There are many aspects to putting together a consortium which will
successfully plan, develop, and implement a major transportation program.
A transportation project includes more than just transit - it includes the
transportation of freight, information and other utilities, necessary to
make many transportation projects economically attractive.
A successful rail transportation project includes: an appropriate train
technology and train manufacturer, a financial institution which can
organize the financing, an engineering firm which can design the
infrastructure and transportation system, and a major contractor which can
build the system. Local companies are always included in a consortium to
bring the all-important local insight.
Building a Consortium Meneren can do the following for
organizations charged with developing a rapid transit system in a
Validate the transportation project and set development objectives.
Identify the key roles and expertise needed to structure a major
Identify the best companies, worldwide, to play each necessary role.
Integrate these companies into a project consortium.
Develop all necessary proposals, consortium agreements, and
Financial Institutions There are many sources of finance
for a transportation project, and to raise sufficient money for a major
project, all of them must be addressed. Sources for transportation
projects include international financial institutions, government grants
and loans, offsets, private/public partnerships, the sale of hidden state
assets, private sector bond financings, shadow tolls, and many others.
Engineering Companies The engineering design work for a
major transportation project is significant, requiring expertise in many
Contractors Major transportation projects require a major
contractor which has significant bonding capacity.
We invite you to e-mail Meneren principal, Bill Tolbert, for more detailed
information about financing large transportation projects or building a
LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary
of Meneren Corporation was competitively selected
by the State of Colorado to design, construct, and
operate a 170 mile high-speed monorail system that will
connect DIA (Denver International Airport), stop in the
center of the City of Denver, and proceed up the Rocky
Mountain corridor to the ski areas (including Vail), and
on to the Eagle County Airport.
MagLift Technology has been designated a
"Maglev" technology by the US Department of
Transportation. However, unlike fully levitating
Maglev systems, MagLift is substantially lighter, lower
cost, and can stay within highway right-of-ways.
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