The Commonwealth of Kentucky, in conjunction with a development team led by CRM Development Company of Lexington, on Feb. 22 closed a financing for a new P3 state office building project to be built on the site of the old Capital Plaza Tower on Mero Street in downtown Frankfort, Ky.
For those who have been to the Los Angeles Airport know it’s not an easy place to navigate. A new public-private partnerships will help alleviate transportation confusion with a new rail line designed to transport travelers to the international airport.
Ex-Pittsburgh Mayor Tom Murphy’s reign in office saw dramatic economic growth for the city — $4.5 billion in economic development, to be exact.
Medical research is a vast and daring industry that remains vital, but expensive, to the growing population.
New York City is a city known to set trends, and it’s setting a new trend through a new public-private partnerships aimed at making the city more convenient for the youth, immigrants and people with mental illness and disabilities.
Two officials from the Commonwealth of Kentucky will take part in a regional discussion about infrastructure needs across the during an upcoming conference in Chicago.
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin recently unveiled his priorities for road and bridge projects through the release of the next statewide highway plan. This 250-page document identifies projects and project phases totaling $8.6 billion through 2024. But, because current state and federal transportation funding is woefully inadequate, only 30 percent of the identified needs have a chance of being addressed.
The Kentucky Finance and Administration Cabinet has started a new website for the public-private partnership that will reshape Kentucky’s Capital Plaza area in Frankfort.
Five of Kentucky’s state-owned tourism destinations could get at least $125 million in capital investments and improvements from private partners if the Kentucky General Assembly approves provisions in a state budget bill.
The Trump infrastructure Plan illustrates the dramatic need to repair the nation’s infrastructure and invest in states like Kentucky.