation of reports, specifications, procedures, etc.

(5) assist the Department in the public involvement process.

This work will require Professional Engineer licensure in the State of New Hampshire.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned aviation engineering services as well as their availability to respond rapidly to on-call assignments.

Task orders assigned under the Statewide On-Call Aviation Engineering Service Master Agreement will be negotiated as either a modified cost-plus-fixed-fee or lump-sum method of compensation.

For additional information contact Carol Niewola, Senior Aviation Planner, Bureau of Aeronautics, at 603-271-1675.

Services Required: AERO, CIVL, CE&I, ELEC, ENV, GEOT, MECH, PINV, STRC, SURV, TEST, WET
Short List: AECOM Technical Services
Hoyle Tanner & Associates
Jacobs Engineering Group
Approved Fee:  
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project: Bedford 16100
Implementation of All Electronic Tolling at the Bedford Toll Plaza
Preliminary and Final Design Services
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT
Posting Date: December 2, 2020
Scope of Work:

Preliminary and final design, as well as construction support services contract for the conversion of the existing Bedford Tollbooth facility to an All Electronic Tolling (AET) facility.


Preliminary design will consist of review of the ORT design that was brought to PS&E for vertical alignment, 3D model, drainage design and associated details for roadway construction. The vertical alignment for the ORT will be refined to accommodate the removal of the existing tolling facility. The Department will provide lane and ramp layouts with a conceptual estimate for the three lane in each direction configuration.

Final design is expected to include development of all aspects of conversion contract plans, including but not limited to, plans and associated details for roadway construction, AET infrastructure and gantry design, drainage design, signing, construction sequencing with traffic management considerations. The Tolling Vendor will be responsible for all tolling equipment and commissioning. The successful consultant will be responsible for coordination efforts between Civil Contractor and Tolling Equipment installation. The contract plans will include complete toll plaza demolition plans for existing concrete barriers, tunnel decommissioning and administration building demolition. For additional information see scope of work checklist.

The Department will develop the environmental study with the support of a statewide on-call environmental services consultant. Environmental services specific to the project to be completed by the selected consultant will include the development of a wetland permit application package including associated wetland plans and other resource delineation as necessary. There are no requirements for a Noise Analysis or Air Quality Analysis. The consultant is responsible for a Hazardous Waste Assessment for PFAS and LRS. Preparation of Soil and Groundwater management plans are anticipated. The consultant should be prepared to submit an Erosion Control plan and MS4 Compliance documentation. At this time the Department project must comply with Alteration of Terrain rules, while a permit is not necessary. The consultant will be responsible for oversight for this compliance.

The Consultant will also be required to assist the Department in the public outreach and public involvement process.

Geotechnical and Survey support will be the responsibility of the consultant. The consultant will have either in-house support or a sub-consultant under agreement for geotech and survey.

This work will require Licensed Land Surveyor and Professional Engineer licensure in the State of New Hampshire.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services, other related project experiences with project references noted, and their current workload with the Department. The compensation format for this agreement will be cost plus fixed fee and the contract duration is anticipated to be approximately 18 months.
The project has a target advertising date and construction funding availability in fiscal year 2021 in the current 2019-2028 Ten Year Transportation Improvement Plan.

For additional information contact Nancy Spaulding, Project Manager-Bureau of Turnpikes at 603-485-3806 or Nancy.L.Spaulding@dot.nh.gov.

Services Required: RDWY, ENV, UTIL, STRC, PINV, GEO, SURV
Short List: AECOM Technical Services
HNTB Corp
Jacobs Engineering Group
WSP USA
Approved Fee:  
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project: Statewide On-Call Environmental Services (2 Contracts)
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT
Posting Date: August 31, 2020
Scope of Work:

Two (2) Statewide On-Call Agreements, anticipated to have a maximum value of $500,000 each over a three-year term, are needed to provide on-call environmental services that may include any and all aspects of environmental analysis necessary to advance permitting, and development of National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documentation for transportation projects, including wetland/shoreland impact plan development, and evaluation of:

  • Surface waters and wetlands,
  • Groundwater,
  • Shorelands,
  • Floodplains/floodways,
  • Water quality,
  • Farmland soils,
  • Parks/recreation areas,
  • Conservation areas,
  • Section 4(f) resources,
  • Section 6(f) resources,
  • Wildlife and wildlife habitats,
  • Fisheries and stream crossings,
  • Threatened and Endangered species,
  • Historic and archaeological resources,
  • Noise studies,
  • Air quality studies,
  • Invasive species,
  • Coastal Zone Management areas,
  • Essential Fish Habitat, and
  • Hazardous/contaminated materials.

Tasks may also include preliminary and construction engineering in support of environmental assignments, as well as assistance with public involvement.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services, experience of the firm and staff, availability to respond rapidly to on-call assignments, and their current workload with the Department.

This work will require:

  • Professional Engineer licensure in the State of New Hampshire,
  • Qualifications as a wildlife biologist,
  • Qualifications as a Certified Wetland Scientist in the State of New Hampshire, and
  • Cultural resources staff who meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualifications Standards.
  • Task orders assigned under these Agreements will be negotiated as either a cost-plus-fixed-fee, or a lump-sum method of compensation.

