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Tuesday, July 23 • 2:30pm - 4:45pm
Transportation and Infrastructure Finance Session II

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The Transportation and Infrastructure Working Groups focuses on the infrastructure of our major corridors and gateways, with a special interest on border infrastructure. Traditional funding mechanisms for large-scale infrastructure and transportation projects are challenged by the absence of resources to explore innovative procurement methods.

The PNWER Innovative Infrastructure Finance Taskforce promotes best practices for public-private infrastructure financing. Public-private partnerships, or P3s, are innovative financing models between governments and the private sector to build public infrastructure like roads, hospitals or schools, or to deliver services. Unlike traditional procurement arrangements, the public sector integrates all parts of a P3 project into one contract. The public sector owns the infrastructure and risk is spread between the private and public entities.

Working Group Co-chairs:
Sen. Chuck Winder
, Idaho Legislature
Bruce Agnew, Cascadia

More information on the Working Group here.


Speakers
avatar for Kyle Toffan

Kyle Toffan

President and CEO, SaskBuilds
Kyle was recently appointed as the President and CEO of SaskBuilds Corporation inDecember 2018. He comes to this role with over 10 years of experience working for theGovernment of Saskatchewan, most notably as Executive Director of Capital Planningand Infrastructure with SaskBuilds... Read More →
avatar for Sen. Chuck Winder

Sen. Chuck Winder

Legislator; Transportation Working Group Co-chair, Idaho Legislature
Chuck is a member of the Idaho Senate serving his third term as an Idaho State Senator representing east Meridian and west Boise. He also serves at the Idaho Senate Assistant Majority Leader and is active on Transportation and State Affairs Committees. Chuck attended the College of... Read More →


Tuesday July 23, 2019 2:30pm - 4:45pm
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