Current Project Information

Requests for Proposals / Qualifications:


Construction Management for 2019 Annual and Measure J & L Pavement Rehabilitation Project : Proposals due 4/29/2019 @ 2 PM

Camino Pablo Bicycle Route Corridor Improvements Design RFP:

Proposals due 4/11/2019

On-Call Proposals Due 3/14/2019:

On-Call Civil Engineering RFQ


On-Call Construction Management RFQ


On-Call Geotechnical Engineering RFQ


On-Call Landscape Architecture RFQ


On-call Land Surveying RFQ


On-Call Traffic Engineering RFQ
On-Call Geomorphic Services RFQ
On-Call On-Call Hydraulic Services RFQ

A separate proposal must be submitted for each discipline.

Camino Pablo Medians Landscape BID RESULTS



ADDENDUM #1 - Camino Pablo Medians Landscape Improvements

Upcoming Projects 


2019 Annual and Measures J & L Pavement Rehabilitation


  
Click Here to View a Video for the Full Depth Reclamation Process (FDR) to be used for the Pavement Rehabilitation

Click Here to View Contra Costa Central Sanitary District Information for Property Owners on Lateral Sewer Pipes
   

Bidders List Application


​The City of Orinda has elected to become subject to the Uniform Public Construction Cost Accounting Procedures and is requesting all contractors interested in being added to the City’s list of qualified bidders to complete the Bidders List Application.

There is no submittal deadline. Names will be added to the mailing list as they are received.

Mail or FAX the completed Bidder's List Application to:
City of Orinda
Public Works and Engineering Services
22 Orinda Way
Orinda, CA 94563
ATTN: Larry Theis
orindaengineering@cityoforinda.org
FAX: (925) 253-7699

The List of Qualified Bidders is updated annually. Each November the City sends a notice to construction trade journals (per Section 22036 of the California Public Contract Code) inviting licensed contractors to submit their firm for inclusion on the City’s list.

In 2010, the Orinda City Council adopted Ordinance No. 10-09 establishing Informal Bidding Procedures as described in Section 22000 of the California Public Contract Code.  These procedures allow Public Works construction projects which meet specific criteria for cost (currently $50,000 maximum) to be performed by contract acquired by informal bidding procedures.