Center Director Jonathan Gifford presented The P3 evidence project: phase I and II during the Public-Private Partnership Conference, American Association of Road and Transportation Builders Association, Washington, D.C. (July 19).
Center GRA Lisardo Bolaños presented “Renegotiations & Bankruptcies in
U.S. surface transportation P3s” at the International Road Federation’s Public Private Partnership Workshop
Washington D.C., in April 2018. The presentation details the main lessons from the U.S. Experience. A framework is presented to understand bankruptcies and negotiations, and presents four drivers of renegotiation: opportunism, contract complexity, exogenous changes, and the Winner’s curse. The presentation is available here.
Lauren N. McCarthy, Program Manager and Researcher at the Center, presented “Stages of U.S. P3 Surface Transportation Infrastructure” authored by Lauren N. McCarthy. Lisardo Bolaños, Vinh Mai, and Jonathan Gifford at the Transportation Research Forum on April 10, 2018 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The research analyzes recent transportation infrastructure projects delivered using public-private partnership (P3) approaches to examine how procurement stages and their duration affects if the project will be delivered. First, the research developed a P3 transportation project database, collecting information from multiple sources, including the Federal Highway Administration, state transportation agencies, private sector websites, and journalistic accounts. Second, significance testing is then employed to evaluate common questions surrounding P3 procurements.
Center Director Jonathan Gifford, Center Staff Lauren N. McCarthy, Lisardo Bolaños, and Visiting Scholar Motoki Murayama attended the Blueprint 2025 Leadership Forum on Thursday, April 26, 2018. Vinh The Mai, former research associate with the Center, and current researcher with CG/LA is pictured here with Dr. Gifford. A bipartisan coalition, Blueprint 2025 mission is to identify and promote increased infrastructure investment in the United States.
It is with regrets the Center announces the postponement of the annual P3 Conference, originally scheduled for April 25, 2018. The conference is to be rescheduled for the fall of 2018. Please stay tuned for further information.