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The Office of Performance Based Infrastructure (PBIO)’s mission is to improve the lives of Denver residents by leveraging private sector financing and expertise to innovatively meet the city’s needs for new public infrastructure and to improve our existing facilities. The PBI Office will oversee partnerships with the private sector to complete major infrastructure projects and other programs through long-term, performance-based procurements commonly referred to as public-private partnerships, or P3s.

Current Requests For Qualifications

Denver Issues RFQ for the National Western Center Triangle Project!

The City and County of Denver Performance Based Infrastructure Office released a request for qualifications kicking off the competitive solicitation process for the previously announced National Western Center Triangle Project. The City is soliciting a Developer to design, build, finance, operate, and maintain approximately $528 million in public facilities, including construction of a 10,000 seat arena, exposition hall, and rehabilitation of the historic 1909 stadium arena building, which the City intends to adaptively reuse as a public market, as well as supporting parking and associated infrastructure. The project also includes approximately 42 acres of property for private real estate development. The National Western Center campus is expected to draw over 1.1 million new visitors annually.

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Performance-Based Infrastructure Office

Chris Pacheco, Deputy Chief Projects Officer

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