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Kentucky P3 law recognized during National Infrastructure Week

Kentucky is getting some well-deserved attention for its P3 laws during National Infrastructure Week, which started Monday.

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If you’ve traveled recently across the Commonwealth – or across the country – you’ve probably seen them. Construction workers. Cranes and bulldozers. New buildings and burgeoning developments. It’s the signs of progress.

Tennessee, automaker team up on workforce development

Tennessee and Nissan have joined forces to open a Tennessee College of Applied Technology campus in Smyrna. The campus will train workers on automotive technology.

Ohio launches online marketplace for reuse, recycling

Launched by the state’s Environmental Protection Agency, the Ohio Materials Marketplace allows Ohio businesses, not-for-profits and government organizations to list available or needed scrap and byproduct materials such as wood pallets or used bricks.

Kentucky’s P3 Law: What You Need to Know

Kentucky’s new P3 law went into effect in 2016 and was updated during the 2017 legislation, providing a distinct delivery method for capital projects, services, and major transportation infrastructure.

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