Amy Lloyd joined ACS in 2013 and has over 16 years of experience in infrastructure and project finance. In her role as Executive Vice President she oversees all of the financing aspects of ACS’ North American portfolio which boasts 10 large-scale transportation P3 projects and has been part of ACS’s recent successful closing of the SH-288 managed lanes project in Texas, the Porstmouth Bypass Project in Ohio, the New Bridge for the St Lawrence (the Champlain Bridge) in Quebec, the Eglinton Crosstown LRT in Ontario, and other current North American pursuits, including , the Southwest Calgary Ring Road Project and the Edmonton LRT project both in Alberta, the I-70E in Coloardo and the LAX Automated People Mover Project in California. Amy is responsible for sourcing competitive and innovative financing solutions for ACS’s projects in North America, and overseeing its existing portfolio which, in addition to the projects listed above, includes: the Autoroute 30 (Montreal, Quebec); The Confederation Line (Ottawa, Ontario); Northeast Anthony Henday Drive (Edmonton, Alberta); the Right Honourable Herb Gray Parkway (Windsor, Ontario); South Fraser Perimeter Road (Vancouver, British Columbia); and I-595 Corridor Roadway Improvements (Florida - USA).Amy holds a Masters in Applied Finance and a Bachelor of Mathematics.
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