Posts tagged South Mountain Freeway Project.
Posted in P3s

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.
Posted in P3s

In the modern U.S. history of public-private partnerships, the prevailing project delivery models have been the toll concession and the availability payment contract.  In both cases, the private party raises equity and debt financing and takes responsibility and risk for completing design, constructing and providing long-term operations and maintenance.  The major difference between the two is that in the toll concession the private party takes the revenue risk and secures its debt with project toll revenues, while the public owner takes the project revenue risk under an ...

Posted in P3s

The Arizona Department of Transportation received on December 10 statements of qualifications from five teams vying for a design-build-maintain contract for the $1.9 billion Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway Project.  The submitting teams are:

1.  Connect 202 Partners

  • Fluor Entreprises Inc.
  • Granite Construction Co.
  • Ames Construction Inc.
  • Parsons Brinckerhoff Inc.
  • DBi Services LLC

2.  South Mountain Mobility Group

  • Dragados USA, Inc.
  • Flatiron Constructors, Inc.
  • Pulice Construction Inc.
  • AECOM Infrastructure Inc.
  • AECOM Technical Services
  • ACS Infrastructure Development, Inc.
Posted in Design-Build, P3s

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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