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Route 141 at I-44 Design Build contractor info



Those contractors who desire access to early contractor information, please e-mail the design build team.

 

In July 2015 The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) has received Statements of Qualification (SOQ) from several teams interested in competing for the contract to design and construct improvements on Route 141 at I-44 and at Vance Road in St. Louis County.  These SOQs have been evaluated and the below teams were prequalified to proceed.

 

The prequalified teams are as follows:

 

Team Name:

Major Participants:

KCI Construction Company, Inc.

KCI Construction Company, Inc.

Parsons Brinckerhoff

Millstone Weber, LLC

Millstone Weber, LLC

Parsons Transportation Group, Inc.

St. Louis Bridge Construction Company

St. Louis Bridge Construction Company

Hanson Professional Services, Inc.

Pace Construction Company, LLC

 

Pace Construction Company, LLC

AECOM Technical Services, Inc.

 Kuesel Excavating Company, Inc.

 Lochmueller Group

 

 

On January 6, 2016, the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission selected Pace Construction Company and its partners AECOM, Kuesel Excavating and Lochmueller Group as the design with the apparent best value.  Other companies interested in being subcontractors on the project should contact Pace Construction directly.

 

January 6 -- MoDOT selects Pace Construction for Route 141 Design Build project 

DBE Mixer (October 15) sign in sheets:

Morning session

Afternoon session

 

Design build is a project delivery method that combines both the design and construction phases into one contract.  This one contract team completes the design and construction in parallel instead of in succession, which saves time and resources. 

 

MoDOT has established design-build goals for the project.  The contractor team who best meets or beats the following goals will be selected as the winning proposal:

  • Deliver the project within the program budget of $25 million.
  • Maximize mobility on Route 141 and improve efficiency at the I-44 interchange and Vance Road intersection.
  • Deliver the project in a manner which demonstrates the importance of safety.
  • Provide a quality project resulting in a long-lasting transportation facility that minimizes future maintenance.
  • Deliver the project using a diverse workforce.
  • Complete the project by July 15, 2018.

 

For more project information, visit the web site at www.modot.org/Route141.

 

 

Industry Meeting - July 7, 2015.

MoDOT held an industry meeting on July 7, 2015.  The following background information for interested Design-Build teams is provided for information only:

List of Companies who submitted Letters of Interest - As of July 21 (pdf)

Industry Informational Meeting Presentation (pdf)

Industry Informational Meeting Sign In (pdf)

Industry Information Handout (pdf)

Request for Qualifications (RFQ) (pdf)

Request for Clarifications from the RFQ -- Click Here for PDF

 

 

For additional information, please contact:

Project Director David J. Simmons, P.E.

Phone: 314-453-1878

Email: I44.Route141@modot.mo.gov

 

 
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