The 2016 conference discussed the state of the US P3 industry, and highlighted the various types of P3s underway across the country. Specifically, presenters from leading public agencies and industry practitioners examined the many elements of P3 structures currently in use and how to evaluate their respective merits and risks.
The conference also examined how public agencies are determining the optimal delivery model for public projects, and what they’re thinking when considering a P3 opportunity. Panelist shared insights on what’s needed to demonstrate the “business case” to take forward a project in today’s market as well as what’s stopping governments from launching P3s.
Finally, the agenda discussed the best practices and lessons learned from a variety of projects that have been accelerated under the P3 model, illustrated the latest innovations and life-cycle efficiencies in P3 delivery, and examined what our capital markets are expecting from P3s.
In total, 1,250+ attendees participated in over 40 in-depth sessions and networking events over the three day event.
P3C arrives as one of the largest development events in the country. This year’s record attendance of over 900 government and industry professionals shows the growing importance of public-private partnerships in the national dialogue about infrastructure.
The event brought together over 100 experienced and thought-provoking speakers to help educate our attendees on the critical principles behind successful public-private partnerships. Through a variety of forums including plenary sessions, panels, case studies, project showcases, and workshops; the 2015 program examined the political, policy, and project finance considerations we must make when thinking seriously about P3’s.
Numerous networking events had been incorporated into the 2015 agenda. Attendees made the most of these sessions including scheduled 1 on 1’s and access to over 900+ individuals in attendance as well as the 50+ businesses exhibiting at our Expo.
Our sophomore event was attended by over 750 public planning, economic development, and A/E/C professionals. The 2014 program touched upon the most relevant and pressing issues for successful public-private partnerships. Attendees were presented with an agenda that brought together more than 125 thought-provoking and engaging speakers to exchange valuable insights with the country’s leading development organizations.
P3C was also transformed into a major platform for raising awareness, exchanging knowledge, and promoting some significant upcoming development and procurement opportunities. Many municipal leaders from all parts of the country discussed their goals and future capital projects pertaining to public-private partnerships. Government attendees were encouraged to share their community’s strategic plans and announce their next development project.
P3C 2014 was a unique industry event designed to help its attendees meet their business, educational, and networking objectives.
Our inaugural event, and start to the annual Public-Private Partnership Conference & Expo series. Over 600 development professionals descended upon Dallas to enrich their public-private partnership knowledge, learn about the latest news and exchange ideas with the best and brightest professionals in the industry.
The agenda was designed to touch upon the most topical issues in the U.S. public-private partnership market and brought together more than 85 speakers to exchange valuable insights with the country’s leading government and industry participants.
Over 30 municipal leaders from around the country presented their development goals and future development projects pertaining to public-private partnerships. It was a successful meeting of the minds designed to encourage deal making.