Walsh Shortlists on WSDOT Progressive Design-Build

Mission Critical is proud to announce that our client, Walsh Construction, has shortlisted for the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) US 101/SR 109 Grays Harbor/Jefferson/Clallam – Fish Barriers Removal Project. This project will correct 29 of 413 culverts currently blocking passage for salmon and steelhead runs. This issue was raised with the U.S. District Court by 21 northwest Washington Tribes, with the subsequent ruling requiring the State to open 90% of potential upstream habitat by 2030.

Mission Critical worked with the Walsh team to determine the appropriate organizational and individual experience to highlight and crafted a response that used best practices from projects across the state and the nation to restore functional fish habitats which were previously affected by bridge and box culverts. Having successfully submitted the initial Request for Qualifications and being shortlisted for advancement through the procurement process, Walsh moves into the technical proposal stage with a final selection schedule by January 13, 2021.

Interested in learning more about the technical approach of this project or the impact Mission Critical had on this pursuit? Follow the link below to view the portfolio for this project.

WSDOT US 101/SR 109 Fish Barriers Progressive Design-Build

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