Carolina Crossroads Phase 3
Kiewit is preparing a response to the Request for Proposals issued by the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) to provide design-build services for the delivery of Phase 3 of the Carolina Crossroads (I-20/26/126 System Interchanges) Project (CCR Phase 3).
*SCDOT does not support or endorse the Kiewit proposer team*
Carolina Crossroads: I-20/26/126 Corridor Improvement Project
The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) Carolina Crossroads I-20/26/126 Corridor Improvement Project aims to increase mobility and enhance traffic operations by reducing existing traffic congestion, while accommodating future traffic needs. The overall Carolina Crossroads Project will be divided into 5 phases with expected completion in 2029. SCDOT anticipates the construction of 132 new lane miles, 14 widened interstate miles, 43 new bridges, and 7 reconstructed interchanges.
Carolina Crossroads Phase 3 – I-20/26/126 System Interchanges Design-Build Project
Phase 3 consists of the design and reconstruction of new interchanges at I-20 with I-26, I-26 with I-126, St. Andrews Road (S-36) with I-26, and Bush River Road (S-273) with I-20 and associated interstate widening and ramp construction in Richland and Lexington Counties.
Work will include design and construction of interstate widening, interchange ramps, collector-distributor roads, crossing routes, frontage roads, side roads, highway bridges, riverine bridges, railroad bridges, retaining walls, noise barrier wall, and related roadway appurtenances. The Project also includes coordination, design, and relocation of wet and dry utilities.
Kiewit is committed to meeting SCDOT’s goals and objectives for this project, to include (but, not limited to):
- Improved mobility and enhanced traffic operations through reduced traffic congestion while accommodating future traffic needs
- Improved travel time and commuter safety within the corridor
- Improved system linkages (bicycle, pedestrian, and transit mobility)
- Improved freight mobility within the corridor
- Reduced or eliminated vehicular weaving segments, lengthening of merge sections, separating system-to-system traffic flows and improving interchange ramp termini geometry
- Completion of the project on original contract schedule and budget
- Use of quality construction methods to produce durable structures with enhanced service life
- Minimized environmental impact, including impacts to Waters of the United States
- Minimized impact to the traveling public during construction
For more information about the Carolina Crossroads Project, visit: www.SCDOTcarolinacrossroads.com
Enhancing Mobility. Connecting Community. Increasing Opportunity.
Kiewit brings the expertise, resources, and an innovative and collaborative approach to deliver on SCDOT’s objectives of increased mobility, improved safety, and modernized infrastructure to accommodate projected population growth.
Founded in 1884, Kiewit is one of the largest and most respected construction and engineering organizations in North America. For over 135 years, Kiewit’s construction and design engineering professionals have worked on the industry’s most complex, challenging, and rewarding projects – building transportation solutions that enhance and connect communities.
Kiewit tackles important projects of every size, in any market, utilizing construction-focused engineering to ensure our projects are delivered safely, on time, and on budget.
SCDOT Business Inclusion Goals
SCDOT has established a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) goal of 12.1% of the total contract price. The overall DBE goal includes 0.2% of the total contract price allocated to professional services and 11.9% for construction services.
Kiewit is committed to meeting the business diversity goals set forth by SCDOT for this Project.
Firms should be certified as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) by the South Carolina Unified Certification Program for their participation to count towards the established DBE goal.
For additional information on Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) certification, visit: https://www.scdot.org/business/bus-development-dbe-certification.aspx
OUR COMMITMENT TO INCLUSION
We’re building more than roads; we’re building opportunities. Kiewit believes in partnering and investing in the local, small, and diverse businesses in the communities where we work and live.
We are committed to maximizing opportunities through:
- Engaging with community and industry organizations focused on supporting small and diverse businesses
- Investing in the development and growth of the local workforce to build sustainable construction careers
- Actively seeking out local, small, and diverse businesses that bring value to the projects we build
- Building upon new and existing subcontractor relationships to create long-term partnerships
- Providing equitable opportunities for meaningful participation by local, small, and diverse businesses
- Supporting the development and growth of existing and potential diverse business partners
POTENTIAL CONTRACT OPPORTUNITIES
Build with Us
Kiewit is actively seeking to engage local, small, and diverse firms interested in subcontractor and supplier opportunities on the project.
Anticipated Scope Opportunities Include (but are not limited to): *
- Geotechnical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Environmental Engineering
- Design Survey / Survey Control
- Asphalt Milling/Paving
- Barrier Wall (Temporary Concrete, Slipform)
- Bridge Structures
- Clear & Grub
- Concrete Flatwork
- Curb & Gutter
- Deep Foundations
- Drainage (Culverts/Pipe)
- Drilled Shafts
- Erosion Control
- Geotechnical (Borings)
- Ground Improvements
- HDD Boring
- Maintenance of Traffic
- Painting & Coatings
- Pavement Markings
- Piling (Steel or Concrete)
- Rebar Installation
- Support of Excavation
- Temporary Electrical
- Temporary Lighting
- Utilities (Electrical, Gas, Sewer, Water)
- Walls (CIP/MSE)
- Equipment Maintenance
- Girders (Steel or Concrete)
- Heavy Haul
- Janitorial Services
- Miscellaneous Metals
- Office Supply & Install
- Safety Supplies
We also encourage participation by local, small, and diverse companies seeking to provide support services, such as printing and office supplies.
