Kentucky’s state parks provide a great opportunity for major investments in resort hotels and amenities through public-private partnerships, according to a panel of experts who spoke last week at Greater Louisville Inc.’s Issues and Influencers series.
Kentucky Chamber president and CEO Dave Adkisson believes in sustainable infrastructure, and he recently met with the House Working Group on Kentucky’s Transportation to advocate for infrastructure investment in the Commonwealth.
Senior living homes are adjusting to new technology in the 21st center, and Louisville, Kentucky is at the forefront of the movement.
Big things are happening in the field of development, and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is jumping on board to the changing environment between public and private enterprises.
Residents in Saint Charles, Mo., who live in older homes are upgrading to modern, 21st century, energy-saving fixtures as a result of a recent public-private partnership.
The “old-fashioned” way of infrastructure investments isn’t working anymore, according to Cornell University professor R. Richard Geddes.
Gov. Matt Bevin said Tuesday that he expects public-private partnerships to be a solution for major public infrastructure projects, including the I-69 Ohio River Crossing project in Western Kentucky, as many as five state resort parks across the Commonwealth and perhaps a major airport expansion.
This week, the Commonwealth of Kentucky rolled out a website aimed at providing an “easily accessible array of information that government agencies and potential private sector partners need to understand about solicited and unsolicited public-private-partnerships.”
In partnership with Greater Louisville Inc. and Government Strategies, P3 Kentucky convened a panel of experts this week to share their experiences with public-private projects and to discuss the opportunities that exist to improve public infrastructure across Kentucky.
Greenup County, Kentucky is welcoming a new a multi-billion dollar neighbor: Braidy Industries.