PEDA - Pennsylvania Economic Development Association

On Demand Webinar: P3 Matchmaking: Determining the Best Type of P3 Mechanism for Your Project

  • 06/13/2019
  • Online Webinar Recording (The recording will be provided to you upon registration and payment.)

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This Webinar is now available on video for those who wish to see it.  Available in Flash and WMV formats only.  You will receive viewing information once payment is made

This web seminar will introduce the types of public-private partnership (P3) mechanisms successfully being utilized nationwide and how new legislation has impacted the P3 horizon in Pennsylvania. We will investigate several standard mechanisms, including:

lDesign-build (DB) contracts

lDesign-build finance operate maintain (DBFOM)

lAvailability payments

Looking at specific examples, case studies, and best practices, we will determine the pros and cons of different mechanisms. P3s can be used to implement transportation improvements, such as bridge, highway and transit projects, as well as buildings and programs. The content of this training is essential to professionals considering using P3s in their communities. It is highly recommended that economic development professionals from the public, private, and nonprofit sectors participate in this web seminar.

Peter A. Angelides, Principal of Econsult Solutions, Inc. will lead this session. Dr. Angelides has held planning and development related positions at Wallace Roberts and Todd, the Central Philadelphia Development Corporation, and the Philadelphia City Planning Commission. Dr. Angelides also teaches Urban and Regional Economics at the Department of City and Regional Planning and Infrastructure Investment and Economic Growth at the Fels Center of Government, both at the University of Pennsylvania.

Attention Certified Providers: This course is approved to provide 1.50 organizational PDUs (Specialized Knowledge) as explained in the Guidelines for Certification of Economic Development Organizations issued by the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development and in the Institute’s Policies and Procedures.

This webinar is priced for participation by one individual.  Additional interested parties should register separately.

System Requirements
PC-based attendees
Required: Windows® 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server


Macintosh®-based attendees
Required: Mac OS® X 10.5 or newer




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