Sponsors

WHY SPONSOR?

Sponsorship of the P3 Awards represents an unparalleled opportunity to demonstrate commitment and dedication to the industry. Awards sponsors benefit from:

- Positioning your company as a key force in the industry in association with the sector's most respected magazine
- Building brand awareness as a dedicated and trusted partner in P3s
- Strengthening business relationships through the unbeatable networking opportunities
- Creating positive PR and raise awareness of your company's success and experience
- Receiving unrivalled, high profile branding before, during and after the event to all sectors and individuals at the highest level of P3
- Gaining maximum impact with further promotion through our media partners
- Being able to invite key clients and employees to attend the event as VIP guests 

This is the biggest and most prestigious networking event in the partnerships industry calendar, bringing together the key decision-makers from the public and private sectors.

Judged by the most respected names in P3, these Awards are recognised as the highest accolade available to the industry. Sponsoring a category is an unparalleled opportunity for your organisation to communicate with your peers and business partners and build new relationships across the industry.

There is no better platform than the P3 Awards to show your commitment and dedication to the P3 Industry.

If you would like to receive a copy of the P3 Awards 2020 sponsorship brochure or if you have any queries please contact Kirsty Wilson on Kirsty.wilson@p3bulletin.com or +44 7340 846873.

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    https://www.aecon.com/

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    Aon

    Aon Infrastructure Solutions (AIS) is dedicated to providing risk advisory services to the alternative project delivery market. Our practice is an integrated team of advisors with wide-ranging expertise including risk management, corporate strategy, law, procurement, public policy, finance, and project management. AIS brings market insight and risk solutions to all phases of APD initiatives through activities like risk solution workshops, assessing contractual risk transfer provisions,  and advising on cost-effective performance security and insurance solutions throughout the project lifecycle.

    Based in North America and positioned globally, AIS delivers the expertise of risk specialists who have worked on over 475 APD projects, on five continents, over the last 25 years. 

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    Bilzin Sumberg is a Miami-based firm that provides legal counsel to both grantors and project developers across a range of asset types, including  educational facilities and other social infrastructure, water and sewer, and transportation infrastructure, among others. Additionally, the firm has expertise in government contracting, lobbying, bid protests, project finance, and the drafting and negotiation of design and construction agreements. Bilzin Sumberg’s P3 Team has been the key legal representation on various multi-billion dollar P3s in the State of Florida. The unique multidisciplinary composition of  the firm’s P3 team has been critical in helping clients achieve the optimal risk allocation that is foundational to these projects.

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    https://www.dwpv.com/en 

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    https://hilltop-holdings.com/

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    Mayer Brown is a recognized leader in applying PPP structures to major infrastructure assets in the United States and a preferred provider around the world. We have been counsel in path-breaking transactions involving long-term concessions and the development of highways and toll roads, mass transit and rail networks, parking facilities, airports, ports and social infrastructure.

    We are unique among US market-leading infrastructure practices for the depth of our experience as government party counsel, sponsor’s counsel, lenders’ counsel and underwriters’ counsel, enabling us to understand and appreciate all perspectives of infrastructure transactions.

    The core of our infrastructure practice consists of attorneys with extensive experience representing government entities on infrastructure and other transactional matters, including attorneys who have served in government in legal and policy roles. We understand the unique issues facing governmental entities and the sensitivities of intergovernmental relations, which may be particularly complex at the federal, state and local levels with respect to individual projects.

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    https://www.miamidade.gov/global/home.page 

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    Plenary Concessions is the affiliate that holds all of Plenary Group’s project companies across North America. The Plenary Concessions team brings a broad mix of skills, disciplines and experience needed to deliver projects on-time and on-budget.

    Working closely with our consortium partners, our design and construction and asset management professionals ensure efficient delivery and effective long-term stewardship so that all project goals are met and taxpayers receive long-term value.

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    https://www.winston.com/en/

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    WSP

    WSP USA, formerly known as WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, is the U.S. operating company of WSP, a global engineering and professional services firm. With 7,000 employees in 100 offices nationwide, WSP partners with public and private clients on the development of infrastructure including transportation, energy, buildings, water and environmental projects. The firm has extensive experience with structuring P3 transactions, securing public finance resources and integrating private investment into public infrastructure projects. WSP offers a full range of services throughout the P3 project development cycle, including planning support, procurement, delivery options analysis, financial planning, general engineering consultant and owner’s representative. www.wsp.com

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    The Association for the Improvement of American Infrastructure (AIAI) is a non-profit organization formed in the District of Columbia to help shape the direction of the national Public Private Partnership marketplace.

    AIAI - the Association for the Improvement of American Infrastructure serves as a national proponent to facilitate education and legislation through targeted advocacy. AIAI believes that effective and well-planned education can provide civic leaders with the knowledge they need to make informed decisions about the benefits of public private partnerships: economic development, life cycle cost savings, risk transfer and accelerated project delivery. We aim to shape a better America through the success and growth of our industry through job creation and providing a platform for the exchange of innovative ideas.

    AIAI's Board is comprised of leaders of the construction and development industry. Their extensive national and international experience and industry knowledge provides AIAI with a clear direction for developing and advocating policy and legislative solutions, allowing more equitable and effective partnerships across diverse market sectors from transportation and energy to educational, health and public service institutions. 

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    We deliver the AWARD® collaborative web-based evaluation solution, specifically designed to support strategic, complex, high risk procurements. With proven expertise in supporting the delivery of successful P3 projects worldwide, the AWARD® suite provides project teams with the confidence that they are dealing with procurement challenges efficiently, meeting the demands of regulations and delivering robust decisions that are open to external scrutiny. Our mission statement is to “Make a difference by helping people around the world benefit from the right procurement decisions being made on important projects”.

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    The Women’s Infrastructure Network (“WIN”) is an inclusive global network with Chapters operating in the United States, Canada, Australia, New and the United Kingdom. We support over 3000 members and growing through networking events and development programs. Acting regionally, but connected globally, each WIN Chapter offers a connection to the broader infrastructure community, networking opportunities and industry events with local, national and global significance.

    WIN’s core mission is to help women to emerge as leaders in this growing field in which historically women have been under represented and to:
    • Facilitate professional development, advancement and support of women in the infrastructure sector;
    • Promote the infrastructure sector as a long-term career option with a supportive industry-recognized network for women;
    • Create a strong network of contacts to foster professional opportunities and facilitate collaboration between the public and private sectors; and
    • Provide junior women access to senior practitioners to develop career opportunities and mentoring relationships.

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    P3 Bulletin and Partnerships Bulletin provide intelligence to leaders in the public and private sectors that form partnerships to design, build, finance, operate and maintain public infrastructure. Through our editorial coverage, database and market-leading events we provide platforms to learn about the projects, partners and policies that will shape the transport, social and utility infrastructure sectors.