Infrastructure Improvements & Upgrades



Tighter budgets and the need to reverse years of underinvestment in infrastructure have forced many communities to rethink how they pay for and manage infrastructure.


The use of Public Private Partnerships to provide U.S. infrastructure increased fivefold in the aftermath of the Great Recession.   In 2014, President Obama launched the Build America Investment Initiative, which utilizes the Public Private Partnership as one method to maintain and develop new infrasture throughout the country.  President Trump has followed suit and has been heard touting the benefits of P3s as well.

Under a PPP, a government contracts with a private firm to design, finance, construct, operate, and maintain (or any subset of those roles) an infrastructure asset on behalf of the public sector. When the private sector takes on risks that it can manage more cost-effectively, a PPP may be able to save money for taxpayers and deliver higher quality or more reliable service over a shorter timeframe.

How Can a Public Private Partnership be Used to Provide Infrastructure Improvements?


P3 Connection sought out some of the best Infrastructure Design, Engineering & Construction companies in the world and has formed strategic partnerships with several in an effort to provide comprehensive solutions for a variety of Infrastructure needs.


In all instances, the Private Partner will provide 100% of the upfront capital required for the Infrastructure project. 


If the Infrastructure project generates income, the Partnership can be structured so the Government Partner shares in any revenue generated.



  • 100% of Project Costs Provided Upfront

  • $10M Minimum Transaction

  • No Maximum $ Transaction

      (Determined by Credit Rating of

      Public Partner)

Infrastructure Types


All Infrastructure Projects will be considered. 


Below are a few examples, but does not comprise a full list.  If you do not see your project type, please ask.


  • Airports

  • Toll Roads, Highways & Bridges

  • Ports, Canals, Dams & Levees

  • Electric Grid & Utilities

  • Water Supply

  • Wastewater, Solid Waste & Sewer Lines

  • Municipal & Toxic Waste

  • Pipelines

  • Parking Garage

  • Mass Transit & Railways

  • Parks & Convention Centers

  • Schools & Universities

  • Government Housing

  • Hospitals & Clinics

  • Alternative or Renewable Energy Projects