WCX Conducts Training with Stanford University on Performance-Based Infrastructure in the Water Sector
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In October 2015, the West Coast Infrastructure Exchange along with Stanford University's Global Projects Center hosted a training for the public sector focused on performance-based infrastructure (PBI) in the water sector.
The training was attended by 47 public officials and employees from 16 utilities and 12 federal and state agencies. The presenters included a wide variety of experts on PBI, including four utilities with PBI experience. A list of all presenters is available here.
The program consisted of three modules:
- Public-Private Partnership (P3) Basics: Risk Transfer, Long-Term Alignment, and Performance-Based Contracting
- Evaluating Whether a P3 is Right for Your Project
- Public-Private Partnership Project Implementation
- Key P3 Concepts / Overview of Public Private Partnerships
- P3 Options Analysis and Decision Making
- Case Study: Seattle Public Utilities - Two Large Treatment Facilities
- Case Study: Regina's Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade Project
- Case Study: San Antonio's Vista Ridge Regional Water Project
- Case Study: Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department
- P3 Procurement Approach and Process Overview
Should you have any questions or like additional information, please contact Scott Boardman at firstname.lastname@example.org or (503) 477-9259.