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Public-Private Partnerships

Public-Private Partnership Initiative

The Real Estate Research Institute within the E. J. Ourso College of Business has established a Public-Private Partnership (P3) Initiative to educate stakeholders within the State of Louisiana on how the public and private sectors can work together on the development of infrastructure projects, educational facilities, hospitals, water and sewerage systems, and so forth. 

Leveraging Louisiana State University’s experience with the development of our own properties using P3s, such as Nicholson Gateway, LSU South Stadium expansion, and others, this P3 Initiative is intended to share our knowledge with the community to promote economic development while solidifying corporate partnerships with industry.


View Details of Past Events:

The Ins and outs of Public Private Partnerships -  2018
Stacking debt and equity sources for successful economic development and investor returns - 2019
nfrastructure - 2020 (Cancelled due to Covid-19)


Public-Private Partnership (P3) Basics from The Associated General Contractors – Key characteristics of P3s, types and benefits of P3s, and keys to successful projects. 

Louisiana Department of Transportation & Development - Public-Private Partnerships - Act No. 519 of 2016 authorized the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development to solicit proposals for and enter into contracts for public-private partnership projects for transportation facilities.​ 

Urban Land Institute Public/Private Partnership Council (PPPC) - The mission of the PPPC is to develop, refine and disseminate best practices for effective real estate public/private partnerships.