Industry Interest In P3s Resurges

Parsons, Jim; Joyce, Erin; Cho, Aileen
November 2011
ENR: Engineering News-Record;11/28/2011, Vol. 267 Issue 15, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports on the improving interest of the construction industry in investing in public-private partnerships or P3 as delivery options in the U.S. in 2011. It says that the trend is due to the efforts of the sector to address critical public-works infrastructure needs amid declining public funds. According to the author, this move was influenced by the successful and beneficial use of P3 contract structuring in Canada.


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