North America: Shortlisted teams return financial bids for LAX ConRAC

08 August 2018 - 12:00 am UTC

All four shortlisted teams submitted financial proposals for the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Consolidated Rent-A-Car Center (ConRAC) project ahead of the 7 August deadline, Inframation has learned.

 The bids were described as highly competitive and a winner could get picked by end of the month, it is understood.  As reported, grantor Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) plans to select the lowest ultimate cost proposer and sign a 28-year agreement with the chosen team.

 The teams are:

– ConRAC Partners: Meridiam ConRAC LLC, Skanska Infrastructure Development, McCarthy Building Companies, Skanska USA Building, HKS Architects, Honeywell International, Fuel Facility Management

– LA Gateway Partners: Fengate Capital Management, PCL Investments, MVI Finance LLC, PCL Construction Services, Pierce Goodwin Alexander & Linville, AC Martin Partners, Johnson Controls, MVI Holdings

– LAX Consolidated Solutions: ACS Infrastructure Development, AECOM CapitalJohn LaingInvestments, Dragados USA, Hunt Construction Group, AECOM Energy & Construction, AECOMTechnical Services, ACS Infrastructure Development, AECOM Capital

– Plenary Infrastructure Airports: Plenary Group, JLC Infrastructure Fund, Austin Commercial, Sundt Construction, Demattei Wong Architecture, ENGIE Services and Conrac Solutions

 Project Details
The winning bidder would be responsible for designing, building, financing, operating and maintaining (DBFOM) the ConRAC facility, rental car storage, customer service building, cleaning and fueling facilities, as well as roadway improvements. Located off the 405 Freeway near Century Boulevard, the ConRAC will house rental car agencies in one facility. It will also be the eastern terminus for the Automated People Mover (APM) train system.