Procurement year in review: State and local architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) by the numbers
Deltek’s GovWin IQ launched 2015 with a massive coverage expansion effort to bring more AEC business opportunities and market intel to state and local vendors. Our efforts are clearly paying off as 2015 saw a whopping 30.4 percent increase in AEC bid notifications compared to 2014.
The chart below details solicitations released by state and local entities throughout the year. Procurement activity was most active from March to June, which could mean robust bid activity in the months ahead. As is often the case with government business, solicitations saw the fewest releases during the holiday months of November and December.
Regionally, the South accounted for the majority of AEC bids, while the Midwest saw the fewest releases.
The bulk of AEC solicitations came from state departments, though cities were a close second. Special districts released the fewest AEC bids.
Here’s a look at the entities that released the most AEC bids in 2015.
Looking at vertical markets, general government services (55.1%) tops the list for AEC activity, followed by transportation (10.2%) and justice and public safety (6.4%) AEC bids.
Lastly, here are a few of the top-dollar AEC contracts awarded over the past year.
- The Hawaii Department of Transportation awarded a $ 331,394,018 contract to Hawaiian Dredging Construction Company Inc. for its Roadway Improvements and Consolidated Car Rental CONRAC Facility at Kahului Airport project.
- The California Department of Transportation awarded Guy F. Atkinson a $172 million contract for its Widen FWY, Construct HOV Lanes and Roadway Rehabilitation (Segment 3) project.
- The New Jersey Department of Transportation awarded CCA Civil Inc a $165 million contract for its N.J. Route 7 (1953) Hackensack River Wittpenn Bridge, Contract 3, Main Lift Span and Kearny Approach project.
- The Georgia Department of Transportation awarded a $139 million contract to C.W. Matthews Contracting Co. for its Design-Build Services for I-85 Express Lanes project.
- The Virginia Department of Transportation awarded Lane/Corman Joint Venture a $116 million contract for Route 29 Solutions.
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