Why attend?

  • Get insights on how to improve project preparation
  • Find out about the trends in financing PPPs in transport and urban projects
  • Learn about mechanisms to attract private long-term investment
  • Get updates on new initiatives and opportunities in Latin America
  • Understand how to overcome the challenges of implementing social infrastructure
  • Learn about how to manage risks of financing infrastructure in Latin America 

Please see some of the event highlights below:

October 16

8.30am - 3.30pm Main day conference - Conrad Miami
Our program on Monday October 16 features a full day of sessions discussing the future of infrastructure finance in the Latin America and where are the opportunities. This timely event will provide a perfect platform to network with fellow delegates as well as public and private sectors speakers. 

4.00pm 'Speed dating' with the public officials - Bilzin Sumberg offices
A rare networking and information opportunity for 60 delegates to learn more about the P3 plans and procurers from specific regions within the US and Latin America .

6.30pm Networking drinks reception and canapes - Bilzin Sumberg Offices
An opportunity for all delegates to network with the all attendees from both the South Hub and the LatAm Hub, the public officials and the speakers from the main day conference.

 

*limited availability for the round table discussions

October 17

P3 Hub LatAM will be proceeded the next day by P3 Hub South which can be booked alongside the event.

 

Companies that attended previous Hub events are:

3 Hats Consulting
Abertis USA
ABM
ACS Infrastucture Development 
Adopt A Highway
Aecom
Aecon Group Inc.
AIAI - Association for the Improvement of American Infrastructure
Allen & Overy
Alliant - Construction Services Group
Alpha Corporation 
Alstom Transportation
Altus Group Limited
American Infrastructure
American Institute of Architects (AIA)
American Structurepoint, Inc
AMT Engineering 
Ansaldo - STS
Aon Infrastructure Solutions
Aon Risk Solutions
ARCADIS
Arup
Assured Guaranty Corp
ATCS
Balfour Beatty Infrastructure
Balfour Beatty Investments
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Bechtel 
Bilzin Sumberg Baena Price & Axelrod
BLOC Global Group
Branch Highways 
Brayman Construction Corporation
BTY Group
Buckland & Taylor
Building America's Future
C.C. Myers, Inc.
California Department of Transportation
Castalia
CC Myers
CDM Smith
CenturyEngineering
CH2M Hill
Cheoah Construction Company, Inc.
Cintra US LLC
City of Virginia Beach
Clark Construction Group
Clark Nexsen
Colorado Department of Transportation
Commonwealth of Virginia
Corman Construction
Cubic Transportation Systems
DBI Services
DBRS
Dentons US LLP
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada
Dragados USA 
E. V. Williams
ECS Mid-Atlantic
Edgemoor Infrastructure & Real Estate
Embassy of Canada 
English Construction Company
Ernst & Young Infrastructure Advisors
Faneuil
Farella Braun + Martel
Faulconer Construction
Fay, Spofford & Thorndike
FCC USA 
Federal Highway Administration
Ferrovial Agroman SE
Ferrovial Agroman US Corp 
FHWA Office of Innovative Program Delivery
FHWA, Virginia Division Office
Florida Department of Transportation 
Fluor Enterprises, Inc.
FORESIGHT GROUP
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
GA & FC Wagman
GE Transportation Systems Global Signaling, LLC
GeoConcepts Engineering
Ghilotti Bros., Inc.
Golder Associates
Goldman Sachs
Government Relations Counsel
Granite Construction Inc
Greenman-Pedersen
Harris & Associates
Hatch Mott MacDonald
Hawkins Delafield & Wood
HDR
HNTB
HOCHTIEF PPP Solutions NA
Hoffman Construction Company
Hunt Companies 
Hunton & Williams
IBI Group
InfraWest
ING
IPFA
J.P. Morgan
Jacobs
JLT Group
Johnson Controls
Jones Lang LaSalle
Judlau Contracting
Kanawha Stone Company 
KCI Technologies
Keolis
KeyBanc Capital Markets
Kiewit Development Company
Kleinfelder
KPMG
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMTA)
MacGuire Woods
Macquarie Capital
Marsh & McLennan Companies
Maryland Department of Transportation
McCormick Taylor
MDB Strategies
Meketa Investment Group
Meridiam Infrastructure
MetLife Private Capital Investors
Michael Baker Jr., Inc.
Milbank
Moffatt & Nichol
Morrison Hershfield Limited
Nevada Department of Transportation
Nixon Peabody LLP
North Carolina Department of Transportation
Nossaman LLP
O.R. Colan Associates 
Odebrecht USA
Office of Innovative Partnerships, Oregon Department of Transportation
Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army Washington, DC
Office of the Attorney General, Commonwealth of Virginia 
Office of Transportation P3, VDOT
OHL USA
Operis
Overland Pacific & Cutler
PA Department of Transportation
PARAGON STEEL
Parsons Brinckerhoff
Parsons Corporation
Partnerships BC
PCL Civil Constructors
PECG
Peckar & Abramson, PC
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation 
PFAL
Pillar
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman 
Piper Jaffray
Plenary Group
Port of Long Beach
Project Finance Advisory Limited
Public Private Infrastructure
Rice Associates
Roy Jorgensen Associates, Inc.
Salini Impregilo
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Shannon & Wilson, Inc.
SimplexGrinnell
Skanska USA
Smasung C&T E&C Americas
SNC-Lavalin Capital USA
Southern California Association of Governments 
Sperry Capital
Sphere Consulting 
Stacy and Witbeck
Stanford University
Stantec
Terracon
Thalle Construction Company
The Conti Group
The Lane Construction Corporation
The Louis Berger Group
The Shockey Precast Group
The Solis Group
The Walsh Group
TIFIA Credit Program
Transurban
Traylor Bros
TRC Solutions, Inc.
Tutor Perini Corporation
TYCO SimplexGrinnell
Ullico Investment Advisors
United Water
Universal Field Services
URS Corp
US Department of Transportation 
Vecellio & Grogan
VINCI Concessions USA
Virginia Department of Transportation 
Walsh Construction
Webcor Builders
Wells Fargo Bank
West Coast Infrastructure Exchange 
West Virginia Department of Transportation 
Whitman, Requardt & Associates
William Blair & Company
Williams Mullen