Structuring Public-Private Partnership Agreements: Leveraging the New EJCDC Standard P3 Contract Form
Understanding Design, Construction, Financing, Operation, Maintenance, Revenue and Management Provisions
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will examine the new Engineers Joint Contract Documents Committee (EJCDC) standard P3 contract form and discuss key provisions in the contract including design, finance terms, construction, operation and maintenance. The program will instruct you on how to leverage this new P3 agreement to assist clients in the development of P3 projects.
- Project design terms
- Terms of financing
- Construction specification
- Operation provisions
- Maintenance provisions
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- How can the EJCDC P3 agreement assist in streamlining the contract development process and reduce transaction costs?
- What current P3 agreements were reviewed and consulted in drafting the EJCDC P3 agreement?
- What issues does the EJCDC P3 agreement not address that will require further drafting to fit the particular P3 project?
Justin L. Weisberg
Arnstein & Lehr
Mr. Weisberg is chair of his firm’s construction practice group. His practice focuses on construction... | Read More
Mr. Weisberg is chair of his firm’s construction practice group. His practice focuses on construction law and commercial litigation. He represents private, public, local and international clients in a variety of construction-related transactions and litigation matters. His background in professional engineering gives him added insight and understanding into his client’s cases.Close
Certified Project Manager
Mr. Matthews has more than 44 years of experience on design-build projects. For more than 15 years, he has been a... | Read More
Mr. Matthews has more than 44 years of experience on design-build projects. For more than 15 years, he has been a member of the Engineers Joint Contract Documents Committee and has twice served as its Chairman. He is also a Life Director of the Associated General Contractors of America and has held general contractor licenses in twelve states. He is a professional engineer and negotiated the contracts, design-built and operated the systems and served as Manager for multiple P3’s in the Water Market and retains an ownership interest in some of these entities.Close