Indiana Finance Authority Publishes the Request for Proposals for the East End Crossing Project
Posted in Bridges

On July 31, 2012, the Indiana Finance Authority (IFA) issued its Request for Proposals to its previously-shortlisted four teams for the East End Crossing, part of the Louisville-Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project located in Southern Indiana and the greater Louisville, Kentucky metropolitan area.

The broader Ohio River Bridges Project consists of improvements to connecting roadways, and most prominently, will provide two new toll bridges across the Ohio River:  the Downtown Bridge – a new bridge carrying I-65 and upstream on the Ohio River from the existing Kennedy Bridge – and the East End Bridge – also a new bridge connecting I-265/KY 841 with S.R. 265 in Indiana.  IFA is developing the East End Crossing as a public-private partnership, in close coordination with the Indiana Department of Transportation and in cooperation with the Commonwealth of Kentucky and its agencies, which are separately procuring the Downtown Bridge portion of the broader Ohio River Bridges Project.

The East End Crossing involves construction of the East End Bridge and approaches on both the Kentucky and Indiana sides of the Ohio River.  The selected proposer will develop, design, build, finance, operate and maintain the East End Crossing through an availability payment concession.

IFA shortlisted four teams in April 2012, and each team has participated actively in several industry review sessions, which helped inform today’s final RFP documents.  Issuance of the RFP continues IFA’s on-time track record during this procurement, emphasizing the State of Indiana’s collective commitment to advancing the East End Crossing on time and by the committed deadlines.

Proposals are due from the shortlisted proposer teams on October 26, 2012.  IFA anticipates a commercial closing on the 35-year term Public-Private Agreement by mid-December.

The four shortlisted teams are:

  • East End Mobility Partners (joint venture of SNC-Lavalin Capital, John Laing Investments Limited and Zachry Resources, Inc.), with Tutor Perini Corporation, Zachry Construction Corporation and SNC-Lavalin Transportation USA, Inc. teaming as the design-builder, and including Frontier Kemper Constructors Inc., ARUP USA, Inc. and Daelim Industrial Co, Ltd., among others.
  • Ohio River Mobility Group (joint venture of ACS Infrastructure Development, Inc., Hochtief PPP Solutions North America, Inc. and Skanska Infrastructure Development, Inc.), with Skanska USA Civil Southeast, Inc., Flatiron Constructors, Inc. and Dragados USA, Inc. teaming as the design-builder, and including URS Corporation and T.Y. Lin International as the designers, and with others.
  • Ohio River Transportation Partners (joint venture of InfraRed Capital Partners Limited, Balfour Beatty Capital and Kiewit Development Company), with Ohio River Transportation Constructors East (Kiewit Infrastructure Co., Traylor Bros., Inc., Massman Construction Co. and Kokosing Construction Company, Inc.) teaming as the design-builder, and including Ohio River Transportation Designers as the joint-venture design team (HNTB Corporation and Parsons Brinckerhoff), and with others.
  • WVB East End Partners (joint venture of Walsh Investors, LLC, VINCI Concessions S.A.S. and Bilfinger Berger PI International Holding GmbH), with Walsh Construction Company and VINCI Construction Grand Projets teaming as the design-builder, and including Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc. as the designer, and with others.
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