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The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) will hold an Industry Day from 9 a.m. to noon on Monday, January 14, 2013 at Matthews Memorial Baptist Church in advance of issuing a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) in the first quarter of 2013 for the first two segments of the South Capitol Street Corridor Project.
Project Segment 1 consists of replacing the existing Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge and its approaches with a new bridge and approaches while Segment 2 consists of constructing a new Suitland Parkway/I-295 Interchange.
In addition to a design-build, the contract for Segment 1 and 2 may allow that the contractor provide gap financing based on the final scope of work to be included in the RFP. The new Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge may be a new moveable bridge, or potentially a fixed span replacement.
While attendance at Industry Day is not a prerequisite for participating in the procurement process, interested firms and parties are strongly encouraged to attend. Time and space are being provided before and after the formal presentation to give attendees an opportunity to meet potential teaming partners, DBE firms, engineering firms, subcontractors, and also further review project exhibits. Table space is available for up to 10 prime contractors for networking/teaming discussions with potential DBE subcontractors. To reserve table space, please select the "Attendee w/Breakout Table Space" ticket option above.
A Pre-Submission Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) Workshop is to be held shortly after the release of the RFQ document to provide additional information and answer questions. For more information on the process, contact Mr. Sanjay Kumar, P.E. at email@example.com or DDOT/IPMA, 4th Floor, 55 M Street, SE, Washington, D. C. 20003.
Industry Day attendees and other interested parties are encouraged to monitor the following DDOT and Office of Contracting and Procurements (OCP) webpage http://ddot.dc.gov/procurement for upcoming contracting opportunities.
The $905 million South Capitol Street Corridor Project is one in a series of transportation, environmental, economic, community and recreation projects included in the larger AWI Program. From the Tidal Basin to the city’s northeast border with Maryland, the 30-year, $10 billion AWI Program is transforming the shores of the Anacostia River into a world-class waterfront. To learn more about the project or follow its progress, please visit www.anacostiawaterfront.org.