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To P3 or Not to P3: American Water Works Association Report Addressing Public/Private Partnership Delivery Models
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law, Construction, Municipal and Public Finance
The American Water Works Association (“AWWA”) and Ernst & Young Infrastructure Advisors, LLC, released a report titled: To P3 or not to P3 – A Water Industry View on the Relevance of Public-Private Partnership Delivery Models (“Report”) The Report presents what are described as “results and…
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Historic Rehabilitation/92nd Arkansas General Assembly: House Bill 1493 Reduces Threshold Necessary for Homeowner Qualification
Category: Arkansas Environmental, Energy, and Water Law, Construction
House Bill 1493 has been introduced to amend the Arkansas historic rehabilitation income tax credit. The bill would reduce the investment threshold necessary for homeowners to qualify for the Arkansas historic rehabilitation income tax credit. The intent of the bill is to enable a greater number of…
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Public Design-Build Projects in Arkansas (Part Two): Statutory Procurement Authority
Category: Construction
Part One of this series focused on the Arkansas Department of Transportation’s (“ARDOT”) first major project using the design-build project delivery method – 30 Crossing. Since then, ARDOT has awarded the 30 Crossing Project to a Kiewit Infrastructure South and Massman Construction joint venture…
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Public Design-Build Projects in Arkansas (Part One): 30 Crossing Project Litigation
Category: Construction
Under the Arkansas Code, the Arkansas Department of Transportation (“ARDOT”), via the Arkansas Highway Commission, can procure a transportation project using the design-build project delivery method. In fact, ARDOT is currently in the procurement phase of its first major design-build project – the…
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