Key to Dewatering – Save Money by being Proactive

By Baseline Water/Wastewater Engineering

waste-waterWater/wastewater treatment is an ongoing, high priority in Colorado and there’s no shortage of news about it—especially with discharge regulations getting tighter.  Remember the controversy about the strict standards for arsenic levels CDOT encountered on its highway improvement project at I-25 and West Alameda?  A similar issue happened to RTD on its excavation for an underground bus station at Denver’s Union Station.  In both situations, these ...

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A + B Bidding Provides Alternative Approach

By Chris Rundall, P.E., LEED AP

civil-engineeringI know A+B Bidding has been around for awhile, but I didn’t have a reason to research it until recently.  I was discussing alternative approaches to construction bidding with a local contractor in Steamboat Springs, and he mentioned this approach to project bidding:

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 A + B x (the daily cost) = Contractor’s bid for evaluation of the lowest successful ...

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