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Search Results: Public-Private Partnership (P3) Financing\Structures
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Public-Private Partnership (P3) Procurement: A Guide for Public OwnersMembers only Login
This Public-Private Partnership Procurement Guide (Guidebook) provides advanced guidance on procedures, issues, and considerations involved in public-private partnership (P3) procurement of surface transportation projects, with a focus on highway...
Understanding the Risks and Rewards of P3sMembers only Login
This resource helps readers grasp the basics of public-private partnerships, risk management, risk allocation, and the role of policymakers in P3s. It first appeared in the Governing Guide to Financial Literacy, Volume 3.
GASB Draft P3 and Availability Payment Arrangements Members only Login
The Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) is responsible for (1) establishing and improving standards of state and local governmental accounting and financial reporting to provide useful information to users of financial reports and (2)...
Avoiding the Potholes: U.S. P3s and Takeaways for Investors and Grantors Members only Login
This recent report from Fitch Ratings highlights the completion risk inherent in new P3 projects. While most projects were successful meeting and, in some cases, beating construction schedules and budgets, several struggled in the completion phase...
Public Private Partnerships in Ohio for Infrastructure, Transportation, Energy & Development Projects Members only Login
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. As budgets are stretched and new rules are created, it can be...
Innovative Infrastructure Finance in Missouri: Public-Private Partnerships Members only Login
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...
Public Private Partnerships: An OverviewMembers 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. Casey Bolton from Commonwealth Economics presents case studies and explores proven...
Financing P-3 Projects on a Tax-Exempt BasisMembers 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. John Egan from Frost Brown Todd presents case studies and explores proven approaches...
Public Private Partnerships: The Fundamentals You Need to KnowMembers 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. Leigh Powers from the Commonwealth of Kentucky explores the fundamentals of P3s in...
Infrastructure Finance in New York & New Jersey - KeyBanc Capital MarketsMembers only Login
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...
Public Private Partnerships to Support Water InfrastructureMembers only Login
Jong Sook Nee from McManimon, Scotland & Baumann and Stephen Auton-Smith from Ernst & Young Infrastructure Advisors present on public-private partnerships and financing water infrastructure.
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...
Longmont: Financing Brownfields Clean-Up and Build-UpMembers only Login
The cleanup and redevelopment of brownfield sites can advance a region's economy, restore local environment, and ultimately lead to permanent job creation and greater attraction of external capital to the community. During this session, the city of...
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...
John Warner, Re-establishing Seafood Processing in the Port of Brookings Harbor Members only Login
John Warner discussed current private-public partnerships in Oregon and examples of project financing.
Peter Mitchell, Economic Development Through PartnershipsMembers only Login
Peter Mitchell presented a case study of financial collaboration while exploring economic development through partnerships.
Innovative Development with Public Private Partnerships (P3)Members only Login
As budgets are stretched at all levels, it can be difficult to pull together funding for necessary infrastructure improvements. Kara Woods (City of Grand Rapids) and Ian Koffler (Miller, Canfield, Paddock, & Stone, PLC) examine case studies and...
Project Delivery MethodsMembers only Login
Bills Downs, National Architect, of the USDA Rural Development gives a brief overview of construction methods, project financing, and best practices.
Expanding the Market for Infrastructure Public-Private Partnerships: Alternative Risk and Profit Sharing Approaches to Align Sponsor and Investor InterestsMembers only Login
In this report by the U.S. Department of the Treasury, the potential benefits of public-private partnerships (P3s)in infrastructure investment. This paper presents three alternative incentive structures for P3 contracts.
Expanding Our Nation’s Infrastructure through P3Members only Login
U.S. Dept. of the Treasury released this report, outlining the economic case for expanding the sources of investment in our nation's infrastructure by increasing public private partnership (P3) in infrastructure development and financing.
House Findings and Recommendations on P3sMembers only Login
The report noted that Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA) loans and Private Activity Bonds (PABs) are a critical elements of P3 financing for infrastructure because they lower the cost of capital for projects, making...
The Emerging P3 Financing Model in TexasMembers only Login
Tim Merriweather of Banister Group LLC discusses the Public and Texas infrastructure challenge and why P3 can be a component toward a successful project.
P3 Revolution or Evolution: Legislation, Models, Successes & TrendsMembers only Login
Several groups collaborated to present an overview of public-private partnership financing, efficiencies, state enabling legislation, risk exposure, deal structures and much more.
P3 - Understanding Public/Private PartnershipsMembers only Login
Daniel McRae with Seyfarth Shaw discusses P3 deals, specifically focusing on financing models where an agreement between a public agency and private partner is created to support the construction and development or ongoing operations and maintenance...
Public Private Partnerships - Emerging as Key Infrastructure Financing Model
Katie Kramer at CDFA shares an exciting financing model, public-private partnerships, as a solution to state and local governments across the nation facing increased fiscal challenges.
Public Private Partnerships: A PrimerMembers only Login
Brian Walsh from Ballard Spahr explains the benefits of P3 financing, multiple models, and several case studies.
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