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Delivery Method

DBB/CMAR
# of Projects: 236
40% of the Results

O & M
# of Projects: 13
2% of the Results

DB
# of Projects: 123
21% of the Results

DBOM All Public Finance
# of Projects: 34
6% of the Results

DBOM Partially Public Finance
# of Projects: 123
21% of the Results

DBFOM All Private Finance
# of Projects: 67
11% of the Results

DBB/CMAR

236
(40%)

O & M

13
(2%)

DB

123
(21%)

DBOM All Public Finance

34
(6%)

DBOM Partially Public Finance

123
(21%)

DBFOM All Private Finance

67
(11%)
Total Projects: 596
Total Search Results: 596
% of Total Projects: 100%
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Project Name: Chenab River Rail Bridge
Year in Operation: 2019
Sector: Transportation
Subsector: Rail, Bridge
Status: Design / Construction
Type: New Facility
Description: One of the key components of a new railway line across the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir between the towns of Udhampur near Jammu and Baramulla on the northwestern edge of the Kashmir Valley. The Chenab Bridge is designed as a large span single arch steel bridge with approach viaducts on either side. The bridge is 1178 feet high (the tallest RR bridge in the world), 4314 feet long, with a long span of 1532 feet. The line includes numerous tunnels and bridges in rugged mountain terrain, and difficult geology.
Project Delivery Method:
All Public Finance. Public Sponsor contracts for both initial design and construction with a single entity. Public Owner operates and maintains the resulting facility.
Year in Operation: 2017
Sector: Transportation
Subsector: Roads
Status: In Operation
Type: Substantial Alteration of Existing Facility
Description: Construction of a 4-lane (2+2) toll way in the median of State Highway 288 is scheduled to begin June 2017. The five mile stretch extends from the Brazoria/Harris County line to just south of County Road 58 in Brazoria County.
Project Delivery Method:
All Public Finance. Public Sponsor contracts for initial design, and separately contracts for initial construction. Public Owner operates and maintains the resulting facility.
Project Name: New Tappan Zee Bridge
Year in Operation: 2019
Sector: Transportation
Subsector: Roads, Bridge
Status: Design / Construction
Type: New Facility
Description: The new Tappan Zee Bridge (also known as the New NY Bridge) is a new, twin cable-stayed bridge being built to replace the current Governor Malcolm Wilson Tappan Zee Bridge over New York's Hudson River. Construction began in 2013, with partial opening expected in 2017 and full opening targeted for 2018. The new bridge is now under construction a few yards to the north of the existing bridge, and will connect to the existing highway approaches of the New York State Thruway (I-87/I-287) on both river banks. The new Tappan Zee Bridge will be administered by the New York State Thruway Authority. The authority is project co-sponsor, along with the state Department of Transportation. When completed, the new Tappan Zee Bridge will be one of the widest cable stay bridges on the planet, with a combined deck width across both decks of almost 56 metres (184 ft) — barely one foot (30 cm) wider than the relatively "short-span", cable-stayed Leonard Zakim Bridge in downtown Boston, Massachusetts, which is 183 feet wide. The new bridge has a design life of at least 100 years.
Project Delivery Method:
All Public Finance. Public Sponsor contracts for both initial design and construction with a single entity. Public Owner operates and maintains the resulting facility.
Year in Operation: 2020
Sector: Buildings
Subsector: Sports Venue
Status: Design / Construction
Type: New Facility
Description: The Los Angeles Stadium and Entertainment District at Hollywood Park will transform the site of the former Hollywood Park Racetrack to a year-round sports and entertainment destination in the center of the Los Angeles basin. The project covers 298 acres located close to I-405, I-105, and LAX. The centerpiece is a 70,000-seat stadium that will be the home of NFL games for both the Los Angeles Chargers and Los Angeles Rams, as well as concerts and entertainment year-round. The District Plan includes: 1. 70,000 seat open air stadium, expandable up to 100,000 seats 2. 6,000-seat performing arts venue 3. 780,000 square feet of office space 4. 890,000 square feet of retail space 300 hotel rooms 5. 2,500 residences 6. Approx. 25 acres of public parks, open space, pedestrian walkways and bicycle paths 7. Family and fine dining 8. State-of-the-art event, conference and meeting space
Project Delivery Method:
Public Sponsor contracts for initial design, construction, and for long term operations and maintenance with a single entity. At the end of the term, Public Sponsor regains control of the facility.
Year in Operation: 2022
Sector: Transportation
Subsector: Roads, Bridge
Status: Design / Construction
Type: Substantial Alteration of Existing Facility
Description: The project begins on SR 836 at NW 17 Avenue and continues through the Midtown Interchange (I-95/State Road 836/I-395) along I-395 to the MacArthur Causeway Bridge for approximately 3 miles in the east-west direction. I-395 is an Interstate Principal Arterial and a major east-west connector for the beaches and port; SR 836 is a Principal Urban Arterial that is also a major east-west connection to the Midtown Interchange. The project limits also include I-95 from NW 8 Street to NW 29 Street. SR 9A/I-95 is an Urban Interstate Principal Arterial and major north-south connector to downtown Miami. There are both dense urban and residential areas within the project limits. The project will address roadway safety, corridor capacity, a variety of design issues, aesthetics, and provide a Signature Bridge design over Biscayne Boulevard.
