On Monday, March 25, 2019 Melissa Peneycad, Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure’s (ISI’s) Acting Managing Director, addressed the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) in Geneva, Switzerland. She was one of a small group of world-leading experts who were invited to discuss innovation, public-private partnerships (P3s), and project assessment tools to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
The National Council for Public-Private Partnerships’ (NCPPP) named Paine Field, Snohomish County Airport the recipient of the 2019 Innovation Project Award. Paine Field is the first privately funded, built and operated passenger terminal in the U.S. as a result of a uniquely structured public-private partnership (P3).
The Colorado High Performance Transportation Enterprise (HPTE) celebrates its 10th year of progress in accelerating mobility for the state. HPTE pursues delivery options to accelerate construction schedules, increase scope of projects and reduce risk for taxpayers.
Fluor Corporation announced that its joint venture with TechnipFMC has successfully completed its engineering, procurement and construction management services scope of work on Sasol’s world-scale petrochemical complex in Westlake, La.
Fluor Corporation announced that its LAX Integrated Express Solutions (LINXS) joint venture team broke ground on the Los Angeles International Airport’s (LAX) Automated People Mover project for Los Angeles World Airports. Fluor and its partners are set to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the $4.9 billion project over the next 30 years.
Jacobs received a contract extension to continue as program manager for future phases of the City and County of Denver's National Western Center campus redevelopment program.
The Clean Water Partnership (CWP), a 30-year community-based public-private partnership (CBP3) between Prince George’s County, Maryland, and Corvias, completed the initial pilot phase in half the time, under budget.
San Diego State University selected Clark Construction Group to design and build the university’s new multi-use stadium in Mission Valley.
In late February, nearly two years after the first girder was set on Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway, the last support beam has been installed for the Dobbins Road interchange, marking the final girder placed on the Salt River segment of the freeway in the Laveen area.