PennDOT: Kinsley is lowest bidder for I-83 Shrewsbury exit project

PennDot will be opening bids later this month for an estimated $23.7 million construction project at the Shrewsbury Exit 4 on Interstate 83, Monday, January 7, 2019
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York County-based Kinsley Construction was the lowest bidder for the work to build a new interchange at the Shrewsbury exit on Interstate 83.

On Thursday, Jan. 31, the state Department of Transportation opened four bids from contractors vying to construct a diverging diamond interchange at Exit 4, for Route 851 near Shrewsbury.

PennDOT is reviewing bid materials from the lowest-bidding company, York County-based Kinsley Construction. The release states Kinsley submitted a bid of $29.8 million.

If the information is all in order, the contract will be awarded to Kinsley and a notice to proceed will be issued within the next six to eight weeks, PennDOT said.

Wagman Heavy Civil Inc., of York County, was the high bidder among four, with a bid of $40.3 million, the release states.

PennDOT will make residents aware of the construction before it happens.

More information on the interchange may be found here.