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Through our conferences, our audience learns of our event partners and their services through program participation, exhibition, sponsorship recognition, and on-site promotion.
Through online engagement, P3C keeps our digital subscriber base of 106,000 design-build and public sector professionals informed about our programs, partners, and industry news.
As American airports face challenges in finding ways to enhance their capacity to fund and construct major expansion, or maintain critically needed airport-linked infrastructure, many airport managers are evaluating P3s as a tool to facilitate growth.
The P3 Airport Summit program covers current P3 airport transactions in the U.S. and abroad, while guiding airport representatives on how innovations in project delivery, procurement, life-cycle asset management, and technology can be integrated into their capital plans and procurements.
Specifically tailored to the needs of higher education institutions evaluating P3s, the P3 Higher Education Summit focuses on tools available to campus planners as they plan and procure student housing, classrooms, laboratories, parking, stadium and sport facilities, and energy projects.
The program showcases upcoming projects and RFP opportunities, while also presenting best practices in traditional and alternative project delivery. The Summit, now in its 5th year, provides key networking opportunities for university and college representatives, developers, owners, and industry partners.
The P3 Government Conference provides P3 education to public representatives and examines how alternative delivery is being used in transportation, water, energy, airport, and social infrastructure projects at the federal, state and municipal level.
With over 400 public and industry leaders attending, the audience represents a broad range of communities and projects from across the U.S. Attendees learn about new projects in the market and meet with other public and industry leaders facing similar development, seeking expertise, and new partnerships.
The Healthcare Project Delivery Conference focuses on tools available to facility administrators and developers evaluating healthcare capital investment. The agenda explores innovative approaches with a specific emphasis on procurement, financing, planning, design, construction, and operations.
The two day program will showcase upcoming projects and RFP opportunities; present best practices for traditional and alternative project delivery; and provide valuable networking opportunities for industry leaders, developers, owners, and healthcare administrators.
The annual Public-Private Partnership Conference & Expo is the industry’s largest and most respected conference for advancing public-private partnerships.
One of the largest gatherings of government and development professionals in the country, the conference attracts senior management from firms in the construction, engineering, architecture, legal and consulting industries, as well as public leaders, higher education officers and development agency officials at the municipal, state, and federal levels of government.
Communities across the country have seen much recent success in developing partnerships to deliver convention centers, sports venues and entertainment facilities that stimulate local economies and improve the quality of life.
The Convention, Sports & Entertainment Facilities Conference discusses the latest modes of project delivery solutions and strategies for event facility planning. Speakers will include project owners, developers, operators, sports leagues and franchises, universities and government leaders who have navigated economic development partnerships from concept to completion.
The P3 Water + Energy Summit focuses on P3 education for water managers and municipalities overseeing capital investment in their drinking water, waste-water, energy, and stormwater systems.
The conference agenda examines partnership trends in the water market, features current and upcoming P3 projects, and provides training for public agency officials on planning and procuring P3 initiatives. The program also explores how the P3 model is being used to provide capital solutions, risk transfer, service quality improvement, resiliency, and reduce deferred O&M in water systems and energy projects of all sizes across the country.