Dates: June 5 - 9, 2017
Location: Washington, DC
Billions of dollars of investment are required every year in the transportation sector worldwide. Without a cost-effective road and railway network and efficient ports and airports, moving goods becomes prohibitively expensive and time consuming, tourism suffers, and a country’s competitiveness is reduced. Unfortunately, the amount of financing and technical skills needed to provide world-class highways, roads, bridges, railroads, ports, and airports is simply not within the means of most public sector agency budgets.
The Institute for Public-Private Partnerships, A Tetra Tech Company (IP3), offers this course to address these issues. Designing Public-Private Partnerships for the Transportation Sector will enable participants to acquire the skills necessary to identify, structure, procure, finance, negotiate, and monitor public-private partnerships (PPP) in the transportation sector.
- Identifying and selecting successful PPP transport projects.
- Evaluating effective procurement procedures for improved project development.
- Structuring and enhancing the financial viability of PPP projects for the transport sector.
- Managing and monitoring the performance of your private sector contractor.
- Applying computer techniques to analyze the financial viability of transport infrastructure projects.