Fluor's $3.14B Bid Wins Tappan Zee Replacement Job

Law360, New York (December 17, 2012, 5:55 PM EST) -- A consortium led by Fluor Corp. was chosen Monday to replace New York's aging Tappan Zee Bridge after the Wisconsin-based engineering giant lodged a $3.14 billion project estimate that was hundreds of millions of dollars below two competing bidders and promised the quickest completion.

Fluor says the bridge, which will be built to last 100 years, can be completed in just over five years, promising a mass-transit ready, earthquake-resistant dual span connecting Westchester and Rockland counties north of Manhattan at a price significantly below earlier estimates...
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