*All opportunities are contingent upon award of the contract to Kiewit.
WORKING WITH US
Kiewit believes in partnering with and investing in the local, small, and diverse businesses in the communities where we work and live. We have a track record of meeting or exceeding participation goals on projects, locally and nationwide.
We evaluate companies on various criteria that may include, but is not limited to:
- Safety performance
- Years in business
- Proven quality
- Past performance with team members or Project Owner/Agency
- Insurance and bonding capacity
- Value-added products or services
- On-time performance
JUNE 20, 2023 | 5:30 P.M. (EDT)
In-Person Diverse Subcontractor and Supplier Outreach Event*
Please join us to learn about the project and anticipated opportunities and to meet members of our project leadership team.
The event will take place in Columbia, South Carolina. Space is limited — RSVP required to attend.
*This is not an SCDOT sponsored event. SCDOT is not participating in or endorsing the event or the Proposer team hosting the event.
JOIN OUR DATABASE
To help us understand your capabilities and bidding interests and ensure that you are notified about future project opportunities and events, complete the following:
Complete our Subcontractor Questionnaire.
Please indicate the scopes of work you are interested in bidding!
Create an account with BuildingConnected at:
Once your company information has been received through our Subcontractor Questionnaire, you will be added to our project mailing list.
Please stay tuned for notifications via email and BuildingConnected once bid packages become available.
Kiewit is committed to providing resources, information, and support to local, small, and diverse businesses seeking opportunities to participate on the Project.
GET BID READY
Visit our “on-demand” Virtual Technical Assistance Hub. We developed The Hub to serve as your 24/7 business advisor, featuring a wide range of resources and tools from various local and national assist agencies. Our goal is to support the development and growth of small and diverse firms by providing learning opportunities and assistance navigating the challenges that may sometimes arise. Technical Assistance topics include Accounting, Business Development, Human Resources Best Practices, Quality, Safety, Risk Assessment, and many others.
ORGANIZATIONS / RESOURCES FOR SMALL, LOCAL AND DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
- APEX Accelerator (formerly PTAC SC)
- Carolinas Asian-American Chamber of Commerce
- Carolinas Associated General Contractors of America
- Carolinas -Virginia Minority Supplier Development Council
- City of Columbia Office of Business Opportunities
- Columbia Chamber of Commerce
- Commission for Minority Affairs
- Economic Development Organization – Upstate SC Alliance
- Greater Women’s Business Council GWBC
- Hispanic Contractors Association of the Carolinas (HCAC)
- Increasing HOPE – Financial Training Center
- Minority & Women-Owned Business Enterprise Office
- National Association of Minority Contractors, South Carolina Chapter
- Richland County South Carolina Office of Small Business Opportunity
- Richland Library Small Business Resources & Coaching
- SC Lowcountry – SCORE
- SC Small Business Chamber of Commerce
- SC Women In Leadership
- SC Works – Midlands
- SCAACC – SC African American Chamber of Commerce
- SCBOS South Carolina Business One Stop
- SCDOT Business Development Center
- SCHCC – South Carolina Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
- SCORE Charleston SC
- SCORE Midlands Chapter
- WomensNet – Grants for Skilled Trade Businesses And Organizations
- South Carolina Chamber of Commerce
- South Carolina Department of Commerce
- South Carolina Department of Transportation – Office of Minority & Small Business Affairs
- South Carolina MBDA Business Center – Minority Business Development Agency
- South Carolina Minority Business Development Agency Business Center
- South Carolina Small Business Development Center – Charleston Area
- South Carolina Small Business Development Centers Columbia
- South Carolina U.S. Small Business Administration
- The Blythewood Chamber of Commerce
- Together SC
- Upstate SC LGBT+ Chamber of Commerce
- Women’s Business Center – Columbia College
- Women’s Business Center at Benedict College
- Women’s Transportation Seminar – South Carolina Chapter
- Richland Library Small Business Resources & Coaching
Kiewit is committed to meeting or exceeding stated project participation requirements. We will maximize opportunities for local small and diverse firms through: dividing work into economically feasible packages to ensure equitable and meaningful participation; providing timely notification of opportunities through various outreach methods; and partnering with industry and community assist agencies to provide support and resources to firms seeking assistance.
Kiewit is an Equal Opportunity Employer
QUESTIONS? CONTACT US
To learn about potential subcontract opportunities on the Carolina Crossroads Phase 3 Project, contact our team