On June 1, the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) announced the shortlist of qualified proposers for the West by Northwest Project. The three shortlisted teams are eligible to receive the Request for Proposals for the project, which is expected to be issued in the fall. The selected teams are as follows:
The West by Northwest Development Partners
- Equity: VINCI Concessions and OHL Concesiones.
- Lead Contractors: Archer Western Contractors, OHL USA and the Hubbard Construction Company.
- Lead Engineering Firm: Parsons Transportation Group.
- Lead Operations and Maintenance Firm: VINCI Concessions and OHL Concesiones.
The Georgia Mobility Partners
- Equity: Cintra Infraestructuras, MINA USA (subsidiary of Meridiam Infrastructure) and Grupo Soares da Costa.
- Lead Contractors: Ferrovial Agroman and Prince Contracting.
- Lead Engineering Firm: AECOM Technical Services.
- Lead Operations and Maintenance Firm: Cintra Infraestructuras, MINA USA and Grupo Soares da Costa.
The Northwest Atlanta Development Group
- Equity: ACS Infrastructure Development.
- Lead Contractors: Dragados USA and C.W. Matthews Contracting Co.
- Lead Engineering Firm: PBS&J.
- Lead Operations and Maintenance Firm: ACS Infrastructure Development.
In addition to being GDOT’s first project under its new P3 program, the West by Northwest Project is viewed as a vehicle to reinvigorate the metro Atlanta and statewide economy. Further information is available on the GDOT website.
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