VRE provides commuter rail service as part of an intermodal regional transportation system connecting Northern Virginia with Union Station in Washington, D.C. VRE’s $800 million CIP will maintain passenger equipment and facilities in a state of good repair while accommodating safe and sustainable growth. Major projects under the CIP include Quantico Station improvements, Broad Run expansion on the Manassas Line, Fredericksburg Station rehabilitation, the Backlick Road Platform Extension, and improvements to Alexandria Station.
During the program, Hill will support VRE’s staff with comprehensive schedule, budget, quality, procurement, document control, and project management services. The estimated value to Hill is $6 million over a term of four years.
“We’re excited to be working for VRE," said Michael Mologne, PE, CCM, Hill International First Vice President. "We look forward to this new partnership with VRE and assisting them with their critical Capital Improvement Program over the next four years.”
“VRE is a vibrant and important system serving Northern Virginia, with an outsize impact on the region’s economy and is well-known for enhancing the quality of life for residents," Hill CEO Raouf Ghali said. "This CIP will enable VRE to continue to meet their mission goals and — I am confident — do so cost-effectively, safely, and on-schedule. We are looking forward to working with VRE to deliver the infrastructure of change in Virginia.”