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Expected to be financed with a federal loan and project bonds, the project involves reconstructing a 10-mile portion of interstate I-70 in Denver (the fastest growing large city in the US), removing an ageing viaduct, lowering a portion of the interstate and placing a four-acre park over that lowered portion.
The project award is anticipated in March 2017, with financial close expected during the summer.
In continuous use since 1943, Marchwood is a 225-acre facility on Southampton Water on the south coast of England.
The MOD has awarded Solent Gateway a 35-year concession to commercially develop the port, while ensuring no reduction or interruption to the provision of core military services.
The deal involves innovative partnering and profit-sharing mechanisms so that the MOD benefits from the development of the port over the full life of the concession.
Apollo is a cell-phone tower company incorporated in Myanmar, and an indirect subsidiary of, among others, TPG Growth and Tillman Global Holdings, owned by ex-Orange CEO Sanjiv Ahuja.
TPG Growth’s investment in Apollo was its first in Myanmar, and the first in the country by a leading Western private equity firm.
Most of the loan will be used to construct, operate and maintain a network of cell-phone towers and related power infrastructure across Myanmar.
DONG Energy is an offshore wind power company and a leading Danish utility business.
The IPO involved a partial sell-down by existing shareholders and valued the company at over $15bn, making it the second largest European IPO of 2016.