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Introduction to Public Private Partnership (PPP)
With our infrastructure deteriorating and limited financing available, public owners look to levy the private sector for aid in the financing of our public projects. What does this mean to you and the construction industry as a whole? Learn the basics of Design Build Finance Operate Maintain (DBFOM) and Public Private Partnerships by viewing our recorded webinar....
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