Why Isn't the U.S. Better at Public-Private Partnerships?
- Published on March 4, 2013
- Written by Mike McClain, Senior Web Designer & Site Manager
Officials in British Columbia have encountered a unique problem in recent years that most jurisdictions would be thrilled to have: Infrastructure projects are being completed not just on time, but early. Way too early. Builders have been finishing hospitals, for example, so far ahead of schedule that they haven’t even been allocated operating funds. “We had to limit how early they could be built,” says Sarah Clark, president and CEO of Partnerships British Columbia.