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DDOT – South Capitol Street Corridor Redevelopment – Washington - Project Profile

DDOT – South Capitol Street Corridor Redevelopment – Washington - Project Profile

Synopsis

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Summary

The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) is undertaking the redevelopment of the South Capitol Street Corridor project in Washington DC, the US.

The project involves the replacement of the Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge and transforming related sections of urban freeway and the entire project will be developed in two phases.

The first phase will be implemented in two segments and will costs US$608 million.

The first segment involves the replacement of the Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge with a new, six-lane bridge across the Anacostia River, construction of pedestrian and bike paths and traffic ovals, and the second segment involves the reconstruction of the Suitland Parkway/I-295 Interchange.

The second phase of the project will be implemented in three segments and will costs US$300 million.

The first segment involves Modifications to Suitland Parkway at its intersection with Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue, streetscape improvements to South Capitol Street between the Nationals Ballpark and the I-395, and the second segment involves the construction of an at-grade intersection with M Street, the re-configuration of the ramp bridges connecting South Capitol Street with the I-395, and the third segment of the project involves improvements to the New Jersey Avenue SE streetscape.

T3 Design has been appointed as a technical consultant, Dadson Consulting, Inc. has been appointed as a structural engineer and WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff Engineering Services (formerly Parsons Brinckerhoff) as an environmental consultant and CH2M as program management and engineering consultant for the project.

Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) was approved in February 2008 and the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) was approved in March 2011.

DDOT issued a request for qualification (RFQ) for the first phase (two segments) to develop under design-and-build basis on June 13, 2013, with a submission date on July 18, 2013.

In January 2014, DDOT shortlisted four teams for the project: Frederick Douglass Bridge Partners, a joint venture includes Tutor Perini, T.Y. Lin, and Stantec; Skanska Facchina, a joint venture includes Skanska, Facchina, and Parsons; South Capitol Constructors, a joint venture includes Kiewit, Corman Construction, and URS Corp; South Capitol Bridge Builders, a joint venture includes Archer Western, Granite, and AECOM.

In March 2014, DDOT issued a draft request for proposal (RFP) to the four shortlisted bidders. DDOT will receive and consider the Responding Team’s questions and comments on the draft RFP over the next 30 days before the agency issues a final RFP.

The Supplemental Draft Environmental (Supplemental DEIS) was approved in December 2014.

In August 2015, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) approved the Supplemental Final Environmental Impact Statement (SFEIS) and issued a Record of Decision (ROD).

On March 25, 2016, DDOT issued final RFP for a design-build contract for the first phase of the project with a technical proposals deadline of November 14, 2016, and price proposal due date of November 21, 2016.

On September 5, 2016, DDOT invited RFQ for Program Management and Construction Management Consultant for the first phase of the project with a submission deadline on October 14, 2016.

DDOT shortlisted three teams, however, their names were undisclosed.

On July 31, 2017, DDOT awarded US$441 million design-build contract for the first phase to a joint venture of Granite Construction Company and Archer Western.

The joint venture team will be responsible for the replacement of the existing Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge over the Anacostia River. The scope of work includes the construction of two new approach ovals and the reconstruction of a portion of I-295 adjacent to the new bridge. When complete, the bridge will have six lanes, and improved bicycle and pedestrian facilities.

Construction works on the first phase is expected to commence in the third quarter of 2017 and scheduled to be completed in December 2021. Simultaneously, planning activities are underway in the second phase with construction expected to commence in 2020.

Scope

The South Capitol Street Corridor project involves the replacement of the Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge and transforming related sections of urban freeway in Washington, the US.

The US$1,083 million project includes the following:

1. Construction of a new six-lane bridge across the Anacostia River

2. Construction of pedestrian and bike paths

3. Construction of traffic ovals

4. Construction of an at-grade intersection with M Street

5. Reconstruction of the Suitland Parkway/I-295 Interchange

6. Improvements to Suitland Parkway at its intersection with Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue

7. Streetscape improvements to South Capitol Street between the Nationals Ballpark and the I-395

8. Re-configuration of the ramp bridges connecting South Capitol Street with the I-395

9. Improvements to the New Jersey Avenue SE streetscapeReasons To Buy

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8.Latest update
9.Background
10.Key Contacts
11.General News, Project News
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