InfraAmericas understands that six teams have returned bids for Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)’s Consolidated Rental Car Center (CONRAC) project.
The CONRAC is one element of the Land Access Modernization Program (LAMP), to be built at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Other LAMP elements include: intermodal transportation facilities; improvements within the Central Terminal area; a connection to the Metro rail system; roadway improvements; and the Automated People Mover, which is being procured as a P3.
The six consortia confirmed can be found here.
Qualifications were returned on 27 February.
The project, as currently envisioned, will include a customer service building, access to an Automated People Mover (APM) station and employee and visitor parking areas. Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), the procuring agency for CONRAC, noted in the RFQ that the project is also anticipated to include new roadways that provide access to, and egress from, the project.
The successful proponent will design, build, finance, operate and maintain the roughly USD 850m to USD 1bn capex project
The private partner chosen to procure the CONRAC will be paid through availability and milestone payments during the project’s construction phase.