Northumberland Strait Crossing Project—A Public-Private Ventureby James A. Feltham, Public Works Canada, Canada,
Abstract: This major project has challenged the Canadian Government to produce innovative requirements in environmental planning, financing and security, and facility performance. It requires a commitment from industry for a thirty-five (35) year period to design, construct, finance and operate a fixed crossing of the Northumberland Strait. Intensive industry-government consultation has enabled the preparation of a project which recognizes mutual objectives in an effective manner. This paper outlines the concerns identified and the approaches used for this project.
Subject Headings: Public private partnership | Environmental issues | Financing | Industries | Highway bridges | Highway and road management | Government buildings | Innovation
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