Build, Operate, Transfer: Paving the Way for Tomorrow's Infrastructure / Edition 1by Sidney M. Levy, E. Ed. Levy
Pub. Date: 09/27/1996
One thing that mature, developing, or undeveloped nations have in common in today's global economy is the necessity to construct, repair, refurbish, and modernize their infrastructure. More and more governments are turning to the Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) process to accomplish this expensive and enormously challenging taskallowing private developers to… See more details below
One thing that mature, developing, or undeveloped nations have in common in today's global economy is the necessity to construct, repair, refurbish, and modernize their infrastructure. More and more governments are turning to the Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) process to accomplish this expensive and enormously challenging taskallowing private developers to design, finance, construct, and operate revenue-producing public projects, and then turn them over to the community at the end of an agreed payback period.
The first book to explore this innovative approach to privatization, Build, Operate, Transfer covers the creation of BOT projects from the ground up. Using a real-world, case-oriented approach, it provides a comprehensive examination of the engineering, construction, and financial skills required to bring BOT ventures from the planning stage to design, construction, and operation. From the Channel Tunnel to the Dulles Greenway, the book examines both successful projects and troubled ones, extracting key information on what sets them apartincluding such crucial factors as the importance of public support and government control in ensuring a positive outcome. You will also find specific coverage of construction techniques and procedures, plus financial comparisons, demographics, and other statistical data.
Whether you are a student or a professional working in engineering, construction, finance, or government, BOT cannot be ignored as an effective way to build infrastructure projects quickly, efficiently, and at minimal cost. This book equips you with both the comprehensive information and the practical guidance you need to put this dynamic practice into action.
The only book available on the BOT approach to private construction and maintenance of public projectscomplete coverage from the ground up
Contractors the world over are discovering how to use private-public partnerships to build much-needed infrastructure projects quickly, efficiently, and at minimal cost. This book thoroughly explores the combination of engineering, construction, and financial skills required to bring these Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) ventures from the planning stage to design, construction, and operation. Based on a real-world, case-driven approach, Build, Operate, Transfer examines specific BOT projects, identifying key factors necessary to their successful implementation, and offering important guidance on avoiding common pitfalls. This practical book features: A full introduction to BOT systems, with diagrams of construction techniques and procedures, complete sample contract, and more
* Charts and graphs with financial analyses, demographic information, and important statistical data
* BOT examples from many different countries, including the United States, Britain, Japan, the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, and Mexico
* A broad spectrum of project typesfrom tunnel construction to highways and more
* Important guidance on keeping projects on time and on budget
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Table of Contents
The Global Move Toward Public/Private Partnerships.
Toll Roads in AmericaAn Old Concept Updated.
The Dulles Greenway.
Caltrans and the Public/Private Sector Projects.
Washington State and ArizonaWhat Went Wrong?
South Carolina's Partnerships for Progress.
Canada and the Canadian Atlantic Provinces.
Great Britain Host to BOT and DBFO.
Trafalgar House, A World Leader in Public/Private-Sector Work.
The Channel Tunnel.
Kumagai Gumi, Japan's Leading BOT Participant.
From the Dardenelles to Durban.
The Philippines and Its BOT Vision of the Future.
From Indonesia to ThailandAnd in Between.
Mexico and Its Latin Neighbors.
What Does the Future Hold?
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