Tamara Rollison 804-786-2715
Lou Hatter 434-422-9866
Dec. 16, 2011
9 FIRMS QUALIFIED FOR CHARLOTTESVILLE BYPASS RFP
Firms advance to second stage; proposals will be due April 17, 2012
RICHMOND — The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) announced that nine firms have provided responsive Submittals of Qualifications in the first step 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.
Each responsive firm will be allowed to submit a proposal for the project. Those proposals will consist of a letter of submittal, attachments to the letter, and the company’s price proposal. The bids are due on April 17, 2012.
The firms qualified for the project are:
- American Infrastructure / Kimley-Horn; Glen Allen, Va.
- 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: http://www.virginiadot.org/business/request-for-proposals.asp. Additional information about the Route 29/Charlottesville Bypass project can also be found on VDOT’s web site, http://www.virginiadot.org/projects/culpeper/rt._29_bypass.asp.
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