Building Prosperous Communities for a Bright Future                Brent A. Campbell, P.E.
 Understand how infrastructure investment can be a     driver for economic development in rural areas.   Review economic...
Materials                       Management     Land                         Organizational      Buildings              ...
Our view is not "Build It and they will come"                                 but rather     “It will not happen if we do ...
Objective              Strategy         Image       Amenity     Business                               Building   Improvem...
 Sewer Systems Water Systems Streets & Roads Bridges Storm Drainage Street Lights Power Natural Gas Communications
   Create an Organizing Structure   Strengthen Existing Retail   Improve Historical Value   Increase Adjacent Property...
Key Characteristics  A Diverse Market    Complimentary Uses    Pedestrian Activity    Lively Social Environment  A Hi...
   Public Gatherings   Festival Space   Outdoor Markets   Outdoor Entertainment   Redevelopment Catalyst   Create Id...
Principles•   Sidewalk width•   Separation from traffic•   Define the edges•   Stimulate the eye•   Transparency•   Comfor...
“If we can develop and    design streets that are    wonderful fulfilling places    to be…, then we will have    successfu...
Poor   Better   Best
Major Trends Consolidation of major manufacturing & distribution   operations. Speed to market demands & “just in time” ...
 Market Analysis Provide Basic Infrastructure   Infrastructure Needs &     Right Sizing    Infrastructure Funding Pla...
 Federal TIGER Grant Program Federal Aid Transportation Treasure State Endowment Program Brownfield Program Tax Incre...
 National Highway System – NHS $68.2 M Primary Highway System – STPP $91.1 M Secondary Highway System – STPS   $26.5M ...
TIGER III Federal Program for infrastructure development that   supports economic development & job creation. USDOT, HUD...
Primary Selection Criteria           Secondary Selection  Improve existing                   Criteria    transportation f...
 Planning for economic development can drive     infrastructure development.   Townscaping & streetscaping are excellent...
Building Prosperous Communities for a Bright Future                Brent A. Campbell, P.E.
Infrastructure Investment for Economic Development
Infrastructure Investment for Economic Development
Infrastructure Investment for Economic Development
Infrastructure Investment for Economic Development
Infrastructure Investment for Economic Development
Infrastructure Investment for Economic Development
Infrastructure Investment for Economic Development
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Infrastructure Investment for Economic Development

  1. 1. Building Prosperous Communities for a Bright Future Brent A. Campbell, P.E.
  2. 2.  Understand how infrastructure investment can be a  driver for economic development in rural areas. Review economic development planning and the  infrastructure that supports it. Learn about townscaping and placemaking. Review business & industrial park development. Understand financing packages that are available for  infrastructure development including new programs.
  3. 3. Materials Management  Land  Organizational   Buildings Structure  Location  Managers/Operators  Infrastructure/Natural   Research &  Resources DevelopmentManpower/Labor  Marketing & Sales  Skilled Personnel  Legal Expertise  Available Workforce  Education & Training  Money Capacity  Equity/Ownership Markets Capital  Market Analysis  Debt/Borrower Funds  Competition  Capitalizing   Penetration Institutions  Marketing Strategy  Subsidy & Substitutes  for direct Capital
  4. 4. Our view is not "Build It and they will come"  but rather “It will not happen if we do not have a plan & infrastructure”.   Planning Steps1. Data Gathering &  4. Building Action  Analysis Plans2. Selecting a local  5. Specifying Project  development  Details strategy 6. Overall 3. Selecting local  Development Plan  development  Preparation &  projects Implementation
  5. 5. Objective Strategy Image  Amenity  Business  Building Improvement ImprovementLandbanking X XInfrastructure Provision X XSpeculative Buildings XIncentive Zoning X XRegulation Improvement X XTourism Planning X X XTownscaping X X XShopsteading X XHousing & Neighborhood Imp. X XCommunity Services X X X
  6. 6.  Sewer Systems Water Systems Streets & Roads Bridges Storm Drainage Street Lights Power Natural Gas Communications
