P3 Delivery

Reports, Workshops, and Seminars on Public-Private-Partnerships
Public Private Partnerships

In 2001, the Government of British Columbia decided to use the public-private-partnership model to deliver future infrastructure projects. This required the designing, building, financing, and maintaining of future projects being undertaken by a private consortium on a long-term contract. Collings Johnston was retained by the BC Ministry of Transportation to assist the government in the promotion of the P3 concept.

Scope of Services:

  • Reporting on the international experience to date with P3 delivery models,
  • Researching companies involved with P3 projects and their experience as concessionaires and contractors on P3 projects,
  • Assisting the government in organizing a P3 seminar that was attended by concessionaires, financiers, contractors, engineers, and maintenance operators from around the world

Client:

BC MoT

Location:

British Columbia

Dates of Assignment:

2001-2002