Request for Proposal - Monroe Street Interchange and Jackson Street Interchange

Request for Proposals – RFP





Distribution Date: June 1, 2017

Addendum Date: June 23, 2017


The County of Riverside Transportation Department in cooperation with the City of Indio is seeking technical proposals from qualified engineering professionals to provide engineering and environmental services for the improvements at Monroe Street interchange on I-10 and Jackson Street interchange on I-10.

The Monroe and Jackson Street interchanges are located on I-10 between Jefferson Street and Golf Center Parkway in the City of Indio. The interchanges are major access points for existing residential and retail sites. Significant growth and development has taken place in the past 30 years and is expected to continue. Immediate and long-term growth in the area will cause an increase in traffic volume throughout the City, particularly around the existing interchanges. Widening Monroe and Jackson Streets at these interchanges would address existing deficiencies, remove the existing bottlenecks, and accommodate growth and development.

Tasks required to complete the Project Approval / Environmental Document (PA/ED) phase for the proposed reconstruction projects include, but are not limited to: prepare and coordinate approval approve of an environmental document, obtain any pertinent construction permits, prepare a Project Report that documents all preliminary design engineering work performed in support of the environmental document,  right of way engineering and utility coordination, and prepare all required preliminary design plans and cost estimates for the PS&E phase.

The initial contract will include all relevant services agreed upon by the County and required for the PA/ED phase of work, which is funded 100% with local funds provided by the Coachella Valley Association of Governments and the City of Indio.  Upon satisfactory completion of the PA/ED phase of the projects and the depending on the availability of local funds for the PS&E phase, the County may amend the consultant contracts to include PS&E and design support during construction phases of work.  However, if the State/Federal funds are programmed to be expended during the PS&E phase of the project, the County will issue a new RFP in the future to comply with all necessary State/Federal funding requirements.

Coordination of work will be required with several public and private entities including, but not limited to Caltrans, regulatory agencies, and utility companies. The projects will be developed and all work will be prepared in accordance with the current Caltrans and/or other cooperating agency practices, regulations, policies, procedures, manuals, and standards including compliance with Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) requirements.

Notice is hereby provided regarding the availability of a Request for Proposal. Consultants wishing to submit Proposals in response to this Request for Proposals (RFP) can download the RFP from the link provided below:

Engineering and Environmental Services Monroe_Jackson_RFP (pdf)
Addendum #1, 6/5/17
Addendum # 2, 6/8/17
Addendum #3, 6/19/17

The closing date for submission of proposals in response to this request is June 30, 2017 at 4:00 PM. 

Additional support material related to the above RFP is provided below:

                Scope of Services - A1 - Monroe Street Interchange on I-10

Scope of Services - A2 - Jackson Street Interchange on I-10

Draft Agreement Boilerplate

Consultant Evaluation Rating Form to be used by the evaluation committee

Sample format for the Cost Proposals & Man-hour Analysis

Approved Project Study Reports
-I-10 Jackson Study Report
-I-10 Monroe Study Report

Exhibit 10-Q “Disclosure of Lobbying Activities”

TEPA - I-10/Monroe Interchange
TEPA- I-10/Jackson Interchange

Transportation Department Logo (jpg file)