Design-Build

Design-Build is a method of project delivery in which one entity – the Design-Build team – works under a single contract with Georgia DOT to provide design and construction services. This method allows for greater efficiencies in project delivery which typically results in accelerated project schedules.


Design-Build Approved & Awarded Projects

Printable DocumentsRevised
Design-Build Approved Projects11/18/22
Design-Build Awarded Projects10/28/22

 

Project(s) Request for Proposal (RFP) Technical Proposals Executed Contract Evaluation Report
FY 22 Bridges Link to RFP Link to Proposal Link to Contract
SR 400 Phase 1 Design-Build Link to RFP Link to Proposal Link to Contract
SR 25 at Savannah & Middle River Bridges Link to RFP Link to Proposal Link to Contract
I-85 Widening Phase 3 Link to RFP Link to Proposal Link to Contract
I-285 Eastside Bridge Replacements Project Link to RFP Link to Proposal Link to Contract
I-285 at SR 141 (Peachtree Industrial Boulevard) Interchange Improvement Project Link to RFP Link to Proposal Link to Contract
Statewide ITS DMS Deployment Design-Build Project Link to RFP Link to Proposal Link to Contract
SR 307 @ I-16 DDI Project Link to RFP Link to Proposal Link to Contract
I-85 Widening, Phase 2 Link to RFP Link to Proposal Link to Contract
SR 247 /Pio Nono & College St Bridges over Norfolk Southern Railroad Project Link to RFP Link to Proposal Link to Contract
I-85 Widening, Phase 1 Link to RFP Link to Proposal Link to Contract
SR 53 Westbound at Chattahoochee River Bridge Replacement Project Link to RFP Link to Proposal Link to Contract
SR 135 at Altamaha River Bridge Replacement Project Link to RFP Link to Proposal Link to Contract
l-20@Savannah River Bridge Replacements and Roadway Widening Project Link to RFP Link to Proposal Link to Contract
FY 18 Bridges (Batch 1) Link to RFP Link to Contract
FY 18 Bridges (Batch 2) Link to RFP Link to Contract
I-16 at I-95 Interchange & I-16 Widening Projects Link to RFP Link to Proposal Link to Contract
Courtland Street Bridge Replacement Project Link to RFP Link to Proposal Link to Contract Link to Report
FY 17 Bridges (Batch 1) Link to RFP
FY 17 Bridges (Batch 2) Link to RFP
I-85 Corridor Bridge Replacement Project Link to RFP
SR 21 Ped Bridge Link to RFP
FY 16 Bridges Batch: 1 Link to RFP Link to Report
FY 16 Bridges Batch: 2 Link to RFP Link to Report
FY 16 Bridges Batch: 3 Link to RFP Link to Report
FY 16 Bridges Batch: 4 Link to RFP Link to Report
FY 16 Bridges Batch: 5 Link to RFP Link to Report
SR 299 ABC Link to RFP Link to Report
I-85 Express Lanes Extension Link to RFP Link to Report
SR 400 Widening Link to RFP Link to Report
SR 21 at I-95 DDI Link to RFP
I-285 at Riverside Ramps Link to RFP Link to Report
Weigh-in-Motion Link to RFP
SR 316 and Walther Road Link to RFP Link to Report
Safe Routes to Schools - Various Locations Link to RFP Link to Report
SR 47 @ Little River – Bridge Replacement Link to RFP Link to Report
SR 400 at Northridge Road Link to RFP Link to Report
Signing and Pavement Marking - Various Locations Link to RFP
I-285 Variable Speed Limits Link to RFP Link to Report
SR 400 Northbound at Abernathy Road / McFarland Road Link to RFP Link to Report
I-75 Northbound Auxiliary Lane Link to RFP Link to Report
Jimmy Deloach Connector Link to RFP Link to Report
I-85 SR 400 Connector Ramps Link to RFP Link to Report
I-20 @ SR 28/Washington Road - Lighting Link to RFP Link to Report
I-20 Eastbound Collector Distributor Link to RFP Link to Report
I-575 at Ridgewalk Parkway - Cherokee County Link to RFP Link to Report
SR 204 Spur Over Skidaway Narrows Link to RFP Link to Report
SR 400 at Hammond Drive - Fulton County Link to RFP Link to Report
I-75 Southbound Auxiliary Lane - Henry County Link to RFP
I-85 at KIA Interchange - Troup County Link to RFP
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          Contacts

          Darryl D. VanMeter, P.E.
          GDOT State Innovative Delivery Administrator
          One Georgia Center
          600 W Peachtree St, NW, 19th Floor
          Atlanta, Georgia 30308
          dvanmeter@dot.ga.gov
          (O) (404) 631-1703 | (M) (404) 694-3511 

           

           ‭(Hidden)‬ What Are the Benefits of Design-Build Delivery?

          With the Design-Build delivery method, right-of-way (ROW) acquisition, processing permits, and the entire design can all occur concurrently with construction. This differs from traditional project delivery, in which these activities occur prior to construction beginning. The Design-Build method accelerates the project delivery schedule by overlapping the design and construction phases. This method benefits the public by reducing construction times, mitigating travel impacts as much as possible, and maximizing the use of resources and the project budget.

          Additionally, Design-Build is best-suited for those projects that generally require acceleration, projects that have unique opportunities to appropriately transfer risk to the Design-Build Team, and/or projects with opportunities for innovation where it has the potential to significantly decrease contract time, reduce costs and/or improve the safety and quality of the facility.

           ‭(Hidden)‬ Who Is Office of Innovative Delivery?

          The Office of Innovative Delivery (OID) focuses on effective and accelerated delivery of various transportation projects and programs, designed to have positive impacts on improving mobility for motorists and freight. In addition, these projects make a positive contribution to growing the economy in Georgia and the Atlanta region. The Design-Build and P3 programs, as well as the Major Mobility Investment Program (MMIP) all fall under the OID.

           ‭(Hidden)‬ What is Design-Build?

          Design-Build is a method of project delivery in which one entity – the Design-Build team – works under a single contract with Georgia DOT to provide design and construction services. This method allows for greater efficiencies in project delivery which typically results in accelerated project schedules.