Dover Transit Center First Phase
Current Water St. Station in Dover
Build the first phase of a DART Dover Transit Center on five acres on Water Street between Queen and West streets. This work would include the internal loop road, shelters, parking lot and stormwater system.
$5.7 million, to be obligated in the one-year timeframe.
Federal spending allocation restrictions prevent the full $13.3 million from being funded. As such, DelDOT will move forward with the bus loop, parking areas and stormwater aspects, while making future accommodations for the addition of the buildings. Eventually, this site would replace the current minimal facility on 1.5 acres on Water Street, between Governors Ave. and State Street. The future facility could accommodate more buses, allowing for future expansion of the system if funding allows. The new facility will also be located on the rail line, allowing for possible use as a train station in the future if funding for such a capital project were available.
The Dover Transit Center was awarded November 20, 2009 to Richard E. Pierson Construction Co. for a Total Lump Sum Price of $4,460,000.00.
RFP Documents with Addenda Incorporated
RFP as issued to Shortlisted Proposers (ITP)
Final Part 1 Contract Documents - Project Scope
Final Part 2 Contract Documents - Section 100
Final Part 3 Design Requirements and Performance Specifications
Final Part 4 Special Provisions
Final Part 5 Utility and Right-of-Way Statements
Final Part 6 Environmental Requirements
Vehicle Dimension Plans
G&L Tank Removal Documents
Environmental Assessment Phase I
Environmental Assessment Phase II
May 26, 2009 RFQ Informational Meeting