A dynamic marketplace requires specialized expertise. This is particularly true in cases where pivotal elements include economic factors, operational and technological characteristics, price volatility and regulatory policy. We can help credit committees, rating agencies and other financing partners understand and mitigate these risks. We are experienced in working with models built around a public-private partnership (P3) concession or performance contracting structure. Financing options can be facilitated through infrastructure funds, pension funds or public-to-public partnerships. We coordinate with financial partners to provide alternative funding resources for capital and operational improvement programs. With experience throughout the value chain of project development and operation, we understand the fundamental issues that determine an infrastructure project’s success. 0 Related Insights Benefits to Public-Private Partnerships: Utilities Are Discovering Advantages In many countries across the globe, various sectors – such as toll roads, parking garages and airports – have embraced the concept of public-private partnerships (PPPs) since it provides essential capital while meeting a public need. Water and Wastewater: Addressing Funding Challenges As water and wastewater utilities are challenged to minimize rate increases while balancing limited budgets – complicated by deferred maintenance, chronic underinvestment and compliance mandates – one solution to consider is the public-private partnership (PPP) model. Sharing Risk: Lowering EPC Project Costs for Owners Owners of large infrastructure projects naturally try to off-load as much of the risk of the project as possible, but that also can significantly add to the overall costs. As an alternative, owners should examine ways to lower their costs by accepting some level of reasonable risk and working with high-quality EPC contractors. Ready to Learn More? Complete a short form to request more information and a specialist will contact you.