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AN UPDATE ON THE P3 QUEBEC AGENCY

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  • 1. AN UPDATE ON THE P3 QUEBEC AGENCY Mont Tremblant Conference June 15th, 2006 Guy Choinière
  • 2. Agenda
    • Agency Overview and Progress
    • Projects Overview
    • Process Risk
    • Conclusion
  • 3. 1. Agency Overview and Progress
    • Bill 61 creating the Agency adopted in December 2004
    • Agency (mission, role, clients)
    • Board, CEO, staffing the Agency
  • 4. 1. Agency Overview (cont’d)
    • Agreement with Partnerships BC
    • Service agreements with Ministries
    • Active projects
  • 5. 2. Major Projects
    • Transportation
      • Autoroute 25
      • Autoroute 30
      • Highway rest areas
    • Healthcare
      • Long-term care facilities (500)
      • Two Teaching hospitals
    • Others
      • Two projects: $100M each
  • 6. Completion of Autoroute 25
    • Description: 7 KM Highway including 1.2 KM Bridge + ETTM
    • Milestones
    • RFQ issued: December 22,2005
    • RFQ closed: March 3, 2006
    • Short listed announced: March 31, 2006
    • RFP Issuance: Imminent
    • Contract award: 2007
    • Opening to traffic: 2010
    • Estimated construction cost: 400 M$ including works carried out in conventional mode
  • 7. Completion of Autoroute 30
    • P3 Project Western section: 35 km Highway + 2 Major Bridges + ETTM
    • Milestones
    • RFQ issuance: Coming weeks
    • Contract award: 2007
    • Opening to traffic: 2009 (Eastern section 2008)
    • Estimated construction cost: Approximately 1.2 billion $
    • Construction Cost is jointly financed by the government of Quebec and government of Canada
  • 8. Highway Rest Areas
    • Rest areas along various highways: 33 sites
    • Phase 1: 7 sites
    • Milestrones
    • Business case : Completed
    • RFQ: Summer 2006
    • RFP: Fall 2006
    • Contract award: 2007
  • 9. Long Term Care Facility (200 beds): Pilot P3 Project
    • Milestones
    • Business case: Completed
    • RFEI: June 2006
    • RFQ: September 2006
    • RFP: Fall 2006
    • Contract Award: Fall 2007
    • Opening: 2009
  • 10. Teaching Hospital CHUM
    • P3 Contract: Design, Build, Finance and Maintain (DBFM of the Infrastructure (cafeterias, laundry and janitorial services excluded)
    • P3 scope: CHUM Project excluding:
      • Renovations of the building occupied by Videotron
      • Renovations to the actual Notre-Dame Hospital
    • Total Projects Costs : 1.52 billion $
    • Next step : Value For Money analysis: December 2006
  • 11. Teaching Hospital MUHC, Glen Campus
    • P3 Contract : Design, Build, Finance and Maintain (DBFM) of the Infrastructure (cafeterias, laundry and janitorial services excluded)
    • P3 scope : MUHC Project excluding:
      • Construction of the Montreal children’s hospital
      • Renovations of the actual Montreal General Hospital
    • Total Projected Costs: 1.58 billion $
    • Next step : Value For Money analysis: December 2006
  • 12. 4. Process risk
    • Definition
      • Time between RFQ and RFP
      • Exposure to administrative/political changes post-RFQ
      • Drop-outs
      • Process cost
  • 13. 4. Process risk (cont’d)
    • Our Proposition:
      • at the RFQ stage, a RFQ and a term sheet with:
      • Revenue model (payment mechanisms)
      • Risk matrix
      • Legal structure
      • Transaction description
      • Well defined expected deliverables from private sector
  • 14. 5. Conclusion
    • After 15 months of operation P3 Quebec :
      • Has a solid organization in place
      • Developed a good working relationship with its internal clients
      • A portfolio of more than 3 billion CAD$ of potential P3 projects
    • Next steps
      • Pursue development of potential P3 projects
      • Close deals
  • 15. THANKS 1050, Rene-Levesque East Boul. Quebec (Quebec) G1R 4X3 Phone: (418) 646-6097 FAX: (418) 528-1755 500, Rene-Levesque West Boul. Montreal (Quebec) H2Z 1W7 Phone: (514) 873-2356 FAX: 514-873-2383 www.ppp.gouv.qc.ca [email_address]