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Down-to-the-studs Chicago Public Housing Renovation Made Possible by P3

Chicago’s Barwell Manor Homes could be renovated as early as next year. “The renovations — a down-to-the-studs job designed to make the buildings look like new — will be funded through a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) program aimed at leveraging private dollars to improve public housing,” executive Director Charles Chambers said in a story by the Chicago Tribune.

P3 Offers Solution for Growing Tennessee Airport

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 Road Construction is Back in Gear

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.

Maryland Issues Engineering RFP

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.

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