The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships              Public-Private Partnerships –           Innovative Deliv...
Canadian PPP Market                      2
Canadian P3 Overview• 20 year history• 180 projects• $58.8+ Billion                       3
PPP Projects SummarySector                   Number   Value ($B)Transportation               39          24.0Hospitals & H...
PPP Models             5
Models of PPP in Canada Source: The Canadian Council for Public Private Partnerships                                      ...
What is a PPP?In a typical Design-Build-Finance-Maintain PPP:• A single entity (“Project Co”) contracts with government  a...
P3 versus Traditional Procurement• Value for money• Risk identification and sharing/allocation• Whole of Life costing• Lif...
Sample Partnership Structure                            Public Sector Agency  Availability                                ...
About CCPPP              10
CCPPP: Mandate  To promote innovative approaches to  infrastructure development and service       delivery through public-...
Who We Are• Founded in 1993• Non-profit• Non-partisan (Public and Private  Sectors)• Member-sponsored• National Representa...
What We Do• Promote collaborative partnerships between  public sector agencies/departments and  industry• Educate stakehol...
The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships         www.pppcouncil.ca
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  • Mark Romoff

    1. 1. The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships Public-Private Partnerships – Innovative Delivery of Infrastructure and Public ServicesMark RomoffPresident & Chief Executive OfficeriCANADA SummitMontreal, October 21, 2012
    2. 2. Canadian PPP Market 2
    3. 3. Canadian P3 Overview• 20 year history• 180 projects• $58.8+ Billion 3
    4. 4. PPP Projects SummarySector Number Value ($B)Transportation 39 24.0Hospitals & Healthcare 63 20.6Justice/Corrections 18 5.4Energy 5 4.3Education 9 1.4Defence 1 0.9Environmental 21 0.8Real Estate 3 0.7Recreation & Culture 16 0.5Government Services 5 0.2Total 180 58.8+ 4
    5. 5. PPP Models 5
    6. 6. Models of PPP in Canada Source: The Canadian Council for Public Private Partnerships 6
    7. 7. What is a PPP?In a typical Design-Build-Finance-Maintain PPP:• A single entity (“Project Co”) contracts with government and in turn contracts with consortium partners• The private sector accepts responsibility for Design, Construction, Financing, Maintenance and in some cases Operations• The facilities management component covers a long term concession period (25 – 35 years) with pre-defined hand back conditions• Contracting arrangements are performance based – Payment from Government only begins upon completion of construction – On-going payments remain subject to deduction for failures in service delivery 7
    8. 8. P3 versus Traditional Procurement• Value for money• Risk identification and sharing/allocation• Whole of Life costing• Lifecycle maintenance• Performance-based contract• Fixed Price/Non Performance Penalties• Competitive procurement• Transparency and Fairness 8
    9. 9. Sample Partnership Structure Public Sector Agency Availability DBFM / O Payment Agreement Project Co Developer / Equity Provider Sub Contracts Senior Debt Agreements Design & Construction Operator & Life cycle Senior Debt Provider 9
    10. 10. About CCPPP 10
    11. 11. CCPPP: Mandate To promote innovative approaches to infrastructure development and service delivery through public-private partnerships with all levels of government 11
    12. 12. Who We Are• Founded in 1993• Non-profit• Non-partisan (Public and Private Sectors)• Member-sponsored• National Representation• International Members 12
    13. 13. What We Do• Promote collaborative partnerships between public sector agencies/departments and industry• Educate stakeholders and the community on the economic and social benefits of P3• Advocate for evidence-based public policy in support of P3s• Facilitate the adoption of international best practices• Promote Canada’s P3 model and expertise globally 13
    14. 14. The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships www.pppcouncil.ca

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