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RTD-Denver OKs contracts for downtown rail intersection reconstruction

The near-term work on the $152 million project will be conducted in four phases, with the first phase commencing in May.
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The Regional Transportation District-Denver (RTD) has selected Krische Construction Inc. (KCI) to carry out a $152 million reconstruction of five rail intersections in downtown Denver this summer.

RTD also selected Triunity Inc. for project management support and consultant services to assist the agency’s rail reconstruction efforts.

Earlier this year, RTD sought proposals from qualified firms for construction and project support to undertake a multiphased project to reconstruct miles of light-rail track in downtown Denver.

The near-term work will be conducted in four phases, with the first phase commencing in May. The first phase focuses on five segments of track at street intersections in the downtown loop. Phases two through four of the project will occur in 2025.

KCI and Triunity will function as extensions of RTD by conducting project activities and supplementing specialized expertise throughout the project’s duration, RTD officials said in a news release.


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