Board leadership of the PCIDs and PBA present a formal resolution to Governor Nathan Deal at the Capitol on Monday, July 27th, regarding the voluntary commitment of $10-million from property owners and the PCIDs, to cover part of the initial project construction costs of the $1.1-billion reconstruction of the I-285/Georgia 400 interchanges. The PCIDs will transmit the funds in early 2017, after ground is broken on the project. The new interchange is expected to be open for use in 2020. "We celebrate a major historic milestone to move forward in infrastructure delivery for the state," said Yvonne Williams, CEO of the PCIDs.
Pictured left to right - Kay Younglove, Jones Lang LaSalle; John Heagy, Hines; Steve Slifer, United Parcel Service; Governor Nathan Deal; Yvonne Williams, PCIDs; Allen Nelson, Crawford & Company; Cody Partin, Cox Enterprises and Bob Voyles, Seven Oaks.