Integrated Public Resources (IPR) offers an array of unique Public/Private Partnership (P3) models to help to deliver priority projects in local communities.
We know that many governing bodies are looking for alternative and innovative ways to pay for and manage infrastructure investments. IPR works to blend the risks of project delivery between the public and private sector to bring projects to fruition.
Some ways IPR can help include:
IPR can also draw on the full array of professional services provided by McMahon on an as-needed basis, helping to maintain low overhead.
P3s are contractual agreements between governments and the private sector to build public infrastructure or deliver services.
A P3 allows the public sector to harness the expertise, efficiencies, and financial capabilities of the private sector. Communities benefit from this collaboration by moving forward on projects that may not otherwise have been possible, while still maintaining control of the quality of services it provides to its community members.