All the winners have been celebrating their success at the most prestigious night in P3, held at the Edison Ballroom in New York.
Opening the event, P3 Bulletin editor Paul Jarvis said: “It is vitally important that we not only celebrate the winners tonight, but make sure that the message gets out as to why these projects have been successful, and how they are changing lives for the better in communities across the Americas.”
Plenary Americas walked away with three awards, including the Sponsor/Developer of the Year prize. It was also rewarded for its efforts on Canada’s Gatineau 2 project and the William H. Gray III 30th Street Station Redevelopment, both of which won their categories.
It was also a good evening for Fengate Asset Management, which picked up the Equity Fund Manager of the Year Award, while project director Brandey McDonald was singled out as a Future Leader, and Valerie Blinch was named Leading Woman in Infrastructure.
Infrastructure Ontario won the Culture & Diversity category, while the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey took home the Public Sector Promoter/Procurer of the Year prize for its pioneering work on the JFK Airport transformation program.
At the end of the night, KPMG’s Andrew Garbutt was presented with the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award.
Reflecting on the way in which P3s continue to deliver huge benefits to society, P3 Bulletin deputy editor Jonathan Davies told the audience: “Great leaps are being taken in DEI and project involvement…infrastructure is showing that it can leverage its heft to build a bright future.”
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