BTY has been a longstanding participant and proud supporter of this important event and this time around was no exception.
The annual conference hosted by the Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships has become a mainstay for industry thought leaders to gather and share news about projects and the future pipeline.
Our team of infrastructure advisors met with public and private sector stakeholders to share lessons we have learned on live projects and discuss the market outlook in the key areas of energy, telecommunications, transportation and social infrastructure.
BTY’s U.S. P3 Advisory team has had a record year of milestones on our P3 portfolio with 11 projects achieving Financial Close in the last 11 months.
Ryan Brady, BTY’s U.S. Director of P3 Advisory and Operations, moderated the conference’s panel on Airports and the Future of Travel. BTY also launched our Case Study on the LaGuardia Central Terminal Building project – a useful read for all in the industry looking to understand how this project is redefining airport redevelopments in the future.
The firm’s Canadian P3 Advisory team continues to build on more than 15 years of success with the expansion of Technical Advisory, Independent Certification and Project Delivery expertise on capital projects and infrastructure across the country.
Marie Foley, BTY’s P3 Advisory Lead in Canada introduced the conference’s panel on What Happens When Things Go Wrong, which was moderated by INTECH Risk Management President, Sarah Roberts.
The two firms also partnered to host the 2nd annual Women Leaders in P3 Dinner, a tremendous success that brought together some of the most accomplished women leaders from across Canada.
BTY’s growing team in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region was also on hand to provide Canadian investors and developers feedback about P3s in emerging markets.
Hand in hand with our support for the CCPPP’s efforts in organizing networking and sharing knowledge about Canadian P3 expertise, BTY is also a founding supporter and sponsor of the Young Leaders in Infrastructure Reception, which continues to be the best party in the city during the conference week.
With the conference now wrapped up, we are looking forward to learning more about how our firm can support the clients and industry partners we met throughout the week.