VDOT Fredericksburg District Megaprojects Program Support Services (FRED EX)
RS&H is serving as Owner’s Representative during procurement, phased design, and construction of the $565M I-95 Fredericksburg Extension (FredEx) P3 Design-Build Project.
The goal of the FredEx Project is to reduce congestion on I-95 in the vicinity of the Route 610 and Route 17 interchanges by building 10 miles of managed lanes in the existing median of I-95. Complex interchanges of various types connect general purpose lanes with the managed lanes at several locations. A total of seven bridges are being constructed, including four flyover bridges, replacement of the Truslow Road and American Legion Bridges that span the corridor, and one additional bridge on the express lanes over Potomac Creek. A non-contiguous interchange near Quantico Marine Corps Base is also included in the project.
Professional services being provided to the VDOT Fredericksburg District for this design-build project include scope validation, engineering review, general engineering, and construction management support. The RS&H team is leading review efforts for the Design-Builder’s design unit packages, each with four milestone submissions. In addition, RS&H was tasked with developing, implementing and maintaining the document control environment for the entire project. RS&H resources on the ground are leading a team providing Independent Assurance (IA) services providing daily inspection of active work and maintenance of traffic implementation along the corridor.
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Highways & Roads
Construction Engineering & Inspection
CEI – Conventional & Complex Bridges
CEI – Highways & Local Roads
Turnpike & Toll Roads
CPM Schedule Review
|Client||Virginia Department of Transportation, Fredericksburg District|
|Owner||Virginia Department of Transportation & TransUrban USA (P3 Concession)|