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PPP’s, SIB’s & Pay-for-Success Models.

Overview

Whether it is called a public-private partnership, P3, PFI, or EPC contract, the relationship between the public and private sectors is changing on major infrastructure projects. In the US alone, 39 states have enacted specific legislation that enables a greater participation and risk sharing by the private sector, and that number is poised to grow. However, each individual government – be it at the local, state, federal, or international level – approaches the practice of marrying public and private enterprises differently. Each entity has varying processes, requirements, and regulations, resulting in an environment that requires a unique and thorough understanding of each individual application. The risks of not fully understanding each scenario can result in a poorly conceived and constructed partnership that can waste time, money, and talent.

With over $4 billion of experience bringing the public and private sectors together, we understand what it takes to identify, procure, finance and execute successful multi-stakeholder partnerships. Moreland Advisors works with clients in the public, private, financial and philanthropic sectors to create opportunities that are optimized to balance social, economic, and financial returns in a risk appropriate manner. We understand the operational environment, and we take the time to create strategies that make our clients stand out from the crowd.

Sub-sector Expertise:
  • Public-Private Partnerships
  • Social Impact Bonds
  • Other Pay-For-Success Models
  • Engineering, Procurement, Construction (EPC) Contracts
  • Innovative Project Delivery (IPD)
  • Private Finance Initiatives (PFI)
  • Design Build
  • Design-Build-Finance (Manage and/or Operate)
  • Alternative Project Finance
Key Sectors:
  • Education (K-12)
  • Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH)
  • Waste & Recycling
  • Ports & Logistics
  • Social Infrastructure
Latest Thinking:
25Mar

John Oliver on Infrastructure

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It’s sad, but true, we all have to face the reality that infrastructure is not sexy. That doesn’t mean it... Read More →
23Jan

Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel District receives unsolicited PPTA proposal

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A consortium of five well know AEC firms has submitted an unsolicited proposal to design, build, finance and maintain a... Read More →
31Oct

PPP’s: Did they just say that???

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This week I had the pleasure of attending another infrastructure conference in our nation’s capital. Normally, I would give the... Read More →
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