PDSM - Past Projects

I-25 South Gap Project from Monument to Castle Rock

CMGC was determined to be the most appropriate delivery method to meet project goals and to take the best advantages of design innovation. CMGC provides the quickest opportunity to get a contractor on board, to mitigate delays in high risk areas, and to potentially get an early package under construction by November 2018. CMGC shares risks between CDOT and the contractor, which the most appropriate with the pavement risks.

NORTH I-25 EXPRESS LANES from Johnstown to Fort Collins

August 2016. Region 4. Design Build was selected to be the preferred delivery method because CDOT wants to maximize scope for the available funds through the use of ARE’s. A design build project will allow contractors to compete to determine which team can give CDOT the most scope within our budget using innovative designs (Best Value).

I-70G Edwards Spur Road Phase 2

CM/GC was selected as the optimal delivery selection method based on the opportunity to include the CM/GC in the design process and the ability to include the CM/GC input on design issues and overall constructability and cost.


Design-Build - Evaluation of the project finds that there is significant opportunity for innovative approaches to save cost, time of completion and to reduce motorist inconvenience. Design funds for the consultant are needed to complete the design and it was decided to run the delivery selection matrix before seeking funds for completion of a Design Bid Build package.

Bridge Replacement: SH 030A (F-17-GP)

Design Build (Streamlined) - This provides the opportunity for the Design Build Team to entertain several options that are innovative in both design and construction. The project should be designed and constructed in the shortest amount of time possible.

Sliding Bridges - R2

CM/GC - Contractor's input is necessary for means and methods to roll/slide the bridge.