Public-Private Partnership Commission issues new call for projects

Jan. 4 deadline set for letters of interest

The state Public-Private Partnership Infrastructure Oversight Commission has issued a second call for public-private projects.

The commission is empowered to look for candidates for projects involving the sharing of resources to finance, design, build, operate and maintain transportation infrastructure projects.

After the first round of proposals in the spring, a plan to build a full-service rest area at Exit 23 in New Hampton, similar to the ones on Interstate 93 in Hooksett, was taken under consideration.

As in the first round, the commission – which is chaired by NH Department of Transportation Commissioner Victoria Sheehan – is soliciting proposals that may be suitable candidates design-build-finance-operate-maintain projects or design-build-operate-maintain services.

Interested applicants cam review information on the commission’s website. A required letter of interest form can be found by clicking here. The letters of interest are non-binding, but will be used by the commission to evaluate and advance projects.

Deadline for Letters of Interest is 4 p.m. Friday, Jan. 4, 2019. They will be reviewed at the next commission meeting on Jan. 9 in Dover.

Letters of interest can be mailed to: Public-Private Partnership Infrastructure Oversight Commission, c/o Kathleen Mulcahey-Hampson, NH Department of Transportation, John O. Morton Building, 7 Hazen Drive, P.O. Box 483, Concord, NH 03302-0483.

They also can be emailed as a pdf to: Kathleen.Mulcahey-Hampson@dot.nh.gov, with the subject line “PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP LOI.”

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