Shikun & Bunui bets on design-build, P3 projects to increase its US footprint.
To maintain and improve its public infrastructure, the US needs to take action now and follow the example of countries that have strong governance and long-term plans that provide a framework to [...]
Despite record setting cold and the advent of a rare “snow bomb cyclone” the electric grid of the Northeast came through fabulously. Grid operators credit lessons learned – and new procedures put [...]
Denver Councilwoman Robin Kniech cautiously voted for a public-private partnership, paving the way for a $1.8 billion update at the Denver International Airport.
When it comes to their transportation infrastructure, local governments are in a squeeze. Finding a way to pay for improvements is the real roadblock.
Federal funds don't always come through for infrastructure, and cities often don’t have money for new roads, dams, airports and bridges. Public-private partnerships could save the day.
With the federal government slow to assist, Pennsylvania chose to embark on a massive upgrade to over 500 bridges. Here's how its Department of Transportation is making it happen.