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CULP 2011-086

Dec. 6, 2011

VDOT will review submissions to identify qualified bidders to advance in selection process

RICHMOND — The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) announced that 10 firms have submitted packages in response to the first phase of the agency’s Request for Proposals for the Route 29/Charlottesville Bypass project. VDOT is seeking proposals to build the new road using its Design-Build project development process.

VDOT will now review the qualifications packages to determine which firms will be qualified to advance to the second stage of the RFP process. Those qualified firms will submit bids to design and build the project. The bids are due on April 17, 2012.

The firms submitting qualifications packages are:
American Infrastructure / Kimley-Horn; Glen Allen, Va.
Archer Western / Heath and Lineback; Atlanta, Ga.
CH2MHILL; Richmond, Va.
Charlottesville Bypass Constructors (Shirley-English) / Dewberry; Lorton, Va.
CK Constructors (Corman-Kiewit) / Jansen and Spaans; Annapolis Junction, Md.
Granite-Wagman / Gannett Fleming; Tarrytown, N.Y.
Lane / RK&K; Chantilly, Va.
Skanska-Branch / JMT; Virginia Beach, Va.
United Infrastructure / T.Y. Lin; North Charleston, S.C.
Zachry / TranSystems; San Antonio, Texas

The Charlottesville Bypass project will build a new 6.2-mile, four-lane, limited-access roadway stretching from Route 29 just north of the South Fork Rivanna River to the Route 29/250 Bypass in Albemarle County. The project includes interchanges at both termini to move traffic between Route 29 north and Route 29/250 west of Charlottesville.

Information about the RFP can be found at: Additional information about the Route 29/Charlottesville Bypass project can also be found on VDOT’s web site,



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