Kiewit is committed to providing bidding opportunities to Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (and other entities with similar designations) in compliance with 49 CFR Part 26 and all other applicabale laws, regulations and ordinaces.
Current DBE Opportunities
The I-225 Rail Line is a Design-Build project to construct 10.5 miles of Light Rail corridor. 5 miles of the Light Rail will run along I-225 and the remainder will run along local streets. Kiewit, the design-build contractor, has hired AECOM to be the project designer. There are 7 bridges, 7 grade crossings, and 8 stations in the 9 mile stretch from Iliff to the tie-in point of Peoria Station. The design-build team is responsible for 3 parking lots along the route – no Parking Garages are included in the project scope at this time. Design will begin immediately upon receipt of the Notice to Proceed, and the project has an anticipated field construction start date of March 2013. Anticipated completion is 2015.
Kiewit/General/Manson A Joint Venture (KGM) is the design builder for the new SR520 floating bridge, east approach structures, and bridge maintenance facility. This project replaces the existing SR520 floating highway bridge with a new 6 lane configuration and is expected to run through 2015. We are seeking sub bids and quotes from Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) and all other business enterprises (OBE) to participate on this project.
This project involves the Design, and Build (DB) effort to extend the Phase 1 terminus from the Sierra Madre Villa Station in City of Pasadena approximately 11.5 miles to Citrus Avenue near the boundary of the City of Azusa and the City of Glendora. The project includes the systems and fixed facilities between the Sierra Madre Villa Station and Citrus Avenue, and other improvements.
Kiewit Infrastructure West Co. is the design-builder for the referenced project and is seeking sub-bids and quotes from Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) and all other business enterprises for participation on this project.
The largest of all Portland's projects to reduce overflows into the Willamette River, this tunnel is designed to significantly reduce sewage and storm water overflows.