CO 92 Stengel’s Hill: Streamlined Design-Build Project

Project Status: Complete

CO 92 Stengel's Hill

In spring 2016, CDOT completed highway construction improvements and a grade separated railroad crossing on CO 92—approximately 14.5 miles east of Delta, in Delta County.

Project Outcomes

  • increased safety to the traveling public by eliminating an at-grade railroad crossing
    This increased driver sight distances shoulder widths.
  • increased operation and mobility by providing acceleration/deceleration lanes for Pleasure Park Road (County Road 2250) as well as an eastbound climbing lane

Project History

Work started at approximately mile point (MP) 13.7 to tie into previous improvements to CO 92. It then moved east to MM 15.5 on top of Roger’s Mesa near Hotchkiss.

The majority of the construction was done off the existing alignment. Traffic was maintained in both directions.


This project was procured as a Streamlined Design Build project, which provide a fast, standardized and efficient procurement process for both CDOT and the D-B industry that encourages innovative, best-value projects.

You can review the original request for proposals (RFP), contract documents and reference documents. This project was advertised under CDOT's Innovative Bidding Projects.

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Last submittal of ATC's/TA's February 20, 2014. Final RFP with all revisions released March 6, 2014. Technical proposals due March 13, 2014. Price Proposals due March 20, 2014.


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