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18 May 2017 - All ears

P3 appears to be dominating discussions during Infrastructure Week, but enthusiasm alone will not deliver the pipeline many crave Comments: 0Read more...

11 May 2017 - Appetite for construction

Private sector interest in the Bureau of Reclamation’s request for information (RFI) is no surprise and highlights the appetite for federal P3s Comments: 0Read more...

5 May 2017 - Trust fund

Puerto Rico's bankruptcy announcement leaves huge question marks surrounding the viability of its ambitious P3 plans Comments: 0Read more...

28 April 2017 - Rocky road

Plans to deliver a new federal pipeline of P3s are up and running, although it has not been such a good week for key state deals Comments: 0Read more...

17 April 2017 - Central parts

The Bureau of Reclamation’s (USBR) imminent request for information shows that the federal agencies are keen to harness private investment in their infrastructure Comments: 0Read more...

6 April 2017 - State of the nation

Legislative activity at state level bodes well for those clamoring for a deeper pipeline in the US Comments: 0Read more...

31 March 2017 - First of many

A winner for the massive FirstNet broadband P3 is a positive step for the wider sector Comments: 0Read more...

17 March 2017 - Wait and see

Mexico’s vast pipeline of new deals promises much and has been a long time coming for the market Comments: 0Read more...

10 March 2017 - Impressive performance

All the anticipation surrounding President Trump’s $1trn plans are understandable, but there is a bill already with Congress that could have a greater impact on the P3 market Comments: 0Read more...

24 February 2017 - Back in Business

Puerto Rico has launched ambitious new P3 plans, but will the proposals appeal to international investors? Comments: 0Read more...

17 February 2017 - Safe hands

If the market is looking for a pointer as to where the US federal government is heading, the latest infrastructure appointments are a positive sign Comments: 0Read more...

10 February 2017 - Here we go again

The feds are back debating a social infrastructure bill in the US. It would be nice to see it passed this time Comments: 0Read more...

20 January 2017 - The big question

Getting everyone on board for his vast infrastructure plan is going to be no mean feat for President-elect Donald Trump – but first we need to know tangible details Comments: 0Read more...

13 January 2017 - Water moment

The WIFIA program looks like it might finally be up and running – now we just need projects Comments: 0Read more...

6 January 2017 - A state of mind

All the focus may be on rumors and comments coming out at a federal level, but this week the P3 industry has also been reminded of the importance of the individual state Comments: 0Read more...

23 December 2016 - Scrappy holidays

Recent backtracking on Donald Trump’s bold infrastructure proposals highlight genuine concerns surrounding the true validity of his plans Comments: 0Read more...

16 December 2016 - An unsolicited question

The latest news from DC demonstrates the growing appetite from private players to make their own work Comments: 0Read more...

8 December 2016 - Crossing the Ts

We’ve had more reminders this week of the importance of making sure everyone is on-board with a project before it is launched Comments: 0Read more...

1 December 2016 - Two steps forward

Trump’s first key appointments are further signs that he is serious about his infrastructure plans Comments: 0Read more...

25 November 2016 - Money in the bank

Canada’s new proposed infrastructure bank will give an already strong market another string to its bow Comments: 0Read more...

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All ears

P3 appears to be dominating discussions during Infrastructure Week, but enthusiasm alone will not deliver the pipeline many crave

Keeping it Real

JLL managing director Jill Jamieson speaks to Dan Colombini about the firm’s move into P3s and the ongoing challenges at federal level

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