Stormwater Symposium

Oral

397949 - Using Alternative Models for Delivering Green Infrastructure

Monday, June 4
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Location: Greenway AB

Strategies for increasing the pace and reducing the cost of delivering green infrastructure projects at scale is a topic of increasing interest, as municipalities implementing green infrastructure portfolios increasingly move from pilot to full scale implementation. Alternative project delivery mechanisms are increasingly seen as potential strategies for decreasing both cost and delivery time. Such mechanisms include public-private partnerships, design/build, full delivery, and incentive-based aggregator models.

Via several mini-case studies from AKRF’s recent work in Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania, and Illinois, the authors review a variety alternative project delivery models currently in practice and under evaluation, and discuss strategies for creating efficient, scalable alternative project delivery programs that leverage private sector investment and ingenuity to streamline design, construction, and permitting and create potent opportunities for local work force development. The authors also discuss effective strategies for using asset tracking, data collection, performance, and evaluation protocols to drive program optimization.

Shandor J. Szalay


AKRF

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