LA Metro Waits, LAX Launches Its P3

The P3 industry got an earful in California this month. LA Metro called a P3 meeting to tell dejected developers that it wouldn’t tee up any projects itself but rather would entertain unsolicited proposals under a rudimentary policy it originally developed in 2014. A week earlier, the City of Los Angeles hosted 1,200 people from 600 companies who could see an RFQ as soon as March 29 for $4 billion worth of DBFOM projects at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).


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