On May 15, 2015, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and Lane-Abrams Joint Venture (DB Contractor) entered into a design-build contract (DBA) and associated comprehensive maintenance agreement (COMA) for the approximately $300 million SH 360 Project (the Project).
Pursuant to the DBA, DB Contractor will design and construct and potentially maintain approximately 9.7 miles of improvements to SH 360 consisting of two toll lanes in each direction from approximately Green Oaks Blvd/Kingswood Blvd to US 287, in addition to frontage road and intersection improvements. ...
The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) announced today it has shortlisted three developer teams vying for the $1.9 billion design-build-maintain contract for the Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway Project. The three multidiscipline teams, in alphabetical order, are:
- Connect 202 Partners
- Fluor Enterprises Inc.
- Granite Construction Co.
- Ames Construction Inc.
- Parsons Brinckerhoff Inc.
- DBi Services LLC
- AZTEC Engineering Group, Inc.
- Stanley Consultants
- Kleinfelder Group, Inc.
- AMEC Environmental & Infrasstructure, Inc.
- The Transtec Group
- Gunn Communications, Inc.
As part of its continuing effort to help inform and contribute to the design-build and P3 industry in the U.S., Nossaman is launching an on-going series of blog posts on Emerging Trends in Project Delivery.
Our blog posts for the industry generally are geared toward keeping our readers up to date on current developments regarding projects, programs, laws and regulations. The Emerging Trends series will add another dimension – a look just over the horizon at what we and our guest bloggers predict may be coming, informed by prior patterns, opinions and results. If by doing this we can ...
The Arizona Department of Transportation announced today its decision to deliver the $1.9 billion South Mountain Freeway Project under a single design-build-maintain public-private partnership. While there will be a long-term maintenance component, ADOT, in collaboration with the Maricopa Association of Governments and the Arizona Division of the Federal Highway Administration, has decided to use available public funds together with public financing to pay for the project.
ADOT received an unsolicited proposal for the project more than a year ago. Under its P3 ...
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