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Procurement Category
Services (not listed)
Estimated Value
Competition Type
Full and Open
RFP Quarter
4th QTR
RFP Fiscal Year
541 380
Sequence Number

This project will use AASHTO 2016 Manual for Assessing Safety Hardware (MASH) to crash test and document a Steel-Backed Timber roadway barrier, transition, and terminal, and a Tubular Steel-Backed Timber bridge rail and transition common to the off-NHS system. This MASH testing will provide additional crashworthy alternative systems for local, federal, and tribal agencies and decrease occupant risk if they impact a device that meets current crash test standards.  To successfully test these 5 elements a total of 15 crash tests are required.

All laboratories that perform crash testing for acceptance of roadside safety hardware must be accredited under ISO/IEC 17025:2005 General Requirements for the Competence of Testing and Calibration Laboratories.  Market research has identified eleven sources that potentially qualify.

Contact Name
Roger Surdahl
(720) 963-3768
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