The California Department of Transportation started off the New Year with a significant step in its public-private partnership program. After an Alameda County Superior Court judge dissolved a temporary restraining order and denied a preliminary injunction sought by Professional Engineers in California Government, the California Department of Transportation, in cooperation with the San Francisco County Transportation Authority, awarded the contract for the Presidio Parkway Project to Golden Link Concessionaire, LLC, a consortium led by Hochtief PPP Solutions North America and Meridiam Infrastructure North America. Golden Link Concessionaire, LLC proposed a maximum availability payment of $28,549,189 for the 30-year contract to design, build, finance, operate, and maintain the Presidio Parkway Project.
The Presidio Parkway Project in San Francisco is the first project to reach award under California's new public-private partnership statute, Streets and Highways Code section 143. For more about the Presidio Parkway Project and Section 143, see Preferred Proposer Selected for Presidio Parkway Project, Final RFP for the Presidio Parkway Project Released, Presidio Parkway Reaches Two Important Milestones, and Presidio Parkway Project RFQ Issued.
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