SR-520 Floating Bridge and Landings Project Receives DBIA National Merit Award
The SR-520 Floating Bridge and Landings Project has just won a National Merit Award in Transportation through the Design-Build Institute of America. Floyd|Snider was permit lead for the Design-Build team. “DBIA recognizes exemplary application of Design-Build Done Right project delivery that, at a minimum, resulted in highly successful projects that achieved best value while meeting design and construction quality, cost and schedule goals.” Through the SR-520 Floating Bridge and Landings Project, WSDOT and Design-Builder Kiewit/General/Manson, A Joint Venture designed and built the world’s longest floating bridge, creating a safer, more reliable link between Seattle and the growing high-tech cities east of Lake Washington. Working closely with Kiewit/General/Manson, KPFF Consulting Engineers, and Berger ABAM, Floyd|Snider led the acquisition of all Design-Builder permits and agency coordination, and supported the team to ensure that the work was conducted consistent with permit conditions, applicable regulations, and environmental requirements. Information on this award is available at DBIA’s website. More information on this project and our role can be found on our Experience Page.