You are invited to a special breakfast forum on Thursday, March 10, from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM to explore new approaches for financing and building public use development through use of Social Public Private Partnerships (Social P3s). Different from transportation P3s, Social P3s are used to develop and build social infrastructure such as housing, education, healthcare, justice centers and other public use buildings.

As new opportunities to build and develop in collaboration with the public sector gain traction throughout the U.S., developers are turning to Social P3s to bring strategic benefits for controlling risk, creating strategic financial incentives and managing future maintenance responsibilities for large scale, complex transformative projects.

   
     
Join us at a special breakfast forum on Thursday, March 10, from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM
General Registration: $25 | Late Registration (After March 1, 2016): $35 | All proceeds for this event will be contributed to a charity.

What You Will Learn
 
Who Should Attend
Leading development, financial and construction experts from both the public and private sector share their insights and industry intelligence on the strengths of Social P3s as an adaptive and flexible development tool for local, regional and national projects.
  • What is the anatomy of Social P3s, and how are they trending across the country?
  • Are there legislative challenges to contemplate when considering Social P3 development options?
  • What types of projects are best suited to Social P3 approaches? How does size, location, potential for bundling related projects impact a Social P3?
  • How are new public-private sector campus developments building on Social P3s and positioning themselves globally?
  • How can risk, maintenance and other long-term development concerns be managed effectively to ensure a Social P3’?
  If you are an owner, developer, planner, owner’s representative, architect or engineer or construction professional, plan on attending a session designed to reshape your understanding of how Social P3s may affect the way real estate development projects are planned, designed, built, financed and maintained?