Rebels in Washington, D.C. and San Francisco help public and private organizations bridge the gap between infrastructure needs and financial resources through public-private partnerships (P3s), innovative financing, and strategic program management.
California and other regions are suffering from a housing crisis. Bus rapid transit (BRT) and value capture could address some of these deficits.
California recently passed the “Affordable Housing and High Road Jobs Act of 2022 Act” (AB 2011) which allows multi-family housing along commercially-zoned roads as long as 15% of the units are affordable. Flexible BRT can make these areas more accessible and given potential developments’ scale value capture could pay for a good portion of BRT and other infrastructure costs.
In this publication, Rebel Sasha Page discusses how COVID may impact transportation-oriented development and value capture for years to come.
A few times a year, we organize the two-day courses FAST Financial Modeling (T101) and FAST Project Finance Modeling (T201). We do this at our office in Washington D.C., Rotterdam or Antwerp.
We have provided financial advisory for more than twenty toll roads, airports and port projects delivered by public and private organizations, amounting to over 20 billion dollars in total.
In 2012, the Rebuild by Design competition was launched in New York in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. We led one of the six winning consortia that designed solutions to help protect New York.
How do you reach financial close for a significant P3 project amid turbulent financial and construction markets? The closing of the Clackamas County Circuit Courthouse Public-Private Partnership (P3) Project proves that it is possible. The project represents a momentous achievement in the P3 industry in the US.
We have over two decades of experience in developing and improving infrastructure in the field of transportation (e.g. highways, railroads, airports and ports), public facilities (e.g. water, waste water, energy, and facilities aimed at creating a more circular economy) and social infrastructure and real estate (e.g. judicial facilities and other government buildings). Our San Francisco office specializes in global payments, integration of mobility services, and data insights for public and private transportation providers.