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Automated People Mover at LAX – Submittal Instructions Issued for Operating System Suppliers

On April 18, 2016, Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) reached an initial milestone in its Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP) by issuing instructions for how automated people mover operating system suppliers can...more

Go Big Red-y for Design-Build! Nebraska Enables and Funds Innovative Highway and Bridge Procurements

Governor Pete Rickets followed through on a promise to rethink infrastructure delivery in Nebraska. Signing LB 960, the “Transportation Innovation Act,” into law, Nebraska is poised to clear its backlog of highway...more

Il nuovo Codice degli Appalti Pubblici

With the Legislative Decree n. 50 of 18 April 2016 "Implementation of directives 2014/23 / EU, 2014/24 / EU and 2014/25 / EU on the award of concession contracts, on public procurement and procurement by entities operating in...more

California’s Prompt Payment Laws: Just Because an Owner Has Changed Course Doesn’t Mean It’s Changed Course on Previous Payments

We’ve written before about California’s prompt payment laws which are designed to help contractors get paid in a timely and orderly fashion, which is always nice, right?...more

Proceed Wisely, Ninja Contractor, Because Suing Your DOT May Have Limitations

No self-respecting Ninja goes into battle without a plan, right? You need to know your environment, your opponent and the rules of the battle. For you Ninja contractors, it’s a good thing to fully understand your potential...more

El mercado estadounidense de P3 está maduro para crecer

Con una infraestructura obsoleta y escasez presupuestaria por parte del gobierno, las colaboraciones público-privadas (“P3”) han dejado de ser una idea nueva para convertirse en una opción cada vez más factible de...more

Miami-Dade County Takes P3 Reform Further After Florida Passes New P3 Legislation

After months in several Florida House and Senate committees, the State Legislature finally passed two related bills that were both signed by the Governor at the end of April. Importantly, the first bill, SB 124, establishes...more

Why less means more for PPPs & data – Keys to collecting the right information in Canada

PPP projects have the potential to generate huge amounts of data. In the context of a tolled highway project, for instance, a PPP contract may require the private operator to collect, in real time, information regarding...more

U.S. P3 Market is Ripe for Growth

With an aging infrastructure and government budgetary shortfalls, the public private partnership (“P3”) has evolved from novel, to an ever more viable option in order to finance civic projects. The larger and more complex the...more

California Transportation Commission Allocates $170 Million to Projects Around the State

At its March meeting, the California Transportation Commission (CTC) approved funding to improve and maintain California’s multimodal transportation system. According to the District 2 Press Release, allocations included...more

Opening Up the Doors (Roads) for Design-Build Contracts on Highway Projects

The Department of Transportation in my home state of New Mexico is the latest to allow the design-build delivery method for highway projects. Although design-build had been approved in New Mexico on limited public projects,...more

OCTA Releases Final RFP for the I-405 Improvement Project

Drivers of the I-405 in Orange County California are one step closer to an improved facility. Today the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) authorized release of a final request for proposals to design and...more

Will Hillsborough County Adopt Mobility Fees in April?

Part of the years-long transportation funding debate appears to be reaching a conclusion. On March 24, Hillsborough County held a well-attended public workshop regarding implementing mobility fees, which are described as...more

Construction E-Note - March 2016

Flint, Michigan’s problems with lead in its drinking water have been well documented, and this has prompted reports of similar problems detected in other communities, even though these are apparently not as extensive as the...more

Construction Law Advisory - March 2016

The use of drones on construction projects is increasing rapidly, as the construction industry realizes their many beneficial uses, including: collecting and analyzing aerial imagery; surveying; digitizing geographic terrain;...more

$2 Billion In Unused Earmarks Now Available for Transportation Infrastructure Projects

Eligible transportation projects in need of funding now have the opportunity to access roughly $2 billion in previously earmarked federal transportation under recently released guidance from the U.S. Department of...more

A New Color to be Added to Mid-Atlantic Transit: the Maryland Purple Line

On March 2, Governor Larry Hogan and Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) Secretary Pete Rahn “greenlighted” procurement of the Purple Line by MDOT and the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA). The contract has been...more

A “FAIR” Chance for Infrastructure P3s in Obama Administration’s Final Budget Request - President Unveils Financing America’s...

In his final State of the Union address, President Obama acknowledged that “because it’s an election season, expectations for what we will achieve this year are low.” However, the Administration’s Fiscal Year 2017 budget...more

Middle East Privatisation – Saudi Arabia Par Excellence?

Saudi Arabia’s recently announced plans to privatise several key industries in the Kingdom has once again brought the Kingdom’s privatisation agenda back into the spotlight. The announcements form part of the countries...more

P3 Hub South Returns to Miami

As we gear up for the second annual P3 Hub South conference, needless to say, we are all very excited to explore the future of the region’s P3 industry. Following the conference’s tremendous success in 2015 and a fruitful...more

Public-Private Partnerships: The Solution to the Problem with Our Aging Infrastructure?

It is no secret that the most significant budget challenges that the United States faces on both a state and national level revolve around the cost to repair and replace our aging infrastructure. In 2014, the American Society...more

Congress Enacts Federal Permitting Improvements to Speed Infrastructure Projects

Congress enacted the Surface Transportation Reauthorization and Reform Act of 2015, also known as the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (the FAST Act) on December 4, 2015. A part of the FAST Act, Title XLI—Federal...more

Top 10 Compliance Laws for Federal Highway Contractors

Following up on my post about the Yates Memo, I started to think more about the areas of compliance that federal highway contractors must face. Contractors certify many things and interact with a wide variety of governmental...more

California Bid Protests: Responsiveness and Materiality

It can be a rough and tumble world out there. And in the case of public works construction in California, this includes bid disputes. California’s competitive bidding laws require that a public works contract be awarded...more

After the Dust Settles: Implications of Continued Development in South Florida

To say South Florida’s real estate market is “booming” would be an understatement. The massive interest in development throughout Miami and its surrounding cities continues to increase. To quantify just how large this...more

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