Hawaii’s New Aloha Stadium Entertainment District (NASED) P3 re-entered procurement in December, with the state and Stadium Authority publishing an RFP for the project. The new RFP came just a few months after the state completed a market sounding for a restructured P3 procurement. This time the project scope will be to develop both the […]
On September 28th, the Prince George’s County Board of Education voted to approve the Blueprint Phase II school facility P3 in the district. The project will design, build finance and maintain eight school buildings within the district over a long-term concession. The facilities are anticipated to comprise more than one million gross square feet.
In September, the project team for the New Aloha Stadium Entertainment District (NASED) announced that its market sounding process had concluded, allowing the oft-changed project to hopefully take a step forward in its newest form.
At the end of August, the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) Board of Directors gave the green light to the Dorrance Street Transit Center project, a $250M P3 that will build a new transit center in downtown Providence. The unanimous board vote finalized the selection of Next Wave Rhode Island Partners as the concessionaire […]
The first K-12 school facility P3 in the United States looks poised to host a series of grand openings during the 2023-2024 school year, just two years after the start of construction for the project. In Fall 2020, the Prince George’s County Public School System (PGCPS) awarded a 30-year DBFM concession to build or replace […]
After months (years, actually) of twists and turns, Hawaii’s Stadium Authority and Department of Accounting and General Services (DAGS) unveiled their new approach to procuring the New Aloha Stadium Entertainment District (NASED) P3. DAGS published the RFI in June, and an RFQ for the project is planned for this fall.
It has been a wild couple of months for Hawaii’s NASED stadium redevelopment P3 procurement. After much uncertainty, it now appears that the project may be coming full circle. In May, Governor Green announced plans to revert the project back to a single P3 procurement for both the stadium replacement project and the development of […]
Bidders for the New Aloha Stadium and Entertainment District (NASED) project in Hawaii have been sitting on the shortlist since late 2020. After many delays, it appeared that the state was preparing to issue the RFP at the beginning of the year. Now, it appears that the project may have taken yet another turn – […]
With Governor Josh Green now sworn into office, it appears that Hawaii’s stadium P3 procurement is moving forward again – after a nearly three-month delay. Governor Green has instructed the Stadium Authority and Department of Accounting and General Services (DAGS) to move forward with the RFP for the stadium redevelopment P3 as originally intended. The […]
Supporters of Hawaii’s New Aloha Stadium Entertainment District (NASED) P3 are hopeful that the past few months of turmoil will fade on December 5th, when Governor-Elect Josh Green is sworn into office.