The Florida Department of Transportation has scheduled an industry forum for the I-4 Ultimate Project. The forum will be held on March 4, 2013 to introduce this $2 billion+ Orlando-area project. The project will add two managed lanes in each direction from west of Kirkman Road in Orange County to the east of SR 434 in Seminole County, a distance of 21.1 miles. As currently contemplated by FDOT, the project includes reconstruction of 15 interchanges, 56 new bridges and 68 bridge replacements and will be procured as a public-private partnership.
The forum is intended for all those interested in participating in the development, design, construction, financing, operations and maintenance of the project. The forum will include a series of presentations on the project scope, procurement timeline, procurement process, traffic and revenue, and financing information for the project. One-on-one meetings for interested proposer teams are scheduled for March 5th and 6th. The forum and the one-on-one meetings will be held at the Rosen Centre Hotel, 9840 International Drive, Orlando, Florida. FDOT has established a website for the project at: www.moving-4-ward.com for those seeking more information or to request a one-on-one meeting after the forum.
Patrick Harder, chair of Nossaman's Infrastructure Group, is widely known for leadership in the field of public-private partnerships (P3s) and other innovative project delivery methods such as design-build and construction ...
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