America’s schools, hospitals and courthouses are crumbling.

Public Private Partnerships are a solution

  • Bill Promises to Meet Infrastructure Needs of State, Local Governments October 18, 2016The Us Capitol - By Al Maloof, Daily Business Review The state of Florida and its local governments have an urgent need for public works and other critical infrastructure projects. This is driven by several factors, including years of underfunding from all levels of government, the state's growing population and the increasing demands of technology. Having assessed some of those needs for prior administrations, it's obvious we must think more creatively about how the public and private sector can build these projects. In Florida, we have seen public-private partnerships thrive with the $2.3 billion Interstate 4 Ultimate Improvement Project in Orlando, $1 billion Port Read More

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