Will 2019 Be the Year of Infrastructure, P3s?

Leaders across the country – at every level – have talked for years about the growing need to reinvest in our national and local infrastructure.

Kentucky investment to lure Top Chef paying off with national exposure

Kentucky’s burgeoning culinary network and various tax incentives helped sway producers and bring Top Chef to the state for the show’s 16th season.

University of Kentucky seeks proposals to build laboratory facility

The University of Kentucky is seeking a partner to design, build, finance, operate and maintain office and laboratory incubator building in Lexington.

$65 Million Louisville Soccer Stadium Made Possible Through Public-Private Partnership

A joint venture between Louisville FC Ownership group, the city of Louisville and the state of Kentucky secured financing and moved the project forward.

State Seeks P3 Ideas for EP ‘Tom’ Sawyer Park Sports Complex

The Kentucky Tourism, Arts, and Heritage is looking for developers interested in developing a public-private partnership with the state to create an amateur sports complex at EP “Tom” Sawyer State Park in Eastern Jefferson County.

USDOT Assures P3 Industry of Support for Major Projects

A top leader at the US Department of Transportation assured delegates at the P3 Hub Americas Conference of continued federal government support of public-private partnerships. It is “an exciting time to be in transportation and infrastructure,” said Jim Ray, Senior Advisor for Infrastructure at the USDOT. President Donald Trump “is still very committed to infrastructure,” he added.

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.

Kentucky Chamber Summit Provides State Status Report

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.