Public Private Partnerships are in fashion. Governments and NGO's the world over are establishing variations on the theme of DESIGN, BUILD, OWN, OPERATE and TRANSFER which are altering the financing landscape for infrastructure projects.
While these financing arrangements are often complex, 'one-off' arrangements, they have come to own their place in the mix of options organizations and governments consider to deliver projects quickly when capital is not available or timely.
PLANDflex is involved in putting partnerships together for P3 bids on a 'call for proposals response' basis as well as unsolicited proposals where we feel our expertise can help government agencies and NGOs address a near-term infrastructure requirement when capital funds are not immediately available. Our focus is one of balancing needs, values and logistics - while helping clients navigate the planning, design, build and operate process.
P3 partnerships are very interesting structures, certainly much more than a creative financing model. Though education facilities has been the primary thrust of our work in this area, there are a broad range of applications suitable to many jurisdictions - as diverse as solving utility infrastructure, business process, facilities, roads and bridges. The common factors are stakeholders with a pressing need, a shortage of capital funding and process-gridlock that can be bridged with a P3 solution.
- building relationships, providing services to services to pension funds, corporations, trusts, estates and individual owner/clients.
We help our clients execute assignments where a complex real estate facility solution is required. PLANDflex offers: - comprehensive asset management capability - property management expertise - strong track record developing creative real estate solutions - demonstrated experience forging strategic partnerships, and making them work
The founders of the company envisioned a wide range of projects and collaborations. PLANDflex, as the name implies, melds client needs and expertise in areas of: - project and land use planning - development - flexibility
Real estate owners, particularly absentee and passive investors, need timely guidance, active management and effective strategy execution.