City of Concord, California

Engineering Division

Green is for Bikes!

The City of Concord continues to embrace a bold vision of a community where bicycling, walking, and driving serve the transportation needs of residents and visitors. The latest safety features of the Downtown Concord Bicycle Lane Improvements Projects are the newly-installed GREEN BIKE LANES and GREEN BIKE BOXES in the downtown area. These features are intended to safely connect the downtown area to BART and other transit.

So, how do you navigate these new GREEN bike facilities? Click here to find out!

Division Mission

The Engineering division is responsible for the City's essential Engineering Services comprised of two sections, the Capital Improvement Program and Current Development. The Capital Improvement Program includes design and construction contract administration of the City capital projects. Staff also provides current development support along with monitoring and coordinating implementation of the required mitigation measures for developments and other projects.

Notice to Consultants

Request For Qualifications for Various On-Call Services

The City of Concord, hereinafter (CITY) is soliciting Statements of Qualifications (SOQ's) from service providers (CONSULTANTS) interested in contracting to provide on-call services for various areas of expertise for the Capital Improvement Program (CIP), Current Development Services, Planning, Transportation and other needs.

Interested consulting firms shall submit SOQ's following the instructions and format outlined in the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) which may be obtained by electronic download from this link, or at the Department of Community and Economic Development- Engineering Services, 1435 Gasoline Alley, Concord, CA 94520. Statements of Qualifications will be accepted until 5:00 P.M. on Wednesday, February 28, 2018.

Click HERE for Questions and Answer (QA) Addendum.

Capital Improvement Program Project Map Launched

Concord CIP Projects Map Viewer The City of Concord's Engineering Division has launched a new interactive map to keep residents informed about approved Capital Improvement Program (CIP) projects throughout the City. The initial launch includes 16 projects and will be expanded over the coming months to include upcoming construction projects. Viewers can select projects by zooming into the map and clicking on location icons or lines, filter projects by type, and click on a project thumbnail. Information regarding the project description, contact information, as well as schedule information for each project is provided.
Click HERE to access the map at http://concordgis.ci.concord.ca.us/ConcordCIP/

Current Development

Evaluates development applications and storm water control plans. Issues encroachment permits for work in the public right of way. Provides information to the public regarding flood plains, streets, sewers, storm drains, and grading.

Bids/Bid Plans and Specifications

Administration Offices

(925) 671-3361
Performs general administration of the Department and coordinates the preparation of the 10-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP).

Design

(925) 671-3361
Prepares design plans and construction contract documents, including plans, specifications and estimates, for City capital projects.

Construction

(925) 671-3361
Administers construction contracts for capital projects. Inspects capital projects under construction.

Flood Zone Inquiry

(925) 671-3425
Responds to requests for information regarding location of a property relative to the floodplain. Most requests will be responded to within two working days, depending on the location of the property.

Mitigation Monitoring Program

(925) 671-3137
Monitors and coordinates the implementation of the required mitigation measures for developments and other projects.

 
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