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Balfour Beatty-Fluor joint venture win £500M Texas road job

The Texas Department of Transport (TxDOT) has named Fluor and Balfour Beatty joint venture Pegasus Link Constructors as preferred bidder for its Horseshoe interstate highway connection project in Dallas.

Pegasus Link Constructors will be responsible for the design, construction, utilities and right of way for the project costing about $798M (£502M).

The Horseshoe project includes connecting Interstates 30 and 35 in downtown Dallas as well as constructing two new bridges designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava.

Construction is due to begin next year. The project takes its name from the u-shape formed by the connection between the two highways.

Pegasus Link Constructors 55% owned by Fluor Enterprises and 45% owned by Balfour Beatty Infrastructure. Lead designer of the project is Parsons Brinckerhoff, along with Aecom, Raba Kistner, environmental consultant Kleinfelder as well as local engineering firms.

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