Learn how to make more informed decisions concerning your capital projects and institutional goals.
Learn how you can build partnerships with builders, financiers, property managers, and your community that will help minimize your institution’s financial risk and bring new opportunities to your physical campus. This program will cover a variety of financing models and delivery methods, and will highlight a diverse sample of recent campus projects. You will receive practical advice and information for public/private partnerships, including:
This program applies to all institutions including large, small, public/private as well as provisions for community college and HBCUs. Included with your registration is a 350 page workbook to guide your learning at the event.
To allow you to experience a public/private partnership in action, attendees will visit Georgia State University on the second day of the conference to tour two housing projects on campus. This site visit will highlight the key decisions, stakeholder involvement, and communication strategies related to their public/private partnerships. The site visit will conclude with a stakeholder panel discussion.
The quality of your RFP and evaluation process is critical to receiving optimal proposals. During this workshop, you will gain the tools and resources you need to strategically develop your RFP. Learn what you need to include in your RFP, as well as best practices for the public and private sector through each phase of the RFP process. Included are practical group exercises and resources that you can take back to your campus.
Our October webcast, Front-End Strategies for Successful Public/Private Partnerships, will arm you with strategies to ensure that your P3 project meets the needs of your campus for the next 20-30 years.
This interactive conference was designed specifically for business officers, directors of capital planning, and real estate management professionals, as well as institutional leaders with facilities, finance, or planning responsibilities. Institutional leaders, including presidents or trustees with facilities, finance, or planning responsibilities, will also benefit.
Institutions that are updating or developing campus master plans, are considering the use of a private partner to fund facilities, or are in the earlier stages of establishing a private partnership to fund facilities will benefit most from this conference.
Contact Grace C. Spivak, Associate Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-988-1233 if you’d like additional information about the program.
Recommended CPE Credits: 15.5 for main conference, 3.0 for workshopProgram Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and ApplicationsDelivery Method: Group-LivePrerequisites: NoneProgram Level: Basic
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Learning Outcome:After participating in this conference, you will be able to make more informed decisions concerning your capital projects and institutional goals.
This in-depth view will support your ability to approach these topics with more confidence should you take on a public/private partnership project.
P3 project consultation could include:
In advance of the workshop, you’ll receive a reading list of sample higher education RFPs to help you develop more detailed questions. Following the workshop, you’ll be able to incorporate key components into your RFP into the achievement of project and institutional goals.
Jenifer has 10+ years of public sector and advisory experience for local, state, and federal entities. She specializes in identifying efficiencies, capturing value, and repositioning assets through public-private partnerships. In addition, Jenifer has experience with the intersection of technology and economic development.
Currently, Jenifer is coordinating a Program Management Office for Howard University’s real estate development office. The university was seeking to deploy and reposition a 1.7 million square foot portfolio of assets. Initially, Jenifer completed a valuation of the assets and helped the University to define ideal transaction and financing structures. Now, she is assisting with project execution, which will result in public-private transactions.
Jenifer has also advised federal and local agencies with public-private transactions, including a 1.7 acre courthouse project for Travis County, Texas as well as strategic property acquisitions for Fairfax County, Virginia. In addition, she assisted federal clients—including the Office of the Secretary of Defense—to monitor the Military Housing Privatization Initiative’s (MHPI) portfolio of 200,000 homes. Prior to A&M, Jenifer was the Director of Business Development for the District of Columbia. She led business attraction and retention efforts through public incentives arrangements, economic impact analyses, and economic strategic plans. In an attempt to generate tax revenue and create jobs, Jenifer executed 52 strategic economic development initiatives. In addition, she administered the District of Columbia’s citywide performance management program for over 70 agencies aimed at reducing costs and improving outcomes.
Dennis is the lead analyst for a diverse portfolio of colleges and universities as well as a variety of not-for-profit organizations. He serves on Moody’s liquidity and charter school task force groups. Dennis was the lead author for the several rating methodologies, including the one for Not-for-Profit Organizations (other than Healthcare and Higher Education). He has authored publications on various higher education topics including liquidity, the credit challenges of small colleges, and mergers within the sector.
Dennis graduated from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University with an MBA. Dennis holds a BA and an MA in History from the New College of Florida and the College of William and Mary, respectively.
Mr. Gilbride focuses his practice on large, multifaceted commercial real estate development projects. He co-chairs Hodgson Russ’s College & University Practice Group and has significant experience in public/private partnerships, student housing development, construction and financing, hotel acquisition and financing transactions, nonprofit-sponsored real estate development projects, sports facility leasing and development, industrial development agency projects, commercial real estate financing transactions, and commercial leasing. Mr. Gilbride also devotes a portion of his practice to construction law matters, regularly representing owners and developers in construction and architect contract negotiations.
Mr. Gilbride is a member of the National Association of College and University Attorneys. He recently authored "P3 Development at Public Colleges and Universities: A Big Picture Perspective" for a National Association of College and University Attorneys conference.
Jason Taylor has more than a dozen years combined experience in consulting, project management, and marketing communications – all focused on campus housing. He has worked with more than 70 educational institutions, not-for-profit foundations, and private developers on issues related to demand and feasibility, program development, financial modeling, and other aspects of planning and operations.
Mr. Taylor has participated in numerous presentations, symposia, and panel discussions at regional and national conferences of organizations for student housing and higher-education professionals in the United States and Canada. He has authored an opinion article on changes in the rating agency view of affiliated student housing projects and co-authored a white paper on non-traditional student housing partnerships.
Earlier, as a public affairs and marketing advisor for University Housing at the University of Michigan, Mr. Taylor coordinated the marketing and public relations efforts of the sixth-largest campus housing system in the United States.
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The Atlanta Marriott Northwest at Galleria boasts recently renovated spaces that perfect the art of meeting, dining, and relaxing. Staying the night at the hotel affords visitors well-appointed rooms with high-speed wireless Internet access, HDTVs and plug-in panels. During downtime, the connected indoor/outdoor pool and state-of-the-art fitness center can provide great relief after a long day.
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"Unbelievably pertinent information that will assist Virginia State University in moving forward with our PPP plans."- David Meadows, Vice President, Admin. And CFO, Virginia State University
"Great information. Provided great alternatives to financing projects and maximizing use of campus space and programs."- Josette Shaughnessy, AVP of Budget and Financial Services, El Paso Community College
"If you are a higher education institution considering the possibilities, nuances, and issues involved in creating a P3, this is the conference for you!"- John Yaun, Director, Housing and Residence Life, Marshall University
"The quality of this conference has impacted my decision for future conference attendance. You are organized to maintain your high standard in providing expert advice in various processes of continued educational growth to Higher Education institutions."- Angela Isaacs Brown, University of Technology, Jamaica, Chief Accommodations Officer
"This conference gives an in-depth understanding of the processes included in Public Private Partnerships and the way forward for academic institutions to finance their campus facilities."- Carmen Facey, University of Technology, Jamaica
"A very informative conference that was able to offer valuable insights from multiple P3 perspectives."- Jim McCurdy, Director of Finance, Corvias Campus Living.
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