For additional information contact Ronald Crickard, Project Management Section Chief, Bureau of Environment, at (603) 271-7966, or Ronald.Crickard@dot.nh.gov.

Services Required: AIR, ARCY, ENV, HAZ, HIST, NOIS, PINV, WET, WQS
Short List: Comprehensive Env Inc
Fitzgerald & Holiday
GM2 Associates
Hoyle Tanner & Associates
McFarland-Johnson

Vanesse Hangen Brustlin
Approved Fee: $500,000
G&C Approval Date: May 5, 2021

 

Project: Statewide Complex Bridge, 42950
Inspection, Engineering, and Emergency Response
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT
Posting Date: July 20, 2020
Scope of Work:

One (1) Statewide On-Call Agreement, anticipated to have a maximum value of $750,000 over a 3-year term, is needed to provide bridge inspection, design, and emergency response & repair services of complex bridges and ancillary structures on demand at various locations throughout the state.


Scope of work may include:

  • In depth inspection of complex bridges (number and location to be determined) in accordance with National Bridge Inspection Standards (NBIS) and FHWA requirements, which shall include completion of a summary Inspection Report for each complex bridge assigned
  • Rating of complex bridges, including gusset plates, as needed, which shall include preparation of a summary Rating Report for each complex bridge being rated, as well as completion of a NHDOT Bridge Rating Form 4.
  • Emergency response services as needed, as assigned, possibly including expedited design, inspection, and bridge repair services. It is envisioned that these services will be provided through a cooperative partnership between the Department, the Consultant, and a construction Contractor (selected later for specific emergency situations) to provide full services for immediate response and repair of affected bridges during emergencies.
  • In-depth inspection of ancillary structures, such as high mast light poles or similar non-bridge structures, which shall include completion of a summary Structure Inspection Report for each ancillary structure assigned.
  • Additional tasks, such as public involvement, environmental & cultural reviews & permitting, drainage design, roadway design, bridge reviews for overweight permitting, scour analysis & countermeasure design, alternative procurement, and other such similar tasks as may be needed in support of specific bridge projects.
  • Bridge design consulting services as needed, as assigned

This work will require Professional Engineer licensure in the State of New Hampshire.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services, other related project experiences with references noted, and the capability to respond to emergencies as outlined above.

Task orders assigned under this Agreement will be negotiated as either a lump-sum or a modified cost-plus-fixed-fee method of compensation.

For additional information contact: David Scott, Bridge Design, at 603.271.2731 or David.Scott@dot.nh.gov .

Services Required: BRDG, STRC, INSP, RDWY, HYD, GEOT, TRAF, ENV
Short List: Collins Engineers
HDR Engineering
Hoyle Tanner Associates
WSP USA
Approved Fee: $750,000
G&C Approval Date: November 22, 2021

 

Project: Statewide On-Call Community Assistance Construction Engineering and Inspection Services Qualifications-Based Selection Contracts for DOT Managed Locally Administered Projects
Posting Date: June 12, 2020
Scope of Work:

Three (3) Statewide On-Call Agreements, anticipated to have a maximum value of $1,000,000 each over a 3-year term, are needed to provide on-call Construction Engineering and Inspection services for various locally administered transportation projects located throughout the State.
Services required for these contracts includes, but is not limited to:

  • Providing the Department with construction oversight of State Bridge Aid and other state funded, locally sponsored, construction projects, including full and part time inspection and record keeping.
  • Providing the Department with construction oversight of LPA Federally funded construction projects, including full time inspection and record keeping.
  • Providing the Department with construction related engineering services for federal and state funded projects.
  • Providing environmental expertise to meet environmental regulations and related engineering needs related to construction.
  • Assuring the contractors’ compliance with the plans, specifications and environmental commitments for various transportation, highway, and bridge construction projects.
  • Record keeping and reporting, including the Office of Labor Compliance requirements.

Professional Engineer licensure, as well as Licensed Land Surveyor licensure, in the State of New Hampshire is required. Local Public Agency (LPA) and Office of Federal Compliance (OFC) Certifications are required.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services as well as their availability to respond rapidly to on-call assignments.

Task Orders for construction inspection and construction field work services will be paid using Specific Rates of Pay for hours worked. Task Orders for engineering services assigned under these Agreements will be negotiated as either a cost-plus-fixed-fee or lump sum method of compensation.

For information contact: William Watson, NHDOT Planning and Community Assistance Bureau, at (603) 271-3344.

Services Required: CE&I, TEST, ENV, SURV
Short List:

CMA Engineers
Hoyle Tanner Associates
McFarland-Johnson
Quantum Construction Consultants, LLC
TEC Inc
WSP USA, Inc

Approved Fee: $1,000,000
G&C Approval Date: TEC and WSP - November 22, 2021

 

Project: Statewide On-Call Community Assistance Engineering Services
Qualifications-Based Selection for DOT Managed Locally Administered Projects
Posting Date: June 12, 2020
Scope of Work:

Three (3) Statewide On-Call Highway and Bridge Design Agreements, anticipated to have a maximum value of $1,000,000 each over a 3-year term, are needed to provide on-call engineering for highway and bridge design and related technical/professional consulting services for various locally administered projects (LPA), including alternative contract procurement methods, located throughout the State. The LPA assignments given under this agreement will be managed by the Department.


