190TH STREET REHABILITATION (HAWTHORNE BLVD. TO PRAIRIE AVE.), I-130
PROJECT ENGINEER: Davina Buenavista
190th Street is an east-west arterial roadway for Torrance and the South Bay region. The segment between Hawthorne Boulevard and Prairie Avenue has 4-lanes with no raised medians, and an average traffic volume of approximately 31,000 vehicles per day.
This project will generally provide for rehabilitation of deteriorated asphalt concrete (AC) pavement; curb/gutter/sidewalk repairs; upgrades to access ramps for ADA compliance; replacement of all faded roadway signs; installation of bike lanes; upgrades to selected traffic signal equipment; and replacement of all illuminated street name signs at the 190th St/Prairie Ave intersection.
Now advertised for construction bids. See PROJECT DOCUMENTS section for information and documents.
The official Bidder's Submittal packet must be obtained from the Office of the City Clerk, City Hall, 3031 Torrance Boulevard, Torrance, California. Contact the City Clerk's office at (310) 781-7530 or CityClerk@TorranceCA.gov for more information. There is no cost if the Bidder's Submittal is obtained at City Hall. A payment of $5 is required if requested by mail. The amount includes tax and is not refundable. A prospective bidder must provide to the City Clerk the firm's name, address, telephone and fax numbers, a contact person and a valid email address. This will ensure that your firm is listed as a "Plan Holder" and that you will be informed of any and all information issued subsequent to obtaining the official form of Proposal. Addenda will be issued only by email and only to those that provide the required information to the City Clerk. Receipt of any Addendum must be acknowledged by a bidder in its submitted form of Proposal.
The total budget for this project, including design, construction and inspection, is $770,000.