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Search Results: Infrastructure Finance
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Infrastructure Finance in New York & New Jersey - KeyBanc Capital Markets
Just as infrastructure development acts as a catalyst for economic growth, it is also changing the landscape for potential investors and the expanding field of infrastructure finance. Infrastructure systems for transportation, utilities, and public...
Investing in Growing Opportunities Throughout Kentucky
Bill McCloskey from the Governor's Office of Agricultural Policy discusses growing investment opportunities around Kentucky.
Miami-Dade County, FL to Receive $79M Through WIFIA LoanMembers only Login
Miami-Dade County Water and Sewer Department will use a $79 million WIFIA loan to construct fourteen new injection wells at three wastewater treatment plants to be used for effluent discharges. This project is one of twelve initial projects selected...
San Francisco to Receive $625M WIFIA Loan for Water Treatment PlantMembers only Login
San Francisco Public Utility Commission plans to replace its existing, outdated 60-year old solids treatment facilities with new facilities. This project will be funded in part through a $625 million WIFIA loan and is one of the first 12 projects...
P3 Infrastructure Delivery: Principles for State LegislaturesMembers only Login
This policy brief is designed to supplement existing National Conference of State Legislatures resources on P3s. Informed heavily by the NCSL Foundation Partnership on Multi-Sector P3s, this report attempts to connect concepts from the NCSL P3...
Northampton County P3 Transaction OverviewMembers only Login
Northampton County, PA is the first for a Pennsylvania municipality employing a public-private partnership model for the replacement and rehabilitation of county bridges. This overview from Norris McLaughlin & Marcus outlines the project and the...
CDFA // BNY Mellon Webcast Series: Financing the Nation’s Transportation Needs One Community at a TimeMembers only Login
Federal, state, and local funding for transportation is woefully inadequate to cover the costs of maintenance and improvements needed. Although this subject is often discussed on a national level, it often remains a local issue for local communities...
Non-CIF WTAD Funded ProjectsMembers only Login
Tax Allocation Districts (TADs) are established to propel investment by financing redevelopment in blighted areas. In Georgia, these districts have catalyzed innovative growth and groundbreaking projects throughout the state. Jennifer Fine with...
Warner Robins Tax Allocation District OverviewMembers only Login
Tax Allocation Districts (TADs) are established to propel investment by financing redevelopment in blighted areas. In Georgia, these districts have catalyzed innovative growth and groundbreaking projects throughout the state. Charles Whatley with...
State and Federal Development Finance ProgramsMembers only Login
Industry experts from around the state and from various federal agencies will discuss development finance programs and their potential to spur job creation and growth in the economic development industry.
Creative Infrastructure Financing ApproachesMembers only Login
As budgets are stretched and new rules are created, it can be difficult to pull together funding for necessary infrastructure improvements and community facilities. Adam Pope explores proven approaches for financing rail/freight intermodal facility...
Construction Risk in Privately-Financed Public Infrastructure ProjectsMembers only Login
This rating methodology explains Moody’s approach to assessing credit risk for privately-financed public infrastructure (PFI/PPP/P3) projects in construction globally. This document is intended to provide general guidance that helps companies,...
The Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) Program Members only Login
In recent years, policymakers have considered several legislative options to help finance water infrastructure projects, including projects to build and upgrade wastewater and drinking water treatment systems. This report examines one particular...
WIFIA Letter of Interest Submission and Project SelectionMembers only Login
Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) Letter of Interest Submission and Project Selection - Learn about the process for prospective borrowers to submit a WIFIA letter of interest and for EPA to evaluate them.
Financing Water and Wastewater Projects with Tax-Exempt BondsMembers only Login
This guidebook, published by Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, provides an overview of issues relating to the financing of water and wastewater projects in general and financing with tax-exempt bonds in particular.
WIFIA and the US Water Infrastructure GapMembers only Login
The Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act, “WIFIA,” is a funding mechanism that was enacted to address the US water infrastructure gap. WIFIA aims to encourage private investment in public water infrastructure projects, and the EPA...
