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.

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.

Report Shows the Time for P3s Is Now

A $3.6 trillion infrastructure bill, climate change and new economic and social challenges are solidifying the role of public-private partnerships in the U.S., according to a recent report released by Veolia North America and the Wharton School’s Initiative for Global Environmental Leaderships (IGEL).

Ben Carson: “Public-Private Partnerships Is A Model That Works”

Spartanburg, South Carolina is reaping the rewards of private investment in community-wide projects.

Pittsburgh Could See Self-Driving Cars Sooner Than Expected

The era of self-driving cars is closer than we may think. Students at Carnegie Mellon University are proposing a plan to help underserved communities in Pittsburgh enter the workforce through reliable, self-driving forms of transportation.

UK Partnership Aids Kentucky’s Specialty Crop Farmers

The University of Kentucky wants to aid small specialty crop farmers and the local food economy grow, and a partnership with the Kentucky Horticultural Council and the United States Department of Agriculture Food Safety Outreach Program grant is going to help.