Four teams shortlisted for I-69 Section 5 P3
- Granite Construction Company
- Isolux Corsán
- Macquarie Capital - Macquarie Group
- Meridiam Infrastructure
- Parsons Brinckerhoff
- Plenary Group
- Public Sector Pension Investment Board (PSP Investments)
- Walsh Investors LLC - Walsh Group
The Indiana Finance Authority and Indiana Department of Transportation has announced that four consortia of private firms will compete to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the I-69 Section 5 project from Bloomington to Martinsville. Five private sector teams had responded to the Request for Qualifications and only one of them is out of the bidding process.
The four short-listed teams are:
Connect Indiana Development Partners
- Equity Members: Macquarie Capital Group Limited, Lane Infrastructure Inc., Lane Industries Incorporated
- Construction: Connect Indiana Constructors, a joint venture of Lane Construction Corporation and Ames Construction Inc.
- Design: Parsons Brinckerhoff Inc.
- O&M: Connect Indiana Operators, a joint venture of Macquarie Capital Group Limited and Lane Infrastructure Inc.
Isolux Infrastructure Netherlands B.V.
- Equity Members: Public Sector Pension Investment Board (PSP Investments - a Canadian Crown Corporation), Grupo Isolux Corsan S.A.
- Construction: Corsan-Corviam Construccion, S.A.
- Design: AZTEC Engineering Group Inc., TYPSA (Tecnica y Proyectos S.A.)
- O&M: Isolux Infrastructure Netherlands B.V.
Plenary Roads Indiana
- Equity Members: Plenary Group
- Construction: Granite-Weber, a joint venture of Granite Construction Company and Fred Weber Inc.
- Design: AECOM
- O&M: ICA
M I-69 Partners
- Equity Members: Walsh Investors L.L.C., Meridiam Infrastructure
- Construction: Walsh Construction Company II, LLC (part of The Walsh Group)
- Design: Parsons Transportation Group
- O&M: Transfield Services Infrastructure Inc.
The new Interstate 69 between Evansville and Indianapolis is widely regarded as a key component to the future economic vitality of southwestern Indiana, and will connect an entire region with improved access to jobs, education and healthcare.
The 142-mile I-69 corridor was divided into six independent sections with the Tier 1 Final Environmental Impact Study, which was approved by the Federal Highway Administration in March 2004.
The first 67 miles opened for business in November 2012. Construction is underway on all 27 miles of I-69 Section 4 between Crane and Bloomington, which is expected to open to traffic in phases during late 2014 and 2015.
I-69 Section 5 involves upgrading 21 miles of existing State Road 37 to Interstate standards, including new interchanges and overpasses.Source: INDOT