Walsh-Myers Wins Sacramento CMGC

Mission Critical is proud to announce our latest win. The Walsh-Myers Joint Venture team won the $135 million Sacramento River Bridge Overhead Deck Replacement & Dunsmuir Gap CMGC. This District 2 bridge project is located in Siskiyou County, California and was procured in two stages, including a Request for Qualifications and an Interview.

In securing the win, Mission Critical worked with the Walsh-Myers team to develop a proposal that highlighted the team’s innovative design strategies and resolutions of project challenges and risks – all while maintaining safety and mobility. With a tight timeframe between shortlist and interview, we began Interview Coaching early. As this pursuit was unfolding amid the travel and social distancing restrictions set in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Mission Critical was already establishing interview best practices incorporating short-duration video conference practices, focused study lists, advanced presentation materials and outlines, and individual delivery coaching. Bringing lessons learned from both Caltrans and other nationwide DOT pursuits, we provided the Walsh-Myers team with a winning Statement of Qualifications and the tools to succeed in the non-traditional Interview. We wish them the best of luck over the next four years as they successfully deliver the Sacramento River BOH Deck Replacement & Dunsmuir Gap project!

To learn more about this project or the role Mission Critical played in the success of the pursuit, please click the link below.

Caltrans Sacramento River / Dunsmuir Gap CMGC