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Does end of Old Cardinal Stadium at fairgrounds mark beginning of something new?

The new executive overseeing the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville said this week that Old Cardinal Stadium should be demolished early next year, but leaders have not yet said what will replace it.

Indiana Governor Announces 2019 Infrastructure Plan

Indiana’s new $1 billion infrastructure investment plan will be used to fund rural internet access improvements and complete major roads projects.

Louisville Water Company helps rebuilt convention center take sustainable approach to hydration

While much of the discussion around public-private partnerships often focuses on funding, anyone who has worked on large-scale construction projects knows that securing financing is just the first step to success. True success is a project completed on time, on or under budget and up to the quality standards set by the owner. That is particularly true for large, public projects. When multiple parties are involved, project execution must be on point to ensure that all involved benefit.

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UK public-private partnership to use AI to cut drug failure rate

A UK R&D project has secured a government grant to help its artificial intelligence (AI)-based drug discovery project. Government-backed agency Innovate UK is backing the £1 million project, which is a collaboration between two small tech businesses and the Medicines Discovery Catapult, a government-run initiative.

AT&T and City of Los Angeles Explore Smart Cities Public-Private Partnership

The Mayor’s Fund for Las Vegas LIFE was unveiled this week, creating a partnership between the city and private donors to identify, prioritize and fund projects to improve the quality of life for all city residents and provide support.

Las Vegas P3 commits to improving the community

The Mayor’s Fund for Las Vegas LIFE was unveiled this week, creating a partnership between the city and private donors to identify, prioritize and fund projects to improve the quality of life for all city residents and provide support.

UMass pursues P3 on student housing

The Committee on Administration and Finance of the UMass board of trustees voted this week to move forward with a process that will explore an arrangement between a private developer and the university to bring a 1,000 bed development at some point in the coming years.

Public-private partnerships have been offered as an alternative to bring private capital and fresh ideas to develop public infrastructure.

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