Project NEON P3 Public Meeting December 4, 2013
The Nevada Department of Transportation held a public meeting on December 4, 2013. Please click on the links below to download the exhibits that were on display during the meeting.
Demolitions Exhibit (2MB pdf file )
Landscape Architect Exhibit (7MB pdf file )
NEON Corridor Exhibit 1 (8MB pdf file )
NEON Corridor Exhibit 2 (13MB pdf file )
NEON Corridor Exhibit 3 (14MB pdf file )
NEON Corridor Exhibit 4 (15MB pdf file )
NEON Corridor Exhibit 5 (47MB pdf file )
NEON Corridor Exhibit 6 (45MB pdf file )
NEON Corridor Exhibit 7 (15MB pdf file )
NEON Corridor Exhibit 8 (14MB pdf file )
NEON Corridor Exhibit 9 (14MB pdf file )
Meeting Transcript (4MB pdf file )
Charleston Rendering (3MB pdf file )
HOV Rendering (2MB pdf file )
Project NEON Winter 2013 Newsletter
Please click the links below to download the Winter 2013 Newsletter.
Project NEON P3 Winter 2013 Newsletter (1MB pdf file )
Proyecto NEON P3 Invierno 2013 Newsletter Espanol (1MB pdf file )
NEON P3 Procurement RFQ Shortlist
NDOT is pleased to announce the three shortlisted teams in alphabetical order:
Kiewit-Meridiam NEON Partners – Kiewit Development Company & Meridiam Infrastructure Neon, LLC
Las Vegas NEON Ventures – Las Vegas Paving Corporation & Macquarie Capital Group Limited
NEON Mobility Group – ACS Infrastructure Development, Inc. & Fengate Capital Management, Ltd. & Star America Fund GP LLC
Project NEON Southbound Ramp Braiding Animation
Please click on the image below to view an animation of the southbound ramp braiding for I15 and US95.
The Martin Luther King Extension is being considered for inclusion into the P3 footprint
The City of Las Vegas and the Nevada Department of Transportation are in discussions about including this improvement into the Project scope and the P3 Phase procurement. If this improvement is added to the Project scope, long term operations and maintenance of the street are currently anticipated to be delivered by the City. The City would not be a party to the P3 agreement. Baseline plans are being revised to take advantage of the accelerated delivery in anticipation of associated right of way acquisitions. The inclusion of the MLK Extension would enhance travel and minimize construction disruptions for everyone working, living and visiting downtown Las Vegas. Should this improvement be added to the Project scope, additional details will be provided during the RFP phase. In addition, a forthcoming addendum to the RFQ will address the potential inclusion of this improvement.
The Permanent Grand Central Parkway intersection with Charleston Boulevard is being redesigned to be an at-grade intersection
The intersection of Charleston and Grand Central Parkway will include a new extension of Grand Central Parkway south onto Western Avenue. This new extension will provide additional access to those properties whose access is being cut off by the elimination of Wall Street under I-15. A grade separation of this intersection was considered but this plan did not fit in with the city's plans for redevelopment of this area so the intersection will remain at grade for the long term. A connection between Grand Central Parkway and Industrial Road including a grade separation of the Union Pacific Railroad is still planned as part of the overall Project NEON program of improvements.
Press Release 7-30-2013: Request for Qualifications Process Open for Project NEON
LAS VEGAS – The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) is proud to announce the release of a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for Project NEON – P3, a capital improvements project along I-15 from the Sahara Avenue Interchange to the US 95/I-515 Interchange in Las Vegas, Nevada. The project is being procured using a Public-Private Partnership (P3) agreement.
Click here to read the full press release. (200KB pdf file )
Project NEON Industry Day Meeting
Please click on the links below to download the meeting materials.
On Tuesday July 16, ENR.com posted a story on the NEON P3 procurement. While we appreciate the visibility the story provided, we are posting a significant correction to the story here. The story states:
“ACS Infrastructure Development Inc., a Coral Gables, Fla.-based unit of Actividades de Construcción y Servicios S.A., will design, build, finance, operate and maintain Project Neon for 35 years after completion. Other “Neon Mobility Group” members include Dragados USA Inc., New York City; Pulice Construction Inc., Phoenix; Granite Construction Co., Watsonville, Calif.; Aztec Engineering, Phoenix; Stantec Inc., Edmonton, Canada; Kleinfelder Inc., San Diego; Lee Engineering, Phoenix; and CA Group Inc., Las Vegas”
This is incorrect. This consortium provided an unsolicited proposal for Project NEON that was the impetus for the imminent P3 procurement. Please disregard this portion of ENR.com’s story.