Typical assignments may include, but are not limited to, the following tasks:


Highway Design Efforts:

  • Preliminary design, final design, and development of contract plans and documents for highway and bridge and alternative transportation projects. Some examples include but are not limited to: construction of new or rehabilitation of existing roadways, intersection improvements, drainage systems, signalization, Park and Ride lots, right-of-way plan development, sidewalks, trails and other transportation facilities
  • Review of development drive requests and traffic impact statements, and other improvements that provide enhanced facilities for alternative modes of transportation, are also envisioned

Bridge Design Efforts:

  • Preliminary design, final design, and development of contract plans and documents for bridge maintenance and preservation, rehabilitation, replacement, construction for various types of bridge structures, and construction services
  • Design of roadway approaches if/as needed to fully develop bridge projects and plans, including roadway drainage design
  • Inspection and load rating of various bridge types, including gusset plates as appropriate, and completion of Bridge Rating Form 4 (as-built and as-inspected conditions)
  • Hydraulic calculations and analyses associated with bridges, waterways, and drainage structures
  • Design of scour countermeasures and substructure protection
  • Evaluation of existing structures.

Additional Work Efforts Required:

  • Project Management Services
  • Prepare Planning Level Corridor Studies
  • Environmental efforts to prepare and complete all appropriate environmental documentation, including natural and cultural resource investigations and permitting requirements
  • Traffic control design
  • Hydraulic calculations and analyses associated with bridges, waterways, and drainage structures
    Traffic analysis, overhead sign structure design, bridge design services associated with the highway assignment
  • Technical writing assignments, including preparation of reports, procedures, manuals, etc.
    Geotechnical evaluations and analysis
  • ROW layout and plan development, including any necessary survey work, for reestablishing and documenting the existing highway right-of-way in a manner suitable for recording at the Registry of Deeds
  • Assist in the public involvement process
  • Other additional tasks as needed to support assigned projects/tasks

This work will require Professional Engineer licensure, as well as a Licensed Land Survey licensure, in the State of New Hampshire. Local Public Agency (LPA) Certification is required.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services as well as their availability to respond rapidly to on-call assignments.

Task Orders assigned under these Agreements will be negotiated as either a lump-sum or a modified cost-plus-fixed-fee method of compensation.

For information contact: William Watson, NHDOT Planning and Community Assistance Bureau, at (603) 271-3344.

Services Required: RDWY, TRAF, BRDG, STRC, ENV, HYD, GEO, PLAN, PINV, SURV
Short List: CMA Engineers
Hoyle Tanner & Associates
McFarland Johnson

Stantec Consulting Services
TEC Inc.
Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc.
Approved Fee: $1,000,000
G&C Approval Date:

8/4/2021 - McFarland Johnson
10/27/2021 - Hoyle Tanner & Associates

 

Project: Statewide Intersection/Signal Timing Optimization Improvements 41756, X-A004(744)
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT
Posting Date: May 28, 2020 (Revised June 9, 2020)
Scope of Work: This project involves evaluating current operational parameters and developing and implementing optimized timing and phasing to improve overall performance at between 45 and 61 signalized intersections throughout New Hampshire including within Newport, Conway, Center Harbor, Meredith, Moultonborough, Ossipee, Tilton, Wakefield, Hooksett, Manchester, and Seabrook.
Phasing and timing improvements to each of the project’s signalized intersections, most of which are grouped in corridors, will improve traffic flow, resulting in a reduction to delay and congestion, lowering of the associated vehicles’ idle time, and subsequently improvement to air quality.

The project is expected to include the following generalized tasks:

  • Evaluation of existing conditions including data collection and analysis, traffic modeling of existing conditions using Synchro software, and traffic modeling of optimized signal timings using Synchro software.
  • Implementation of the improvements including training personnel, implementing optimized signal timings at intersections, monitoring resulting conditions, investigating reports of signal timing issues, adjusting signal timing and modeling, as necessary, and providing project documentation.

A list of intersections included in this scope of work is provided here: Intersections.pdf The scope of work checklist is provided here: Scope of Work Checklist.pdf
Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services.

This work will require Professional Engineer licensure in the State of New Hampshire. Also, personnel working in signal cabinets will require certification as a Traffic Signal Bench or Field Technician Level II, or higher, by the International Municipal Signal Association (IMSA).

The compensation format for this agreement will be cost-plus-fixed-fee.

For additional information contact Lee Baronas, Bureau of Traffic, at (603) 271-1680.

Services Required: TRAF, PINV
Short List: BETA, Sebago, VHB
Approved Fee:  
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project: Statewide On-Call Construction Engineering and Inspection Services (5 Contracts) Qualifications-Based Selection Contracts
Posting Date: February 28, 2020
Scope of Work:

Up to Five (5) Statewide On-Call Agreements, anticipated to have a maximum value of $1,950,000 each over a three-year term, are needed to provide on-call Construction Engineering and Inspection services for various transportation projects located throughout the State.


