Full Cycle Bioplastics, a recycling center startup that turns organic waste to recycled products, is in need of a space to “fine-tune commercial prototypes.”
The city of Ashland has approved a plan to sell $4.6 million in general obligation bonds to kick off a more than $30 million in investments in its downtown. Plans call for an upgraded hotel, a new convention center and expanded parking.
A public-private partnership has made Valparaiso’s Tower Park improvements possible.
The University of Nevada Las Vegas is no stranger to public-private partnership.
A $90 million project will soon be underway to build a health clinic at Virginia Tech as a result of a public-private partnership.
Kentucky’s business and transportation leaders today announced an effort to prevent the serious decline of Kentucky’s infrastructure.
Frost Brown Todd LLC (FBT), one of the newest members to the P3 Kentucky Roundtable, is launching a four-day webcast series on infrastructure finance in partnership with the Counsel of Development Finance Agencies (CDFA.)
Two major law firms, a leading highway construction company, the state’s largest water utility, one of the region’s largest accounting and advisory firms as well as a regional business leadership organization have joined the P3 Kentucky Roundtable, a group of thought leaders working to help build much-needed public infrastructure across Kentucky through private investment and financing.
A $15 million convention center in downtown Muskegon, Michigan is in development with the help of a public-private partnership between Muskegon County, the city of Muskegon and Parkland Properties LLC.
Ohio businesses may benefit from a newly create public-private partnership designed to provide aid in times of disaster.