P3 “Public Private Partnerships” and their implications on Design and Construction in Hawaii
Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018
Time: 11:30 pm – 1:00 pm
Location: AIA Honolulu Office, Center for Architecture, 828 Fort Street Mall, Rm 100
LU Credit: Pending Review & Approval
Cost: $10 AIA Members & GCA Members (GCA members must apply the promo code “GCA” at registration for member fee), $20 for non- members.
A P3, or public-private partnership, is a procurement model that uses an integrated approach to deliver infrastructure, incorporating design, construction, financing, operations and maintenance functions into the contract. P3s have been successful around the nation for several years and many government agencies and developers are considering it for their project. Come hear Rodney Moss of AIAI give a webex about P3 projects being explored in Hawaii and see how many current projects already have many of the aspects of P3. Learn what has been proposed in the last Legislative session and what’s to come in the upcoming legislative session.
Rodney Moss is Sr. Vice President of the Hunt Development Group. He has served AIAI for three years as the chair of the Law & Legislative committee and was instrumental in drafting the original P3 legislation in Texas and Florida. Rodney has 25 years experience in construction risk management and construction-related claims. Rodney was a partner in the Procurement and Construction Practice Group of the law firm of Bradley Arant Boult & Cummings in Birmingham, Alabama before joining Balfour Beatty. His experience included complex transactions and claims, including coverage disputes, on behalf of large general contractors.