ASCE CJB LogoASCE Central Jersey Branch February Technical Meeting Presented in collaboration with RVSPE, AACE-NJ and Rutgers ASCE Student Chapter


Tuesday February 18, 2014 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM EST

Doors open at at 5:30 PM,

Dinner begins at 6:00 PM,

Presentation from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

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Rutgers Busch Campus - Busch Dining Hall A/B 
608 Bartholomew Road
Piscataway, NJ 08854

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Mona Cavalcoli 
Central Jersey Branch 

Public-Private Partnerships

The Engineer's Role in Public-Private Partnerships to Stand Up New Infrastructure

A panel presentation & discussion to discuss the engineer's role in Public Private Partnerships (P3), featuring:

Debbie Nisson -- Ullico

Frank Rapoport -- Peckar & Abramson, PC

Rick Mroz -- Mroz Consulting

This Program is approved for 1.0 PDH by the Practicing Institute of Engineering (PIE)

The topic of Public-Private Partnerships (P3) is complex. The building of alliances between government and private organizations to provide public services involves many motivations, aims, and mechanisms for funding and delivery of services.

This presentation aims to discuss the engineer's role in P3s, with emphasis on new infrastructure. See detailed agenda below.

Cost $45/pp for professionals ($10/pp for students and unemployed ASCE members)

February 18th at Rutgers - Busch Dining Hall, 608 Bartholomew Road, Piscataway, NJ 08854. Doors will open at 5:30 PM for check-in. Dinner at 6:00 pm, followed by the Technical Presentation.

This Program is approved for 1.0 PDH by the Practicing Institute of Engineering (PIE)

  • Introduction
  • Key P3 Deal Structures
  • Sectors Using P3
  • The U.S. P3 Market – Status, Opportunities and Geography
  • Emerging New State Markets for P3s
  • Emerging Social Infrastructure P3s
  • Emerging Growth Locations for P3s
  • History of P3s in New Jersey
  • The US P3 Community
  • The Roles of Engineers and Engineering Firms in P3s
  • The Benefits for an Engineering Firm to Participate in a P3 Venture
  • Major Components of Risk Allocation
  • The Risks for Engineering Firms in P3 Participation
  • Lessons Learned and Discussion