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.
Episode 8: A Canadian special as we reflect on the 30th annual CCPPP conference in Toronto; including the challenges facing the market and analyzing the Ottawa LRT Commission’s report
The team report from Canada this episode after a busy and different Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships Annual Conference in Toronto. From O&M to progressive P3s, Canada continues to drive conversations, and the market, forward.
A mixed picture for P3s across the Americas as deputy editor Jonathan Davies provides a run-down of this week’s key activity.
Episode 5: Sleepless in New York; the P3 Awards; the rise of smaller projects; and what happened at the World Bank anual meeting
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.
Episode 4: Qingbin Cui Interview discussing the Build America Center; tackling Value for Money; supporting local authorities on their P3 journey
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
The upcoming climate bill increases the urgency of new electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure and presents a new front for the P3 industry, says deputy editor Jonathan Davies.
Is Biden’s gas tax holiday a serious policy failure, or a brilliant long-term masterplan, asks Paul Jarvis
Gregory V. Johnson, counsel at Squire Patton Boggs, discusses the significant opportunities opened up by Colorado’s new P3 legislation
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) came into force seven months ago, but what has this meant for P3s and when will we see the fruits, wonders Jonathan Davies
Adam Margolin, chair of the infrastructure & P3 practice at Quarles & Brady, outlines the potential created by the proposed P3 Act in Illinois
P3 businesses are increasingly looking to bolster their presence in Miami and South Florida as the region is set to be a hotbed of infrastructure opportunity
The progressive bid model can reduce risk and costs, and speed up infrastructure P3 projects, say Bracewell partners Fernando Rodriguez Marin and Nicolai J Sarad
Mary Scott Nabers, president and CEO, Strategic Partnerships
Deputy Editor Jonathan Davies reports on the key trends emerging from the P3C event in Dallas last week
P3 Bulletin is excited to finally be back with an in-person conference next month, and we’re expecting some interesting discussions as the industry gets together
While the full effect of President Joe Biden’s infrastructure package will take years to be felt, it has already started to have a stimulus impact
Editor Paul Jarvis takes a look at some of the trends of 2021, and where the market is heading in 2022 and beyond
Plans for trillion dollar infrastructure investment may be eye-catching, but getting projects built on the ground needs to be the priority today
Carmen Wade, Head of North America, Operis financial advisory
The American Legion Bridge P3 project in Maryland is back on track, but the reasons it was nearly derailed will still be prevalent on other projects
A Boon to the Municipal Green Bond Market? Sarah Christian, of Counsel, Winstead PC
A growing clamor for P3s to be used to underpin the federal government’s infrastructure aspirations could work against the model in the long term
Sarah A. W. Fitts, Schiff Hardin and board member of the NY chapter of Women’s Infrastructure Network. Sameera Gadiyaram, JLC Infrastructure and a member of WIN’s NY chapter junior board
Suhrita Sen, founder and principal of Infrastructure Advisors
Deputy Editor Jonathan Davies takes a look at how the Aloha State is trying moving on from its failed P3 procurement last year
President Joe Biden’s Executive Order on prisons may be an opportunity, not the death knell for private involvement in the sector, says Paul Jarvis
After a torrid 2020, The Old Line State closed the year in a strong way, says senior reporter Jonathan Davies
Kimm Krueger, vice president of sales & business development at Commerce Decisions, explains the importance of getting procurement right from the outset
The likes of Facebook, Google and Microsoft have all come in contact with P3s but are we about to see a shift in their usage, asks senior reporter Jonathan Davies
David Keniry considers why Ireland could be the Apple of investors’ eyes
Senior Reporter Jonathan Davies wonders whether P3s can help bring connectivity to North America’s rural communities
The course of 2020 has been far from predictable, but the legacy of the global pandemic offers a huge opportunity for infrastructure. It’s why Paul Jarvis is excited to be back
Operis associate director Charles-André Gonthier on how colleges in the US are increasingly turning to partnerships to safeguard their utility supply.
Fitch Ratings expects to see an increase in public private partnerships (P3s) to address aging utility infrastructure at colleges and university campuses over the next several years.
Lisa Buglione, executive director at AIAI, explains why investing in communities through infrastructure worked before and it is still working now.
How to advance P3s through collaborative education, by Lee U’Ren, director at the Institute for Public Private Partnerships (IP3)
Louis Gunnigan from Technological University Dublin on how different jurisdictions are opening up construction sites.
Can P3 demonstrate ‘superior efficiency’ and if not, what comes next? By Dejan Makovšek, Project Manager and Infrastructure Procurement Lead at the International Transport Forum, OECD
Fredric W. Kessler, Partner at Nossaman, presents the case for adequate public transportation funding during the Covid-19 pandemic
Lee A. Weintraub, chair, P3 practice group, Becker & Poliakoff
COVID-19 disruptions, force majeure and relief events, by partner Meagan T. Bachman and counsel Gregory V. Johnson from Squire Patton Boggs
The perfect storm emerging from the COVID-19 crisis is shaping up to be an epic challenge for the infrastructure delivery sector, says P3 Bulletin’s David Keniry
The future of infrastructure funding in the US may be uncertain, but creative P3 solutions are on the rise, reports Kirsty-Anne Jasper
Mary Scott Nabers, president and CEO of Strategic Partnerships
Marshall Macomber president of ThinkP3 and Senior Policy Advisor for the Association for the Improvement of American Infrastructure (AIAI).
Recent years have been tumultuous ones for US colleges and universities, discuss Lindsay Stowell, executive vice president and Matthew Do, senior vice president at JLL
Emerging Procurement Models are addressing falling rates of complex construction projects, says Grenville Riley; managing director, concessions, at one of Canada’s largest employee-owned construction companies, Graham
Partnerships Bulletin’s Kirsty-Anne Jasper looks at how public-private funding is an infrastructure issue for the British Royal Family