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Procurement Category
Estimated Value
$2 million to $5 million
Competition Type
Small Business Set-Aside
RFP Quarter
1st QTR
RFP Fiscal Year
237 310
Sequence Number

"Project NP-NAMA 12(3) is located on the National Mall within the District of Columbia.  The project consists of the rehabilitation of the Outlet Bridge (Structure Number 3400-031P) and resurfacing East Basin Drive from Inlet Bridge to Main Avenue, and the construction of a cycle track from the Jefferson Memorial to Maine Ave.

Bridge rehabilitation work includes replacing the bridge wearing surface with a latex modified concrete overlay, cleaning and spot painting of the steel beams, cleaning and sealant coating of the existing exposed rebar on the east arch fascia, repairing of the concrete spalling on the underside of the bridge deck, repairing cracks on the abutment backwalls, rehabilitating the seawalls, repairing erosion at the northeast embankment, and other miscellaneous work. Resurfacing work includes asphalt pavement milling and asphalt paving. A two-way cycle track will be constructed from the Jefferson Memorial to Maine Ave.  The proposed cycle track would extend the existing cycle track that currently terminates at the Jefferson Memorial.  The cycle track is proposed to be a total width of ten feet, consisting of two, eight-foot lanes and one, two-foot buffer/median. Vehicle lane widths along East Basin Drive and Ohio Drive will be reduced to ten feet to accommodate the proposed cycle track"

Contact Name
Melvin Sloan
(703) 404-6205
Is this a follow-on to a current 8(a) contract?
Is this funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act?
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