Alabama DOT’s First P3 One Step Closer to Construction

The Alabama Department of Transportation is entering the world of public-private partnerships for the first time.

Senior-Living Affordable Housing Result of P3

Flood damage to a home can be devastating, especially for affordable housing tenants.

Smithsonian Issues RFP For Parking Facility

The Smithsonian National Zoological Park has administered a request for proposals (RFP) to four teams for their Central Parking Facility P3 Project.

How To Solve $3.6 Trillion Infrastructure Expense: Sustainable P3s

Fixing infrastructure when it breaks is a thing of the past. Today, sustainable infrastructure needs to become the new norm as the nation’s $3.6 trillion infrastructure repair costs continue to climb.

Congress Shows Continued Support for Public Housing RAD Program

Congress is backing public-private partnerships when it comes to public housing authorities, a movement that began in 2012 when the Department of Housing and Urban Development launched the Rental Assistance Demonstration program.

Awards Highlight Examples of Successful P3s

Kentucky is still feeling its way through the learning process for developing and launching successful public-private partnerships, as we test their viability on projects in state parks expansions, office buildings in Frankfort and for the social infrastructure project in Madison. However, there are plenty of examples of transformational projects across the country that can serve as education and inspiration for community leaders and private partners in the Bluegrass.

Developers of 300 Building Selected for Capital Plaza Project

The build-to-suit selection committee for the proposed new Frankfort state office building and parking structure met on Oct. 25 to interview short-listed firms prior to deciding on the finalist earlier this week.

Airport Partnership Approved in Kansas City

Residents of Kansas City have voted in favor of building a new single terminal at the international airport under a public-private partnership.

Roundtable Meets at Kentucky Chamber to Discuss P3 Possibilities

Members of the P3 Kentucky Roundtable met this week at the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce offices in Frankfort to discuss recent public-private partnerships and the opportunities for P3s and continued infrastructure improvements in 2018.

Tax Reform Legislation Introduced in U.S. House, Imperiling Tax-Exempt Financing for Many Projects

Should infrastructure projects, hospitals, YMCAs, community centers and universities all cost more? Apparently so, according to the leadership of the U.S. House of Representatives and their version of Tax Reform legislation introduced last week.