Public Private Partnerships : Completed Assignments
Examples of completed
public private partnership assignments include:
City of Port Moody:
Business plan for community recreation centre (curling rink, ice
arena, gyms, multi-purpose rooms, administrative offices). Involved
assessment of funding strategies, including P-3 strategies, to generate
revenues to assist in project funding.
City of Abbotsford:
Examine alternate business strategies for developing a 3,000 sq.ft.
wellness center at the Abbotsford Recreation Centre.
City of Richmond:
Financial analyses to examine potential for P-3 developments to
fund a 35,000 sq.ft. community centre and 30,000 sq.ft. senior’s
centre in the Richmond City Centre.
- City of Surrey:
- Examination of alternate development strategies,
including P-3 strategies, to create a restaurant at Bear Creek
Park at 88th Avenue and the King George Highway in Surrey.
- Examine development and funding options,
including P-3 options, for a 100,000 sq.ft. museum and multi-use
community facility, the Learning and Discovery Centre, in
- Investigation of potential to generate revenues
from a massage therapy clinic at the Guildford Community and
Recreation Centre. Compared merits of conventional approach
of leasing space to the operator versus P-3 approach with
the City and a massage therapy operator working together.
- Market sounding analysis to investigate
the potential for P-3 development to fund, in whole or part,
a 500,000 sq.ft. trade and exhibition centre, a 10,000 seat
spectator arena and the 40,000 sq.ft. Cloverdale Community
and Recreation Centre.
District of Campbell
Assisted in the evaluation of developer P-3 proposals for the construction
of a community multi-purpose building in downtown Campbell River.
Kwantlen University College:
Analyses of P-3 options for development of a 300,000 sq. ft. Kwantlen
University College campus, Cloverdale, Surrey.
Langara College and YMCA:
Analysis of the potential to generate revenues from the sale or
lease of Langara and YMCA lands to fund future expansion of both
facilities, 49th Avenue and Cambie Street, Vancouver.
Municipality of North
Analyses of P-3 strategies for developing community and recreation
space in downtown Chemainus.
Financial analysis of a proposal to develop the Whistler Athlete’s
Provincial Capital Commission:
Market and financial analyses to assess the potential for P-3 strategies
to develop a new ferry terminal on Belleville Street, Victoria Harbour.
Providence Health Care:
In association with Richard Peddie & Associates and the DOM
Group, examined P-3 strategies to generate revenues to pay for the
expansion of office and laboratory facilities at St. Paul's and
Mount Saint Joseph's Hospitals in Vancouver, B.C.
Qualicum School District
(69) and City of Parksville:
Investigation of the potential for P-3 strategies to fund the development
of new facilities for the Qualicum School Board, Parksville City
Hall, Malaspina College and new Parksville library.
Rapid Transit Project
Assessment of development incentives to attract developers plus
market and financial analyses to build mixed use developments adjacent
to four West Broadway SkyTrain station sites and in the process
be able to contribute station access lands to the Rapid Transit
Regional District of Port Alberni:
Analysis of the financial feasibility of government versus private
developers providing a 22,000 sq.ft. multi-purpose building for
the Regional District.