Phase 2 of Metro’s Silver Line Awarded to Clark Construction Group and Kiewit Infrastructure

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As reported by Jeff Clabaugh in the Washington Business Journal, the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority has awarded the design-build portion of Phase 2 of the Silver Line to Capital Rail Constructors which is a joint venture between Clark Construction Group, LLC and Kiewit Infrastructure South Co.  The team beat out 4 other teams of contractors as a result of competitive pricing, and meeting the technical requirements of the contract.

The contract, awarded May 14, gives Clark and Kiewit the job of designing and building the 11.4-mile segment of the Silver Line with six stations from Reston through Dulles International Airport and to Ashburn.  The notice to proceed is anticipated to be in July 2013 and the project is expected to be completed in 2018.  Unlike Phase 1 of the Silver Line, Phase 2 will receive no federal funding for the project, and will be funded primarily by state and local governments.

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Michael (Mike) Corcoran is a CPA in the Construction Industry Services Group at Aronson. He has over six years servicing construction clients with Aronson and he has worked with a variety of construction contractors, such as electrical, heavy/highway, mechanical, and masonry subcontractors of up to $300 million in annual revenue. Mike specializes in providing assurance and tax services to construction contractors. He graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Accounting from West Virginia University in 2004.

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