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A nationally recognized leader in the field of public-private partnerships (P3s), Corey Boock offers clients more than 25 years’ experience in structuring, procuring, financing and negotiating cutting-edge deals in the ...
The first freeway lighting system public-private-partnership (P3) in the U.S. closed on August 24, 2015, with the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) and Freeway Lighting Partners, LLC, (FLP) reaching simultaneous commercial and financial close. The FLP team consists of Star America Infrastructure and Aldridge Electric, Inc. as equity owners with Aldridge Electric, Inc. also acting as the design-build contractor, Parsons Brinkerhoff, Inc. as the designer, and Cofely Services, Inc. acting as operations and maintenance provider. The innovative street lighting ...
North Carolina, acting through the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT), reached a major milestone on May 20, 2015 when financial close was achieved on the I-77 Express Lanes Project – the first highway public-private partnership in the state. The project, with a design and construction cost estimated at approximately $591 million, will add 26 miles of tolled, express lanes along the existing I-77 corridor in the Charlotte region. The financing package includes $100 million of private activity bonds and a $189 million TIFIA loan from the U.S. Department of ...
On May 8th, 2013, the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) approved a $632 million dollar design-build contract for the SR-91 Corridor Improvement Project. The design-builder is a joint venture between Atkinson Contractors, LP and Walsh Construction Company. URS is the team’s lead designer.
RCTC had previously pre-qualified 4 teams for the project and issued the RFP on July 26, 2012: The 4 pre-qualified teams were: Atkinson/Walsh, a joint venture; Flatiron/Skanska/Rados, a joint venture; Shimmick/Obayashi/FNF, a joint venture; and Kiewit Infrastructure ...
On November 29, 2012, financial closing was achieved on a 30 year concession relating to the water and wastewater facilities of the City of Rialto, California. The agreement, which had been executed in March 2012, is among Rialto Water Services, LLC, the single purpose vehicle set up by Table Rock Capital as the project sponsor, the City of Rialto and the Rialto Utility Authority.
The approximately $175 million transaction is being bond financed through a private placement and an approximately $26 million equity contribution. The concession agreement provides for approximately ...
On March 30, 2012, the Arizona Department of Transportation issued a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) soliciting statements of qualifications from prospective private and/or public entities for development and implementation of a public-private partnership (P3) for ADOT facilities on a new site to replace the current ADOT and MVD facilities located in Flagstaff, Arizona. The RFQ represents the first P3 solicitation issued by ADOT through its Office of P3 Initiatives.
The objective of the project is to relocate ADOT from its current location on Milton Road to new facilities in ...
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