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The Champ Clark Bridge Team, consisting of Missouri and Illinois Department of Transportation professional engineers, has completed their evaluation of the Statement of Qualifications (SOQs) submitted by potential design-build teams. “These four teams will compete for the contract to oversee the design and construction of a new Champ Clark Bridge on U.S. 54 over the Mississippi River in Louisiana, Missouri,” said Champ Clark Bridge Project Director, Keith Killen.
The following teams were selected to further develop their proposals on the project:
The Champ Clark Bridge Team will release the Request for Proposals (RFP) on March 1st, 2017. “This means these four teams will receive our formal request to submit their proposals to design and construct the new bridge,” Killen explained.
“We have four very strong teams, and we are excited to work with them to develop their proposals over the next few months,” Killen said. “When the project is awarded at the June 29th Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission meeting, we are certain the proposed bridge design will be something MoDOT and the community will be proud of,” he added.
Killen added, “We had excellent participation, and thank everyone who expressed interest.”
All information about the new bridge project, including a timeline, is available on the web at www.champclarkbridge.com. Those interested in receiving email updates about the project can sign up here.
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