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Public/Private Finance and Development Methodology/Deal Structuring/Developer Solicitation

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ISBN-10: 0471333670

ISBN-13: 9780471333678

Edition: 2000

Authors: John Stainback

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Public/private finance and development is a consulting service which identifies partnership opportunities between public and private sector firms. This work objectively describes the advantages and disadvantages of public/private partnerships.
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Book details

List price: $215.00
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 6/13/2000
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 304
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.188
Language: English

About the Author
Public/Private Development Partnerships and Other Methods to Realize Projects
Responsibility and Risk
Types of Public Entities
Applications of the Approach
The Wide Variety of Building Types
Public Partners
The Three Basic Types of Public/Private Partnerships
The Three Basic Project Delivery Concepts
The Six Basic Ownership and Investment Scenarios
Emergence of Public/Private Development Partnerships
Core Reasons Behind the Growth of Public/Private Partnerships
Benefits of Private/Public Partnerships
Brief Overview of the History of Public/Private Partnerships
Confluence of Trends Leading to the Increasing Use of the Public/Private Partnership Approach
Advantages and Disadvantages of Public/Private Development Partnerships
Advantages from the Perspective of the Public Partner
Disadvantages from the Perspective of the Public Partner
Advantages from the Perspective of the Private Partner
Disadvantages from the Perspective of the Private Partner
A Highly Integrated Process Is Required to Achieve Successful Public/Private Development Partnerships
Public Officials Should Control the Predevelopment Process
The Highly Integrated and Multidisciplinary Public/Private Finance and Development Process
The Steps of the Public/Private Finance and Development Process
The Role and Responsibilities of the Public Partners
The Public Partner
Partnerships Can Be Customized to Meet the Objectives of Both Partners
Project Participation
Ownership of the Project
Ownership, Investment, Development, and Operational Risks
Economic Return
Level of Control
Implementation Schedule
Structuring Public/Private Finance Plans
The Stainback Five-Part Finance and Development Approach
The Developer Solicitation Process
The Six Alternative Approaches to Solicit Interest from the Private Sector
The Three-Step RFI/RFQ/RFP Process
The Two-Step RFQ/RFP Process
The RFQ Process Step by Step
The Schedule to Complete the RFQ Stage
The RFP Process
A Step-by-Step Description of the RFP Process Using the Two-Step RFQ/RFP Process
The Single-Step RFP Process
The Prequalified Developer RFP Process
The Sole-Source Developer Technique
The RFQ/Negotiation Method
The Precarious Future of Public/Private Development Partnerships
The Future Could Be Very Bright, but There Are Potential Problems
Current Problems That Are Hindering the Increasing Use of the Public/Private Partnership Approach
Eight Case Studies
The Oregon Arena (The Rose Garden), Portland, Oregon
Oyster School/Henry Adams House, Washington, DC
University of Pennsylvania's Sansom Commons Development, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The VA Medical Center Complex, City of Medicine Center, Durham, North Carolina
Rutgers State University, New Brunswick, New Jersey
JFK International Airport, Terminal 4--International Air Building, Jamaica, New York
U.S. Soldiers' and Airmen's Home, Washington, DC
White Flint Metro Station, North Bethesda, Maryland
Developer Request for Qualifications
Phase II Developer Request for Proposals
Request for Qualifications for the Master Developer for the Finance, Design, and Development of the University X and the University Community
Request for Proposals--The James F. Oyster School Public/Private Development Partnerships