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Public/Private Finance and Development: Methodology/Deal Structuring/Developer Solicitation



This invaluable guide through the complex but highly worthwhile partnering between public and private entities in developing and constructing a wide range of building projects offers objective, comprehensive information integral to both the public and private partners. Included here is a powerful and creative five—part approach to transforming a financially unfeasible project into a project attractive to the private capital markets that covers:

  • The tangible and intangible ingredients required for a successful public/private partnership
  • How to customize a partnership to meet each partner's needs, acceptable level of risk, responsibility, and economic returns
  • Step—by—step guidelines on completing the developer Request for Qualification (RFQ) and the Request for Proposals (RFP) process

Including detailed descriptions of several case studies pertinent to both sides, this unique manual will be indispensable to government and university real estate officials, developers, architects, contractors, investment bankers, consultants, attorneys, engineers, and the array of other professionals involved in the public/private finance, design, development, construction, and facility management of government, university, school district, and commercial buildings.

JOHN STAINBACK has twenty four years of experience in the real estate industry, including fifteen years in public/private finance and development, and has earned a reputation as one of the nation s leaders in the field. He is currently a Senior Vice President and the National Director of Public/Private Development for LCOR, Inc., a national development and real estate asset management company. He also serves on the Board of Directors of The National Council for Public Private Partnerships, and is a full member of both the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and the ULI s Public Private Partnership Council. He has written over twenty published articles on public/private finance and development. Stainback received a bachelor of architecture and a bachelor of arts in urban sociology from the University of Maryland, and a master of city planning and a master of architecture from the University of Pennsylvania.
Public/Private Development Partnerships and Other Methods to Realize Projects.

Emergence of Public/Private Development Partnerships.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Public/Private Development Partnerships.

A Highly Integrated Process Is Required to Achieve Successful Public/Private Development Partnerships.

The Role and Responsibilities of the Public Partners.

Partnerships Can Be Customized to Meet the Objectives of Both Partners.

Structuring Public/Private Finance Plans.

The Developer Solicitation Process.

The Precarious Future of Public/Private Development Partnerships.

Eight Case Studies.