The City of Laguna Beach is requesting proposals to provide engineering and related services for the Bluebird Canyon Outfall and Diversion Structure Rehabilitation.
The Bluebird Canyon Outfall is located on the coast at the beach access on Bluebird Canyon Drive adjacent to the Surf and Sands Hotel. The outfall is an 84 inch reinforced concrete pipe which collects storm water from 402 acres of urban drainage surface water court and discharges to the Pacific Ocean. The Bluebird Canyon Outfall is owned and maintained by the Orange County Flood Control District (OCFCD). The City and the OCFCD will coordinate to establish the design parameters of the outlet structure.
The City maintains and operates a diversion structure adjacent to the Bluebird Canyon Outfall. The diversion structure primarily captures dry season urban runoff from the outfall for diversion into the Bluebird Canyon lift station. For larger storm events, the diversion structure is bypassed and storm water is allowed to discharge into the ocean.
The selected consultant will prepare construction documents to reconstruct the Bluebird Canyon Outfall outlet structure, prevent sand from entering the diversion structure, and provide a structure to access the interior of the outlet structure.
Proposals must be submitted to the City of Laguna Beach, Water Quality Department, no later than 3:00 p.m. on February 12, 2016.
|Contact Name||David Shissler|
|Contact Phone||(949) 497-0378|
|Request for Proposal|