Table Rock Capital
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Three new teams have joined the list of groups vying for a landmark indirect potable reuse project in California. The recalibration of the previously pre-qualified consortia is equally interesting.
Veolia North America finds new strategies for growth after PPS fails to make headway Vol 19, Issue 2 (February 2018)
The French company is no longer pursuing its Peer Performance Solutions business model, despite its early success with New York City. Instead, CEO Bill DiCroce is bolstering its regional outsourcing sales force, and accelerating its expansion on the industrial side
Introducing a progressive element into the delivery of P3 projects in the water sector could stimulate more deal flow by offering clients a greater say in a project’s outcome. The concept is not popular with everyone.
More and more public authorities are embracing the possibility of delivering water infrastructure using private capital and expertise. Despite the diversity of projects in the pipeline, the market is realistic about how this will translate into deal flow.
Questions have been raised over the methodology and the choice of shortlisted teams for a prospective $800 million reuse P3 in California. Is it just a case of sour grapes?
The National Water Supply and Drainage Board of Sri Lanka is planning capital investment of up to $700 million in the country’s water and wastewater infrastructure every year until 2020 (see story p28).
The fallout from the largest municipal bankruptcy in US history could be partly ameliorated by an equally significant water PPP. Who is in the frame to take the prize?
The market for municipal water and wastewater concessions in the US has been slow-growing, despite some highprofile contract wins. What are the keys to developing this politically charged space?