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Tag Archives: Post-Panamax

Public-Private Partnerships, Seaports, and The New Normal

A recent article in the PPP Bulletin, “Change we can believe in?”, explains that “PPPs are the new normal” for infrastructure projects in the United States, and public-private partnerships are being relied upon for responses to Hurricane Sandy, transportation projects, water recycling facilities, airports, and everything in between.  For the same reasons that P3s are… Continue Reading

Port Miami’s Development Improve Sea, Road, and Rail Access

We recently mentioned the Port of Miami’s ambitious development plans in the context of the several major public projects taking place in South Florida.  Among these projects, it is clear that the activity at the Port is of the greatest interest to the Miami development community and, indeed, often appears to be the topic of… Continue Reading