Services required for these contracts includes, but is not limited to:

  • Supplementing the Department’s field staff on single or multiple construction projects.
  • Assisting the Department with oversight of the State Aid Bridge program, including full and part time inspection and record keeping.
  • Providing the Department with construction related engineering services.
  • Providing environmental expertise to assist the Department with environmental regulations and related engineering needs related to construction.
  • Assuring the contractors compliance with the plans, specifications and environmental commitments for various transportation, highway, and bridge construction projects.

Professional Engineer licensure in the State of New Hampshire is required.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services as well as their availability to respond rapidly to on-call assignments.

Task Orders for construction inspection and construction field work services will be paid using Specific Rates of Pay for hours worked. Task Orders for engineering services assigned under these Agreements will be negotiated as either a cost-plus-fixed-fee or lump sum method of compensation.

For information contact:Dean Wilson, NHDOT Construction Bureau, at (603) 271-2571.

Services Required: CE&I
Short List: DuBois & King, Greenman-Pedersen, Hoyle Tanner & Associates, John Turner Consulting, Kleinfelder, McFarland-Johnson, WSP USA
Approved Fee: $1,950,000
G&C Approval Date:

5/19/2021 - GPI
6/2/2021 - John Turner
6/2/2021 McFarland Johnson
6/16/2021 - WSP

 

Project: Statewide – Corridor Study Program
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT
Posting Date: February 28, 2020
Scope of Work:

One (1) Statewide On-Call Corridor Study Services Agreement, anticipated to have a maximum value of $1,500,000 over a 4-year term, is needed to develop and define a Corridor Study Implementation Program and provide planning level corridor studies.
Develop a Corridor Study Implementation Program

  • Develop Criteria for corridor prioritization

Prepare planning level corridor studies. These studies should be an effective tool for assessing existing conditions, developing a preferred future condition, and consistent corridor approach. Other considerations may include:

  • Define and assess acceptable levels of access and mobility
  • Determine transportation system needs to support surrounding land uses
  • Improve safety
  • Identify congestion reduction
  • Traffic analysis
  • Cost estimates
  • Assist the Department/Lead the public involvement
  • Consideration for all modes of transportation, public transit and pull offs, bicycle lanes and use, and sidewalks
  • Project Management Resource. Working under the supervision of DOT staff while implementing, managing, reviewing and overseeing the projects being conducted by the Department.
  • Technical writing assignments could include preparation of reports, specifications, procedures, etc.

Each Study shall include conceptual engineering plans for inclusion in the final report and shall be developed in sufficient detail to establish a geometric framework to guide future improvement projects as well as ranking those improvements within the Corridor and to create planning level cost estimates for such improvements.

This work will require Professional Engineer licensure in the State of New Hampshire.

Task Orders for this Agreements may be negotiated as either a lump-sum or a cost-plus-fixed-fee method of compensation.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned work and past experience with similar type work.

For additional information contact: William Oldenburg, at 271-1486 William.Oldenburg@dot.nh.gov

Services Required: PLAN, TRAF, RDWY, PINV
Short List: Greenman-Pedersen, Inc, Howard Stein Hudson, McFarland-Johnson, Inc, Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc.
Approved Fee: $1,500,000
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project: Project: MANCHESTER – HOOKSETT 42753, X-A004(960)
Bridge Preservation of Manchester Br. Nos. 126/126, 123/118, 118/117, and Hooksett Br. No. 096/049
(Preliminary and Final Design)
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT
Posting Date: January 10, 2020
Scope of Work:

This Project includes preliminary design, public involvement process, final design, and associated environmental & cultural services for the bridge preservation of the following existing bridges: 1) Manchester 126/126 carrying I-93 NB over NH101 WB, SBE RAMP, 2) Manchester 123/118 carrying I-93 NB over Stevens Pond, 3) Manchester 118/117 carrying I-93 NB over Wellington Road, and 4) Hooksett 096/049 carrying I-93 NB over US 3, NH 28. These bridges were constructed in 1976 and1977 and all were painted between 1998 & 2000. Hooksett 096/049 received a new deck in 1998. The other three bridges were deck patched between 1998 & 1999. Manchester 123/118 received new expansion joints in 2012. The bridges are in close proximity to I-93 Exit 7 (on-ramp from NH 101 WB), Exit 8 (Wellington Rd), and Exit 9 (US 3). These bridges are on the Department’s Bridge Preservation List and have a target advertising date in fiscal year 2023.

The scope of work may include:

  • Traffic control design
  • Public Outreach and Public Involvement
  • Replacement of existing bridge expansion joints
  • Developing plans for full and partial depth concrete deck repairs
  • Replacement of membrane and pavement
  • Repairs to the piers
  • Repairs to structural steel and bearings
  • Request for concrete bridge deck condition survey
  • Construction support services

No change in lane capacity is anticipated with this effort.

Environmental efforts are needed to prepare and complete all appropriate environmental documentation including cultural resource investigations and permitting, to satisfy NEPA and state requirements.

The Consultant will also be required to assist the Department in the public outreach and public involvement process.

This work will require Professional Engineer licensure in the State of NH.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services, other related project experiences with project references noted, and their current workload with the Department.

The compensation format for this agreement will be cost-plus-fixed-fee.

