Construction Bid Advertisements
Our goal is to make doing business with the City of Paris as easy and convenient as possible. To reach contractors and to assure the quality and economy desired, the City of Paris provides access to bid information via the internet.
A brief description of projects and a link to the technical specifications of those projects is provided below.
- West Sherman Sewer Replacement Project
The project includes replacement of approximately 550 ft of 10” sanitary sewer along West Sherman Street from 13th SW to 15th SW, two cast in place manholes, and trench backfill and compaction. The sewer main is approximately 10 to 12 feet deep and will be replaced at existing grade. Bidding documents are available for download and online bids will be accepted through civcastusa.com using the following link: https://www.civcastusa.com/project/5e5d2a8dd5d3e8d151de025b/summary Hard copies of the bid documents can be purchased at the City Engineering Office located at 150 1st St SE, Paris, Texas 75460 for a fee of $25.00.
Construction Project Updates
Downtown Utility Replacement
Utility work is almost complete. Crews will install a sewer manhole on 1st NW at Houston St, and are completing the installation of a new fire hydrant at Clarksville and 1st SE.
Street repairs begin 3/2/2020. Contractor will mill off approximately 2 inches of the asphalt pavement and replace with new asphalt. The resurfacing should take a couple of weeks to complete. Pavement markings will not be installed until all streets are resurfaced.
For questions regarding the project please call the Engineering Department at 903-784-9292.
17th Street Replacement
The 17th Street project is part of the 2017 Street Bond Program, and consists of full depth pavement replacement, including enclosed storm sewers, along 17th SE from Clarksville to Lamar, as well as an asphalt overlay from Lamar to Pine Bluff. PaveCon Public Works is the contractor, and work is anticipated to begin in July. The road will be closed to all traffic during the project.
Pump Track at the Sports Complex
The City received a grant from Texas Parks & Wildlife for construction of a new pump track. The project is current under design and will be constructed this summer.