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National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (DBOM) - Round 2

Project Information


Statewide deployment of National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) compliant charging infrastructure along Michigan’s Alternative Fuel Corridors (AFC). The scope of work includes the design, construction, operations, and maintenance of electric vehicle (EV) charging sites deployed as part of this project. A typical NEVI site includes a minimum of four network-connected direct current (DC) 150 kilowatt (kW) charging ports capable of simultaneously and continuously charging four EVs, located within one mile driving distance of a Michigan AFC, and available for use by the public. Operations and maintenance (O&M) of the EV charging infrastructure must be provided for at least five years following the date when the EV charging station is commissioned. 

Round 2 is requesting NEVI Compliant charging infrastructure within 35 gaps as shown on map.

National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula Program


Job Number


Delivery Method

Design-Build-Operate-Maintain (DBOM)


Steve Minton | 586-524-0167
Innovative Contracting Project Manager

NEVI Round 2 Planning Map
A screenshot of Michigan's NEVI GIS map showing the Gap locations.

Estimated Cost

Construction Cost: $27,000,000

Anticipated Schedule

Industry Forum: June 2024

Issue Request for Proposals (RFP): July 2024

Proposals Due: 60 days after RFP

Anticipated Selection: December 2024

Anticipated Award: March 2025

* Anticipated Prequalification:

Non-prequalified services

* Anticipated Primary Professional Services:


* Anticipated Secondary Professional Service Prequalification:

Non-prequalified services