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The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority is on the verge of systemic failure. Could an ‘infrastructure-only’ concession skirt public distaste for private sector participation?
Water sector stunned as House tax bill sounds the death knell for PABs Vol 18, Issue 11 (November 2017)
A draft tax reform proposal would eliminate the tax-exempt status of private activity bonds in the US. How much of a setback would this be for private water projects?
A $200 million equity injection into a unique funding vehicle has the potential to bring small-scale distributed infrastructure finance to a much wider audience. Generate Capital CEO Scott Jacobs explains his infrastructure-as-a-service model to GWI.
US municipalities faced with ageing infrastructure and regulatory compliance are increasingly looking at options to consolidate their wastewater treatment assets.
Alternative approaches to US water utility consolidation hold promise Vol 18, Issue 11 (November 2017)
The consolidation of small water systems in the US could address funding constraints and operational deficiencies, while creating new opportunities for the private sector. Appetite may be increasing, but tangible examples remain elusive.
The US water sector needs to start taking decentralisation more seriously, argues Debra Coy.
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.
Design-build sheds its ‘alternative’ status as client uptake advances to the next level Vol 18, Issue 10 (October 2017)
A steady rise in the proportion of US water projects procured using design-build delivery has gone hand in hand with a trend towards increased collaboration between client and contractor. Who are the real winners in this evolving market segment?
The decision to pursue a P3 delivery method for a major reuse project in California puts an end to 18 months of market uncertainty. The client still needs to resolve a host of other issues before it can move forward with the project.