Programs and Partnerships

P3 Initiatives

Current P3 Projects

  • Flagstaff Facilities
    • From Phoenix Business Journal, 1/15/2019 "State's first land swap will turn former Flagstaff movie theater into offices; ADOT employees should move into new 72,000- square-foot location in November".
    • The relocation of ADOT’s NorthCentral District offices from Milton Road was prompted, in part, by the city of Flagstaff’s roadway improvement plan to extend Beulah Boulevard and realign University Avenue, requiring a portion of the current ADOT-owned parcel. Because ADOT did not have funding available to relocate, a private partner (Vintage) was procured using the P3 laws to find or construct new facilities for ADOT, and in exchange secure ownership of the agency’s existing parcel and an adjacent parcel owned by the city.
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2012 - 2018 FY19 FY20 FY21
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Negotiation/Document Preparation (ADOT, City of Flagstaff, Vintage Partners                        
Pre-development Agreement (PDA)                
Development Agreement                
Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA)                
Implementation Agreement (IA)                
Value Engineering                
Architectural / Facility Programming                
Construction          Redstar-bkg        
Anticipated Nov move in
  • Rest Area Maintenance
    • ADOT's 28 highway safety rest areas are now managed under one contract under the agency’s first public-private partnership contract. The contract, which took effect in 2013 and was re-procured in 2018, means a better experience for travelers at the rest areas and a comprehensive statewide approach to minor and major maintenance for ADOT. It is also through this P3 contract, that the Safe Phone Zone program started.
    • “I am pleased to see ADOT’s first public-private partnership get underway,” said ADOT Director John Halikowski, in 2013. “This project shows that it’s possible to fund transportation projects with non-traditional funding sources. This partnership is an innovative approach to both business and transportation in which everyone benefits, especially those who use Arizona’s rest areas. Public-private partnerships are becoming more common in moving transportation projects forward as transportation funding decreases, both in Arizona and on a national level.”

Rest Area Maintenance (ReSOURCE)

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