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Wisconsin Constructors submits low bid for I-94 work around airport

Wisconsin Constructors LLC has submitted the low bid for Interstate 94 work between College and Howard avenues in Milwaukee west of General Mitchell International Airport.

State Highway Project, Milwaukee County

Wisconsin Constructors, which lists the same address as Lunda Construction Co., Black River Falls, bid $162,465,471.31 for the job. Walsh Construction Co., Chicago, bid $162,996,097.34 and I-94 Contractors LLC, Oak Creek, was the highest bidder at 168,777,474.09.

The project includes construction work on 16 bridges, seven noise barrier walls, 28 retaining walls, 54 sign bridges, storm sewers, pavement, curb and gutter, utilities and concrete barriers.

Lunda was also part of the Milwaukee Constructors team that worked on the Zoo Interchange west of Milwaukee. For that project, Lunda combined resources with Edward Kraemer & Sons Inc., Plain, and Zenith Tech Inc., Waukesha.

— Joe Yovino

One comment

  1. Can someone clarify what work the above bid was for? Back in Jan 2010 Walsh was awarded a $80 plus million contract that sounds like the same scope per the below article that was on this website.

    “Walsh Construction Co., Chicago, has turned in the lowest bid for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s planned Interstate 94 rebuild between College and Howard avenues south of Milwaukee.”

    The College Ave bridge is rebuilt, it looks like Walsh is all but done with the Layton Ave bridge as well and appears they (Walsh) are doing all the work from College to Howard. So what work is covered under this new $162 million bid?

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