  7. 7.  Create an Organizing Structure Strengthen Existing Retail Improve Historical Value Increase Adjacent Property Values Land Use Infill and Economic  Redevelopment Improve Safety Promote a Diversity of Land Use Encourage Compactness Foster Intensity of Development Ensure a Balance of Activities Provide for Accessibility Create Functional Linkages Build a Positive Identity
  8. 8. Key Characteristics  A Diverse Market  Complimentary Uses  Pedestrian Activity  Lively Social Environment  A High Quality Place  Visually Appealing  Comfortable  Safe & Secure“Creates Confidence, Commitment &  Encourages Investment”
  9. 9.  Public Gatherings Festival Space Outdoor Markets Outdoor Entertainment Redevelopment Catalyst Create Identity
  10. 10. Principles• Sidewalk width• Separation from traffic• Define the edges• Stimulate the eye• Transparency• Comfort• Visibility & Safety
  11. 11. “If we can develop and  design streets that are  wonderful fulfilling places  to be…, then we will have  successfully designed  about one‐third of the city  directly and will had an  immense impact on the  rest.”Allan B. Jacobs, “Great Streets” 
  12. 12. Poor Better Best
  13. 13. Major Trends Consolidation of major manufacturing & distribution  operations. Speed to market demands & “just in time” shipping. Strategic importance of proximity to intermodal transportation  & suppliers. Flexibility to accommodate growth and change. Sophisticated materials handling systems that support  increasing market demands for efficiency, customization and  “High Touch”. Individualized requirements that demand an “inside out”  approach to infrastructure. Access to competitive labor market. A return to the urban core and adaptive reuse. An increased awareness of energy and environmental issues.
  14. 14.  Market Analysis Provide Basic Infrastructure  Infrastructure Needs &  Right Sizing   Infrastructure Funding Play to your Strengths Long Term Horizon Financial Pro forma For every $1 of public money invested we want to  stimulate a minimum of $7 of private investment.
  15. 15.  Federal TIGER Grant Program Federal Aid Transportation Treasure State Endowment Program Brownfield Program Tax Increment Financing ‐ TIF New Market Tax Credits Community Development Bonds Special Improvement Districts Business Improvement Districts Sustainable Communities Planning  Grants
  16. 16.  National Highway System – NHS $68.2 M Primary Highway System – STPP $91.1 M Secondary Highway System – STPS  $26.5M Urban Highway System – STPU $10.0 M Community Transportation Enhancement  Program – CTEP $5.7M Highway Safety Improvement Program ‐ HSIP $11.1 M Congestion Mitigation & Air Quality – CMAQ $9.5M Federal TIGER Grant Program Note: Montana 2011 Funding Allocation
  17. 17. TIGER III Federal Program for infrastructure development that  supports economic development & job creation. USDOT, HUD & EPA Collaboration. $526.944 million total. $140 million for rural areas ‐ generally areas with less than  50,000 people. Urban areas: $10 million to $200 million grants, with a 20%  match requirement. Rural areas: $1 million to $200 million grants, no match  requirement. Pre‐application  due October 3, 2011. Final‐application due October 31, 2011. September 30, 2013 ‐ Funds must be obligated.
  18. 18. Primary Selection Criteria Secondary Selection  Improve existing  Criteria transportation facilities and  minimize life‐cycle costs.  Innovative strategy. Contribute to long‐term   Strong collaboration  economic competitiveness. among a range of  Increase transportation  participants. choices and access to  transportation services.  Integration of  Improve energy efficiency. transportation with  Create and preserve jobs. other public service  Promote rapid increase in  efforts. economic activity.
  19. 19.  Planning for economic development can drive  infrastructure development. Townscaping & streetscaping are excellent strategies  supporting a number of economic development strategies. Strive for a minimum of $7 return on every $1 invested. Business & industrial park development requires careful  planning including market, financial and economic  analysis. Funding mechanisms are available and can be complicated  to develop. The new TIGER Grant program is infrastructure funding  targeted at economic development.
  20. 20. Building Prosperous Communities for a Bright Future Brent A. Campbell, P.E.

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