Road Constuction

D&C Procurement

Accelerate Maryland Partners, led by Transurban and Macquarie, have been selected as the exclusive Developer responsible for the Predevelopment Work for the New American Legion Bridge I-270 Traffic Relief Plan. We are excited to announce that we have launched the procurement to identify D&C Contractor(s) to deliver the first section of the project, specifically “Phase South” which includes improvements to I-495 from the vicinity of the George Washington Memorial Parkway south of the Potomac River, across and including the American Legion Bridge, to the interchange between I-270 and I-370. Below are the high-level milestones for the procurement.

INDUSTRY DAY PRESENTATION
INDUSTRY DAY ATENDEES
LETTER OF INTEREST INSTRUCTIONS

D&C Procurement Timeline

RFQ

RFP

Industry Day (held virtually)
June 16th

One-on-one Meetings
June 16th and 17th

Letters of Interest Period Opens
June 16th

RFQ Release
June 22nd

Shortlist Announced
August 26th

RFP Released to Shortlisted Bidders
August 27th

AM Partners hosted an Industry Day June 16 and a copy of the presentation can be found here, as well as the full list of Industry Day attendees here. The Letter of Interest instructions can be found here. D&C Contractors who submitted a compliant Letter of Interest were invited to the RFQ process.

The RFP was issued on August 27th to the below shortlisted teams.  (names listed in alphabetical order) 

1. FCC Construction
a. Fay
b. Allan Myers
c. Aldridge Electronic, Inc.
d. Gannett Fleming, Inc.
e. Jannsen & Spaans Engineering
f. Lane Construction

2. The Lane Construction Corporation
a. Shirley Contracting
b. Corman Kokosing Construction
c. Concrete General
d. Wagman Heavy Civil
e. Bruce and Merrilees Electric
f. HNTB Corporation
g. Rinker Design Associates, P.C.
h. A. Morton Thomas & Associates

3. Tutor Perini/Lunda, a Joint Venture
a. Parsons Transportation Group Inc.

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