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A public-private partnership (P3) is an agreement used when you need something done—like facility updates or maintenance—but don’t have the capital or in-house expertise to make it happen.
Parking facilities are valuable for your people—and they are valuable real estate assets, too. What if you could offload parking management and maintenance without losing control? A P3 can do just that.
More than 61% of potential students told the Princeton Review they want campus sustainability data included in college rankings. It’s important to your students. It’s important to you. How do you get there?
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