October 17, 2017
John Tyler Community College Campus
800 Charter Colony Parkway
Midlothian, VA 23114
(This is a half-day workshop; 8:00am-12:00pm) P3- Public-Private Partnerships is gaining ground in the United States. P3 is a method of procuring public infrastructure where the private sector assumes a major share of the financing and construction. Design Build is a method for project delivery in which a design-build team works under a single contract to provide design and construction services. Public-private partnerships and Design Build both have the potential benefits as projects can be completed more quickly and sometimes at a lower cost. This course will focus on the benefits (and issues) of both Design –Build Projects, P3 Projects and P3-Design-Build Projects. We will focus on successful P3/Design Build projects and how they work.
This course will focus on the benefits (and issues) of both Design –Build Projects, P3 Projects and P3-Design-Build Projects. We will focus on successful P3/Design Build projects and how they work.
Aimee Connerton has over 17 years in the Construction Products Industry currently serving Rinker Materials as a Technical Promotions Engineer in the Mid-Atlantic Area. She started her Technical Promotions career in the Stormwater Industry and it is still her passion. Aimee is active in the Precast Association of Virginia and is the current President Central Atlantic Precast Concrete Association. Aimee also sits on the Infrastructure Committee for ACPA. Aimee holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry from The University of Maryland, College Park.
Who Should Attend
Contractors, Engineers and Designers in Infrastructure, as well as potential Investors can benefit from this class.
Registration and Payment
The following registration fees cover the session, all course materials and meals:
Local Government: $50.00
Private Industry: $200.00
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