San Diego airport seeks P3 developer for cargo terminal

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San Diego airport seeks P3 developer for cargo terminal

San Diego International Airport, in California (USA) has launched a request for qualification (RFQ) to develop a cargo terminal through the PPP model.

The project, which aims to meet growing demand, involves the construction of a new 100,000 square foot cargo processing space and the associate aircraft infrastructure, including parking slots for aircraft and connecting taxiways from the runway to the terminal

The selected bidder will have to design, construct, finance, operate and sublease the new terminal during the concession period.

Firms such as Ferrovial AgromanJohn Laing and Macquarie have already registered to buy tender documents and will probably bid for the project.

Interested parties must submit their statements of qualification on or before  17 February 2016.

Last month we reported plans were announced to deliver a world-class transportation systems to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) through the Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP). The centerpiece of LAMP will be an Automated People Mover (APM) that will connect the Central Terminal Area (CTA) with a new Consolidated Rent-A-Car facility (CONRAC).

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