TRANSACTIONS + TRANSFORMATIONS: Reinventing Delivery Models in Higher Education
October 11, 2018 | UCSC Arboretum & Botanic Garden - Horticulture II Hall | Santa Cruz, CA
Join us to learn how innovative transactions like public-private partnerships (P3) can be embedded into your integrated planning frameworks and transform your campus. Case study projects within the University of California and California State University systems illustrate how incentivized P3 transactions can lead to successful, multi-agency or inter-organizational alliances. This one-day, two-part, immersive experience will explore the P3 model as a strategy for realizing financially viable projects that serve current and future learn/live modalities and develop a framework for high-performance physical infrastructure.
Part 1: TRANSACTIONS
Industry leaders across public and private organizations will share current P3 project case studies to reveal an array of risk management and quality assurance tools that balance speed, value, contractibility, and operational performance from planning through occupancy. Part 1 looks closely at the technical components of P3, including the financial analysis, procurement, and long-view planning that creates a foundation for success.
What are the basic components of a P3?
What do the skeptics of P3 fear?
Which are the critical roles and who is best equipped to play them?
Part 2: TRANSFORMATIONS
Members of P3 teams candidly discuss how to amplify the value of P3 transactions to deliver the greatest academic, financial, and operational value. Part 2 will explore how to influence trends to create multiple bottom line wins that advance design, quality, purpose in education, high performance, profit, and schedule efficiencies.
How do you prepare for the P3 wave that is coming?
How does P3 work at different scales?
What are the most relevant measures of success?
Define the organizational components of a P3 project, including project partners and roles, process and timelines, financial, and contractual.
Describe to your institution what makes a P3 project successful, including appropriate risk management and quality assurance procedures.
Outline ways a P3 framework can complement your institution’s strategic, academic, and facility operations plans.
Explain how the P3 model can be structured to support various project types, scales and innovative systems performance outcomes.