TxDOT is seeking qualifications statements (QS) from teams interested in entering into a Design-Build Contract (DBC) in response to a RFQ to design, develop, construct, and potentially maintain approximately 7.8 miles of improvements along I-2 from just west of 2nd Street to just east of FM 2557 (S. Stewart Road) and along I-69C from Nolana Loop to I-2 in the cities of McAllen, Pharr, and San Juan, in Hidalgo County (I-2/I-69C Interchange Project).
Qualification Teams – On Aug. 7, 2018, TxDOT posted the list of qualification teams and their equity members for the I-2/I-69C Interchange Project.
Legal Disclaimer – The following documents are provided as reference information only project documents. The information contained in these documents reflects information as of any date or time identified therein. TxDOT has not determined whether the project documents are accurate, complete, pertinent, or of any other value to potential developers. TxDOT makes no representation, warranty or guarantee as to, and shall not be responsible for, the accuracy, completeness, or pertinence of the project documents, and, in addition, shall not be responsible for any interpretations thereof or conclusions drawn therefrom. The statements made in the project documents that are not purely historical are forward-looking statements, including TxDOT's hopes, intentions or strategies regarding the future. These statements are based on information currently available to TxDOT and TxDOT assumes no obligation to update any such forward-looking statements.
Request for Qualifications (RFQ) Documents – I-2/I-69C Interchange
|RFQ Issued Document (06/08/18)|
|Design-Build Contract (DBC) Term Sheet|
|Capital Maintenance Contract (CMC) Term Sheet|
|Reference Information Documents (RID)|
|Addendum 1 - Issued 06/28/18|
|Addendum 1 - Redline|
|Addendum 2 - Issued 07/27/18|
|Addendum 2 - Redline|
|Presentation - 06/19/18|
|Sign-in Sheet - 06/19/18|
RFQ Shortlist Teams
On Aug. 30, 2018, TxDOT announced the shortlist of the most qualified teams to compete for the I-2/I-69C Interchange Project Design-Build Contract. The teams are invited to submit a detailed proposal.