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U.S. poised to be the world’s largest P3 market, report says

U.S. poised to be the world’s largest P3 market, report says

Given the sheer size of its infrastructure and its growing urban population, the U.S. has the potential of becoming the world’s largest market for public-private partnerships, said Moody’s Investors Service in a recent report. Thirty-three states now permit P3s for transportation projects, and many of those states adopted those laws within the last five years, said Governing magazine in an article on the report.

Making our case for a $1.2 billion P3 building project

Making our case for a $1.2 billion P3 building project

Public-private partnerships aren’t just being used for transportation projects. On July 28, a Skanska team submitted our qualifications for the University of California, Merced’s 2020 project, which aims to double the campus’ size by 2020 through some 1.9 million square feet of construction spread among academic, housing, research and other building types. This is the largest social infrastructure P3 project in the U.S., with a client-estimated value of about $1.2 billion.

Shortlisted on our first Canadian bridge project

Shortlisted on our first Canadian bridge project

A Skanska consortium is one of three teams shortlisted out of six to replace one of Canada’s busiest bridges, Montreal’s Champlain Bridge. Valued by the Canadian government at between $2.8- and $4.7 billion, a successful pursuit of this public-private partnership project could open the way for us to secure more work and establish a presence in this new market.

Keeping our fingers crossed on this LaGuardia Airport P3 project

Keeping our fingers crossed on this LaGuardia Airport P3 project

The Skanska team – and the two others shortlisted – continue to wait for news of which group will be selected for LaGuardia Airport’s $2 billion-plus Central Terminal Building Replacement Project, as described in this ENR article. A decision by the client, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, may come as late as September. Our One Skanska approach for this public-private partnership effort includes Infrastructure Development North America, USA Building and USA Civil, as well as top industry partners.

Skanska team selected for $2.3 billion Florida P3 highway project

Skanska team selected for $2.3 billion Florida P3 highway project

For Florida’s biggest-ever transportation project – the $2.3 billion task of rebuilding and expanding a congested stretch of Interstate 4 through Orlando – the Florida Department of Transportation has chosen a Skanska consortium, I-4 Mobility Partners. This public-private partnership assignment includes design, build, finance, operate and maintain responsibilities. Contract negotiations are underway, with construction expected to start in early 2015 and conclude in 2021, with an O&M contract term of 40 years. A link to a project animation can be found by clicking below.

Another major PPP submission in Virginia

Another major PPP submission in Virginia

In what could become our third public-private partnership (PPP/P3) project in Virginia, earlier this month the Skanska team’s unsolicited proposal to add an additional tunnel to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel was accepted by the owner, automatically shortlisting us for this $1.4 billion project.

One Skanska effort leads to shortlist on $2.2 billion Maryland transit project

One Skanska effort leads to shortlist on $2.2 billion Maryland transit project

On January 8, Skanska’s Purple Plus Alliance was one of four teams shortlisted for the Purple Line, a $2.2 billion light-rail line to be delivered via public-private partnership in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C.

Skanska team submits qualifications for $2.2 billion Maryland transit project

Skanska team submits qualifications for $2.2 billion Maryland transit project

On December 10, Skanska’s Purple Plus Alliance team – including Infrastructure Development North America and USA Civil – submitted its qualifications statement for the Purple Line, a $2.2 billion light-rail line to be delivered via public-private partnership in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C.

In the news for subcontractor outreach for $2.1 billion Florida PPP pursuit

In the news for subcontractor outreach for $2.1 billion Florida PPP pursuit

As part of our pursuit of the $2.1 billion PPP project to reconstruct Interstate 4 in Central Florida, our team – including USA Civil and Infrastructure Development – recently hosted a subcontractor outreach event that attracted more than 250 people and gained prime coverage in the Orlando Sentinel.

Skanska team shortlisted for $2.6 billion NYC airport project

Skanska team shortlisted for $2.6 billion NYC airport project

Skanska’s LaGuardia Gateway Partners team was shortlisted for the LaGuardia Airport Central Terminal Building public-private partnership (PPP) project. Three Skanska units – USA Building, USA Civil and Infrastructure Development North America – are part of this consortium.