Maryland County Saves $24M Using New Model for Growth

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 DOT Makes Bridge Infrastructure a Priority

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.

Kentucky Bridge Project Wins National Award

The link between a successful public-private partnership and an award-winning infrastructure project is a $1.8 billion bridge.

FC Cincinnati One Step Closer to New MLS Stadium

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.

Country’s Privatized Municipal Utilities Deteriorating

A California County is seeking to establish a public-private partnership to manage, finance and develop its solid waste facility.

Smart Infrastructure a Necessity for Public Projects

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.

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.