In ACUHO-I’s Talking Stick, Emily Rudduck wrote “Web of Support: Public-private partnerships look very different from campus to campus, but staff on both sides embrace their work together.” This article speaks with multiple education administrators to offer their experience and guidance. (Jun./Jul. 2015)
Day: September 21, 2017
This presentation was given by B&D’s Jeff Turner, alongside Colin Donahue (CSU, Northridge) and Deborah Wylie (HED-LA), at the 2017 SCUP Annual Conference. It covers the opportunities and challenges of P3s, how to ensure holistic programming and long-term flexibility, ways to leverage revenue-based projects to include academic space, and navigating stakeholder engagement and involvement. Access the presentation slides.
This article by B&D’s Ryan Jensen and Joe Winters compares master planning processes at two schools–the University of Alabama and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga–and dives into the unique outcomes and recommendations derived from each plan. For SCUP Subscribers, read the full article here.
Public-private partnerships (“P3”) have become an effective option for institutions to pursue their strategic objectives while managing a project’s speed to market, navigating complex political environments, leveraging financial capacity and expertise, and transferring risk and return to the appropriate parties. As the range of P3 development structures continues to expand and provide exciting opportunities, the …
Inside Higher Ed reported on P3-related conversations at the 2017 Society for College and University Planning (“SCUP”) conference. This article looks at the significant growth of and interest in P3s, as well as what P3s can do–and what they can’t. It quotes B&D’s Jeff Turner, among others. Read the full article.
“To avoid tapping into their debt capacities, a number of colleges and universities are using tax credits and other incentive plans to make their capital projects a reality.” This article by B&D’s Jeff Turner and Nick Gabel, published in NACUBO’s Business Officer, looks at emerging P3 models that include the use of state and federal tax …
Patrick Martin, vice president for real estate, public-private partnerships and compliance at Louisiana State University (“LSU”) talked to Student Housing Business about his experience guiding LSU through an ambitious P3. B&D is quoted extensively, and the entire article offers important reflection on the P3 experience. Read the full article.