Gerald Desmond Bridge Replacement
Interested subcontractors, material suppliers and consultants participated in a pre-proposal conference on Oct. 4 for the Gerald Desmond Bridge Replacement Project. Read more about the conference here.
Download documents from the conference here
Pre-Qualified Proposer Contacts for Subs
Useful DBE information and contacts
Watch the webcast of the conference.
The Gerald Desmond Bridge is a vital link in the nation's trade system and a major commuter corridor. But the bridge, built in the 1960s, was not designed to handle today's traffic volumes and is deteriorating.
A nearly $1 billion replacement project will ensure the safety of commuters and truck drivers and protect Southern California's important role as a major trading hub. Construction is expected to last five years and generate, on average, 4,000 jobs per year.
To view the Bridge Replacement Project Procurement Schedule, click here.
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Go to our documents page for a complete set of information about the Gerald Desmond Bridge replacement project, including the project report, meeting information and more.
Or click here to see the complete Request for Proposals for the Bridge replacement project.
The Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners on Monday, May 14 approved Port of Long Beach staff’s recommendation that the “best value” design-build proposal to replace the aging Gerald Desmond Bridge was submitted by the joint venture team of Shimmick Construction Company Inc., FCC Construction S.A. and Impregilo S.p.A. (SFI).
Three engineering and construction teams met today’s deadline for submitting proposals to design and build a new span to replace the 44-year-old Gerald Desmond Bridge in the Port of Long Beach.
Four teams of engineering and construction firms have been deemed eligible to compete for the contract to design and build the replacement to the Gerald Desmond Bridge in the Port of Long Beach. The $950-million project is a joint effort of the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and the Port of Long Beach, along with the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro).