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International teams selected for final stage of Tappan Zee Hudson River Crossing Project

Four design-build teams have been announced for the new Tappan Zee Hudson River Crossing Project in New York after a decade-long process. Of five Statements of Qualification, four consortiums were selected to move to the final stages of the competition, with public participation to ensue later this month. The teams are as follows:

Hudson River Bridge Constructors: Dragados USA Inc., Flatiron Constructors Inc., Samsung C&T, E&C Americas Inc. and Yonkers Contracting Company Inc.
Kiewit-Skanska-Weeks Joint Venture: Kiewit Infrastructure Co., Skanska USA Civil Northeast Inc. and Weeks Marine Inc.
Tappan Zee Bridge Partners, a Bechtel/Tutor Perini Joint Venture: Bechtel Infrastructure Corporation and Tutor Perini Corporation
Tappan Zee Constructors: Fluor Enterprises Inc., America Bridge Company, Granite Construction Northeast Inc. and Traylor Bros. Inc.

New York State Thruway Authority Chairman Howard P. Milstein said: "New York can now begin the single largest bridge project in its modern history. The eventual contract awardee will be setting a national standard for similar mega-projects that are completed on an accelerated and environmentally sound schedule."

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