Why attend?

• Hear from key representatives from federal, state and municipal agencies
• Financing and funding structures for future P3s
• Understanding how local P3s emerge
• The latest updates on key sectors including: transport, water, waste, energy and social infrastructure
• Where the developers and sponsors see the next big opportunities
• Changing P3 legislation across the South 


Please see some of the event highlights below:

October 16

4.00pm 'Speed dating' with the public officials
A rare networking and information opportunity for 60 delegates to learn more about the P3 plans and procurers from specific regions within the US and Latin America .

6.30pm Networking drinks reception and canapes
An opportunity for all delegates to network with the all attendees from both the South Hub and the LatAm Hub, the public officials and the speakers from the main day conference.

*limited availability for the round table discussions



October 17

9.00am - 4.00pm Main day conference
Our program on Tuesday October 17 features a full day of sessions exploring the subjects driving the P3 and infrastructure agenda in the Southern region of the United States. The day also features many networking opportunities with fellow delegates as well as public and private sector speakers. 


P3 Hub LatAm - October 16

This year, P3 Hub South will be preceeded by P3 Hub LatAm which can be booked alongside the South event.

 

Companies that attended previous Hub events are:

Acciona Infrastructure Canada
ACS Infrastructure Canada
Aecom Canada
Aecon Infrastructure
Alberta Infrastructure
Altus Group
Amec Foster Wheeler
Aon Infrastructure Solutions
Arup
BA Blacktop
Balfour Beatty Investments
BBGI
Bennett Jones
Bird
Black & McDonald
Borden Ladner Gervail
Bouygues Building Canada
British Consulate General
BTY Group
Bull, Housser & Tupper
CH2M Hill
Cintra
City of Calgary
City of Regina
City of Vancouver
ColasCanada Inc.
Collings Johnston Inc
Commerce Decisions
Concert Infrastructure
COWI North America
DBRS
Deloitte
Dentons Canada
Dept. of Foreign Affairs, Trade &
Development
DIF Management Canada
Dillon Consulting
DLA Piper (Canada)
EllisDon Capital
Ernst & Young
Export Development Canada
Farris, Vaughan, Wills & Murphy
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin
Ferrovial Agroman Canada
Flatiron
Forum Equity Partners
Fraser River Pile and Dredge
Gowlings
Gracorp Capital Partners
Graham Construction & Engineering
Graham Group
Hatch Mott MacDonald
HDR
HOCHTIEF PPP Solutions North America
Honeywell
HSBC Securities (Canada)
IBI Group
InfraRed Capital Partners
Infrastructure Ontario
InfraWest
Jensen Hughes
John Laing
Kiewit Development Company
KPMG
Ledcor Construction
LeighFisher Canada
Mainroad Holdings
Marsh
McCarthy Tetrault
McElhanney
McMillan LLP
Miller Thomson
Ministry of International Trade, BC
Ministry of Transportation and
Infrastructure
MKT Development Group
MMM Group
Morrison Hershfield
Mott MacDonald
MVT Canada Bus
National Bank Financial Markets
Parsons Enterprises
Partnerships BC
PCL Constructors Westcoast Inc.
Perkins & Will
Peter Kiewit Infrastructure
Plenary Concessions
PPP Canada
PwC
Saskbuilds
Shannon & Wilson
SNC-Lavalin
Standard and Poors
Stantec
Suez Environnement
Sun Life
Tetra Tech
TransLink (South Coast BC Transportation
Authority)
Tremco Canada
Turner Construction
Urban Systems
Valard Construction
Vinci Construction
WSP Canada Inc.