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Walk to Transit Series I/ II W-0-013, City of Chicago. Construction Inspection Services.

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Location & Type of Services

District One: Chicago, IL 

Phase III Construction Inspection Services


Project Description

The Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) Walk to Transit I-II project proposes pedestrian improvements around ten Chicago Transit Authority train stations.  This project is federally and state funded through the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) program.  Its purpose is to promote walking to transit and shift trips away from driving by integrating pedestrian safety measures in the immediate station area and reducing pedestrian and traffic crashes.   Stations were prioritized based on crash data and community factors to address goals of the Chicago Pedestrian Plan: safety, connectivity, livability, and health.  The attached maps outline each site location and proposed improvements.


4HD Inc. Role

4HD, Inc. will provide phase III Construction Inspection services to the CM and assist CDOT RE/technicians on this projects throughout Chicago streets and train stations area. 4HD, Inc.'s staff duties include inspection and documentation of pay quantities and field supervision of all daily construction activities. The scope of work included verifying contract quantities, daily inspection reports, and safety plan compliance. Staff will generate daily field inspection reports and documentation of production quantities for progress payments

4HD, Inc.’s scope of work will also include filling out CDOT report, markdown the location, drawing of the street intersection, with ramps, sidewalk, apron, sidewalk and other strain station facilities that need improvement and work on by the contractor.