Seattle central waterfront redevelopment
Seattle, USA, is seeking a design team to deliver one of the most significant civic projects in its 150-year history, the redevelopment of its central waterfront
The city is commissioning a framework for the reclamation of its downtown waterfront, improving connections to the shoreline. The project works include more than 3.6 hectares of public space, a new street and services.
The deadline for receipt of tenders is 4 August.
Client contact details:
Interested qualified consultants may request the RFQ packet at the following address:https://www.ebidexchange.com/seattle, or TTY 800-833-6388.
The RFQ includes a preliminary scope of work, and administrative requirements such as selection process, schedule, etc.
For more information, please contact David Goldberg at (206) 615-1447 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The City of Seattle is seeking an integrated design team of exceptional talent and experience to assist in achieving this vision. The scope of work includes:
- A framework plan that establishes the broader planning context for the project;
- Design of the following specific elements;
- A new multi-modal street along Alaskan Way and the existing SR99 alignment, between King Street and Elliott and Western Avenues near the south portal of the existing Battery Street Tunnel
- More than 9 acres of new public spaces
- New drainage and combined sewer overflow (CSO) facilities, and relocation of existing utilities, and
- Development and implementation of a robust outreach and engagement strategy in partnership with the City and Seattle Waterfront Steering Committee, with the goal of ensuring citywide engagement in the design process, and a broad sense of ownership and support for this project.
The estimated budget for the planning and design of the entire Project is $50 to $70 million. The budget for design work in Phase I (first two years) is expected to be $4 to $6 million.