A THEORETICAL COST COMPARISON OF P3 AND TRADITIONAL PUBLIC DELIVERY MODELS USED IN DEVELOPING SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE It presents three distinct approaches to a hypothetical social infrastructure development and analyzes the costs of that project as they relate to each approach. The three models presented are Traditional Public Delivery, The American P3 Approach, and the Availability Based P3 Approach. The paper defines each category of cost and how the data inputs were determined, explains the basic concepts that differentiate those costs, and calculates the projected cost of a theoretical high-end $200 million, 313,824 gross square foot building.
Although a hypothetical analysis, the report uses fact-based scenarios from actual projects to calculate the impact a model has on the cost of development.
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