This collection of Requests for Proposals (RFPs) and Requests for Qualifications (RFQs) is a sample of the many recent efforts public entities have made to use public-private partnerships to complete a variety of projects. The documents posted on this page have been downloaded directly from the issuer and are intended for informational and reference purposes only. In some cases, links to an issuer website are posted on this page because downloads require registration with the particular issuer. Contact the issuer directly for the most recent version of each document.
Baltimore Penn Station Development Project (January 2016)
Amtrak issued an RFI for a master developer to design, build/upgrade, finance, operate and maintain non-rail assets in and around the Amtrak-owned Baltimore Penn Station. The project could include expanding and adding retail opportunities.
I-70 East Project (March 2015)
I-70 East between I-25 and Tower Road is one of the most heavily traveled and congested highway corridors in the Denver region and the state of Colorado. After more than ten years of study, CDOT has identified the “Partial Cover Lowered” (PCL) alternative as the “preliminary identified preferred alternative” in the environmental study document for the project. CDOT anticipates that I-70 East will be constructed using one of two innovative contracting methods: design-build or public-private partnership.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (July 2015)
This Request for Proposals from qualified proponents by the City of Atlanta, on behalf of its Department of Aviation, seeks a Proponent to lease up to twenty-six and one-half acres of land from the City to design, construct, finance, operate and maintain a Hotel, Travel Plaza, and Mixed-Use Development.
Indianapolis Airport Authority Wastewater and Stormwater Project (March 2015)
The Indianapolis Airport Authority is seeking to partner with a private sector entity to utilize best practices in conservation, reuse and remediation, creative use of incentives, and capital improvements to reduce the total costs and improve the efficiency of the long-term operations of the Wastewater System and Stormwater System. These best practices include the disposal of chemicals related to deicing at the Indianapolis International Airport while simultaneously maintaining high levels of consistent and reliable service, and environmental sustainability, addressing the necessary infrastructure investments in the Systems and creating a more inviting economic development environment for the Airport.
The State Street Project (May 2015)
West Lafayette, IN
The City of West Lafayette, Indiana, and Purdue University are partnering to advance the State Street Redevelopment Project, which will stretch from the Wabash River through downtown West Lafayette and Purdue’s campus to its intersection at U.S. 231. The total estimated cost of the project is approximately $60 to 100 million. Through the use of a public-private partnership Build-Operate-Transfer delivery method, the city and university expect to drive innovation and incorporate cutting edge technology including the latest in traffic management systems throughout the delivery and execution of this project.
The MTA Purple Line Project (July 2014)
The Purple Line is a proposed 16-mile light rail line extending from Bethesda in Montgomery County to New Carrollton in Prince George’s County. It will provide a direct connection to the Metrorail Red, Green and Orange Lines at the Bethesda, Silver Spring, College Park, and New Carrollton stations and will connect to MARC, Amtrak, and local bus services. The Purple Line will be light rail and will operate mainly in dedicated or exclusive lanes, allowing for fast, reliable transit operations. Twenty-one stations are planned. MTA is taking the lead on this project, with the support and close coordination of a team that includes the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Montgomery and Prince George’s counties, the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, State Highway Administration, and local municipalities in the project area.
Baltimore/Washington International Airport Hotel (June 2015)
The Maryland Aviation Administration is requesting proposals from any interested and qualified firm for the design, development, financing, construction, management/operation and maintenance of an Airport Hotel at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport on a site adjacent to the Airport’s terminal building. The Administration will select a firm that successfully demonstrates its ability to design, develop, finance, construct, manage/operate and maintain an Airport Hotel according to the requirements of this Request for Proposal. The term of this Contract is a period of fifty years commencing on the Date of Beneficial Occupancy, subject to Federal Aviation Administration approval.
Affordable Senior Housing Development (July 2015)
In response to the loss of housing inventory as a result of the May 2011 disaster impacting the community, including affordable senior living options, the City of Joplin is soliciting proposals for the development of an affordable senior housing project. In addition to meeting the community’s affordable senior housing needs, the City is interested in the project offering ‘service-enriched housing priority’ supportive services to support the quality-of-life requirements of the project’s resident population. The proposed Project is envisioned to compliment the diverse business, residential, and retail redevelopment occurring in the area that is devoted to the growing healthcare and wellness industry in the community.
The Ohio State University Comprehensive Energy Management Opportunity (February 2015)
The Ohio State University is seeking to strengthen its sustainability efforts by considering an innovative energy strategy that also could provide new resources for its academic mission by providing an opportunity to manage its energy systems. The University contemplates 50-year concession and lease consisting of four major components: (1) the operation and maintenance of the Utility System; (2) procurement of the energy supply for Ohio State’s primary campus located in Columbus, Ohio; (3) implementation to achieve energy savings goals for the Columbus Campus, which could include for example energy conservation measures; and (4) the development of an affinity relationship with Ohio State and its stakeholders.
Texas State Combined Heat & Power System (August 2015)
San Marcos, TX
The Texas State University System and Texas State University are soliciting Statements of Qualifications from vendors, energy service companies, and engineering/construction management companies that describe their proposal and capabilities to design, build, finance, operate and maintain a Combined Heat and Power System on the University campus. The site for the Project is the University’s Central Plant located at 150 Buckner Street in San Marcos, Texas.