Public-private partnerships (P3s) are growing; Understand the risks and opportunities.
According to FMI’s Research Group, the number of construction projects in the U.S. that are more than
$1 billion has gone from zero in 2005 to 104 last year.
More and more of these projects are being financed, in part, by private capital, as public budgets continue to shrink.
Public-private partnerships (P3s) involve a contract between a public-sector authority and a private party,
in which the private party provides a public service or project and accepts financial, technical and operational risk in the project.
This risk transfer from the public to the private sector is a crucial component of all P3s. Learn how your business can best position
itself for the expected growth of P3s. Sign up to receive a complimentary copy of the FMI / Zurich white paper: "What's ahead for P3s in the U.S.?"