Yesterday, the Knik Arm Bridge and Toll Authority (KABATA) announced its decision to shortlist three of six teams that submitted statements of qualifications for the Knik Arm Crossing project. KABATA is procuring an availability payment public-private partnership for the $750 million project. Nossaman acts as KABATA's legal advisor for the procurement.
Michael Foster, KABATA's Board Chairman, said, "The process becomes very competitive from here on out. We expect to see some top notch proposals."
The shortlisted teams are:
Alaska Infrastructure Access Partners
Infrared Capital Partners Limited
Colaska Inc. dba QAP
Weeks Marine, Inc.
URS Alaska, LLC
Moffatt & Nichol, Inc.
R&M Consultants, Inc.
Macquarie Capital (USA) Inc.
Cook Inlet Passage Partners
Meridiam USA III, LLC
Meridiam Infrastructure North America Corporation
Meridiam Infrastructure North America Fund II AIV, LP
Meridiam Infrastructure North America Fund II, LP
Meridiam Infrastructure North America Fund II (Domestic), LP
Kiewit Development Company
Kiewit Infrastructure West Co.
Manson Construction Co.
VMS Inc. dba Transfield Services North America, Transportation Infrastructure
Parsons Transportation Group Inc.
Golder Associates Inc.
Dan Brown and Associates, PLLC
BMT Fleet Technologies
KPMG Corporate Finance LLC
North Star Mobility Group
HOCHTIEF PPP Solutions North America, Inc.
ACS Infrastructure Development, Inc.
ACS Servicios y Concessiones, S.L.
Iridium Concesiones de Infraestructuras, S.A.
Flatiron Constructors, Inc.
Dragados USA, Inc.
Dragados SA Traylor Bros., Inc.
CH2M Hill Engineers, Inc.
Alaska Interstate Construction LLC
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