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RV 2014: Public-Private Partnerships- The P3 Experience by Martin Nielsen


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Public-Private Partnerships: The P3 Experience AICP CM 1.5
Public-private partnerships (P3s) are on the upswing. After a strong start with vertical building delivery in the US and many transit projects in Canada, the P3 model for transit seems to be here to stay. Upcoming projects in Baltimore and Denver are piquing interest across the US. Is P3 right for your project? How have recent projects fared? Listen as panel members explore recent applications, trends and benefits of the P3 delivery method. Learn how to assess your own project in terms of the P3 model. Hear how P3 is helping accomplish broader community development, sustainability and mobility goals throughout North America.
Moderator: Bob Post, Vice President, Director of Transportation, URS, Portland, Oregon
Charles Wheeler, Senior Project Manager, URS, Richmond Hill, Ontario
Gregory P. Benz, RA, AICP, Senior Vice President, Principal, Professional Associate, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Baltimore, Maryland
Martin Nielsen, MAIBC, LEED AP, MRAIC, P.Eng., Principal, Dialog Design, Vancouver, British Columbia

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RV 2014: Public-Private Partnerships- The P3 Experience by Martin Nielsen

  1. 1. N Public-Private Partnerships: The P3 Experience Martin Nielsen, MAIBC, LEED AP, P.Eng. Rail~Volution Minneapolis September 23, 2014
  2. 2. Transit Design: Ennoble the Passenger Experience Attractive Safe Cost Effective PERKINS + WILL
  3. 3. Metro Vancouver Skytrain Transit System Expo Line 1985 Millennium Line 2002 Canada Line 2009 47 stations, 43 miles of track 120 million passengers per year $4 Billion investment
  4. 4. Design Themes Community Integration Station Identity Transparency Protection from the Elements Accessibility and Wayfinding Wood Construction Prefabrication
  5. 5. Edmonton LRT – Valley Line
  6. 6. Edmonton LRT – Valley Line
  7. 7. Edmonton LRT – Valley Line
  8. 8. Edmonton System Map Valley Line $3.2 B Project Budget 17 mile alignment 25 Stops Valley Line Stage One $1.8 B Project Budget 8 mile alignment 12 stops
  9. 9. Edmonton LRT – Valley Line Public Involvement
  10. 10. Urban Low-Floor LRT in North America
  11. 11. Edmonton LRT – Valley Line
  12. 12. Edmonton LRT – Valley Line ?
  13. 13. Sustainable Urban Integration Vision Key Values SUI Guidelines Character Zones
  14. 14. Sustainable Urban Integration – Context
  15. 15. Sustainable Urban Integration – Context
  16. 16. EDMONTON SE TO W l r T / LRT SUSTAINABLE URBAN INTEGRATION GUId ELINES / iii DRAFT The LRT Expansion Plan w ill deliver a high environmentally sustainable LRT Netw ork that maximizes passenger convenience and supports the City’s continuing economic prosperity, serving and in turn being served by, transit-oriented land use policies. – cITy Of Ed mONTON’S GUId ELINES f OR URBAN STy LE LRT (j UNE 2, 2011) Sustainable Urban Integration – Vision
  17. 17. Sustainable Urban Integration – Vision
  18. 18. SUI – Key Values REVITALIZE EDMONTON STIMULATE THE ECONOMY ENHANCE THE ENVIRONMENT IMPROVE QUALITY OF LIFE Pedestrians First Green-to-Green Integrated and Multi Modal Flexible and Adaptable
  19. 19. Sustainable Urban Integration – Guidelines
  20. 20. SUI – Character Zones
  21. 21. Edmonton LRT – Valley Line Public Engagement Design Vision SUI Design Guidelines Design Review Process
  22. 22. Edmonton LRT – Valley Line
  23. 23. N Thank You Martin Nielsen, MAIBC, LEED AP, P.Eng. Transit Oriented Design