Funding Columbus, OH Stadium Through Public Private Partnership

More than 700 million dollars is the proposed investment it will take to build a new Crew stadium and renovate the current stadium. But, instead of residents footing the whole bill, the money will come from what’s called a public private partnership.

Public-Private Partnership Takes Down Global Cybercriminals

Global public-private collaboration helped locate the criminals and aided in their capture. White Ops and Google were highlighted as being instrumental in both the investigation and the botnet takedown.

DC Suburb Increasing Public-Private Partnerships

The Alexandria City Manager’s office is looking to hire a full-time staff member “in order to enhance and grow the City’s use of public-private partnerships (PPPs) in the delivery and financing of City facilities, infrastructure and services,” according to City documents.

New York City’s Hudson Park Complex Possible Because of P3

Areas built around transportation often strengthen infrastructure – and help to entice the private sector to support revitalization efforts.

Public-private partnership protects nature preserves in California

The P3, between a trust and the Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority allows for continued protection of these vital spaces for years to come.

Dental health in Eastern KY to be improved with P3

The University of Kentucky’s College of Dentistry is launching a project to eradicate oral cancer in Eastern Kentucky through a P3 with the United Health Foundation.

Pennsylvania State P3 Board approves innovative bridge plan

The Pennsylvania Public-Private Partnership (P3) Board recently approved a bridge bundling Adjusted Bid, Design-Build proposal to reconstruct 15 bridges along two interstates in Luzerne County.

P3 formed to redevelop Champaign, IL neighborhood

After years of waiting and negotiating, redevelopment of north Champaign’s Bristol Place is on the horizon, with tenants scheduled to be accepted to the affordable-housing neighborhood in the first part of 2020.

PGA of America relocating headquarters to Texas as part of innovative P3

The PGA of America is moving its headquarters from Palm Beach County, Florida to Frisco, Texas. The new headquarters will anchor a 600-acre, mixed-use development with an initial investment worth more than half a billion dollars.