By now, you should have received an invitation to attend an educational briefing on public-private partnerships and their potential to improve America’s public infrastructure. Attendees include:
Samara Barend, Senior Vice President, North America Public-Private Partnership Lead, AECOM
Mike Pikiel, Partner, Public-Private Partnership Practice Lead, Winston,
Pete Sepp, President, National Taxpayers Union
Ryan Prince, Senior Vice President, Primary Investments, John Laing
Bryan Howard, Legislative Director, US Green Building Council
Craig Sharman, Government Affairs Director, Johnson Controls
In every American community, there are serious concerns about the condition of our schools, public hospitals, justice facilities, universities, police and fire stations. With state and local budgets becoming increasingly strained, officials have chosen to save money by steadily reducing capital investment in public buildings. Public-private partnerships have utility far beyond toll roads and other transportation projects. As Congress considers an infrastructure package to rebuild and renew America—including public buildings—hear from the experts about the existing barriers to innovative financing of public infrastructure and how Congress can help get private capital off the sidelines.