- CHICAGO, ILLINOIS: SEPTEMBER 18, 2018
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ONSITE REGISTRATION: $500
NCPPP MEMBER — PUBLIC SECTOR
ONSITE REGISTRATION: $300
NON-MEMBER — PUBLIC SECTOR
ONSITE REGISTRATION: $450
NON-MEMBER — PRIVATE SECTOR
ONSITE REGISTRATION: $650
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P3Bootcamp will immerse you in the basics of public-private partnerships and then drill down into details that will help you understand how such projects come together and thrive. Check out the Chicago P3Bootcamp’s agenda below to learn more about the value of the P3Bootcamp experience.
September 18, 2018 | Chicago, IL | Host: K&L Gates
Attendee Check-In / Continental Breakfast (8:00 to 8:45 a.m.)
Welcome Remarks and P3Bootcamp Overview (8:45 to 9:00 a.m.)
Speakers: Jason Washington, National Council for Public-Private Partnerships
The Framework of Public-Private Partnerships & First Steps in the Process (9:00 a.m. to 10:15 a.m.)
- What is a P3?
- Reasons to consider a P3.
- Sectors where P3s are used.
- Understanding what a P3 can and cannot do.
- How do P3s differ from traditional privatization and procurement processes?
- What are the different structures for P3 transactions (mid-term to long-term O&M contracts; design, build, operate and maintain (DBOM) contracts; design, build, finance, operate and maintain (DBFoM) transactions; concession, lease and franchise transactions)?
- Preparing the agency.
- Identifying a P3 champion.
- Identifying and marshaling the resources required to implement a successful P3.
- Evaluating whether the agency has sufficient legal authority for a P3, and what procurement procedures apply.
- Bringing and keeping stakeholders on board.
- Implementing an active communications plan.
Speakers: John Smolen, Tim Weston
Break (10:15 to 10:30 a.m.)
Identifying and Developing a P3 Project (10:30 to 11:45 a.m.)
- What attracts the private sector to P3 projects?
- Evaluating whether a project is a suitable candidate for a P3.
- Considering options for P3 approaches.
- Formulating the project based on the agency’s needs.
- Identifying and allocating risk.
Speakers: Greg Cannito, Marcus Lemon, John Schmidt
Moderator: Tim Weston
Lunch (11:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.)
Green Stormwater P3 Discussion (12:15 – 1:15 p.m.)
Break (1:15 – 1:30 p.m.)
The Procurement Process/Best Practices (1:30 to 2:30 p.m.)
- Overview of the procurement process.
- Running a transparent procurement while maintaining the confidentiality of bidders.
- Timing of the procurement and the status of the environmental/permitting process.
- Encouraging competition and engaging the industry.
- The RFI, RFQ and RFP processes.
- Negotiating the P3 agreement.
Speakers: John Smolen, Nossaman LLP, Sam Beydoun, Illinois Department of Transportation
P3 Financing (2:30 to 3:30 p.m.)
- What tools are available, and how to evaluate which tools are most appropriate to a particular project.
- What are the key elements/issues/structures involved in financing a P3?
- What do equity investors and lenders look for in a project?
- What do practitioners need to see in a structure to make a deal work?
Speakers: Ted Hamer
Break (3:30 to 3:45 p.m.)
The Basics of the Financial Model (3:45 – 4:45 p.m.)
- How financings fit into P3 procurements and how lenders interact with owners
- Recognize/discuss equity and debt and the multiple financing parties that can be involved
Speakers: David Gloss, Ted Hamer
P3 Market Trends (4:45 to 5:45 p.m.)
- Where is the P3 market headed?
- What sectors are primed for P3 growth?
- How will the market trends affect your approach to projects?
Speakers: Regina Sharrow, David Pennington, BMO Capital Markets, Adam Giuliano, Kaplan Kirsch Rockwell, Ted Hamer, Jensen Clarke
Wrap-up/Q&A (5:45 to 6:00 p.m.)
