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Public-Private Partnership RFQs for Green Stormwater Infrastructure:

  • Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District’s Fresh Coast Protection Partnership RFP
    A request for proposals issued in 2022 by the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District seeking a Partner to provide planning, design, and implementation services for the second phase of the District’s green infrastructure implementation program. The partnership follows an alternative project delivery model created in the program’s initial phase that lowers implementation costs (compared to gray infrastructure) by leveraging efficiencies in GI design and financing.
  • City of Chester Stormwater Authority Community-Based Public-Private Partnership RFQ/RFP
    A request for qualifications issued in 2016 by the Stormwater Authority of Chester, PA seeking a long-term (30-year) Partner to develop and implement a “Community-Based Public-Private Partnership” (CBP3) strategy. The requested partnership would help the City of Chester meet water quality regulatory mandates through the installation and maintenance of green infrastructure BMPs.
  • Seattle Public Utilities RainCity Partnerships RFP
    A request for proposals issued in 2021 by Seattle Public Utilities seeking the services of a private partner to provide a project delivery method that meets community-based water quality, climate resilience, and social equity outcomes via green infrastructure implementation and riparian restoration. This RFP represents Phase I of the RainCity Partnerships program, allowing for proper evaluation of the effectiveness of a community-based public-private partnership strategy.
  • Prince George’s County Urban Retrofit Program P3 RFQ
    A request for qualifications issued in 2013 by Prince George’s County, Maryland seeking a Partner to help deliver the Urban Retrofit Public-Private Partnership Program. The objective of this RFQ is to find a private entity capable of performing all work necessary for the County to be compliant with NPDES MS4 permit requirements and the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Implementation Plan.

Official Statements & Agreements for Environmental Impact Bond Issuance:

  • DC Water and Sewer Authority Private Placement Agreement for EIB
    Official agreement between District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority and purchasers of its 2016 Environmental Impact Bonds in the amount of $25 million. Proceeds from the bonds are committed to help fund green infrastructure construction and capital improvements.
  • Buffalo Sewer Authority Preliminary Official Statement of EIB Issuance
    Official statement from the Buffalo Sewer Authority on its 2021 issuance of Sewer System Environmental Impact Revenue Bonds in the amount of $51.75 million. Proceeds from the bonds are committed to help fund the planning, design, construction, and monitoring of green infrastructure initiatives within the City of Buffalo.

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