Project Bundling "How to" Peer Exchange

Project Bundling "How to" Peer Exchange

June 28th and 29th, 2022

Sylva, North Carolina

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The purpose of this peer exchange is to encourage tribes and local public agencies (LPAs) to take advantage of efficiencies created by project bundling. With the passage of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA)*, project bundling has become even more relevant and important. The law specifically mentions project bundling and bridge bundling as alternative contracting methods for enhanced program delivery and encourages agencies to establish clear procedures for these methods so the known benefits might be more consistently realized.

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) would like to help tribes and LPAs make bundling a routine process for saving time, money, and resources, especially as additional funds from the IIJA are rolled out.

Don't miss this worthwhile event if you are part of a tribe or LPA and work in planning/programming, design, construction, or asset management! The event is scheduled from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm Tuesday, June 28, and 8:30 am to 11:00 Wednesday, June 29.

*Also known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.

Agenda Highlights

Project Bundling How-To ResourcesGet introduced to two project bundling guidebooks: the FHWA Bridge Bundling Guidebook and the FHWA Advanced Project Bundling: A Reference for Getting Started.

Case Studies—Learn about several LPA, tribal, and State DOT project bundling case studies.

PresentationsHear presentations from the Pawnee Nation, Pueblo of Acoma, Confederated Salish, and Kootenai Tribes.

Developing Bundling Action Plans—Participants will receive a template and learn how to create their own Bundling Action Plan.

Please register for this event as soon as possible to receive travel logistics information. It may be necessary to use Google Chrome to access the registration page.

To explore bundling resources, please visit the FHWA Bundled Facilities page.

Kenneth Atkins

FHWA Resource Center

(720) 668-1006

Matthew Corrigan FHWA Office of

Infrastructure Research and Development

(202) 493-3365

David Unkefer

FHWA Resource Center

(404) 764-7498

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