MASSACHUSETTS BAY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
10 PARK PLAZA
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 02116-3975
Please review the complete notice to bidders to access the full legal version of this solicitation.
|Project Name||Fitchburg Commuter Rail Improvement Project, South Acton Station|
|Project Location||Acton, Massachusetts|
|Class||1 - GENERAL TRANSIT CONSTRUCTION|
Scope of Work
Work at the new South Acton Commuter Rail Station will consist of improvements to the existing location to include construction of two 800 foot long, high level, side boarding platforms; two head houses each with lobby space, a stairway, and elevator, a platform canopies, a pedestrian bridge, platform access stairs and ramps; canopies over ramps and sections of the platform; a lighting system; a variable message sign system; signage; sidewalks, a new drop off area and plaza; parking lot drop off area site improvements; and other features and elements necessary to create a fully accessible and functional commuter rail station. These improvements will be made while the existing station continues to function.
Send Sealed Bids to:
Director of Contract Adminstration
10 Park Plaza
Contract Administration Office, 6th Floor, Room 6720
Boston, Massachusetts 02116-3975
Bids Must Be Received By: July 24, 2012 At 10:00 AM
Immediately thereafter, in a designated room, the Bids will be opened and read publicly.
Authorization for the Bidders to view the site of work on the MBTA's property shall be obtained by:
|Project Manager||Paul Hadley|
500 Arborway, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
|Site Tour Date & Time*||June 19, 2012 at 10:00 AM|
|Site Tour Location||500 Arborway, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts|
|Pre-Bid Meeting Date & Time **||June 20, 2012 at 10:00 AM|
|Pre-Bid Meeting Location||Conference Rm # 2, 500 Arborway, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts|
|Documents Available||June 08, 2012|
*. Bidders are advised that they should have representation at this tour as no extra visits are planned.
**. Any request for interpretation of the Plans and Specifications should be submitted in writing at the same time.
Richard A. Davey
MassDOT Secretary & CEO