U.S. Housing and Urban Development Looks to New Orleans for Future P3s

The U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson is looking at New Orleans to help pave the way for future public-private partnership housing projects.

Denver Exploring Options to Create Citywide P3 Administration

The Denver International Airport hopes to secure a public-private partnership to help fund its $1.8 billion expansion.

Public-Private Partnership Could Benefit Virginia Beach VA Clinic

Virginia Rep. Scott Taylor is advocating for the construction of a much larger, improved VA outpatient clinic in Virginia Beach with the help of local officials and Virginia Beach Mayor Will Sessoms.

P3 Expands Ultra-Highspeed Internet

Antietam Cable is expanding its Flight Gigabit service in Hagerstown, Md., where it has invested $6 million in the ultra-highspeed internet service.

FTA Proposes New Procedure to Streamline P3s

The U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Transit Administration (FTA) has proposed a new procedure to develop more efficient and effective private partnerships and investment in infrastructure projects.

Texas’ Most Populous City Introduces First P3 Infrastructure Project

The first public-private partnership infrastructure project in Houston, Texas’ most populous city, is set to be completed in 2019.

Society for College and University Planning Discuss P3s at Annual Washington Meeting

Speakers at the Society for College and University Planning annual conference in Washington D.C. recently discussed how institutions should consider public-private partnerships as more than a model to fund new university infrastructure, but to also consider long-term financial consequences.

Oklahoma University Uses P3 for Student Housing, Community-Living

The University of Oklahoma has partnered with infrastructure developer Balfour Beatty Campus Solutions and Provident Resource Group in a P3 to build and operate a student housing and community living facility.

P3 Could Protect Small-Town Connecticut from Rising Tides

The Connecticut borough of Stonington may need to form a public-private partnership to protect the city against rising sea-level tides.

Columbia, Mo. Low-Income Families Receive Smartphones, Internet Through P3

The Columbia Housing Authority Board of Commissioners, along with Global Reconnect Inc. will provide low-income residents with smartphones and wireless network through a public-private partnership.