Capitol Paving Of D.C., Inc.

Building a Solid Infrastructure for Our Nation's Capitol


Subcontractor & Supplier Opportunities

Capitol Paving is currently soliciting qualified suppliers and subcontractors to submit quotes for the solicitations listed below.  Quotations can be sent by e-mail to or by fax at (202) 832-4642.

Please follow the link to download the Subcontractor Qualification Questionnaire: .  Once complete, please e-mail the signed and completed form to or fax (202) 832-5126.

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PG 2805176 - MD 223 Safety and Spot Improvements


PROJECT DESCRIPTION:   This  project,  located  in  Prince  George’s  County,  is  for  the  construction of  pedestrian improvements and  widening  for  turn  lanes  along  a  section  of  MD  223  (Woodyard  Road).  The project improvements along MD 223 are from 1000’ South of Victoria Drive to Sherwood Drive for a total distance 0.55miles.

The work will consist of the following:

(a)Full Depth Widening   (b)Stormwater Management Facilities   (c)Fine Milling and Resurfacing

(d)Storm Drain Improvements   (e)Signal installation   (f)Concrete Sidewalk   (g)Water Main Relocation

Contract Number:  PG2805176

Bid Opening:          July 9, 2020

Subcontractor Goal:   DBE  16%

Rock Creek Park Trail and Pedestrian Bridge


The Rock Creek Park Multi-Use Trail and Pedestrian Bridge project includes approximately 2.4 miles of pavement rehabilitation/widening and 1.2 miles of new trail connections. The area of disturbance is estimated at 11.4 acres of National Park land, Smithsonian/National Zoo property, and DDOT right- of-way. The project area is generally linear and centered on the trail, which follows Rock Creek along a north-south route, bounded by M Street NW to the south and Broad Branch Road NW to the north. The scope of work includes but is not limited to:1.Reconstruction/widening of Rock Creek Park Multi-Use Trail;2.New construction of P Street NW trail connections, Piney Branch Trail, Pierce Mill Spur Trail;3.Widening/resurfacing of Rose Park Trail from P Street to M Street, NW;4.New construction of a pedestrian bridge, south of the Beach Drive NW zoo tunnel;5.Roadway resurfacing at P Street NW ramp to Rock Creek & Potomac Parkway, Piney BranchParkway & Arkansas Ave NW, Broad Branch Road NW, west of Beach Drive NW;6.Tree preservation; landscape plantings;7.Stream bank repair/stabilization;8.Storm drain construction, reconstruction, and ditches;9.Storm Water Management, Erosion and Sediment Control, Maintenance of Traffic Control;10.Signing and Marking;11.Traffic signal reconstruction;12.Pedestrian lighting;13.Grading; sidewalk; fencing; amenities; miscellaneous construction.In addition to the above, any incidental items of work necessary for complete and finished products are included as part of this contract.

Invitation Number:     DCKA-2020-B-0038

Bid Opening:               July 23, 2020

Subcontractor Goal Requirement:  DBE 35%

MPD Blue Plains Impound Lot Modernizaion


The MPD Blue Plains Impound Lot Modernization Project will be located at 5000 Shepherd Parkway SW, Washington, DC 20032. The DC BPIL is responsible for evidence control and is legally required to store vehicles for as long as 75 years. After undergoing years of deferred maintenance and being placed under a consent order from the EPA for the site's Storm water management practices, BELL Architects was selected to oversee the modernization of the existing impound lot administrative office and site infrastructure. A new main entry and administrative and service area is being provided at the front of the lot to enhance workflows transferring and processing vehicles. Traffic through the site will be changed to one-way direction to allow for tractor trailers to navigate the site.

 The secured facility’s modernization includes, but is not limited to the following program elements:

 • 1,200 sf prefabricated administrative office;

• Covered wash bay and electric car lifts;

• Prefabricated guard booth with overhead canopy;

• 4-tier cantilever storage racks to accommodate 528 vehicles;

• Parking for 876 vehicles stored on grade;

• 76 parking spaces for the MPD's 6th & 7th Districts' impounded vehicles; and space to

store 90 small motor vehicles.


Site improvements included:

 • New entrance drive;

• Heavy duty paving;

• Pre-treated bio-retention facilities;

• LED site lighting;

• Staff and MPD tow truck parking; and

• New perimeter fencing and remote gates

Contract Number:  DCAM-20-CS-IFB-0004

Bid Opening:           July 9, 2020

Capitol Paving is an Equal Opportunity Employer

All Subcontractors must adhere to
Equal Opportunity Clauses,
Subsection 1103.2 through 1103.10 in order to be considered