In our recent article looking at smaller projects and the P3 industry, we considered the challenges faced by investors and advisors in structuring a classic P3 on projects under $100m. Here, Public Facilities Group (PFG) outlines how a different approach can yield results
Coast to coast, continent to continent, we’ve seen activity all over the Americas in P3 this week. We’ve had winners and shortlists announced, as well as an interesting study into what makes P3s valuable.
A mixed picture for P3s across the Americas as deputy editor Jonathan Davies provides a run-down of this week’s key activity.
The US may have some of the world’s largest P3 projects, but there is a growing clamor from investors to make smaller schemes economically viable
The 2022 federal elections may force closer collaboration between the parties - and energy infrastructure could benefit
There is growing consensus around the benefits that a global taxation system could bring to governments around the world. But how would such a premise affect the P3 market?
With the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), President Joe Biden promised to kickstart an infrastructure decade, but nobody expected what would happen in its first year. What’s happening now: progress, puncture or pause?
The team behind P3 Bulletin talk over a busy month in the US markets and more, including the P3 Awards and World Bank annual meeting.
Experts at the P3 Hub in New York discussed the role of P3 in the delivery of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure
Deputy Editor Jonathan Davies talks with the Build America Center's Qingbin Cui on how it is helping to build the next wave of P3s. From aiding new local authorities on their first projects to facing down issues such as Value for Money, the center is at the heart of implementing the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA).
The state department has come out with a new plan to deliver its P3 bridge replacement program - but it comes at a cost