Lou Hatter 434-529-6314
Stacy Londrey 540-727-3201
May 11, 2012
7 FIRMS SUBMIT PRICE PROPOSALS FOR ROUTE 29 BYPASS
Bids will be posted on VDOT’s web site
CULPEPER — Seven design-build teams submitted price proposals for the Route 29/Charlottesville Bypass project. Those proposals were opened this morning at the Virginia Department of Transportation’s Central Office in Richmond. VDOT sought proposals to build the new road using its Design-Build project development process.
The companies that submitted proposals, and the bid prices, are:
American Infrastructure / Kimley-Horn; Glen Allen, Va. $139,738,715
CH2MHILL; Richmond, Va. $149,879,827
Charlottesville Bypass Constructors (Shirley-English) / Dewberry; Lorton, Va. $175,776,716
Granite-Wagman / Gannett Fleming; Tarrytown, N.Y. $214,239,805
Lane / RK&K; Chantilly, Va. $152,484,607
Skanska-Branch / JMT; Virginia Beach, Va. $135,988,092
Zachry / TranSystems; San Antonio, Texas $192,000,000
Based on the apparent low bid all project costs are within the allocated amount in the Six-Year Improvement Program.
VDOT must review each offeror’s submission for responsiveness to the Request for Proposals and legal requirements. If that review is satisfactory and a competitive price proposal is received, VDOT will issue a Notice of Intent to Award to the successful offeror. The contract will be reviewed by the Commonwealth Transportation Board at its June 20 meeting.
The final ranking will be posted on VDOT’s web site at: www.virginiadot.org/business/soq.asp.
The Route 29 Charlottesville Bypass project will build a new 6.2-mile, four-lane, limited-access roadway 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: 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, www.virginiadot.org/projects/culpeper/rt._29_bypass.asp.
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