The ICA GreenRise CenterMembers only Login
Combining multiple incentives successfully requires attention to detail and often some creative structuring. Identifying program requirements and balancing the applicable incentives are steps that must be established early on for any potential...
The Latest in Illinois P3 DealsMembers only Login
As budgets are stretched and new rules are created, it can be difficult to pull together funding for necessary infrastructure improvements and community facilities. Rob Winner with Seyfarth Shaw LLP presents case students and explores proven...
The Latest in Illinois P3s - Transit TIFMembers only Login
As budgets are stretched and new rules are created, it can be difficult to pull together funding for necessary infrastructure improvements and community facilities. Fran Rood with SB Friedman Development Advisors presents case students and discusses...
MIssouri's New Markets Tax CreditsMembers only Login
Missouri’s New Markets Tax Credits program helps to finance investments in low-income communities and serves as a companion program to federal New Markets Tax Credits. This financing resource can make a difference in catalyzing business and real...
Tools for Port Authority Transportation Reinvestment Zones (TRZ) and TRZs for Multimodal Applications Members only Login
Transportation reinvestment zone (TRZ) that allows local governments to set aside local match contributions for the transportation projects most critical to their communities. TRZs create transportation project funding by capturing and leveraging...
Texas Economy Market Watch- Members only Login
How is Texas’ economy fairing? What economic development trends are economists, bankers and other professionals experiencing throughout the state? Mark Hays with Dallas County Community College District discusses the state’s economic development...
Creative Financing Strategies in Texas- TIRZ and In-City MUDMembers only Login
Unique development financing solutions are increasingly sought after to complete projects of all sizes, and it is often necessary to find creative approaches that involve combining multiple financing tools. Anthony Michael with AngelouEconomics...
Creative Financing Strategies in Texas- Members only Login
Unique development financing solutions are increasingly sought after to complete projects of all sizes, and it is often necessary to find creative approaches that involve combining multiple financing tools. Sue Hounsel with the City of Dallas...
Rural Development Financing Programs- Texas Department of AgricultureMembers only Login
Urban communities like Austin and Dallas are not the only places looking for help to fund economic development. Texas is filled with rural communities and small towns that are also in need of financing strategies. These areas face unique development...
State Agency Involvement in Hawaii's Transit-Oriented DevelopmentMembers only Login
This report recommends ways that Hawaii state agencies can leverage transit-oriented development (TOD) to maximize benefits to the State of Hawaii.
Grant Anticipation Revenue Vehicles (GARVEEs)Members only Login
The Center for Innovative Finance Support summarizes GARVEEs as debt-financing instruments repaid with future Federal-aid funds. As of December 2016, 25 States and 3 territories have issued over $20.4 billion in GARVEEs. Projects financed with...
CDFA // BNY Mellon Webcast Series: Opportunities and Advancements in Water FinanceMembers only Login
During this installment of the CDFA // BNY Mellon Development Finance Webcast Series, learn from expert speakers Jordan Dorfman from the EPA, Tyler Old from PFM, John DeLuca from CoBank, and Jong Sook Nee from McManimon, Scotland & Baumann, LLC as...
Port of Authority of New York and New Jersey ReformMembers only Login
This report from the Manhattan Institute proposes the Port of Authority of New York and New Jersey cease to own or operate transportation infrastructure, instead planning and regulating an array of concession companies who would be held accountable...
Strengthening Ohio's Water Infrastructure: Financing and PolicyMembers only Login
This report is written by the Greater Ohio Policy Center in fulfillment of a grant from the Ohio Water Development Authority (OWDA) to the Greater Ohio Policy Center (GOPC) to examine new and innovative financing techniques for water, wastewater,...
Top 40 Significant Transportation and Water Infrastructure ProjectsMembers only Login
To highlight the benefits of infrastructure investment and its potential impact on the economy, Treasury, on behalf of the Build America Investment Initiative, commissioned a study identifying 40 proposed transportation and water infrastructure...
