Ashley Remillard

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Ashley Remillard advises clients on the National Environmental Policy Act and the Endangered Species Act with respect to significant contributors to ecosystem decline in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. Ms. Remillard also works on issues pertaining to the development of habitat conservation plans under the ESA, including the development of the Bay Delta Conservation Plan and the related NEPA analysis.Ms. Remillard's environmental experience is complemented by her experience in public agency and public contract law, construction and procurement law, and innovative project delivery methods. Prior to joining Nossaman's Environment & Land Use Practice Group, she was a member of the firm's Infrastructure Practice Group. As a member of that group, she has been the primary associate on large-scale public procurements requiring client contact, day-to-day project management, and coordination of document production. Her responsibilities included drafting procurement and contract documents for design-build and public-private partnership projects. She was also a member of the team working for the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority on possible use of public-private partnerships for development of transit projects.

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On January 14, 2013, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Federal Transit Administration (FTA) issued guidance on Section 1319 of the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21), Pub. L. 112-141, July 6, 2012.  MAP-21 is a measure that reauthorizes transportation funding through the end of 2014, and is the product of a robust effort by transportation advocates to streamline the lengthy, complex, and cumbersome federal environmental process.  As we reported here
On June 1, the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) announced the shortlist of qualified proposers for the West by Northwest Project.  The three shortlisted teams are eligible to receive the Request for Proposals for the project, which is expected to be issued in the fall. The selected teams are as follows: The West by Northwest Development Partners Equity: VINCI Concessions and OHL Concesiones. Lead Contractors: Archer Western Contractors, OHL USA and the Hubbard Construction Company.…
A recent independent report on the Georgia Department of Transportation’s West by Northwest Project indicates that the project will result in significant economic benefits to the Atlanta region and statewide. Prepared by the Fiscal Research Center at Georgia State University, the report focused on the short-term effects of the project and found: The project will result in an estimated 9,705 private sector jobs in Georgia (including 9,169 jobs in the Atlanta metro region) that would not…
On February 11, 2010, the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) posted a Notice of Intent to Issue a Request for Qualifications for the West by Northwest Project.  The notice of intent marks the initiation of GDOT’s first P3 project under its new P3 program.  The notice of intent, is available on online at http://ssl.doas.state.ga.us/PRSapp/PublicBidNotice?bid_op=1048400NOI-484-050310P3.  GDOT intends to award a concession to design, construct, finance, operate and maintain a 29-mile segment  of managed lanes along I-75 …