P3 adoption: Overcoming challenges, breaking down boundaries

01/30/2012 | Engineering News-Record

The successes and failures of public-private partnerships for construction of public infrastructure are viewed as learning challenges by those who have been part of them in Canada and Great Britain. In the U.S., the push to adopt P3s is gradual and cautious. Allocating risk is difficult, but many say the problems can be worked out. "We can unlock up to $250 billion in private capital for infrastructure" with improved processes, said Thomas Donahue, CEO of the Chamber of Commerce.

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