Kentucky is among many other states across the nation in dire need of infrastructure investment.
Five teams responded to a request for qualifications for a public-private partnership in Michigan to modernize a stretch of Interstate 75. The Michigan Department of Transportation plans to use a Design-Build-Finance-Maintain contracting method to construct the third segment of the I-75 Modernization Project.
The P3 industry has once again written to Congress in support of maintaining tax-exempt Private Activity Bonds as part of any imminent tax reform, P3 Bulletin can reveal.
The bustling city of Chicago and it’s international O’Hare airport will see new changes to the city’s transportation service and infrastructure, and founder of Tesla Inc. Elon Musk wants to help make those changes.
A county in Maryland has narrowed its list of potential private sector investors to partner with for the Howard County $139 million courthouse replacement project.
Illinois has a lot of bridge — The third-most of any state, to be exact. As a result, the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) recently announced that it’s developing a priority list of improvements needed to bridges across the state.
The link between a successful public-private partnership and an award-winning infrastructure project is a $1.8 billion bridge.
Cincinnati is holding its ground as a pioneering city in sports entertainment as FC Cincinnati nears an agreement for constructing one of two new MLS stadiums across the country.
A California County is seeking to establish a public-private partnership to manage, finance and develop its solid waste facility.
There’s more than one meaning to building “smart” infrastructure, and experts are saying that digital infrastructure is a core component to new infrastructure projects, even bridges, roads and transportation models.