- Federal P3Bootcamp
Over the past several years, the federal government and private industry have invested billions of dollars in public-private partnership and public-public/public-private partnership projects. These projects have included office buildings, energy infrastructure, parking facilities, housing, training facilities, multi-use facilities, research laboratories, outpatient clinics, roads, bridges and tunnels. It is the largest P3 market in the country.
More projects are needed, as dozens of federal agencies have billions of dollars in unaddressed infrastructure needs. The White House has signaled that it plans to make private investment an important part of the revitalization of infrastructure nationwide, including federal assets. But for companies that have not worked on federal P3s yet, the question is: How do you do P3 business with the federal government?
NCPPP’s Federal P3Bootcamp is an intensive, day-long training course that will provide the background on how P3s work, the history of federal partnerships, the procurement process and the likelihood of where new opportunities will arise. Participants will finish the Federal P3Bootcamp with the knowledge that will allow them to hit the ground running once the federal government enacts its new P3 policies for federal projects.
Federal P3Bootcamp is a presentation of NCPPP, with sponsorship from the Association of Defense Communities and the Society of American Military Engineers.
8:00 to 8:30 AM Attendee Check-In / Continental Breakfast
8:30 – 9:45 AM Welcome Remarks and Federal P3 Bootcamp Overview
This opening session will take a first-look at public-private partnerships and lay a foundation for those new to the P3 world. It will describe P3s, how the federal government uses them, and how they differ from more traditional procurement methods such as appropriations. The session will also take a closer look at types of federal P3s, with a focus on performance-based contracting and leases.
9:45 to 10:00 AM Networking Break
10:00 to 10:40 AM Opportunities in Federal P3s, Part 1
Now that we know what federal P3s are, we’ll take a closer look at how they have been used by the federal government so far. This session will look at several successful P3 initiatives so far, including military housing privatization, enhanced use leasing and energy savings performance contracts, along with financing tools that the federal government offers to facilitate P3s.
10:40 AM – 12:00 PM Where are We Going: Opportunities in Federal P3s, Part 2
We’ve heard for years that the federal government does not have the ability to finance large-scale construction projects anymore and will be seeking the assistance of the private sector. So, where exactly is the federal government heading? This forward-looking panel will address the future of federal P3s with a focus on new and upcoming projects.
12:00 – 1:00 PM Lunch– Keynote Speaker
1:15 – 2:15 PM Understanding Federal Budget Scoring and Its Influence on Federal P3s
We know the opportunities, but what are the challenges associated with federal P3s? This session will explore how federal budget rules impact the use of P3s at the federal level and how both the public and private sectors can better navigate those rules.
2:15 – 3:15 PM Impact of Legislative Action on New Federal P3 Opportunities
Infrastructure development was a central part of President Trump’s campaign. Since taking office, we have heard some of his plans, but are still waiting on the administration’s promised infrastructure bill. What do we think will be in that bill? How have the tax reform bills impacted federal infrastructure and, specifically, P3 policy? This session will take a close look at what is going on in Washington, DC and how it impacts P3s.
3:15 to 4:00 PM Roundtable Wrap-up
Now that we know about federal P3s, what questions do you all have? This last session will be an open discussion to ask questions of the speakers and attendees.
- REBECCA BROOKS
Project Director, Cintra
- DAVID SPECTOR
Director, Colorado High Performance Transportation Enterprise
- ANITA MOLINO
Managing Partner, Bostonia Partners LLC
- STEVE PARK
Partner, Ballard Spahr LLP
- SANDY HOE
Senior Of Counsel, Covington
- STEPHEN SORETT
Of Counsel, Kutak Rock
- PHILIPPE RAPIN
Vice President — Transaction Advisory, Mott MacDonald
- JOHN SMOLEN
Partner, Nossaman LLP
- STAN LADNER
Partner, Butler Snow LLP
- DALE BONNER
Executive Chairman, Plenary Concessions
- TIM WESTON
Partner, K&L Gates
- MIKE BELLMAN
President & CEO, Associated Builders & Contractors
- PHIL SMITH
Federal Project Development, Honeywell