What is a PPP construction project?

A public-private partnership, also known as PPP, is a legal contract between a government body and a private entity. For public-private partnership construction groups, their approach is goal-oriented to meet the needs for new infrastructure projects.

What is a PPP structure?

A typical PPP structure can be quite complex involving contractual arrangements between a number of parties including the government, project sponsor, project operator, financiers, suppliers, contractors, engineers, third parties (such as an escrow agent), and customers.

What type of projects are PPP projects?

The different types of PPP construction projects are:

  • Build Operate Transfer (BOT) BOT is one of the most common privatization agreements.
  • Build Own Operate (BOO)
  • Build Own Operate Transfer (BOOT)
  • Design-Build (DB)
  • Buy Build Operate (BBO)
  • Design Build Operate(DBO)
  • Design-Build-Maintain (DBM)
  • Build-Develop-Operate (BDO)

What are the main steps or stages in establishing a PPP contract?

More details on tasks at various stages of project development and implementation are provided here:

  • Identification of private sector/PPP projects. • Project identification.
  • Project development and due diligence.
  • Implementation arrangement and pre-procurement.
  • Procurement.
  • Contract award and management.
  • Dispute resolution.

What is the main principle of PPP?

PPP is based on two main principles: Both parties invest in the project. In a financial sense (manpower, materials budget) and in an expertise-related sense (knowledge, networks). The parties contribute to a societal and often also commercial purpose.

What is the most popular form of PPP projects in India?

DBFOT/BOT: The most common form of PPP used where the private sector operator designs, builds, finances, owns and constructs the facility and operates it commercially for the concession period, after which the facility is transferred to the authority.

Why is PPP needed?

The official reasons why PPPs are used are because they enable projects to be realised now which otherwise would not be affordable, and because they take advantage of the supposedly greater efficiency of the private sector in public service delivery.

What does PPP do for employees?

As part of the $2 trillion aid package unveiled in the Coronavirus Aid Relief & Economic Security (CARES) Act, $349 billion was dedicated to the Payment Protection Program (PPP). This offers federal guaranteed loans to businesses with fewer than 500 employees to cover payroll and other essential costs.