Bridging Kentucky Industry Forum Questionnaire
Thank you for attending one of our recent Bridging Kentucky Industry Forums. The survey below is a digital version of the blue questionnaire in the folder you received at the forum. If you failed to return the document, please fill out this version as soon as possible. Your responses will help the program team efficiently manage the six-year program to restore more than 1,000 bridges across Kentucky.

The survey takes less than 10 minutes.

Email address *
Check the area(s) of the state where your firm has performed work for KYTC. *
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Please rank the following based on the elements that will most significantly impact bids for bridge projects that are bundled. *
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Distance between bridges
Number of days to complete project
Number of bridges in bundle
Delivery type (design-bid-build; design-build)
Variety of scope of work within a bundle
What is the maximum distance that could be allowed between bridges in a bundle without driving up costs significantly?
What is the maximum number of bridges that could be included in a bridge build that would allow your firm to participate in the Bridging Kentucky program?
Is your firm able to participate in a design-build bridge bundle? *
Do you anticipate any challenges with suppliers or subcontractors keeping up with the pace of projects being let? *
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What concerns, if any, do you have about the industry's ability to keep up with the pace of this program? *
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Bridging Kentucky is a federally funded program. Do you believe your firm can meet the typical goals for DBE participation on bridge projects?
if you answered "No" to the question above, what efforts by KYTC and the program team would help your firm meet DBE goals?
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What could the program team do in managing projects that would help your firm deliver bridge projects more efficiently and/or cost-effectively?
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Are you prepared to handle environmental concerns (i.e. environmental archaeology)
Do you have any general questions about the Bridging Kentucky program?
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