Monday, August 4, 2014

Oakland Macomb Interceptor Drain, RFP Issued for Segment 4 Repair Program, OMID Contract 5

Last week, the Oakland Macomb Interceptor Drain Drainage District issued a request for bids for the Segment 4 Repair, Contract No. 5.

A mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting will be held on August 13, 2014 at the Macomb Intermediate School District (MISD) Educational Service Center located at 44001 Garfield, Clinton Township, Michigan, 48038. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. The Pre-Bid Meeting will begin at 10:00 a.m.

Bids will be opened on September 11, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. Office of the Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner, Building 95 West, One Public Works Drive, Waterford, Michigan 48328-1907. Only bids received from registered contractors in attendance at the Pre-Bid meeting will be opened. All other bids will be rejected as non-responsive.

Scope of Work
Contract 5 repair work is located along the Oakland Arm Interceptor in PCI-9 and PCI-10A/B extending mostly along Utica Road in the cities of Sterling Heights and Utica and the Township of Shelby. PCI-10A/B reaches of sewer extend through the southern and northern parts (respectively) of a nature preserve, now comprised of Riverbends Park and Holland Ponds Park. In order to facilitate financing, Contract 5 work will be split into two separate Contracts, hereafter referred to as Contract 5 Phase 5A and Phase 5B, both to be awarded based on a single combined bid from a Contractor who is the lowest responsible and responsive bidder for both combined phases.

Phase 5B will be awarded and executed only if and when Federal Financing is obtained.

Work items for both phases of Contract No. 5 include the following:

Phase 5A
- Construction of permanent gravel roadways.
- Construction of temporary crossings.

Phase 5B
- Construction of 2 access shafts.
- Repair hole in the PCI-9 interceptor.
- Repair visible reinforcement and where reinforcement outline is visible.
- Inject cementitious grout (from in tunnel) in areas with suspected voids surrounding the interceptor; seal running and gushing leaks with chemical grout.
- Access manholes modification/restoration.
- Repair localized crack/fracture using chemical grout.
- Interceptor lining of selected locations.
- Interceptor lining at meter tap locations.
- Perform CCTV inspection after completion of repairs.
- Sewage flow management.           

The project will be funded under the Stormwater, Asset Managment, and Wastewater  Program. Click here for more information about the SAW program.

For more information about this project, contact Abdulnasser Almadhoun, P.E. at NTH Consultants - 313-237-3942 or by e-mail:

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Looking forward to The City of Warren getting connected to stop flooding issues --