In a statement, Catherine Cronin, senior vice president of Parsons’ connected communities business unit, highlighted that this would be the first implementation of the project delivery partner model in the U.S. and said their team “has the experience to deliver an important update to a centuty-old rail tunnel that is relied on by hundreds of thousands of commuters every day.” Representatives from the other teams did not immediately share comments on their inclusion. 

The request for qualifications drew “a robust response,” says Stephen Sigmund, head of public outreach for Gateway. But he declined to say how many firms or teams responded to the RFQ call.

The project delivery partner would provide technical, managerial, financial and organizational experience to help receive federal funding and efficiently deliver the project, commission officials have said. 

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