Market Soundings from P3 2019: The 27th Annual CCPPP Conference on Public-Private Partnerships
The Davao Monorail Project will be the first monorail project in the Philippines. It will consist of approximately 16 stations over 13 kilometres in one of the country’s fastest growing cities. The estimated CAD$1.2-billion project is a build, transfer, operate and maintain project that requires products, services and technology related to railways and rail terminal development. The Udenna Corp. expects government approval in Q3 2019; subject to a Swiss challenge.
Presenter: Manuel Jamonir, Assistant Vice-President, Operations, Udenna Infrastructure Corp.
LA Metro will present three projects worth up to US$21.5 billion that are under consideration for P3 delivery. The West Santa Ana Branch ($6.5B) is a new 19-mile LRT connecting downtown Los Angeles to southeast LA county, a notably high travel demand corridor. The Sepulveda Pass project ($9B to $13B) will address a range of high capacity rail transit alternatives to improve travel between the San Fernando Valley, the Westside and Los Angeles International Airport. The East San Fernando Valley ($2B) LRT will extend north from the Van Nuys Metro Orange Line station 9.2 miles to the Sylmar/San Fernando Metrolink Station.
Presenter: Rick Meade, Senior Executive Officer, Program Management, Airport Connector & Foothill Projects, Metro Los Angeles
The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador will be constructing a modern correctional facility in St. John’s which will replace the existing Her Majesty’s Penitentiary, allowing for more programming, recreation and better mental health services. The province will deliver the new facility utilizing a DBFM project structure with a construction value in excess of $150 million.
Presenter: Cory Grandy, Associate Deputy Minister, Department of Transportation and Works, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador
The Valley Line West extension project (VLW) reaffirms the City of Edmonton’s desire to continue creating an intensified urban corridor between downtown and West Edmonton. It will reduce congestion, increase transit network capacity, transform surrounding communities, provide long-term environmental benefits and create job opportunities. The VLW project is preparing to return to the market after a pause.
Presenter: Brad Smid, Project Director, Valley Line LRT, City of Edmonton