Kiewit Development Co (KDC) brings a vertically integrated team of experienced P3 professionals with expertise in development, finance, design, construction, and operations. The KCDC team has collectively reached financial close on P3 transactions, spanning all sectors of infrastructure.
Skanska Infrastructure Development (Skanska ID) is a leader in the global PPP market and has been an active partner in 31 projects worldwide. Skanska ID develops, invests in, and operates roads, bridges, hospitals, schools, power plants, and other social infrastructure in partnership with public clients across many markets. Skanska ID’s ownership portfolio today consists of eight PPP projects spread across North America, Europe, and Chile, with a value of approximately US$570 million of committed equity. Skanska ID has proven credentials in North America as demonstrated through the US$2.1 billion Elizabeth River Crossings Project in Norfolk, Virginia, and the I-4 Ultimate project in Orlando, FL, a US$2.3 billion project.
Meridiam is a family of investment funds focused on public infrastructure totalling approximately C$4.5B of committed funds from institutional investors. Meridiam has invested in 34 projects worldwide representing a total capital value of C$50B. The Meridiam funds are managed by investment advisors Meridiam SAS for the European funds and Meridiam Infrastructure North America Corp. for the North American funds.
JLC Infrastructure (“JLC”) is an investor and asset management firm focused on the infrastructure sector in the United States. The firm was formed in 2015 by Loop Capital and Magic Johnson Enterprises and currently has approximately $300 million in assets under management (including committed capital) as of September 30, 2017. Since JLC’s launch, the firm has become involved in several prominent airport transactions, including the planned redevelopments of the Denver International Airport Great Hall Terminal and the LaGuardia Airport Central Terminal B. Magic Johnson Enterprises has developed a trusted brand for supporting and investing in communities throughout Los Angeles and is part of the ownership group that operates retail concessions in terminals 4, 5, 7, and 8 at Los Angeles International Airport.
Kiewit is a FORTUNE 500 company ranked 1st in Heavy Civil and 2nd in Transportation on Engineering News Record’s (ENR) 2015 list of top 400 contractors. Kiewit, through its operating companies, brings a wealth of diverse resources and a track record for delivering the highest quality results — on budget and on schedule. Kiewit’s size and experience provides the stability, predictability and know how our clients and partners expect— and the flexibility and overall best value they deserve.
Skanska is one of the world’s leading project development and construction groups, serving a broad range of industries including bridges, transportation, power, energy, healthcare, education, sports, data centers, government, aviation, water / wastewater and commercial development, and providing strong expertise in design-build and Public-Private Partnerships. Skanska has completed over 180 design-build projects through North America alone. The business is organized in four departments serving the North American region: Skanska Civil, Skanska Infrastructure Development, Skanska Building, and Skanska Commercial Development, which combined make up 34% of the company’s US$21 billion annual global revenue. In 2013, US$6.2 billion was generated from North American civil construction projects alone.
APM Operating System Supplier
Founded in 1870, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is a world leader in the field of transportation and associated technologies, and its comprehensive manufacturing expertise is internationally recognized. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries manufactures more than 700 different products that support various industrial and civil activities in both domestic and international markets. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries offers over 30 years of experience in the design, construction, testing, and commissioning of transportation systems. It is the largest APM supplier in the world, with its first driverless APM entering revenue service in Port Island, Kobe, in 1981.
Mitsubishi has APMs in successful passenger service operation at several urban and airport applications around the world, including Changi (Singapore), Incheon (Korea), and Hong Kong International Airports (the top three “Best Airports in the World” since 2007, as ranked by Skytrax). In the United States, Mitsubishi has APM systems operating in Miami, Atlanta, and Washington Dulles International Airports, with a new system currently under construction at Tampa International Airport and one new system and two replacements of a previous supplier’s system underway at Orlando International Airport.
Operate and Maintain
Crystal Mover Services, Inc. (CMS) is an established Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Joint Venture between Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Sumitomo Corporation, with its global headquarters in Miami, Florida. CMS comprises O&M professionals from both organizations that have successfully provided O&M services for customers around the world for nearly 40 years and provides O&M service and support for all current and future Mitsubishi Heavy Industries APM Systems in the U.S.
Johnson Controls Inc. (Johnson Controls) is the most experienced P3-DBFM operator in the industry and part of 24 winning consortiums, with 17 currently in the operations phase. Johnson Controls is a global provider of building systems, equipment, and technologies that deliver solutions to increase energy efficiency, provide predictable operating costs, and sustain building operations for a safe, comfortable environment.
Mott MacDonald is a global engineering, management, and development firm that delivers innovative solutions for public and private clients. Mott MacDonald has won more than 550 international awards since 2007, and was named Global Consultant of the Decade in 2013 by New Civil Engineer and the Association for Consultancy & Engineering. Mott MacDonald has a 30-year history in Los Angeles providing a broad range of transportation planning, design, environmental, construction, and project management services in support of railway and transit, aviation, highway, and tunneling projects. In addition to 2,300 staff and 62 offices in North America, Mott MacDonald has access to the resources of an additional 14,000 staff worldwide.
Gannett Fleming (GF) is a global leader in providing infrastructure solutions for large complex civil works projects such as the LAWA LAMP program. Founded in 1915, Gannett Fleming has more than 2,000 professionals in 65 offices throughout North America and around the world. ENR 2015 ranked GF #11 in Mass Transit & Rail and #19 in Transportation in 2015. Roads & Bridges recently ranked GF in the top 10 for design-build in the U.S. GF’s recent notable experience includes Engineer of Record for the multiple award-winning $450 million Sky Train™ Automated People Mover (APM) project for Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, and prime designer for the $182 million Southwestern Yard Division 16 Maintenance Facility for LA Metro. GF quality processes are ISO 9001:2008 Certified.
HOK is a global design, architecture, engineering and planning firm. We use design to enrich people’s lives and help organizations succeed. Our 1,800 people collaborate across a network of 23 offices on three continents. HOK’s mission is to deliver exceptional design ideas and solutions for our clients through the creative blending of human need, environmental stewardship, value creation, science and art. Our design solutions result from a collaborative process that encourages multidisciplinary professional teams to research alternatives, share knowledge and imagine new ways to solve the challenges of the built environment.