I-19-4714 - Roadway & Bridge Construction

The work under this contract includes, but is not limited to, earthwork and grading construction, west abutment construction for six Western Access Interchange flyover ramp bridges, construction of the bridge carrying Ramp Q9 (South Thorndale Avenue into O'Hare Airport) over South Thorndale Avenue, retaining wall construction, pavement construction, storm sewer construction, lighting and Intelligent Transportation Services (ITS) construction, erosion and sediment control, landscaping, traffic control and protection, and all other appurtenant and miscellaneous associated work as required by the contract documents


Accepting Bids

Prebid Date1/4/22 11:30am

Bid Date1/28/22 10:30am

Company & Contacts

Illinois Tollway



The location of the services to be performed for this contract is the Illinois Route 390 (IL 390) Tollway from Mile Post 16.3 to Mile Post 17.0 and adjacent ramps in DuPage County, Illinois

Questions pertaining to the intent of the contract documents may be sent to the Illinois Tollway, attention 4622D.4714_Questions@docs.e-builder.net, to be received no later than 2:00 p.m. local time on January 7, 2022..

Friday, January 28, 2022 – 10:30AM
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