For additional information contact David Scott, Bridge Design,
at 603-271-1613 or David.Scott@dot.nh.gov.

Services Required: BRDG, STRC, RDWY, ENV, HIST, PINV, TRAF
Short List: Fuss & O'Neill, Greenman-Pedersen, Inc, HNTB Corporation
Approved Fee:  
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project: Dover 41824
Preliminary Design – Rehabilitation or Replacement of Br. No. 105/133 & 106/133 carrying NH 16 (Spaulding Turnpike) over Cocheco River
(Part “A” – Preliminary Design);
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT
Posting Date: November 15, 2019
Scope of Work:

This Project includes preliminary design, public involvement process, final design, and associated environmental & cultural services for rehabilitation or replacement of the existing bridges carrying NH 16 (Spaulding Turnpike) over the Cocheco River in the City of Dover. Constructed in 1957, and rebuilt in 1991, the bridges are four-span, 267-foot long, steel IBC bridges with each having a total width of 41.33 feet and a rail-to-rail width of 36.5 feet. These bridges are on the Department’s State Red List of deficient structures and have a target advertising date in fiscal year 2021 in the Draft 10 Year Plan.

Scope of work may include:

  • Create alternative analysis from Bridge Rehabilitation Study by AECOM Technical Services, Inc. dated November 2018.
  • Core and test the abutment, pier, and superstructure concrete, if necessary
  • Design a replacement or rehabilitation of the existing bridge that addresses the concerns associated with the bridge structure
  • Environmental investigations to prepare and complete all appropriate environmental documentation and all necessary permitting
  • Roadway Design associated with the bridge rehabilitation or replacement effort
  • Traffic Control evaluation and design
  • Provide final bridge load rating, including NHDOT Bridge Rating Form 4
  • Public Involvement support services
  • Re-establish Existing Right-of-Way
  • Construction support services

Environmental efforts are needed to prepare and complete all appropriate environmental documentation including cultural resource investigations and permitting to satisfy Federal and State requirements.

The Consultant will also be required to assist the Department in the public involvement process.

This work will require Professional Engineer and Land Surveyor licensure in the State of New Hampshire.

This project requires Part “A” (Preliminary Design) and Part “B” (Final Design) services. This solicitation is for Part “A” only. The Department reserves the right to either negotiate a scope and fee for Part “B”, or terminate the contract.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services, other related project experiences with project references noted, and their current workload with the Department.

The compensation format for of this agreement will be cost-plus-fixed-fee.

For additional information contact: Nancy L. Spaulding, PE, Turnpikes Project Manager, at 485-3806 or Nancy.Spaulding@dot.nh.gov, and Joseph C. Adams, PE, Bridge Design at 271-2731 or Joseph.Adams@dot.nh.gov

Services Required: BRDG, STRC, RDWY, ENV, TRAF, PINV, SURV
Short List: DuBois & King, Inc, GM2 Associates, Inc, Hardesty & Hanover, LLC
Approved Fee:  
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project: Dover 42872
Rehabilitation or Replacement of Br. No. 132/101 & 132/102 carrying NH 16 (Spaulding Turnpike) over NH 108 (Central Avenue)
(Part “A” - Preliminary Design);
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT
Posting Date: November 15, 2019
Scope of Work:

This Project includes preliminary design, public involvement process, final design, and associated environmental & cultural services for rehabilitation or replacement of the existing bridges carrying NH 16 (Spaulding Turnpike) over NH 108 (Central Avenue) in the City of Dover. Constructed in 1957, and rebuilt in 1999, the NB bridge (Br. No. 132/102) is a four-span, 206-foot long IB-C bridge with a total width of 47.8 feet and a rail-to-rail width of 43.58 feet. The SB Bridge (Br. No. 132/101) is a six-span, 300-foot long IB-C bridge with a total width of 47.8 feet and a rail-to-rail width of 43.58 feet. These bridges are on the Department’s State Red List of deficient structures.

Scope of work may include:

  • Evaluate Spaulding Turnpike Interchange operations
  • Create alternative analysis
  • If deemed necessary, core and test the abutment, pier, and superstructure concrete
  • Design a replacement or rehabilitation of the existing bridges that addresses the concerns associated with the bridges structure
  • Environmental investigations to prepare and complete all appropriate environmental documentation and all necessary permitting
  • Roadway Design associated with the bridge rehabilitation or replacement effort
  • Traffic Control evaluation and design
  • Provide final bridge load rating, including NHDOT Bridge Rating Form 4
  • Public Involvement support services, Public Hearing anticipated
  • Re-establish existing Right-of-Way
  • Construction support services

No change in lane capacity is anticipated with this effort.

Environmental efforts are needed to prepare and complete all appropriate environmental documentation including cultural resource investigations and permitting to satisfy Federal and State requirements.

The Consultant will also be required to assist the Department in the public involvement process that may require a public hearing.

This work will require Professional Engineer and Land Surveyor licensure in the State of New Hampshire. Recordable Right of Way purchase plans are anticipated.

This project requires Part “A” (Preliminary Design) and Part “B” (Final Design) services. This solicitation is for Part “A” only. The Department reserves the right to either negotiate a scope and fee for Part “B”, or terminate the contract.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services, other related project experiences with project references noted, and their current workload with the Department.

