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DBFOM All Private Finance
# of Projects: 71
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DBFOM All Private Finance

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Total Projects: 637
Total Search Results: 71
% of Total Projects: 11%
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Year in Operation: 1910
Sector: Transportation
Subsector: Rail, Transportation Terminal
Status: In Operation
Type: New Facility
Description: The original Pennsylvania Station New York, between W31st and W34th Street and 7th and 8th Avenues. Key hub of a program of railroad improvements by the Pennsylvania Railroad designed and built between 1904 and 1910. The program connected the Railroad's Harrison (NJ) yards across the Hackensack River (via the Portal Bridge) across the Meadowlands through Bergen Hill (NJ) by tunnel, under the Hudson River through two North Tunnel tubes and into Penn Station. From the East, the program connected the Western terminus of the Long Island Railroad near Hunter's Point Queens under the East River through four new single track tunnels and into Penn Station.
Project Delivery Method:
Design Build Finance Operate Maintain (All Private 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: 1654
Sector: Transportation
Subsector: Roads, Bridge
Status: In Operation
Type: New Facility
Description: The first toll bridge in what became the United States, authorized by the General Court of Massachusetts, which licensed Richard Thurley to build and maintain a toll bridge at his own expense over the Newbury (now the Parker) River at Rowley, MA.
Project Delivery Method:
Design Build Finance Operate Maintain (All Private 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: Roads, Bridge, Tunnel
Status: Design / Construction
Type: Repositioning of Existing Facility
Description: First auction of a group of nine stretches of roadway (total length of 648 km) owned by the National Highway Authority Highway of India. There are nine roadways in the first group - five in Andhra Pradesh, one connecting Andhra Pradesh and odisha, and three in Gujarat. This is a "Monetization" program. The winner - Macquarie Asia Investment Fund (MAIF of Singapore) has Ashoka Buildcon as its maintenance partner. The first auction is part of a government plan to monetize publicly funded, operational national highways through the ToT model. Macquare is paying $1.48B (US) for the right to collect a user-fee (toll) on these sections of road for a period of 30 years. Macquarie and its maintenance contractor is responsible for maintenance, and capacity expansion over the 30 year operations period. India has authorized the NHAI to monetize 75 public-funded national highways with a road lenght of around 4,500 km.
Project Delivery Method:
Design Build Finance Operate Maintain (All Private 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: 2019
Sector: Buildings
Subsector: Sports Venue
Status: Design / Construction
Type: New Facility
Description: Multi-purpose arena that will be home to the NBA Golden State Warriors in the Mission Bay section of San Francisco. The team will move from Oracle Arena in Oakland, where they have played since 1971. The 18,000 person arena is part of a larger redevelopment that will include nearly 600,000 sq ft of office and lab space, as well as approximately 100,000 sq ft of retail space. The complex will be connected by a new subway line to UC SF and downtown. The project includes a 5.5 acre waterfront park and 11 acres of public plazas, dining, and office space.
Project Delivery Method:
Design Build Finance Operate Maintain (All Private 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: 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:
Design Build Finance Operate Maintain (All Private 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: 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:
Design Build Finance Operate Maintain (All Private 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: Roads, Bridge, Transit
Status: Project Definition / Programming
Type: Substantial Alteration of Existing Facility
Description: A 50-year concession to build express toll lanes and other improvements along a 22.5 mile section of Interstate 66 outside the Capital Beltway in Northern Virginia between US Route 29 near Gainesville and Interstate 495 in Fairfax County, aimed at relieving the worst traffic congestion in VA. VA selected Express Mobility Partners to finance, design, maintain, and operate the toll expressway under a 50 year concession. As of May, 2017, the parties have not reached a financial closing. In October, federal approval of a $1.2B low interest loan was announced, which should permit financial close before 2018.
Project Delivery Method:
Design Build Finance Operate Maintain (All Private 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.
Project Name: Rutas del Loa
Year in Operation:
Sector: Transportation
Subsector: Roads
Status: Project Definition / Programming
Type: Repositioning of Existing Facility
Description: The works consist in the construction of second carriageways, the replacement and restoration of pavement and crossings and connections though under and over passes. The project's importance lies, on the one hand, with improving the city of Calama's urban infrastructure and providing the city with more expedite and safer access roads for users. On the other hand, it will facilitate the transportation of copper from the mines of this part of the country, such as Chuquicamanta, the largest open pit mine in the world. With a total length of 136.5 km, the concession consists of Route 25 and the new ring road of Calama, allowing traffic connection from this mining area of the country to Route 5, which crosses the Andean country from north to south. Route 25 will become a double lane road and will be continued on the new Eastern link of this important mining city, which involves a 25.5 km long additional single carriageway road. The project includes service roads, a link road to Sierra Gorda, several intersections, flyovers, a toll station, an emergency service area, pedestrian ways, as well as drainage, signalling and road safety works. The revenue to finance the project will come from the tolls and state subsidies. The concession, for a maximum period of 35 years, is located in the Antofagasta Region, the second region in Chile and the most dynamic area in the country and it is expected to begin in year 2017.
Project Delivery Method:
Design Build Finance Operate Maintain (All Private 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.
Project Name: Northwest Parkway
Year in Operation: 2003
Sector: Transportation
Subsector: Transit, Roads
Status: In Operation
Type: Substantial Alteration of Existing Facility
Description: Acquired in 2007 by the concessionary, the Northwest Parkway is a 85mile, 75-mile per hour toll road that connects E-470 in the east, at I-25, which is north of 144th Ave, with U.S. 36 and State Highway 128 in Broomfield.
Project Delivery Method:
Design Build Finance Operate Maintain (All Private 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: Roads
Status: Project Definition / Programming
Type: Substantial Alteration of Existing Facility
Description: The second phase of the US 36 project is currently in a procurement for a public-private partnership under a Concession Agreement delivery - they have specified DBFOM. This segment is 8 miles, from 88th Street in Louisville to Table Mesa/Foothills in Boulder, and will mirror the features of Phase 1. Proposals from the proposing teams are due in March, 2013 and a preferred proposer will be selected in April, 2013. The Concessionaire will finance, design and construct Phase 2, and then operate and maintain Phase 1, Phase 2 and the existing I-25 Express Lanes in central Denver under a 50-year agreement.
Project Delivery Method:
Design Build Finance Operate Maintain (All Private 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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