The city of Cincinnati is seeking a private partner to build and operate a citywide high-speed, broadband internet network. "What we're doing here, through a public-private partnership, is we're going to begin the process of basically creating a broadband, Wi-Fi superhighway throughout the... read more
A bill that passed a committee in the Arizona Senate on Tuesday would help provide funding to build a $395 million arena for the Arizona Coyotes. Senate Bill 1149 is state Sen. Bob Worsley's second attempt to provide money for a new home for the team.
President Barack Obama has signed into law a measure allowing a public-private partnership to build a $136 million veterans medical facility in Omaha. Democratic Rep. Brad Ashford, of Omaha, announced Friday's signing in a news release. Ashford pushed the bill through the House; U.S. Sen.
The city of Troy is seeking a developer for a proposed $350 million residential and retail project. City officials say they received positive feedback for the proposed Town Center from national developers at the recent International Council of Shopping Centers Deal Making Event in New York City... read more
With the NFL's Chargers leaving for Los Angeles, a group of private investors unveiled plans Monday to bring an MLS team to San Diego and build a stadium that can be shared with San Diego State.
Infrastructure Ontario and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health have awarded a $685 million public-private partnership contract to design, build, maintain and finance a new Toronto healthcare facility to a Plenary Group-led construction and operations consortium, according to Healthcare... read more
There’s lots of news about major cities launching public-private partnerships (P3s) to rebuild, upgrade and improve urban assets. The P3s have become attractive because of a lack of public funding and an abundance of private-sector capital just waiting to be tapped.
President Donald Trump outlined his goals for several significant issues facing the nation Tuesday during his first address to Congress. One of the issues he addressed and gave importance to was the nation's infrastructure.
A state task force says that help from the private sector could help address Maine's low third-grade literacy rates. The task force's recent report supports a pilot program addressing early childhood program supported by loans from private investors or performance-based contracts.
The United States, once a global leader in infrastructure competitiveness, now ranks 16th.1 The decline shows no signs of abating as federal, state, and local funds for infrastructure remain constrained, and government resources remain centered on health care, social security, and defense.2... read more