The compensation format for of this agreement will be cost-plus-fixed-fee.
For additional information contact: Nancy L. Spaulding, PE, Turnpikes Project Manager, at 485-3806 or Nancy.Spaulding@dot.nh.gov. and Joseph C. Adams, PE, Bridge Design at 271-2731 or Joseph.Adams@dot.nh.gov.

Services Required: BRDG, STRC, RDWY, ENV, ROW, TRAF, PINV, SURV
Short List: Fuss & O'Neill,
McFarland-Johnson, Inc,
Hoyle Tanner & Associates, Inc
Approved Fee:  
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project: Statewide On-Call Coastal Wetlands and Environmental Services
(2 Contracts)
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT
Posting Date: October 11, 2019
Scope of Work:

Two (2) Statewide On-Call Agreements, anticipated at $400,000 each over a three-year term, are needed to conduct environmental/wetlands-related services for Department projects and activities at various locations throughout the State, with a focus on coastal wetlands and resources.

These services may include:

  • Preparation of Coastal Functional Assessments pursuant to new NH Department of Environmental
  • Services (DES) Administrative Rule Env-Wt 603.04;
  • Preparation of Vulnerability Assessments pursuant to new DES Administrative Rule Env-Wt 603.05;
  • Delineation of wetlands (following the 1987 US Army Corps of Engineers Wetland Delineation Manual);
  • Assessment of coastal/tidal functions and resiliency;
  • Assessment of wetland functions and values;
  • Assessment of wetland impacts;
  • Stream crossing data collection, assessment and design;
  • Preparation of permit applications and plans, such as for DES Wetlands and/or Shoreland Permits;
  • Identification of areas under the Shoreland Water Quality Protection Act;
  • Development of environmental documentation, including wetlands/coastal/sustainability-related narratives;
  • Development of wetland mitigation strategies;
  • Monitoring wetland mitigation construction;
  • Completion of wetland/wetland mitigation monitoring reports;
  • Identification of invasive species;
  • Identification of rare plants/endangered species; and
  • Coordination with natural resource agencies, as necessary.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services, other relevant project experienced with references noted, and their current workload with the Department. This work will require Certified Wetland Scientist licensure, and Professional Engineering licensure in the State of New Hampshire, as well as a New Hampshire Licensed Land Surveyor.

Task Orders assigned under this agreement may be negotiated as either a cost-plus-fixed-fee or a lump-sum method of compensation.

For additional information contact: Andrew O’Sullivan, Wetlands Program Manager, Bureau of Environment at Andrew.O'Sullivan@dot.nh.gov, or (603) 271-3226.

Services Required: ENV, HYD, RDWY, STRC, SURV, WET, WQS
Short List: GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc, Tighe & Bond, Inc, McFarland-Johnson, Inc, Normandeau Associates, Inc
Approved Fee: $400,000
G&C Approval Date: GZA 10/7/2021
Tighe & Bond 10/21/2021

 

Project: Windham 40663, X-A004(461)
Planning level corridor study of NH Route 111 in Windham from the intersection of Ledge Road / London Bridge Road easterly approximately 1.6 miles to the Wall Street / NH Route 111 intersection
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT
Posting Date: October 11, 2019
Scope of Work:

Planning level corridor study of NH Route 111 in Windham, NH from the intersection of Ledge Road / London Bridge Road easterly approximately 1.6 miles to the Wall Street / NH Route 111 intersection. This work will also include extending the traffic analysis only from the intersection with NH Route 128 to the intersection of Wall Street.
The purpose of the project is to update and extend the July 2011 planning level corridor study (http://windhamnh.gov/200/NH-Route-111-Corridor-Wall-Street-Extens) to consider public transit including bicycle use, transit pull offs and sidewalks. The project should also consider opportunities to enhance the Town Center, located on NH Route 111 (see also conceptual beautification plans https://www.windhamnh.gov/272/Town-Center-Beautification-Sub-Committee). The project should be developed considering complete streets and context sensitive designs. This study should be an effective tool for assessing existing conditions, developing a preferred future condition, and offering interim fixes for transitioning the corridor. Other considerations may include:

  • Define and assess acceptable levels of access and mobility,
  • Determine transportation system needs to support surrounding land uses,
  • Consolidate and control access points,
  • Consider roundabouts in the design as shown in the July 2011 study recommendations,
  • Identify operational deficiencies and promote operational efficiency,
  • Maximize existing infrastructure and consider future infrastructure improvements,
  • Improve safety conditions,
  • Identify congestion reduction,
  • Traffic analysis,
  • Stormwater concepts and considerations,
  • Cost estimates

The study shall include conceptual engineering plans for inclusion in the final report and shall be developed in sufficient detail to establish a geometric framework to guide future improvement projects in the Corridor and to create planning level cost estimates for such improvements.

Environmental efforts are needed to evaluate the proposed alternatives. The Consultant will also be required to assist the Department in the public involvement process including working with a Public Advisory Committee.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services, other relevant project experience with references noted, and their current workload with the Department. This work will require Professional Engineer licensure in the State of New Hampshire. The compensation format for the agreement will be cost-plus-fixed-fee or lump sum.

