Kentucky’s nearly 2,800 miles of rail provide employers with freight logistics and add to our annual growth in exports, boosting the economy.
The American Society of Civil Engineers recently released KY’s Infrastructure Report Card, highlighting the need for improvements to roads, bridges & more.
KY Chamber Pres. Dave Adkisson, NKY Chamber Pres. Brent Cooper, GLI Pres. Kent Oyler, and Commerce Lexington President Bob Quick talk infrastructure.
The introduction of Opportunity Zones has created a catalyst for additional public-private partnerships to generate new businesses and jobs.
The Western Kentucky Infrastructure Fund is an innovative, private fund established to provide debt financing to private-sector firms participating in public infrastructure projects at both the state and local levels.
Kentucky’s burgeoning culinary network and various tax incentives helped sway producers and bring Top Chef to the state for the show’s 16th season.
The University of Kentucky is seeking a partner to design, build, finance, operate and maintain office and laboratory incubator building in Lexington.
Leaders across the country – at every level – have talked for years about the growing need to reinvest in our national and local infrastructure.
The Harvard Business Review outlines several suggestions for maximizing success of public-private partnerships. Check it out.
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.