CIB TG 72: Public-Private        PartnershipsCoordinators:                      Professor Akintola Akintoye               ...
   CIB          The University of Hong Kong
Global focus on:Construction and SocietySupports:International cooperation in research and innovationfor better buildings ...
Membership500+ leading organisations from over100 countries (research, universities,industry, government etc.)Open to ALL ...
ObjectivesImprove the performance of research andinnovation (meetings, learning events,knowledge exchange)Provide a pivota...
OperationsExpert CommissionsPriority ThemesStudent ChaptersConferences, publications, encouragedjournalsContracts     The ...
CommissionsApproximately 60 Expert Commissions50 - 100 experts per commission (from allover the world)Leading Activities -...
Scientific AreasGeneral (research, education, innovation,regulations, industry etc.)Techniques (building and constructiont...
Priority ThemesWorld’s most relevant emerging topicsPrioritised through resources andcommunicationsEstablished through the...
The University of Hong Kong
SummaryEstablished in 1953Established in 1953“...worlds foremost “...worlds foremostplatform for international platform fo...
 CIB TG72: Public Private Partnership is a  Task Group of CIB This Task Group was established in  August 2008. It initia...
Around the world, public-privatepartnerships have become increasinglypopular means for procuring publicservices and infras...
Public Private Partnerships provide   an avenue to fund major public   sector capital projects in Developed   and Developi...
   There have been rapid changes in PPP landscape    after the recent financial crisis and also changes of    the stakeho...
TG72:PPPThe Task Group will address public privatepartnership on an international level byproviding a forum to facilitate ...
TG72: PPPo   The Task Groups objective is to develop a thriving    international research community within the field of PP...
Planned Output    Host a series of progressive meetings to identify the major issues and priorities     relating to areas...
Public Private Partnership: An InternationalHandbookThe book will …….. . provide an international perspective on PPP by d...
Structured Book: Sections for each Country Chapter1.    Introduction: general information about the country; public sector...
Countries being Targeted Asia / Oceania                   Europe        Latin       Africa         North     Middle       ...
PPP Roadmap   The University of Hong Kong
PPP Roadmap: Conceptual framework o   What are the primary issues involved in PPP developments?     How do these interrela...
PPP Roadmap: State of the arto   Where are we today?o   What are the perceived problems, challenges, barriers and    needs...
PPP Roadmap: Future scenarios    What is our vision of where PPP will (and/or should) be in 5,     10 and 20 years?    T...
PPP Roadmap: R&D Contribution  o   How can research and development (R&D)      contribute to such a development strategy? ...
PPP Roadmap: R&D Agenda   What is to be the agenda for research for PPP locally and    worldwide?   What will be the cri...
PPP Roadmap: Development strategy o   What is needed in terms of knowledge, information, tools,     concepts and applicati...
PPP as a topic of research is, and will remain,very much as moving target. In this sense,the Task Group should be seen, no...
For More Information . . . . . please contact Akintola Akintoye aakintoye@uclan.ac.uk or Mohan Kumaraswamy mohan@hkucc.hku...
