The future development of social infrastructure is dependent on private investment. But first, the sector needs to be better understood, the perceived political risk needs to be removed, and the social infrastructure market needs to mature and grow. Join us with this panel of experts as they discuss these issues in the context of their national and international experience of public private partnerships.
+ Gavin Kain / Woods Bagot
+ Clifford Ham / Judicial Council of California
+ John Pirog / Hawkins Delafield and Wood, LLP
+ Dale Bonner / Plenary Concessions
Free to SPUR members
$10 for non-members
Okay to bring lunch
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