The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT), in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), is proposing improvements to the interstate corridor of I-20/26/126, including the system interchanges at I-20/I-26 and I-26/I-126 in Lexington and Richland Counties. These improvements are proposed to increase mobility and enhance traffic operations by reducing existing traffic congestion within the I-20/26/126 corridor, while accommodating future traffic needs. The corridor's approximately 14 miles of mainline interstate include I-26 from Exit 101 - Broad River Road (US 176) to east of the Saluda River, I-20 from the west of the Saluda River to west of the Broad River, and I-126 from I-26 to east of the interchange with Colonial Life Boulevard. The project website is at www.SCDOTcarolinacrossroads.com.
In general, Phase 2 consists of reconstruction of the Broad River Road at I-20 interchange and a portion of the I-20 widening east of the I-20/I-26 interchange.
Request for Qualifications
SOQ Submitters List (Posted 08/13/2020
Request for Qualifications Questions and Answers (Posted 08/07/2020
Notice to Proposers-RFQ-Questions (Posted 08/07/2020
Request for Qualifications - Addendum 1 (Posted 08/04/2020
Notice to Proposers - Addendum 1 (Posted 08/04/2020
Request for Qualifications (Posted 07/15/2020
Attachment B - Supplemental Project Design Criteria
- Draft Quality Assurance Program (07/06/20)
Project Information Package
Right of Way
- ROW Layout (07/24/20)
- Roadway CAD 2020-07-20 (07/24/20)
- Bridge SI&A Reports (07/24/20)
Statement of Qualifications Evaluation Team Meetings
A Carolina Crossroads Phase 2 - Broad River Road at I-20 SOQ Distribution Meeting will be held on August 13, 2020 at 9:00 AM.
The following is the WebEx login information:
Thursday, August 13, 2020 9:00 am Meeting number: 160 355 8537 Password: EePPTSuh224 https://scdot.webex.com/scdot/j.php?MTID=mf4dc69b307ca87c6074cfb9134e76894
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Notice to Parties Interested in Providing Design Build Services
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