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.
The State of Illinois is looking for consultants to help assess a potential P3 for the One Central Chicago development.
The Bogota Metro Company and the National Development Financing Agency are set to host an industry day in New York next week.
Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and the Ministry of Transportation (MTO) have released a request for qualifications (RFQ) to prequalify project teams to deliver the QEW Garden City Skyway - Bridge Twinning project in the Regional Municipality of Niagara, Ontario.
The private activity bonds (PABs) underpinning the North Tarrant Expressway P3 have been given an upgrade by ratings agency Moody’s thanks to a strong performance on the open segments.
INPP has acquired a portfolio of PPP projects in New Zealand, its first investment in the country.
The City of Lviv, Ukraine, has agreed plans to deliver a new parking project through a PPP.
Sojitz and Plenary have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that will see them look to expand collaboration opportunities in PPP and infrastructure projects across Australia, Asia and the Middle East.
Developer John Laing has installed an acting chief executive after incumbent Ben Loomes announced his intention to resign.
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has unveiled a package of measures aimed at boosting the UK’s financial services sector, including efforts to encourage more investment in infrastructure assets.