For additional information contact Wendy Johnson, Highway Design, at Wendy.Johnson@dot.nh.gov or (603) 271-2171.

Services Required: RDWY, PLAN, ENV, TRAF, PINV
Short List: McFarland-Johnson, Inc, James W. Sewall Company, T.Y. Lin International, Inc.
Approved Fee:  
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project:

Hampton 42573
Preliminary Design – Rehabilitation or Replacement of Br. No. 163/184 carrying US Route 1 over NHRR (Abandoned Hampton Branch)
(Part “A” - Preliminary Design);
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT

Posting Date: August 26, 2019
Scope of Work:

This Project includes preliminary design, public involvement process, final design, and associated environmental & cultural services for rehabilitation or replacement of the existing bridge carrying US Route 1 (Lafayette Road) over the Abandoned NHRR (recently acquired Hampton Branch) in the Town of Hampton. Constructed in 1936, single span, 120-foot long, thru-plate girder bridge with a total width of 40.0 feet and a curb-to-curb width of 34.0 feet. Approach roadway width is 36.0 feet. This bridge is on the Department’s State Red List of deficient structures and has a target advertising date in fiscal year 2028 in the draft 10-year plan.

Scope of work may include:

  • Perform an in-depth inspection of bridge, including superstructure and substructure
  • Core and test the abutment, if necessary
  • Design a replacement or rehabilitation of the existing bridge that addresses the concerns associated with the bridge structure
  • Environmental investigations to prepare and complete all appropriate environmental documentation and all necessary permitting
  • Roadway Design associated with the bridge rehabilitation or replacement effort
  • Traffic Control evaluation and design
  • Provide final bridge load rating, including NHDOT Bridge Rating Form 4
  • Public Involvement support services
  • Perform Boundary Survey
  • Construction support services

Lane and shoulder widths will be determined by AASHTO with consideration of input from the Public Involvement process if a bridge replacement is selected.

Environmental efforts are needed to prepare and complete all appropriate environmental documentation including cultural resource investigations and permitting to satisfy Federal and State requirements.

The Consultant will also be required to assist the Department in the public involvement process that may also require a public hearing depending on the selected alternative.

This work will require Professional Engineer and Land Surveyor licensure in the State of New Hampshire.

This project requires Part “A” (Preliminary Design) and Part “B” (Final Design) services. This solicitation is for Part “A” only. The Department reserves the right to either negotiate a scope and fee for Part “B”, or terminate the contract.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services, other related project experiences with project references noted, and their current workload with the Department.

The compensation format for Part A of this agreement will be cost-plus-fixed-fee.

For additional information contact: Joseph Adams, Bridge Design, at 271-1618 or Joseph.Adams@dot.nh.gov.

Services Required: BRDG, STRC, RDWY, ENV, HIST, TEST, INSP, TRAF, PINV, SURV
Short List: AECOM Technical Services, Inc, Fuss & O'Neill, GM2 Associates, Inc.
Approved Fee:  
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project: Webster 41429
Preliminary Design – Rehabilitation or Replacement of Br. No. 099/123 carrying NH 127 over Blackwater River (Part “A” - Preliminary Design);
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT
Posting Date: August 8, 2019
Scope of Work:

This Project includes preliminary design, public involvement process, final design, and associated environmental & cultural services for rehabilitation or replacement of the existing bridge carrying NH 127 over the Blackwater River in the Town of Webster. Constructed in 1941, it is a three-span, 166 foot long, concrete rigid frame bridge with a total width of 34.0 feet and a rail-to-rail width of 28.0 feet. This bridge is on the Department’s State Red List of deficient structures and has a target advertising date in fiscal year 2023 in the draft 10 year plan.

Scope of work may include:

  • Perform an in-depth inspection of bridge, including superstructure and substructure
  • Core and test the abutment, pier, and superstructure concrete, if necessary
  • Design a replacement or rehabilitation of the existing bridge that addresses the concerns associated with the bridge structure
  • Environmental investigations to prepare and complete all appropriate environmental documentation and all necessary permitting
  • Roadway Design associated with the bridge rehabilitation or replacement effort
  • Traffic Control evaluation and design
  • Provide final bridge load rating, including NHDOT Bridge Rating Form 4
  • Public Involvement support services
  • Construction support services

No change in lane capacity is anticipated with this effort.

Environmental efforts are needed to prepare and complete all appropriate environmental documentation including cultural resource investigations and permitting to satisfy Federal and State requirements.

The Consultant will also be required to assist the Department in the public involvement process that may also require a public hearing depending on the selected alternative.

This work will require Professional Engineer and Land Surveyor licensure in the State of New Hampshire.

This project requires Part “A” (Preliminary Design) and Part “B” (Final Design) services. This solicitation is for Part “A” only. The Department reserves the right to either negotiate a scope and fee for Part “B”, or terminate the contract.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services, other related project experiences with project references noted, and their current workload with the Department.

The format for Part A of this agreement will be cost-plus-fixed-fee.

