Pillsbury has been a leader for more than 25 years in helping the public and private sectors work together on infrastructure and other projects, representing public agencies and private entities in the US and internationally.
Our law firm’s extensive experience with public-private ventures (PPVs), as they are generally known in the federal arena, and public-private partnerships (PPPs or P3s) covers many types of projects, including transportation (toll roads, rail and light rail), power plants, airports, military housing and other infrastructure, energy generation facilities, port facilities, the first privately financed courthouse in the US and a neuroscience research centre.
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