The California High-Speed Rail Authority this summer plans to issue its formal request for bids for the 60-mile portion of its high-speed rail project between Fresno and the line between Tulare and Kern counties in the state. Five teams have prequalified to bid on the project that could cost up to $2 billion, including the group comprised of Tutor Perini, Parsons and Zachry Construction that was awarded the contract to build the first segment. The other groups are Dragados/Flatiron/Shimmick, Skanska-Ames Joint Venture, California Rail Builders and Golden State Rail Partnership.

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