Campus public private partnerships

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8 crucial factors to consider before embarking on a public private partnership

In order to bridge the gap between available public resources and the cost of needed infrastructure and facilities, public institutions across the United States are turning to public private partnership (P3) transaction structures.

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Universities reimagined as local incubators: 3 trends for higher education P3s

From tech-forward research labs to amenity-rich student housing, U.S. colleges and universities are striving to create unique live-work-learn-play spaces to attract talent and tuition dollars.
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Drexel University’s successful innovation district

With the help of a P3, Drexel is creating a vibrant innovation district called Schuykil Yards.

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University of Colorado-Denver


Limited state funding is no problem when a public-private partnership can bring new campus facilities to life.

UC Riverside


University of California, Riverside created a public-private partnership to bring 800 new beds and a dining hall to campus. 

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