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2020 Pre-qualified Stream Contractors Request for SOQs.

August 30, 2019

The purpose of the Pre-qualified Contractor list is to have a group of pre-qualified contractors who are experienced and capable of performing urban drainage work successfully. Urban drainage work is unique from other types of work in that the projects are located in waterways that are highly regulated by local, state, and federal agencies and are susceptible to frequent flows as well as flood conditions. Therefore, it is important to have a group of contractors who are familiar with construction in and around streams and rivers and can understand, obtain, and follow permit
requirements. They also need to be able to work together with Mile High Flood District (MHFD), formerly known as Urban Drainage and Flood Control District, staff, and local officials to form an effective team. This allows staff to manage several simultaneous projects, which is necessary due to the large volume of construction activities performed each year by MHFD with a very limited full time staff.
2020 Pre-Qualified Consultant Information Sheet

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