NOTICE OF SHORTLIST RFQ HSR19-13 Track and Systems

Dec 2 2019 | Sacramento

The Authority has completed its evaluation of all Statements of Qualifications submitted in response to the Request for Qualifications for Track and Systems (RFQ HSR19-13). The Authority has determined that the following teams have submitted qualified Statements of Qualifications and will be invited to participate in the second phase Request for Proposals (RFP HSR19-13) once the RFP is released. The teams on the shortlist are listed in alphabetical order as follows:

Bombardier-Salcef-Weitz Consortium

Bombardier Transportation (Holdings) USA, Inc.
Salcef, S.p.A.
The Weitz Company, LLC
Bombardier Transportation (Global Holding) UK Limited

California High-Speed Rail Constructors

Fluor Enterprises, Inc.
Balfour Beatty Infrastructure, Inc.
Egis Rail

Hitachi Acciona Copasa California Rail Partners (H-A-C)

Hitachi Rail STS USA, Inc.
Acciona Construction USA Corp.
S.A. de Obras y Servicios, COPASA
Hatch Associates Consultants, Inc
Colas Rail
Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane S.p.A.
Hitachi Rail STS S.p.A.
Acciona Construccion, S.A.

Additional information regarding HSR 19-13 can be found at

RFQ HSR19-13
Track and Systems


Bombardier-Salcef-Weitz Consortium Mr. Mina Wassef
(571) 305-3518
Mr. Nitant Sethi
(412) 526 – 5475
California High-Speed Rail Constructors
Robert Bohnet
(303) 717-0101
Ms. Sarah McKay
(949) 349-5492
Hitachi Acciona Copasa California Rail Partners
Mr. Arun Chairmandurai
(412) 688-2770
Ms. Christine Shaffer
(412) 688-2437

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