- Re-starting construction in Covid-19 environmentMay 29, 2020Louis Gunnigan from Technological University Dublin on how different jurisdictions are opening up construction sites.
- Advisors sought for Canada water P3May 29, 2020A city in Manitoba is seeking advisory services for its upcoming wastewater public-private partnership (P3).
- NY transit chief joins TfLMay 29, 2020The former chief executive of the New York City Transit Authority has joined the Board of Transport for London (TfL).
- P3 Bulletin launches CV19 surveyMay 27, 2020P3 Bulletin is seeking to canvas industry views on the role of infrastructure finance in helping countries rebuild their economies post Covid-19.
- Plenary committed to USD3bn Bay Area corridorMay 27, 2020Investor Plenary Americas is exploring various options for the Dumbarton Rail Corridor as owner calls for private investment to continue.
- Details emerge for Oklahoma build-finance dealMay 27, 2020The US Department of Transportation’s Build America Bureau will provide a TIFIA loan to finance the Gilcrease Expressway West Project.
- Alberta to accept unsolicited P3sMay 27, 2020The Government of Alberta has suggested it may accept unsolicited proposals following strong interest from the private sector.
- LA housing project launchedMay 22, 2020The City of Los Angeles Economic and Workforce Development Department have released an Request for Proposals (RFP) looking for private partners to develop its ‘Slauson and Wall Project’.
- University preps energy P3May 22, 2020A university in the Pacific Northwest is preparing to launch a request for proposals (RFP) for a large energy scheme.
- Maryland P3 Program ‘for the future’May 21, 2020The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) has received ‘multiple’ expressions of interest in Phase 1 of the I-495 & I-270 P3 Program.
- ACS to ‘withstand’ 2020 recessionMay 21, 2020S&P Global reports one of the world’s largest construction companies should withstand the recession resulting from Covid-19 but with limited headroom.
- Maryland struggles to get its house in orderApril 15, 2020Recent to-ing and fro-ing in the Maryland General Assembly hints at growing political discord. But the state's market should be strong enough to weather any storm.
- Covid-19 – the new Carillion for operational PPPsApril 15, 2020An unprecedented global health crisis has led to equally unprecedented demands on PPP project contracts and the relationships that underpin them
- Supply and demandApril 3, 2020Communities’ ability to halt the spread of coronavirus was defined by the availability of healthcare and digital infrastructure. Rubicon's John Kirwan tells P3 Bulletin's David Keniry why these sectors are on path for even further growth.
- Amber founder ‘heartened’ by Covid-19 responseMarch 27, 2020Co-founder of Amber Infrastructure and director of International Public Partnerships (INPP) Giles Frost tells P3 Bulletin project partners have put “aside contracts” to face the Covid-19 challenge
- The verdict is in: Projects need championsMarch 5, 2020Courthouse projects have become a benchmark for success in the execution of public-private partnerships; global industry leaders delivering these projects share their insight into that success. By David Keniry, editor.
- Colorado’s master planApril 17, 2020The state of Colorado is to remain at the vanguard of the US market as the High Performance Transportation Enterprise (HPTE) gets on with business. By P3 Bulletin’s David Keniry