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ACCIONA Concessions participates at P3 HUB WEST


   One of the most important events on the US west coast for the Public-Private Partnership (P3) sector

   Leading companies from the infrastructure sector and representatives from public administrations will come together in Santa Monica (California) on 1 and 2 May

ACCIONA Concessions will participate at the fourth annual P3 Hub West event, one of the most important in the Public-Private Partnership sector in the USA.

Organised by the publication P3 Bulletin, the event will bring together key players in the public-private partnership sector that operate on the west coast of the USA, on 1 and 2 May, in the Californian city of Santa Monica, when managers from major companies in the infrastructure sector will get together with potential clients from public administrations.

ACCIONA Concessions has a dual involvement at P3 Hub West. In addition to being a Silver Sponsor at the event, ACCIONA Concessions will also talk about its experience of developing projects under public-private partnership formats.

On 2 May, Roberto Agudo, head of business development in the USA for ACCIONA Concessions, will talk in the session entitled “Summary of opportunities. The perspective of project sponsors and developers”, which will examine issues such as the relationship between the private sector and local developers, or corporate strategies for successfully prequalifying (RFQ) and submitting proposals (RFP).

ACCIONA Concessions has been a world leader in developing and managing infrastructures under public-private partnership (P3) formats since 1861, when it took over the management of a railway line in north-west Spain. It has developed more than 40 P3 projects in sectors such as transport, hydraulic works, water treatment and irrigation as well as social infrastructures. 

ACCIONA Concessions currently manages a total of 25 projects in North America, Australia and New Zealand, Latin America and Europe, spanning the entire value chain, from design and construction through to financing, operations and maintenance. 

It has been awarded more than 30 international prizes since 2000, including in recent years for the Sydney Light Rail project (“Best Project Finance Deal – Australia & New Zealand 2015” from FinanceAsia, “Asia Pacific PPP Deal of the Year 2015” from Infrastructure Investor, and “Asia-Pacific PPP Deal of the Year 2015” from PFI); and the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing in Australia (“Asia-Pacific Road Deal of the Year 2015” from PFI, “Asia-Pacific Road Deal of the Year 2015” from IJGlobal, and “Partnership Gold Award - Best Road Project 2016”), among others.

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