Largest awarded contract in the history of Rhode Island DOT ($248) to design and rebuild the Routes 6-10 interchange in Providence, RI. The project involves replacing nine bridges, several of which are structurally deficient. Also included are 1.4 miles of new bike paths, 4.8 acres of land made available for other purposes including greenland space, the revitalization of 24 nearby acres for future redevelopment, and other community connections enhancing mobility on and off Routes 6 and 10. Total project costs are higher ($410 million estimate) because the project also includes utility work and adjustments by Amtrak to the location of the Northeast Corridor rail line that the interchange crosses. Route 6 is the Dennis J. Roberts Expy. Route 10 is the Huntington Expy.
Delivery Method as described in the country where it's located:
Is the project still active:
1800 Westminster St
United States of America
Souces of Project Support (Non-monetary)
Access to Land
Souces of Project Support (Monetary)
From Public (Government) Sources to Producers
Direct Cash Support: The project is funded by RI DOT.
Project Delivery & Finance Method
Design Build (All Public Finance). Public Sponsor contracts for both initial design and construction with a single entity. Public Owner operates and maintains the resulting facility.
Is there an independant checking engineer? No
Qualifications Based Selection
Request for Qualifications
Request for Proposals
Invitation for Bids
Design and Build Together
Is Negotiation of the Price Permitted After Selection of the Winner?
Is Negotiation of the Scope of Services Permitted After Selection of the Winner?
Term for Key Components & Forms of Contract
Initial Design and Construction
Mandatory Statutory Form
Project Value (If and As Known)
Date of Estimated Project Value: December 15, 2017