Eagle P3 project

The Eagle P3 Project concession agreement requires DTP to design-build-finance-operate-maintain (DBFOM) the East Rail Line, Gold Line, Northwest Electrified Segment (NWES) (segment 1 of the Northwest Rail Line) and Commuter Rail Maintenance Facility project under a single contract. RTD will retain all assets while shifting much of the risk of designing and building the project to DTP. 

Eagle P3 is a public-private partnership comprised of RTD’s East Rail Line, Gold Line, Commuter Rail Maintenance Facility and Northwest Rail Line Westminster segment. The total 36 miles of new commuter rail lines are scheduled to open one at a time in sequence in 2016.

ALCAM is delighted to have received the contract for the supply and installation of station platform canopies, ticket vending machine canopies, and station vent access panels, for this project, from Denver Transit Partners.  It is scheduled to be completed in 2016.

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The East Rail line is a 22.8-mile commuter rail transit corridor that will operate between Denver Union Station and Denver International Airport. The rail line will connect these two important areas while serving adjacent employment centers, neighborhoods and development areas in Denver and Aurora. The East Rail Line is being constructed as part of RTD’s fully funded Eagle P3 project.

The first 6.2-mile segment of the Northwest Rail Line from Denver Union Station to south Westminster (71st Ave. and Lowell Blvd.) is funded as part of the Eagle P3 Project.  This commuter rail project is scheduled for completion in 2016. 

The Gold Line is an 11.2-mile electric commuter rail transit line that will connect Denver Union Station to Wheat Ridge, passing through northwest Denver, Adams County and Arvada. It is also part of the Eagle P3 Project. The Gold Line has eight stations: Denver Union Station, 41st/Fox, Pecos, Federal, Sheridan, Olde Town Arvada, Arvada Ridge and Ward Road. It is scheduled to open to the public in 2016.