RFP issued to prequalified teams to construct Gordie Howe International Bridge

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Rendering of the Gordie Howe International Bridge at the Windsor/Detroit border

The Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA) last week announced it had issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) to pre-qualified teams as part of its process to select a private sector partner to deliver the Gordie Howe International Bridge project.

The three proponents invited to submit formal proposals are:

Bridging North America, composed of: ACS Infrastructure Canada Inc.; Fluor Canada Ltd.; Aecon Concessions, a division of Aecon Construction Group Inc.; RBC Dominion Securities Inc.; AECOM; Carlos Fernandez Casado S.L/FHECOR Ingenieros Consultores, S.A.; Moriyama and Teshima Architects; Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects, LLP; Dragados Canada Inc.; Aecon Infrastructure Management Inc.; Turner Construction Company; Aecon O&M, a division of Aecon Construction Group Inc.; DBI Services, LLC; URS Federal Services, Inc., an AECOM company;

CanAm Gateway Partners, which consists of: Fengate Capital Management Ltd; BBGI CanHoldco Inc.; EllisDon Capital Inc.; Bechtel Development Company, Inc.; Arup-Hatch Mott McDonald Design JV; Bergmann Associates Inc.; NORR Ltd; Bechtel Canada Co.; EllisDon Civil Ltd.; Traylor Bros., Inc; EllisDon Facilities Services Inc.; Egis Projects S.A.; Roy Jorgensen Associates Inc.; and

Legacy Link Partners, consisting of: SNC Lavalin Capital Inc.; VINCI Concessions S.A.S; John Laing Investments Ltd.; HDR Corp.; Leonhardt, Andra and Partners (if Cable Stayed); Aas-Jakobsen (if Suspension); Alfred Benesch & Company; Golder; American Bridge Canada Company; SNC Lavalin Constructor (Pacific) Inc. (SLCP); VINCI Construction Grands Projets; Barton Malow; DRICCA (Joint Venture with Ajax Paving, Dan’s Excavating, C.A. Hull Co Inc., Toebe Construction, Amico Infrastructures Inc.); SNC Lavalin Operations & Maintenance Inc.; VINCI Concessions; SNC Lavalin Security Consulting Inc.

The next step for WDBA are business-to-business meetings, which will take place on both sides of the border, and are intended “to provide opportunities for the region’s business community and the proponents to network and engage in introductory discussions on sourcing and vendor needs.”

The first meeting is set for Windsor on November 30, to be followed by a second meeting in Detroit on December 1. Registration and additional information is available at www.wdbridge.com.


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