Metropolitan Washington Airport Authority

Dulles International Airport

Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project: Design-Build Contract for Phase I

By resolution approved on June 6, 2007, The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Board of Directors authorized the Airports Authority to enter into a contract to construct Phase I of the Dulles Corridor Metrorail project. On July 23, 2008, The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Board of Directors approved a resolution authorizing the Airports Authority to update the previously approved contract.

Below is a copy of the Terms and Conditions of the executed contract which consolidates all items of the original contract and the amendments through July 25, 2008, including the contract exhibits.

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Redaction Tables

The redactions that have been made are limited as evidenced by the following tables. The Airports Authority and the Commonwealth must protect their financial interests as well as those of Fairfax and Loudoun Counties as local funding partners. Therefore, the redactions are only in the sections of the contract that address (i) future competitive procurement processes that will be used to acquire various items identified as allowances such as track work, station finishes, and automatic train control, (ii) the insurance limits information in the contractor’s proposed insurance program, (iii) insurance cost information and (iv) the personal names of key individuals as a protection of their individual privacy.

                                                    Contract Articles
Article       Reference point           Reason Remarks
14.1.6 (d) Line 8 & 9 Proprietary Amount allows computation of pricing information that is confidential.
22.1.4 Excess Liability Insurance dollar amounts Proprietary and potentially harmful to (MWAA) interest Insurance limits were part of proprietary program; amounts acceptable to MWAA and greater than required by Fairfax County.
22.6 The "Guarantors" Proprietary Information reflects specific business relationship of DTP shareholders.
29.2.1 (d) Individual Names Privacy of Individuals

 

                                                     Contract Exhibits

Exhibit Reference point Reason Remarks
6.3 (b) Appearance of redactions throughout  These are not actual redactions - this exhibit is a form where blackened areas are intended to be displayed as blank areas. This form is incorporated by reference into Exhibit 6.3(a).
8.1 Individual Names Proprietary Assignments Specific identification of individuals and key positions is proprietary to DTP.
14.1.1 Lines 1-17 Subcontract Allowances Funding Partners Proprietary and potentially harmful to (MWAA) interest The estimated amounts for individual allowances for subcontracts could affect bidding strategies of future competitors.
Exhibit 14.1.3 Paragraph 3.1 Unit Prices Proprietary Unit Prices for specific items are proprietary pricing information.
14.1.6 (a) Paragraphs A & B Pricing information throughout Proprietary Amount allows computation of pricing information that is confidential.
22.6 Exhibit redacted in its entirety Proprietary Information reflects specific business relationship of DTP shareholders.
24.1 Individual Names Privacy of Individuals