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As per Sec. 227.107, RSMo, MoDOT was given the authority for three pilot projects using the design-build project delivery technique: The New I-64, kcICON and the Safe & Sound Bridge Improvement Program. Each was completed ahead of schedule and on, or under, budget.
Subsequently, the statute was amended to give MoDOT the opportunity to enter into design-build contracts on no more than two percent of the total number of all state highway system projects awarded to contracts for construction from projects listed in the commission’s approved statewide transportation improvement project for that state fiscal year. Authority to enter into design-build projects granted by this section shall expire on July 1, 2018, unless extended by statute.
Design-build is a delivery method that includes hiring one contracting team to complete the design work and build the highway improvement under one contract. MoDOT provides the project goals, budget and schedule and the contractor team completes the work. This technique has been known to significantly save time and provide cost savings.
Route 70 – Boone County
The Route 70 design-build project will replace six bridges that carry Interstate 70 traffic at three locations in Columbia. These bridges are located at Business Loop 70/West Boulevard, Garth Avenue, and Route 763/Rangeline Road. The project will also include intersection revisions and correction of clearance issues at Business Loop 70 and Route 763. The estimated project cost is approximately $18 million and is funded in the current Statewide Transportation Improvement Program. MoDOT will begin the procurement process in late 2014.
Project website: Coming soon.
For additional information, please contact Project Director, Travis Koestner, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at (573) 751-3322 or 1-888-ASK-MODOT (275-6636).
Route 141/I-44 – St. Louis County
The Route 141/I-44 design-build project will improve connections at the Route 141/I-44 interchange and at Route 141 and Vance Road. The project also includes pavement improvements throughout the project limits. The $18-20 million project is funded in the current Statewide Transportation Improvement Program. Procurement for the project is slated to begin in early 2015.
Project website: Coming soon.
For additional information, please contact Project Director Angela Fuerst via email at email@example.com, or by phone at (314) 275-1500 or 1-888-ASK-MODOT (275-6636).
I-64 Daniel Boone Bridge over the Missouri River – St. Charles/St. Louis counties
In July 2012, the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission selected the Walsh-Alberici joint venture team as the design-build contractor for the new I-64 Daniel Boone Bridge.
The $125 million project will build a new bridge to replace the 80-year old westbound bridge. It will also include removal of the 1935 existing westbound bridge, and build a new Chesterfield Airport Road interchange including connecting the North Outer Road to the westbound I-64 on ramp. The project will build a continuous westbound fourth lane from the Chesterfield Airport Road entrance ramp to the Route 94 exit ramp. It will also add a shared use path on the new eastbound bridge connecting the KATY trail to the Monarch Levee Trail. Construction began in early 2013 and completion will be in late 2015.
Project information can be found on the Boone Bridge website.
For additional information, please email the project team at firstname.lastname@example.org
The project director is Jim Gremaud – 314-275-1500 or 1-888-ASK-MODOT (275-6636).
Route 364 Upgrade – Phase 3 – St. Charles County
In February 2013, the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission selected the Page Constructors Joint Venture, including Fred Weber Inc., Millstone-Bangert Inc., Kolb Grading with lead designer Parsons Transportation Group as the design-build contractor for Route 364 – Phase 3.
The $118 million project completes the final phase of Route 364 (Page Avenue), extending it from an improved connection from Page Phase 2 at Route 94 and Mid Rivers Mall Drive to I-64/US Route 40/61 at Route N. The cost of the project is being shared by MoDOT, St. Charles County and local municipalities. Construction began in May 2013 and will be complete by late 2014.
Project information can be found on the Route 364 website
For additional information, please email the project team at Route.email@example.com
The project director is Dave Simmons– 314-275-1500 or 1-888-ASK-MODOT (275-6636).
I-70 Bridges over Manchester Trafficway – Kansas City
In July 2013, The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission selected the Clarkson Construction Company and HNTB team as the design-build contractor for the Manchester Bridge Project.
MoDOT will replace the I-70 bridges over Manchester Trafficway, the Blue River and the adjacent rail yard. As part of the project, MoDOT will replace the historic through-tied arch Route 40 bridge over the Blue River just north of I-70. Construction on the $65 million design-build project
began in February 2014 and will be complete by the end of 2015.
Project information can be found on the Manchester website
For additional information, please email the project team at ManchesterBridge@modot.mo.gov
The project director is Susan Barry – 816-607-2206 or 1-888-ASK-MODOT (275-6636).
Project Freeway: U.S. 60 Rogersville
In June 2014, the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission selected the Ozark Regional Road Constructions, including Radmacher Brothers Excavating Company, Inc., Reynolds, Smith & Hills, Inc., and CFS Engineers, as the design-build contractor for Project Freeway.
The $27 million project will focus on improving safety and moving traffic more efficiently along the US 60 corridor in Rogersville by eliminating at-grade intersections and eliminating the traffic signals at the west junction of Business Route 60 and Route B/VV with US Highway 60. Construction is expected to begin Fall 2014.
Project information can be found on the US 60 – Rogersville website
For additional information, please contact the Project Director, Sean Matlock, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone at (417) 895-7600 or 1-888-ASK-MODOT (275-6636).
US 69 Bridges – Kansas City
In July 2014, The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission selected the American Bridge Company and Garver team as the design-build contractor for the US 69 Bridges project.
The $79 million project will replace the US 69 Bridges over the Missouri River between Platte County, Missouri and Wyandotte, Kansas. The southbound Route 69 Bridge, commonly referred to as the Fairfax Bridge, was built in 1933. The northbound Route 69 Bridge, commonly referred to as the Platte Purchase Bridge, was built in 1957. Construction is expected to begin Fall 2014.
Project information can be found on the US 69 Bridges website
For additional information, please contact the Project Director, Lisa Stupps, via email at Lisa.email@example.com, or phone at (816) 622-6500 or 1-888-ASK-MODOT (275-6636).
Completed Design-Build Projects
The New I-64
This project – the largest, single highway construction project in MoDOT history – involved rebuilding 10 miles of Interstate 64 from west of Spoede Road in St. Louis County to Kingshighway Boulevard in St. Louis City, including about one-half mile of I-170 as it approaches the I-170/I-64 interchange. The $535 million project was completed on Dec. 7, 2009 – three weeks early and $11 million under budget.
The kcICON design-build project improved 4.7 miles of Interstate 29/35 in Kansas City from just north of Route 210 (Armour Road) to the northeast corner of the downtown Kansas City, MO. Freeway loop. The project included the replacement of the Paseo Bridge with a landmark Missouri River crossing – the new Christopher S. Bond Bridge. The project was completed in December 2010, on budget and six months ahead of schedule.
Safe & Sound Bridge Improvement Program
More than 800 of Missouri’s worst bridges were repaired or replaced under the Safe & Sound Bridge Improvement Program, which was completed in October 2012 – under its $685 million budget and 14 months ahead of schedule.