The Town of Mt. Crested Butte has the following Requests For Proposals (RFP):
Town Park Tennis & Pickleball Court Improvements
The Town of Mt. Crested Butte, Colorado is inviting Requests for Proposals by qualified firms for improvements needed to the Town’s Tennis Courts located on the Ted Scheske Park in the Town of Mt Crested Butte. The tennis court surfaces are deteriorating and need to be re-surfaced and re-marked. As part of this Project, following re-surfacing, one court will be marked exclusively for tennis and one court will be marked exclusively for multiple pickleball courts.
For the full project request, click the document linked below.
The Town has extended the submittal deadline to February 24, 2023. Here is the updated project schedule:
|RFP Town Submittal Deadline:||February 24, 2023 at 5:00 pm (Mountain Time Zone)|
|Review and Rank Proposals:||February 28, 2023|
|Interview(s):||March 20 through 23, 2023|
|Town Council Recommendation:||As Required|
|Award Contract:||April 1, 2023|
|Contract Negotiation/Execution:||April 30, 2023|
|Notice-to-Proceed/Project Start Date:||May 1, 2023 (weather dependent)|
|Proposed Completion Date:||July 31, 2023|
Amendment #1 Revisions:
1. RFP deadline changed from January 31, 2023 to February 24, 2023 @ 5:00 PM MST
2. Section IX – Certification section removed, along with the engineering licensures condition
RFP Questions and Town Responses:
What is the extent of cracking to the surface and underlying concrete?
The courts were last resurfaced about 12 years ago. The surface is delaminating, in patches. The underlying concrete slab is experiencing cracking, but cracks do not generally exceed more than 1/4” wide nor are the cracking slabs faulting. The Town anticipates, and has budgeted, to conduct crack sealing-repairs to the concrete foundation prior to resurfacing. The Town is searching for close-up photos of the tennis court surfaces and will upload any photos to the Town website (https://mtcb.colorado.gov/request-for-proposals).
Does the Town have a place to store the product before work begins?
Yes, the Town has a 75’ x 120’ unpaved parking lot about 225 feet south of courts, connected by both an unpaved roadway and path/trail. The lot, or a portion thereof, could be used as a temporary mobilization/storage site for the tennis court project.