The first public-private partnership infrastructure project in Houston, Texas’ most populous city, is set to be completed in 2019.
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.
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.
The Connecticut borough of Stonington may need to form a public-private partnership to protect the city against rising sea-level tides.
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.
The City of Camden, N.J. will welcome a new waterfront park after receiving a $750,000 grant from the Department of the Interior’s Outdoor Recreation Legacy Partnership.
Baldwin County, Ala., recently sought a public-private partnership to help fund the widening of the Foley Breach Express bridge, one that has seen consistent traffic congestion due to the road’s popularity.
A year ago, Bossier City agreed to let Manchac Consulting Group operate its treatment plants and water and sewer lines, paying the private partner $1 million for the year.
New Hanover County is considering four scenarios for how to redevelop a block of property that it owns in downtown Wilmington, N.C.
The city of Chicago is joining with private and corporate donors to create a food incubator for East Garfield Park on the West Side.