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DBOM Partially Public Finance
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Total Projects: 637
Total Search Results: 131
% of Total Projects: 21%
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Year in Operation: 2023
Sector: Transportation
Subsector: Airport, Transit, Transportation Terminal
Status: Design / Construction
Type: New Facility
Description: The LAX Automated People Mover (APM) is an electric train system on a 2.25 miles elevated guideway inside and outside the iconic terminal loop at LAX International Airport. The project includes six stations - three inside and three outside this loop. The outside stations will connect the system to a future rental car facility and to regional transportation systems. The project also includes construction of a vehicle maintenance facility. Up to 9 trains with 6 cars each will simultaneously operate on the network.
Project Delivery Method:
Design Build Operate Maintain (Partially Public Finance). 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: Transportation
Subsector: Bridge
Status: In Operation
Type: Substantial Alteration of Existing Facility
Description: 28-year design-build-operate-maintain contract awarded by Pennsylvania DOT to consortium of Plenary Walsh Keystone Partners to replace 558 aging bridges throughout the state. From a list of > 2000 structurally deficient bridges in the state, PennDOT identified 558 bridges in two regions of the state, securing right-of-way and permitting approvals for those bridges to accelerate the project, once awarded. All of the bridges are relatively small, many only single-span, two-lane structures of similar characteristics. Multiple factors were considered in selecting the bridges to be included in this program, including age, length, number of lanes, and average daily traffic, as well as impact on utilities, railroads, and a wide range of potential environmental impacts.
Project Delivery Method:
Design Build Operate Maintain (Partially Public Finance). 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: 2020
Sector: Transportation
Subsector: Port, Canal
Status: Design / Construction
Type: Substantial Alteration of Existing Facility
Description: After a lifetime of almost 100 years, the Northern lock in IJmuiden needs replacement. Rijkswaterstaat (the Dutch Highways and Waterways Agency) has awarded the construction of the new IJmuiden sea lock, which is located at the entrance to the North Sea Canal, officially to the Consortium OpenIJ. This consortium, consisting of BAM-PGGM and Volker Wessels-DIF will be responsible for design, construction, financing and maintenance of the new lock for a period of 26 years.
Project Delivery Method:
Design Build Operate Maintain (Partially Public Finance). 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: Transportation
Subsector: Roads, Bridge
Status: Design / Construction
Type: Substantial Alteration of Existing Facility
Description: $2.3 Bill, 21-mile substantial rebuild and refurbishment of I-4 from Kirkman Road in Orange County to east of State Road 434 in Seminole County. Along the route, 13 bridges will be widened, 74 replaced, and 53 added, for a total of 140 permanent bridges. 15 major interchanges will be completed reconstructed. New Express Lanes with dynamic toll pricing will be added to the center portion of I-4 (two in each direction) and general use and auxiliary lanes will be rebuilt. Posted speeds will increase from 50 to 55 mph.
Project Delivery Method:
Design Build Operate Maintain (Partially Public Finance). 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.
Sector: Transportation
Subsector: Roads, Bridge, Transit
Status: Project Definition / Programming
Type: New Facility
Description: In September, 2017, weeks before selection of the winner of a DBOM concession competition, the procurement for this project was cancelled. The project was for the replacement of the George Massey Tunnel, originally constructed in 1959. The tunnel is a major part of the Highway 99 Corridor leading from the US Border north of Seattle to Vancouver, approaching the City and its airports from the South. The tunnel also connects to Peace Arch, BC Ferries, the DeltaPort and Boundary Bay Airport. Key elements of the project were to (i) replace the GMTunnel with a 10 lane bridge (4 lanes in each direction for regular traffic, and 2 lanes for dedicated transit and HOV traffic); (ii) replace the Westminster, Steveston and Hwy 17A interchanges; and (3) decommission the tunnel once the new bridge opened. The project cost was estimated at $3.5B Cdn.
Project Delivery Method:
Design Build Operate Maintain (Partially Public Finance). 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:
Sector: Transportation
Subsector: Airport, Transportation Terminal
Status: Design / Construction
Type: Substantial Alteration of Existing Facility
Description: Renovation of the Jeppesen (main) Terminal at Denver International Airport, including 34-year concession (which includes 4 year construction period for terminal renovations) to operate and maintain the airport facilities. The Great Hall project includes an extensive upgrade to the main terminal 700,000 sq ft of floor space, and will creat new shopping and foodservice areas, relocate and expand the TSA screening areas, improve building access and pasenger flow, develop new check-in areas, and optimize space and efficiency in the main terminal..
Project Delivery Method:
Design Build Operate Maintain (Partially Public Finance). 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: Airport, Transportation Terminal
Status: Design / Construction
Type: New Facility
Description: The LaGuardia Central Terminal project is the portion of the airport replacement project that will replace Terminal B. The new Terminal B will be moved approximately 600 feet closer to Grand Central Parkway, making room for an extensive addition to the taxiways available at the airport. Terminal B will be completely reconstructed, between June 2016 and 2022, while the existing Terminal B continues to operate. The 34 year concession began to run in June, 2016, when the DBFOM concessionaire - LaGuardia Gateway Partners - took over operations at Terminal B. The new Terminal B will include 35-gates, a Great Hall, a new West Garage, related roadways and supporting infrastructure.
Project Delivery Method:
Design Build Operate Maintain (Partially Public Finance). 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: Rail
Status: In Operation
Type: New Facility
Description: This high speed rail line between the Gare de Tours and the Gare de Bordeaux St-Jean is 302 km long, with 38 km of connecting line to the conventional rail network. The line passes through 117 communities, includes about 400 civil engineering structures, 19 viaducts, and 7 cut-and-cover tunnels. It will reduce the rail journey time between Paris and Bordeaux to 2 hours and 5 minutes. Vinci is the concessionaire for the project, which runs for 50 years. When signed in 2011, the concession was the biggest PPP contract ever signed in France's rail sector. HSR service opened on the line on July 2, 2017, after a six year design and construction effort.
Project Delivery Method:
Design Build Operate Maintain (Partially Public Finance). 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:
Design Build Operate Maintain (Partially Public Finance). 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: Transportation
Subsector: Roads, Bridge, Transportation Terminal
Status: Design / Construction
Type: Substantial Alteration of Existing Facility
Description: Reconstruction of 21 miles of Interstate 4 from the Kirkman Road, Orange County (in the Attractions area SW of Orlando) through Downtown, through Ivanhoe, and Altamonte to east of State Road 434 in Seminole County northeast of Orlando In 2017, this is the largest infrastructure project in Florida history, and will rebuild I-4, add two new dynamically tolled Express lanes in each direction, replace more than 140 bridges, reconfigure 15 major interchanges, reconstruction the entire existing roadway and increase the posted speed to 55 mph. Connections for commuters to access the Longwood SunRail station near SR 434.
Project Delivery Method:
Design Build Operate Maintain (Partially Public Finance). 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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