CDFA // BNY Mellon Webcast Series: Capturing the Success of High Performing DFA'sMembers only Login
This month’s CDFA // BNY Mellon Development Finance Webcast Series on Capturing the Success of High Performing DFA's featured Tim Fisher of CDFA, Paul Toth of Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority, Gary Smith of Chester County Economic Development...
WIFIA Project Approval and Closing
Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) Project Approval and Closing - Learn about application submission and evaluation, term sheet development, and closing.
WIFIA Project SelectionMembers only Login
Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) Project Selection - Learn about the application and selection process, including the letter of interest components, selection criteria and their weights, and preliminary creditworthiness and...
Administration Transition Paper: Unlocking Development Finance Capital in the United States to Create Jobs & Increase Private Investment
With the 2016 Presidential election finalized, the development finance industry is excited to move forward with recommendations and innovative strategies for unlocking access to capital. The ideas offered in this transition paper provide a roadmap...
WIFIA Program OverviewMembers only Login
Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) Program Overview - Learn about the WIFIA program's eligibility and statutory requirements, loan terms and conditions, and credit policies.
Jamie Rhodes-Utilizing Resilience Bonds in CaliforniaMembers only Login
Jamie Rhodes discussed how to capture insurance benefits from resilient infrastructure projects.
Larry Kosmont, EIFDs & CRIAs Do They Fill the TIF Void?Members only Login
Larry Kosmont from Kosmont companies look at the how enhanced infrastructure financing districts (EIFDs) and community revitalization and investment authorities (CRIAs) can be used to fill the TIF void in California.
CDFA // BNY Mellon Webcast Series: Post-Election Development Finance LandscapeMembers only Login
This month’s CDFA // BNY Mellon Development Finance Webcast Series on the post-election development finance landscape featured Toby Rittner of CDFA, Eric Silva of North South Government Strategies, George Friedlander of George Friedlander...
Addressing the Challenge of Aging Water Infrastructure Through Science and InnovationMembers only Login
The U.S. population is increasing and shifting geographically. Communities across the country are facing challenges in making costly upgrades and repairs to their aging water infrastructure, which includes drinking water and wastewater conveyance...
Economics and LID PracticesMembers only Login
Low Impact Development (LID) represents one of the most progressive trends in the area of stormwater management and water quality. This approach involves utilizing strategies to control precipitation as close to its source as possible in order to...
Financing Sustainable Water InfrastructureMembers only Login
New financing models and pricing flexibility, which are necessary to pay for new infrastructure and to support legacy systems, provide enormous opportunity for positive transformation necessary to keep pace with the rapid changes being experienced...
Transformative Revitalization - Boston LandingMembers only Login
Development Finance Authority, Mass Development, uses Public-Private Partnership, Bonds, TIF, Special Assessment, Brownfields Clean Up, and Tax Credits to redevelop the former Slaughterhouse District into the New Boston Landing.
Public-Private Partnerships for Critical InfrastructureMembers only Login
Dan Massiello of Kosmont Companies and Jong Sook Nee of McManimon, Scotland & Baumann, LLC, review case studies in New Jersey and California on public-private partnerships for infrastructure.
CenterPoint Joliet Intermodal CenterMembers only Login
Rich Frampton from Illinois Finance Authority provides insight into the use of US DOT private activity bonds for surface freight transfer facilities.
Measuring the Impact of Water Quality InitiativesMembers only Login
The primary finding of this study is that the Fund for Lake Michigan has had a very positive, demonstrable economic impact in the southeastern region of Wisconsin. Data suggests that, if funded in the same manner, the Fund should continue to have a...
Washington's Constitutional Limitations for Economic Development FinanceMembers only Login
Hugh Spitzer, member at Foster Pepper PLLC, covers Washington's constitutional limitations for economic development finance.
Non-Traditonal Financing StrategiesMembers only Login
Shannon Scutari, President of Scutari & Co., LLC, shares non-traditional financing strategies for expansion in Arizona.
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