WSDOT SR 167 Completion Project

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is continuing the design-build contract procurement process for the SR 167, and SR 161 to SR 410-Rebuild Interchange (Stage 2a) project. The project aims to construct a diverging diamond interchange at North Meridian, a portion of the new SR 167 alignment from the Puyallup Recreation Center east to SR 410, a new bridge over Milwaukee Ave, and a portion of the Tacoma to Puyallup Regional Trail. The project is estimated to cost between $165-$215 million and has a 14% DBE goal for the design portion and a 20% DBE goal for the construction portion. WSDOT will hold an in-person informational meeting regarding the Request for Proposal on Wednesday, Jan. 31 from 1-3 p.m. at Pioneer Park Pavilion at 330 S. Meridian, Puyallup, WA, 98371. Short-listed teams, interested contractors, and consultants are invited to attend the meeting. WSDOT will also stream the presentation on Zoom and post information online following the meeting. The project scope includes expressway and interchange construction, construction of new sidewalks, bicycle lanes, and shared-use paths, widening of one existing state highway and widening of local streets, street landscaping, construction of two new bridges and one under crossing, traffic systems, steel truss demolition and removal, earthwork, and roadside restoration. For more information, you can contact Steve Fuchs, P.Ε. SR 167 Completion Project Manager at 360-701-9413 or email him at [email protected].

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