Arkansas State Highway Commission Approves Selection of 30 Crossing Design-Builder
Arkansas Department of Transportation
January 9, 2019
PULASKI COUNTY (1-9) – The Arkansas State Highway Commission has approved selection of a 30 Crossing project design-builder, according to Arkansas Department of Transportation (ARDOT) officials.
The Arkansas State Highway Commission approved selection of Kiewit-Massman Constructors to provide design and construction of the 30 Crossing project upon the successful conclusion of an optimization and refinement period.
Kiewit-Massman Constructors was one of six design-build teams to respond to the 30 Crossing Request for Qualifications in June 2017. After respondents were short-listed, the Request for Proposals was released in September 2018. Two short-listed teams provided proposals in December 2018. After evaluating the proposals, which included design, construction methods, third-party coordination, and an optimization and refinement plan, ARDOT will move forward with entering into a design-build agreement with Kiewit-Massman Constructors. The team includes lead designer Burns & McDonnell Engineering and lead quality assurance firm Volkert.
The optimization and refinement period is a six-month period in which ARDOT and Kiewit-Massman Constructors will work together to define the 30 Crossing project scope that can be completed within the available funding.
Procurement Information and Schedule
The Arkansas Department of Transportation has short-listed three parties in connection with the procurement for the Design-Build Contract for the 30 Crossing Project.
|Release of Request for Qualifications||May 8, 2017|
|Short List of Proposers Released||September 15, 2017|
|Release of Request for Proposals||May 4, 2018|
|Proposals Due||December 7, 2018|
|Selection of Design-Builder||January 9, 2019|
For additional information regarding the procurement process, please contact Ben Browning, ARDOT Alternative Project Delivery Director, at 501-569-4984 or 30Crossing@ardot.gov.
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