Public-Private Partnerships: Why They Are Growing in Popularity and Their Impact on South Florida
The most flexible relationship between the government and a private contractor is a public-private partnership, commonly referred to as a P3, in which government and the private sector both share in the risks and rewards of a project. P3s have been a popular means of structuring large public infrastructure and transportation projects abroad. The United States, during the economic downturn, witnessed a significant increase in P3 activity, as has South Florida. Join us for a lively panel discussion on the P3 boom in New Miami and successful structures.
Albert E. Dotson, Jr., Government Relations & Land Development Practice Group Leader, Bilzin Sumberg
Kim Briesemeister, Principal, Redevelopment Management Associates
Josh Gelfman, Senior Vice President, New York City Economic Development Corp.
Brian Peters, Assistant Secretary of Finance and Administration, Florida Department of Transportation
Javier Rodriguez, Executive Director, Miami-Dade Expressway Authority
Jim Ziglar, Jr., Senior Vice President, Infrastructure Advisory, Deloitte Corporate Finance LLC
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