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175 - Public-Private Partnerships (P3s) and the Building, and Upgrading, of American Infrastructure: How P3s work, and can benefit from the proposed BUILD Act's National Infrastructure Bank 
September 14, 2011   3:00pm - 4:00pm
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Public-Private Partnerships (or P3s) are becoming more accepted as a structure for private firms to join with federal, state and local governments to design, build, finance, own, operate and maintain infrastructure projects. The proposed BUILD Act would reinforce this trend by recognizing P3s as eligible investors in qualifying projects. The BUILD Act would create a National Infrastructure Bank to provide a substantial source of infrastructure debt financing, generally for projects of at least $100 million in size that are of national or regional significance. Eligible projects could be in the transportation, water or energy sectors.

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