Virginia is taking bold action to move more people with fewer cars by giving them more transportation choices that will save time and money and improve the environment.
Tysons Corner, VA (PRWEB) December 12, 2012
Phillip Burks, Disadvantaged Business Enterprise, Program Manager of Fluor-Lane 95 LLC, started off the seminar by discussing the credit needs of subcontractors working on local transportation projects. Chris Mfume from the US Department of Transportation continued the session by talking about the purposes and objectives of the program, the program’s history and the benefits to the subcontractor. Blair Horne, Commercial Loan Officer at Virginia Heritage Bank, finished the meeting with some of the bank’s history, SBA financing, examples of clients in the program and our involvement with the USDOT STLP. There were approximately fifteen attendees who engaged in the seminar while enjoying lunch catered by New York Deli and a Q&A session for all of the speakers.
The I-95/395 HOT lanes proposed project is the result of a public-private partnership between VDOT and Fluor-Transurban. Under this partnership agreement, VDOT would own and oversee the lanes and Fluor-Transurban would build, operate and provide routine maintenance on them. Governor McDonnell said “Virginia is taking bold action to move more people with fewer cars by giving them more transportation choices that will save time and money and improve the environment.” To learn more, please visit: http://www.vamegaprojects.com/faqsdocuments/i95395-hot-lanes-documents/
Virginia Heritage Bank, headquartered in Tysons Corner, with total assets of $757 million serves Northern Virginia and surrounding communities, with branches in Fairfax, Gainesville, Chantilly, Tysons Corner and Dulles Town Center. VHB is a full service bank providing an array of retail and commercial financial services.
David P. Summers