Utah DOT Selects Fluor-Led Team to Deliver $1.1 Billion I-15 CORE Design-Build Project
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The Utah Department of Transportation has announced its selection of the Provo River Constructors team to deliver the Utah County I-15 Corridor Expansion (I-15 CORE). Provo River Constructors is comprised of Flour Enterprises, Inc., Ames Construction, Inc., Ralph L. Wadsworth Construction Company, Inc. and Wadsworth Brothers Construction Company, Inc. The group will expand the I-15 freeway by two lanes in both directions from Lehi Main Street to Spanish Fork Main, extend the express lane from University Parkway in Orem to Spanish Fork, rebuild and reconfigure 10 freeway interchanges, replace and restore 55 bridges, and provide additional improvements without decreasing the number of lanes during the majority of construction. 

The Department used an innovative procurement methodology, selecting the proposer who offered to deliver the improvements that provided the best value to the Department for a fixed price set by the Department.  Best value was determined with reference to the ability of specified proposal elements to meet or exceed the project’s goals, values and requirements, as set forth in the procurement documents.

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