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Can We Avoid a Snowpocalypse Using P3?

A lot of local leaders are thinking about snow this week, bracing for bad weather as we get deeper into winter. That made me start thinking. This is a significant problem nearly every state and community in our region deals with. How do we allocate the right amount of public resources to address a real issue that only comes once in awhile?

Recent RFPs Illustrate Need for Local P3 Projects in Kentucky

For those of us watching closely, 2017 was a transitional year for the concept of public-private partnerships in Kentucky. One thing was clear, the financing model is being embraced by more communities, and we’re likely to see P3 use spread across the Bluegrass State in 2018 and beyond.

Three Things to Consider Before You Jump Into the P3 Build-Lease Deal

The Commonwealth of Kentucky is moving forward with its project to demolish and replace key parts of downtown Frankfort, including the Capital Plaza Tower. Here are few tips for private developers/contractors considering a large build-lease P3 like the Capital Plaza project.

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Georgia Preps Three P3 RFQs

The Georgia Department of Transportation is preparing to launch a request for qualifications for advisory contracts and a broadband P3.

Kentucky’s Braidy Industries Hires Executive Board

Braidy Industries, a multi-billion aluminum rolling mill that recently located to Greenup County, Kentucky, has hired the executive board that may bring new public-private partnerships to the state.

Water Shortage Pierces Eastern Kentucky

Eastern Kentucky is facing a surprising problem as parts of the region lose access to water.

Montana Following Kentucky’s Lead Pursuing P3s for Parks

Montana is looking to public-private partnerships as a way to fund state parks.

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

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