DENVER (Denver Business Journal) – The Regional Transportation District has said “no thanks” to an unsolicited proposal from a consortium of engineering and construction companies to build the $904 million North Metro portion of the FasTracks rail project.

The confidential proposal, received Sept. 19, came from North Metro Constructors, a team led by global engineering firm Fluor Corp., based in Irving, Texas, and Balfour Beatty Rail Inc., a rail construction and maintenance company based in Atlanta.

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