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  1. 1. CIB TG 72: Public-Private PartnershipsCoordinators: Professor Akintola Akintoye University of Central Lancashire Preston, United Kingdom Professor Mohan Kumaraswamy The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, SAR The University of Hong Kong
  2. 2.  CIB The University of Hong Kong
  3. 3. Global focus on:Construction and SocietySupports:International cooperation in research and innovationfor better buildings and a better built environmentProvides:Access to leading experts and informationworldwide The University of Hong Kong
  4. 4. Membership500+ leading organisations from over100 countries (research, universities,industry, government etc.)Open to ALL (5,000+ experts)Core driver of research and innovation•Sincere interest in international exchangeand cooperation•No boundaries or preconceptions (race,culture, religion, politics)•One-stop shop Kong international expertise The University of Hong of
  5. 5. ObjectivesImprove the performance of research andinnovation (meetings, learning events,knowledge exchange)Provide a pivotal conduit for the world’sknowledge basePromote research and innovation(contribution to industry development andsocietal growth) The University of Hong Kong
  6. 6. OperationsExpert CommissionsPriority ThemesStudent ChaptersConferences, publications, encouragedjournalsContracts The University of Hong Kong
  7. 7. CommissionsApproximately 60 Expert Commissions50 - 100 experts per commission (from allover the world)Leading Activities - annual meetings,international conferences, internationalprojects and events, high profile publicationsetc. The University of Hong Kong
  8. 8. Scientific AreasGeneral (research, education, innovation,regulations, industry etc.)Techniques (building and constructiontechnologies building physics etc.)Design (buildings, built environment infrastructure)Process (management, organisation andeconomics, legal and procurement practices etc.) The University of Hong Kong
  9. 9. Priority ThemesWorld’s most relevant emerging topicsPrioritised through resources andcommunicationsEstablished through the Commission The University of Hong Kong
  10. 10. The University of Hong Kong
  11. 11. SummaryEstablished in 1953Established in 1953“...worlds foremost “...worlds foremostplatform for international platform for internationalcooperation and cooperation andinformation exchange in information exchange inthe area of building and the area of building andconstruction research construction researchand innovation...” Kong and innovation...” The University of Hong
  12. 12.  CIB TG72: Public Private Partnership is a Task Group of CIB This Task Group was established in August 2008. It initially had a mandate until the end of 2011. This has been extended until the end of 2015. The University of Hong Kong
  13. 13. Around the world, public-privatepartnerships have become increasinglypopular means for procuring publicservices and infrastructure The University of Hong Kong
  14. 14. Public Private Partnerships provide an avenue to fund major public sector capital projects in Developed and Developing EconomiesThe University of Hong Kong
  15. 15.  There have been rapid changes in PPP landscape after the recent financial crisis and also changes of the stakeholders’ expectations which need to captured in an extended research programme. Examples of Areas of Change  Governance (including legal and structure issues)  Financing modalities  Developed/developing countries priorities & differences Institutional framework  Procurement (including contractual) framework  Sectoral priorities & differences (e.g. water sector, transport, etc.) The University of Hong Kong
  16. 16. TG72:PPPThe Task Group will address public privatepartnership on an international level byproviding a forum to facilitate exchange andsynthesis of research on the issues (social,economic, political, cultural, environmental,etc.) that underpin PPP. It will identifyemerging international practices within PPP infacilities and construction development The University of Hong Kong
  17. 17. TG72: PPPo The Task Groups objective is to develop a thriving international research community within the field of PPP through involving practitioners and experts in the field to collaborate on distinct scholarly tasks.o This will be undertaken by identifying champions from each continent to co-ordinate PPP practices from that region.o A template will be developed for capturing practices involved in PPP development across countries and regions The University of Hong Kong
  18. 18. Planned Output  Host a series of progressive meetings to identify the major issues and priorities relating to areas previously identified and subsequent emergent issues.  Host TG72 Doctoral Workshop on PPP with Association of Researches in Construction Management.  Host an international conference on PPP with W92 (Procurement Systems) W070 (Facilities): Joint CIB W070, W092 & TG72 International Conference on Facilities Management, Procurement Systems and Public Private Partnership: Delivering Value to the Community: Cape Town, South Africa, 23-25 January 2012  Host and participate at special sessions in high impact conferences.  Publish a PPP book as a part of CIB book series.  Organise a major International Conference in UK (Preston) with EU Cost Action Programme on PPP in Transport Sector in March 2013.  Deliver one Special Issue in a leading journal (preferably CIB encouraged) devoted to the findings of TG72’s work.  Development of PPP Roadmap The University of Hong Kong
