Three Local Options for Using Public-Private Partnerships

As the federal government and many Kentucky leaders continue to promote public-private partnerships as a way to unlock private investments and move forward long-needed infrastructure projects, local leaders may wonder how P3s can serve their needs.

Bossier City, La., Finds Success with P3, Water-Sewer Service

A year ago, Bossier City agreed to let Manchac Consulting Group operate its treatment plants and water and sewer lines, paying the private partner $1 million for the year.

N.C. County Considers P3 Arrangement for Redeveloping City Block

New Hanover County is considering four scenarios for how to redevelop a block of property that it owns in downtown Wilmington, N.C.

Indiana P3 Project Wins Transportation Award

The Ohio River Bridges East End Crossing project was recognized as the region’s best Quality of Life/Community Development project in 2017.

Kentucky Chamber: Infrastructure Investment One of Kentucky’s Greatest Needs

Investing more in Kentucky’s infrastructure is one of the “seven pressing needs” facing leaders across the Commonwealth and public-private partnerships are part of the solution, the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce announced Friday

Partnership Bringing Food Incubator to Chicago

The city of Chicago is joining with private and corporate donors to create a food incubator for East Garfield Park on the West Side.

P3 helps Maryland town with reservoir

The Maryland town of Bel Air broke ground recently on a $15 million reservoir, thanks to a partnership between the town, Harford County the state Department of Environment and private company Maryland Water.

West Baltimore Police Station Helps Officers, Engages Community

With the help of private donations, the Baltimore’s Western District police station has undergone a $4.5 million renovation that helps police officers take care of themselves and provides public space for residents to gather.

P3 Kentucky Poll: Water, Broadband Infrastructure Need Big Help

P3KY’s monthly I-Poll found that Kentucky’s infrastructure, particularly broadband and water infrastructure, are in need of major investment.

Transportation Sec. Chao Bangs the Drum for P3 in Kentucky

If there was any question about the federal government’s appetite for public-private partnerships, Transportation Sec. Elaine Chao left no doubt during an address to business leaders last week in Louisville.