“The administration is targeting BUILD Transportation grants to repair, rebuild and revitalize significant infrastructure projects across the country,” Chao said.
Fiscal Year 2019 BUILD Transportation grants are for investments in surface transportation infrastructure and have been awarded on a competitive basis to projects with a significant impact in their local or regional communities. BUILD funding supports roads, bridges, transit, rail, ports or intermodal transportation.
The program selection criteria encompassed safety, economic competitiveness, quality of life, state of good repair, environmental sustainability, innovation and partnerships with a broad range of stakeholders.
To reflect the administration’s ongoing effort to rebalance historic underinvestment in rural America, DOT has awarded 50 percent of BUILD Transportation grant funding to projects located in rural areas. For this round of BUILD grants, the maximum grant award is $25 million, and no more than $90 million can be awarded to a single state.
The list of awards in the Rocky Mountain Construction area is below:
o Grant Funding: $18,350,000
o Estimated Total Project Costs: $127,400,000
o Grant Funding: $14,544,000
o Estimated Total Project Costs: $18,180,000
o Grant Funding: $25,000,000
o Estimated Total Project Costs: $56,600,000
o Grant Funding: $15,373,698
o Estimated Total Project Costs: $18,073,699
o Grant Funding: $24,000,000
o Estimated Project Cost: $239,057,522