About the LBJ Express
LBJ Infrastructure Group (LBJIG) is led by Cintra US, a world leader in private-sector development of transportation infrastructure, and Meridiam Infrastructure, a global public-private partnership investor and developer of public facilities. LBJIG also includes the Dallas Police and Fire Pension System. The contractor for the project is Trinity Infrastructure, a collaboration between Ferrovial Agroman and Texas-based Webber. The LBJIG firms together employ more than 2,000 Texans and will integrate more than 100 other Texas companies and their employees into the project.
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About Cintra US
Based in Austin, Texas, Cintra US is the American arm of Cintra, one of the leading private-sector transportation infrastructure companies in the world with experience spanning 40 years of innovative highway development on three continents. Today its portfolio includes nearly 2,000 miles of managed highways worldwide, representing a total global investment in traffic congestion improvements of more than $25 billion. Cintra is part of Madrid-based Ferrovial, a global powerhouse and Fortune 500 company that owns and manages major infrastructure assets, including London’s Heathrow Airport and several other major airports in the United Kingdom. Ferrovial is also the lead private operator of the London Underground transportation system. In the United States, Ferrovial employs more than 12,000 people.
About Meridiam Infrastructure
Meridiam is a major investor in public infrastructure projects involving transportation, education and healthcare, with a commitment to improving the fabric of the communities where it invests. Meridiam is one of the largest PPP Greenfield investors/developers in the market. Its family of 25-year funds aligns the long-term interests of the communities and governments it serves, as well as the natural asset life and investor interests. Meridiam also recently reached financial close on the Port of Miami Tunnel Project in Florida and the University of Montreal Medical Research Center.
About the Dallas Police and Fire Pension System
Created by the City of Dallas in 1916, the Dallas Police and Fire Pension System (DPFPS) represents 9,000 members and their families. The System provides benefits exclusively for retired Dallas police officers and firefighters, and upon their death, for their qualified survivors. The System’s funding comes from member contributions, city contributions and investment returns, and is administered by a 12-member Board of Trustees, consisting of three active police officers, three active firefighters, one police officer pensioner, one firefighter pensioner, and four Dallas City Council members.
About Trinity Infrastructure LLC
Trinity Infrastructure LLC is a partnership between Ferrovial–Agroman and W.W. Webber LLC, a leading Texas construction company with more than 40 years of civil engineering experience and expertise in the U.S. market. The Texas-based Webber constructs works from roads to urban airports, including initial construction, refurbishment and maintenance.