Professional Architectural Services - Happy Hill Park Renovation
One of the objectives under the City Council’s Strategic Focus Area for Healthy Environment focuses on the expansion of open space and recreation facilities and includes the implementation of major park master plans and parks/open space plans. This project provides for the re-development and upgrade of Happy Hill Park as part of the overall Southeast Gateway Development Plan. The redevelopment will include renovations to or relocation of the pool and/or a water sprayground, a parking lot expansion at the Sims Neighborhood Center, relocation of the picnic shelter, new playing fields, improved landscaping, development of the property at the corner of Alder and Liberia Streets, and other improvements to the park property. The City of Winston-Salem desires to engage a private architectural firm for professional services including park and facility assessment and space analysis and cost estimates for the renovation of the park and park facilities. The City may elect to negotiate with the selected firm(s) to perform additional services on these or other projects. Additional work or contracts, if any, will be dependent on consultant performance on originally assigned work. The additional work may include, but is not limited to: preparation of final design, bid and construction documents, permitting, testing, and construction administration. For additional background information on the project and requirements to submit a letters of interest, please open the PDF document below:
Letters of Interest Happy Hill Park Renovations [pdf/59kb/9p].
Submission deadline: 4:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 18, 2015.
Contact: Robert Prestwood, P.E., City Engineer: email@example.com.
Professional Engineering Services - Springs Park Slope Repair
The City of Winston-Salem owns and maintains Springs Park and the segment of West End Boulevard between N. Broad Street and W. Seventh Street. Near the 300 block of West End Boulevard the grade difference between the paved riding surface and the toe of slope varies between 15 feet and 20 feet. Surface water runoff from the street, stream flow at the toe of the slope, and very steep topography have contributed to the erosion of soils and the progressive failure of the sloped embankment that supports the road. Accordingly, this project will need to address slope repair and stabilization, stream re-alignment and protection, and roadway drainage improvements that will be in harmony with the park and the historic neighborhood. The City of Winston-Salem Stormwater Division desires to engage a qualified private engineering firm for professional engineering services related to the repair and stabilization of the failing slope along West End Boulevard in Springs Park. For additional background information on the project and requirements to submit a letters of interest, please open the PDF document below:
Letter of Interest Springs Park Slope Repair [pdf/68k/9p].
Submission deadline: 4:00 p.m. Friday, March 6, 2015.
Contact: Keith Huff, Director, Stormwater Management Department: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Professional Engineering Services - Environmental Services and Flood Study - Piedmont Regional Greenway
The City of Winston-Salem is proposing to construct a greenway along Kerners Mill Creek. The greenway will pass through an existing culvert under US-421 (Business 40). Preliminary work has been done to obtain approval from NCDOT to construct the greenway within their culvert. The preliminary evaluation indicated that a CLOMR and subsequent LOMR would be required. The selected firm will be responsible for performing a flood study, obtaining approval from NCDOT of the flood study, all work necessary to obtain the necessary CLOMR and subsequent LOMR and any work necessary to satisfy the City’s Environmental Ordinance as it relates to the floodway and floodway fringe regulations. The City will provide the selected firm with the existing effective FEMA model, the preliminary evaluations results and survey data necessary to perform the study. For additional background information on the project and requirements to submit a letters of interest, please open the PDF document below:
Letters of Interest Piedmont Regional Greenway Flood Study [pdf/2mb/8p].
Submission deadline: 5:00 p.m. March 13, 2015.
Contact: Andrea Keyser, P.E., Engineering Design Manager: email@example.com