  19. 19. Public Private Partnership: An InternationalHandbookThe book will …….. . provide an international perspective on PPP by drawing upon theexisting and fast developing body of principles and practices from manycountries. . . be the first of its kind in that it will bring together academics andpractitioners that are leading the field in this area of development acrossthe world.. . enable readers to capture the level of maturity of PPP development inthe countries that are included in the book, understand similarities anddifferences in their practices, as well as gauge the regulatory frameworkand institutional infrastructure in place to support implementation of PPP. . provide challenges and opportunities faced in respect to futuredevelopments of PPP and the future the role of government, financialinstitutions and other stakeholders in PPP development. The University of Hong Kong
  20. 20. Structured Book: Sections for each Country Chapter1. Introduction: general information about the country; public sector infrastructure procurement.2. Origin and Drivers: how and why it started; motivation3. Policy Framework for PPP: government policy on PPP and its development4. Financial Context for PPP: financial institution structure and support, sources of funds, refinancing,5. Institutional Framework: contractual, legal, governance6. Organisational Structure: Stakeholders, roles and responsibilities; level of control7. Extent of Use/Adoption of PPP: core sectors, number of projects; amount of investment, longer term ownership8. Types of PPP: classifications of PPP using World Bank categorisation; changes in PPP usage and extent over time9. Future Developments: outlook on future infrastructure needs, opportunities for Local and international investors; research & development agenda10. Conclusions The University of Hong Kong
  21. 21. Countries being Targeted Asia / Oceania Europe Latin Africa North Middle America America East Australia Thailand Germany Brazil South Africa USA UAE China India Portugal Chile Nigeria Canada Turkey Singapore Sri Lanka Greece Argentina Botswana Hong Kong Malaysia France Ghana South Korea Indonesia Italy Japan Vietnam UK Taiwan Philippine Finland Bangladesh Sweden Norway Ireland Netherlands Slovenia Poland The University of Hong Kong
  22. 22. PPP Roadmap The University of Hong Kong
  23. 23. PPP Roadmap: Conceptual framework o What are the primary issues involved in PPP developments? How do these interrelate? What influences them? o Who are the stakeholders? What are the critical (make or break) areas of their expertise? o What are the characteristics of the most relevant PPP systems, processes and technologies? The University of Hong Kong
  24. 24. PPP Roadmap: State of the arto Where are we today?o What are the perceived problems, challenges, barriers and needs for improvement?o What have been the failure factors in aborted, sub-standard or failed PPP scenarios?o Who are the world’s leading countries with proven expertise in PPP and what are the factors that make them successful?o What are the factors that have successfully contributed to PPP developments?o What are the factors that define a successful PPP development? The University of Hong Kong
  25. 25. PPP Roadmap: Future scenarios  What is our vision of where PPP will (and/or should) be in 5, 10 and 20 years?  The stakeholders’ opinions on required/envisaged future systems, processes and technologies,  Preferred future principles, practices and skills for PPP. The University of Hong Kong
  26. 26. PPP Roadmap: R&D Contribution o How can research and development (R&D) contribute to such a development strategy? o What are the requirements for R&D to significantly contribute to PPP success? The University of Hong Kong
  27. 27. PPP Roadmap: R&D Agenda What is to be the agenda for research for PPP locally and worldwide? What will be the critical and other relevant areas of PPP research and development; the required sequences of development, hence priorities for PPP research? What forms of international cooperation should be set up – (a) within the research community and (b) between research and practice, in order to accelerate the desired forms of PPP development – to deliver greater value to stakeholders. The University of Hong Kong
  28. 28. PPP Roadmap: Development strategy o What is needed in terms of knowledge, information, tools, concepts and applications for a successful PPP development? o What systems, processes, mechanisms are needed? How do we get from where we are today to where we want to be in the future for a successful PPP? The University of Hong Kong
  29. 29. PPP as a topic of research is, and will remain,very much as moving target. In this sense,the Task Group should be seen, not only as acontribution in its own right, but also as aninvitation to others to join the Task Group andconduct research in this exciting and fastmoving area. The University of Hong Kong
  30. 30. For More Information . . . . . please contact Akintola Akintoye aakintoye@uclan.ac.uk or Mohan Kumaraswamy mohan@hkucc.hku.hk The University of Hong Kong

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