Engineering, Construction Services and Survey

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2250 Las Vegas Boulevard North,
Suite 610
North Las Vegas, NV 89030
Phone: (702) 633-1206
Fax: (702) 633-1158

Manager: Michael S. Hudgeons, P.E.
Senior Assistant: Christine Schaefer

Engineering, Construction Services, and Survey is comprised of the following 3 Sections:

Construction Services include oversight of all private development, off-site construction inspection activities, quality control testing and sampling of all material used in off-site construction, and construction project surety bonds.

REMOTE VIDEO INSPECTION PROGRAM

The purpose of the City of North Las Vegas Remote Video Inspection Program is to provide an alternative for eligible inspections, including limited re-inspections. This program requires the customer to use a minimum 4G device in order to interact with the City Inspector.  Video inspections will be performed during normal work hours (Monday through Friday, 6:00 am to 3:30 pm).  Construction Services will require the Contractor/Developer to show, and send, the City's inspector all facets of work necessary to perform a thorough inspection, including all third party testing paperwork.  The Contractor/Developer shall have a measuring tape with them during the inspection.  Inspection results (pass, fail, details) will be provided by the City Inspector via email or text to the Contractor/Developer for their records.  The following inspections are currently eligible for Remote Video Inspections (or required if noted as such):

  • In-pipe sewer and storm drain videos for cleanliness (in-lieu of balling), for Occupancy.
  • In-pipe sewer and storm drain videos for Bond release (required).
  • Some surface related improvements (i.e. small <5 yd concrete placements), in-roadway utility collars and dry utility collars, fire hydrant painting,  etc.  
  • Waterline kickers (post-pour).
  • Dry utility conduit installation (less trench backfill).
  • Traffic Barricade Inspections - Visual layout of cones and message boards. Short term traffic plan modifications, other utility/contractor conflicts with layouts.
  • Storm Water Protection Plan follow-up inspections.
  • Pre-Construction meetings.
  • AC Paving.
  • Service Pedestals (Traffic Operations will still need to perform wire makeup and pre-meter set inspections in the field).
  • Signage and Striping Installation.
  • Initial and Final Pool Inspections (offsite damage review).
  • Manhole Lining Application.
  • Minor Punch List Item Verification (missing signs, minor errors in pavement markings, some Asphalt Concrete patch work, replacement of water boxes and lids, etc.)

Engineering Services provides professional planning, project programming, preliminary engineering, final design, public bidding, financial and administrative services associated with publicly-funded, capital improvement infrastructure projects and public works programs. These projects include: roadways, street improvements, traffic signals, bridges, flood control channels and detention basins, new and renovated parks, landscaping, new and remodeled municipal buildings, facility maintenance, and various other projects. Engineering Services also compiles the City’s Capital Improvement Plan which serves as a Citywide planning tool to address capital needs and prioritize funding for future projects.
 

Consultant / Contractor Information

Construction Bid Advertisements

City Project Information

Capital Improvement Plans

Permit Matrix

 

Standards and Details *

Uniform Standard Drawings and Specifications

* RTC (Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada)

 Statement of Qualifications Rankings 

July 1, 2021 - June 30, 2023

Construction Management
Flood Control
Transportation
Water Systems
Sanitary Sewers
Wastewater Treatment



SURVEY

2250 Las Vegas Boulevard N., Suite 610
North Las Vegas, NV 89030

and

50 East Brooks Avenue
North Las Vegas, NV 89030

Phone: (702) 633-1310
Fax: (702) 399-3973

City Surveyor/GPS: Gary M. Hancock, PLS

Survey performs construction staking, topographic, and boundary surveys for city projects.  Establishes and maintains horizontal control networks.  This division operates and maintains real-time GPS for both the city and public use.  Also, reviews and prepares legal descriptions, record drawings, plats, maps, and other official documents, ensuring that such documents conform to state and local laws.

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ASSET MANAGEMENT

This work group provides for the centralization, updating and maintenance of the City’s geographic information system (GIS), facility mapping and asset management.

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City Maps

You may purchase a color copy of maps at the Department of Public Works front counter. Prices for these maps are listed below based on size requested:

11" x 17" = $2
24" x 36" = $15
36" x 48" = $20
60" x 85" = $40