Construction company Tutor Perini Corp. announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Lunda Construction Co., will enter a joint venture with C.S. McCrossan Inc. on a contract valued at $799.5 million by the Metropolitan Council for the Southwest Light Rail Transit project in Minneapolis. This major regional transportation project, according to a company statement, constitutes the largest public infrastructure project in Minnesota’s history. It involves construction of new light rail infrastructure, including 44 bridges, two cut-and-cover tunnels and 16 new light rail stations. Work will commence next month with major construction ramping up in the spring. Tutor Perini has undertaken such high-profile projects as L.A.’s $1.4 billion extension of the Purple Line (currently underway), a $1.4 billion portion of the California High-Speed Rail line and the $783 million Alameda Corridor in Long Beach.
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