Project Delivery Method:
Public Sponsor contracts for initial design, construction, and for long term operations and maintenance with a single entity. At the end of the term, Public Sponsor regains control of the facility.
Year in Operation: 2018
Sector: Buildings
Subsector: Convention Center
Status: Design / Construction
Type: New Facility
Description: New $91 million convention center hotel, bringing 300 four-star hotel rooms, 90,000 square feet of convention meeting space, a 40,000 sq. ft main convention room, and 1000 parking spaces to this North Texas city.
Project Delivery Method:
Public Sponsor contracts for initial design, construction, and for long term operations and maintenance with a single entity. At the end of the term, Public Sponsor regains control of the facility.
Year in Operation: 2017
Sector: Transportation
Subsector: Roads, Bridge
Status: In Operation
Type: Repositioning of Existing Facility
Description: After a March 30 fire in a GA DOT temporary storage facility beneath a portion of Interstate 85 in the Buckhead section of Atlanta, this major artery was severed by a bridge collapse that day. By April 2, GA DOT engineers had provided plans for redesigned beams to fabricators to get this emergency repair of 700 feet of elevated interstate roadway underway (350 feet long and four lanes wide in both the northbound and southbound directions). The original bridges were built in 1984, and were of a different design then prevalent. The project was completed in 45 days.
Project Delivery Method:
All Public Finance. Public Sponsor contracts for initial design, and separately contracts for initial construction. Public Owner operates and maintains the resulting facility.
Year in Operation: 2018
Sector: Transportation
Subsector: Roads
Status: Design / Construction
Type: Substantial Alteration of Existing Facility
Description: The State Street Redevelopment Project will modify traffic patterns on State Street through the Purdue University campus, and downplay the corridor’s historical use as a highway through‐route. The project will establish the corridor as a destination for residents, students and visitors, promoting multimodal travel, bike paths and pedestrian walkways, while improving safety for pedestrians, cyclists and drivers. The project is a DBFOM project being performed by Plenary Group American affiliate (headquartered in Australia), and claims to be the first US Availability Payment P3 Project to reach financial close where the winning partner's bid included a privately place bond with fixed credit speads. The project is billed as a Build-Operate-Transfer arrangement, with an established budget, developer guaranteed price and schedule for design and construction, with no availability payments coming from the public sponsor until the project is completed. The Developer is responsible for O&M during the term, including a 28-year pavement performance guarantee. In addition to substantial modification to State Street, the project includes Perimeter Parkways at Airport Road, McCormick Rd., W. Stadium Ave., Willisams St., and North and South River Roads.
Project Delivery Method:
Public Sponsor contracts for initial design, construction, and for long term operations and maintenance with a single entity. At the end of the term, Public Sponsor regains control of the facility.
Year in Operation: 2025
Sector: Buildings
Subsector: School
Status: Project Definition / Programming
Type: New Facility
Description: The University is seeking to deliver a dynamic Campus Village (Village Project) which includes new housing communities along with dining, recreation, parking, academic and student support spaces. The Village is anticipated to include approximately 3,000 - 4,000 student beds in multiple 3-6 story residential buildings constructed of noncombustible materials. Parking to support this development will be a mix of surface and structured multi-story garages and may be adjacent to or beneath the housing units. The parcels designated for this portion of the Village are currently occupied by the Bates House, Bates West, Carolina Gardens, and Cliff Apartments residence halls, which are owned by the University. The scope of the project has been revised in 2016 and 2017 after conversations with the community, which resulted in smaller parking facilities and different phasing plans.
Project Delivery Method:
Public Sponsor contracts for initial design, construction, and for long term operations and maintenance with a single entity. At the end of the term, Public Sponsor regains control of the facility.
Year in Operation: 2021
Sector: Buildings
Subsector: Sports Venue
Status: Design / Construction
Type: New Facility
Description: In May, 2016, the Rangers announced that they intend to move from Globe Life Park to a new ballpark for the 2020 season. The new air conditioned stadium will feature a retractable roof. The new stadium will be built south of Globe Life Park, on the site of a current surface parking lot between Randol Mill Road and Cowboys Way (the road to the nearby Dallas Cowboys stadium). Space between the new stadium and Globe Life park will be an entertainment complex expected to be called Texas Live!, which is expected to include sports bars, restaurants and a hotel to be developed in three phases. The agreement between the City of Arlington and Rangers Baseball LLC is set forth in a 51 page agreement dated May 24, 2016.
Project Delivery Method:
Public Sponsor contracts for initial design, construction, and for long term operations and maintenance with a single entity. At the end of the term, Public Sponsor regains control of the facility.

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