For additional information contact: Joseph Adams, Bridge Design, at 271-1618 or Joseph.Adams@dot.nh.gov

Services Required: BRDG, STRC, RDWY, ENV, HIST, TEST, INSP, TRAF, PINV, SURV
Short List: AECOM Technical Services, Inc, GM2 Associates, Inc, CME Associates, Inc.
Approved Fee:  
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project: Development of an Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Program 43272B
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT
Posting Date: August 26, 2019
Scope of Work: NHDOT needs to develop a UAS program plan in order to facilitate deployment of UAS in its day-to-day activities. This UAS program plan will outline the organizational structure and program requirements in order to streamline the process to implement this valuable technology.
The Consultant will review UAS applications utilized by DOTs nationwide, the related operational missions of those DOTs, and proposed or emerging UAS applications. The Consultant will evaluate the ability of each UAS application in terms of effectiveness, efficiency, safety, cost and labor savings as it applies to NHDOT. The Consultant will identify NHDOT missions that might be better served by enhancing traditional methods with UAS, as opposed to UAS applications that replace traditional NHDOT methods. This review will identify needed support systems or infrastructure (e.g., data storage, data interface, avionics, sensors, software, UAS platforms, etc.) associated with these UAS applications.

The Consultant will evaluate the possibility of NHDOT UAS ownership vs. hiring a UAS consultant. Additional constraints to be evaluated include cost, legal, regulatory, and other factors. Based on this evaluation the Consultant will make a recommendation of UAS management structure and UAS data organization within NHDOT, noting any limitations or other considerations used in making this recommendation.

Based on the recommendation above, the Consultant will develop an implementation plan that includes drafts of a UAS policy for NHDOT, UAS outreach plan, UAS privacy policy, UAS safety plan, staff requirements to support this UAS program, and other program requirements. To support this implementation plan the Consultant will evaluate current UAS legislation nationwide and recommend UAS legislation specific to New Hampshire.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services. This work will require Professional Engineer licensure in the State of New Hampshire. The compensation format for this agreement will be lump sum or cost-plus-fixed-fee.

For additional information contact William Stanfield, Bureau of Aeronautics, at (603) 271-1677.

Services Required: AERO, ITS, PINV, PLAN, BRDG, RDWY
Short List: WSP USA Inc, HoveCon Projects Solutions, Inc, Greenman-Pedersen, Inc, Argen Tech Solutions, Inc
Approved Fee:  
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Project:

Shelburne 40551, X-A004(430)
Preliminary & Final Design – Rehabilitation of Br. No. 075/113 carrying North Road over Androscoggin River (Part “A” - Preliminary Design);
QUALIFICATIONS-BASED SELECTION CONTRACT

Posting Date: September 17, 2018
Scope of Work:

This Project includes preliminary design, public involvement process, final design, and associated environmental & cultural services for rehabilitation (anticipated to be a superstructure replacement) of the existing bridge carrying North Road over the Androscoggin River in the town of Shelburne. Constructed in 1900 and rehabilitated in 1959, this five-span, 182 foot long, four steel girder spans and one arch span bridge with a total width of 24 feet and a curb-to-curb width of 20 feet. This bridge is on the Department’s Red List of deficient structures and has a target advertising date in fiscal year 2026 in the current 10 year plan.
Scope of work may include:

  • Perform an in-depth inspection of bridge, including superstructure and substructure
  • Design a replacement of the existing bridge deck
  • Design a superstructure replacement
  • Core and test the abutment and pier concrete
  • Replace bridge rail and approach rail
  • Design replacement of bridge bearings
  • Design replacement of expansion joints
  • Design concrete repairs to substructure
  • Environmental investigations to prepare and complete all appropriate environmental documentation and all necessary permitting
  • Roadway Design associated with the bridge rehabilitation effort
  • Traffic Control evaluation and design
  • Provide “as inspected” bridge load rating
  • Provide final bridge load rating, including NHDOT Bridge Rating Form 4
  • Public Involvement support services
  • Construction support services

No change in lane capacity is anticipated with this effort.

Environmental efforts are needed to prepare and complete all appropriate environmental documentation including cultural resource investigations and permitting to satisfy Federal and State requirements.

The Consultant will also be required to assist the Department in the public involvement process.

This work will require Professional Engineer licensure in the State of New Hampshire.

This project requires Part “A” (Preliminary Design) and Part “B” (Final Design) services. This solicitation is for Part “A” only. The Department reserves the right to either negotiate a scope and fee for Part “B”, or terminate the contract.

Consultants submitting a Letter of Interest will be assessed on their capability to perform the above-mentioned services, other related project experiences with project references noted, and their current workload with the Department.

The format for this agreement will be cost-plus-fixed-fee.
For additional information contact: Joseph Adams, Bridge Design, at 271-1618 or Joseph.Adams@dot.nh.gov

Services Required: BRDG, STRC, RDWY, ENV, HIST, TEST, INSP, TRAF, PINV
Short List: Greenman-Pedersen, Inc, AECOM Technical Services, Inc, Weston & Sampson Engineers, Inc
Approved Fee:  
G&C Approval Date:  

 

Do you have a question or comment regarding this information or the Consultant selection process?
Contact William J. Oldenburg, P.E., Assistant Director of Project Development, Chairperson, Consultant Selection Committee at (603) 271-1486.




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