The government of Hawaii has continued to receive strong interest in the New Aloha Stadium Entertainment District (NASED) project; deadline extended.
Statements of qualifications to deliver the 35,000-seat stadium and entertainment district in Honolulu has been extended to May 12, 2020.
This extension follows significant interest in the project at an online pre-bid conference, which saw over 220 attendees registered, including representatives of four different teams of potential bidders. The presentation was presented by Adam Shaw (NASED program
executive), David Harris (NASED program director) both of WT Partnership along with Chris Kinimaka, public works administrator from the Department of Accounting and General Services.
As previously reported, the stadium is to be delivered through a design, build, finance and maintain contract alongside new hotels, restaurants and retail public space.
Shaw stated: “long term value capture was a primary goal of the State in the way in which the development would grow over time alongside a self-sustaining stadium enterprise”.
An industry day was held for the project in October 2019.
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Meanwhile the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) has extended the RFP deadline for on-call consultant services for unsolicited proposals and P3 projects to April 29.