Date: July 22, 2019 - July 23, 2019
Location: Manchester Grand Hyatt, San Diego, CA
Nixon Peabody attorney Roderick Devlin will be a presenter and panelist during the 2019 Public Private Partnership Airport Summit held July 22–23 in San Diego.
From the conference website:
Join over 1,000 airport representatives and industry leaders next week for 2 valuable days of project delivery discussions. The summit will focus on project management, planning, procurement, and networking for airport owners, operators, airlines, and other industry professionals. Our event is dedicated to P3 education, industry networking, and business development.
Best Practices in Deal Structuring & Contract Management
Tuesday, July 23, 9:45–10:45 a.m.
The basis of all good public-private partnerships is in the structuring of the deal and the management/oversight of the contract. During this session both public and private sector experts will discuss the basic and best practices for P3 deal structuring. They will also share their views on the best practices for contract management for the long-term success of a P3.
Best Practices in Risk Allocation and Surety
Tuesday, July 23, 1:30–2:30 p.m.
The effective use of the P3 model is predicated on contractually allocating risk to the party most able to effectively manage it, but such risk allocation cannot occur in a vacuum. Risk allocation between parties must be aligned with project fundamentals including performance, financing and payment obligations, to ensure that parties are sufficiently incentivized to effectively manage their respective risks once the signed concession agreement becomes effective. A diverse panel representing multiple perspectives will offer real world examples, and insights into the critical links between effective risk transfer and incentives impacting both the private partner selection process and the successful implementation of the project concession agreement.
For more information and to register, please visit the 2019 Public Private Partnership Airport Summit website.