Our 2023 program will present a series of keynotes, case studies, panels, workshops, and diverse networking opportunities designed for attendees to deepen their understanding on the value proposition of P3s, and the role they can play in the delivery of essential public infrastructure.
Our two and half day program has been designed to help you plan and procure successful P3 initiatives, understand best practices in selecting and negotiating with prospective partners, and take the proper steps to ensure project success.
Over 150 leading practitioners will present their firsthand observations of P3 projects of all sizes in different markets from around the country. We will also offer in-depth roundtable discussions for public sector delegates with interest in discussing specific P3 issues in a more candid and interactive forum.
Attendees with little experience in the development and operation of the P3 model will benefit from our industry experts presenting their knowledge, and valuable insights into market trends crucial for business decisions.
More seasoned professionals will benefit from our incredible networking opportunities, cultivate relationships with project sponsors, and learn new methods to address complex project delivery goals.
The agenda offers multiple daily breaks, receptions, one-on-one meeting areas, and specific events designed for you to meet with industry professionals, project sponsors/owners, and a chance to reconnect with old colleagues.
With over 1,000 participating delegates, attendees find P3C to be one of the most effective places on their event schedule to cultivate relationships and network with the industry’s most active and influential professionals.
Days of Networking
Our 2023 agenda will provide a review of the most notable events that shaped the P3 landscape in the past year, and address some of the major political, policy, and project developments that are likely to define the P3 experience moving forward. State and city leaders in infrastructure across the country will offer perspectives on local infrastructure needs, key drivers for action while considering major challenges, and the potential roles and limitations of P3 projects. We will also explore strategies for managing project delivery decisions through P3s, as well as discuss the anticipated role that P3 will play for federal, state and local infrastructure across multiple sectors.
Open to Public Sector and Owner Attendees Only. Please join industry leaders and AIAI members for breakfast and an interactive conversation specifically tailored to the needs of agencies that are evaluating P3s. This pre-conference session is designed for those beginning to explore P3s and are seeking to better understand where alternative and accelerated project delivery methods can be applicable. Learn about when P3s do and do not make sense, what are the major considerations that need to be made when choosing this route, how can they can save money and time when dealing with capital repairs and deferred maintenance, and what are some of the first steps to make when considering the P3 route.