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Tuesday, January 9, 2018
1125 Business Education Complex
Sessions from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
Social from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm.


Overview: 
This three-hour symposium has been programmed to help you plan successful Public Private Partnerships or P3s. The program will present a keynote introduction and two panel discussions with participation from public sector representatives, local advisors, attorneys, finance, and non-profit professionals for attendees to deepen their understanding of the value of P3s and the role they can play in the project.

Our local participating panelists will provide firsthand experience on either complete or active P3s of different structures. This variety of case studies will show how diverse P3 projects can be, and the different value propositions and associated risks each can bring.

Attendees who are unfamiliar with P3s will gain introductory knowledge and valuable insights that will aid in future business decisions. Those with more experience will benefit from gaining deeper insights into project complexity and delivery methods.

Dedicated breaks will allow attendees to network and connect with the symposium participants. The day ends with a social gathering to continue networking opportunities.


Agenda Structure:
Part 1: Introductions and P3 101 basics.

Part 2: Panel discussion from experienced P3 professionals providing insights and experience from their projects, ending with Q&A.

Part 3: Panel discussion focused on understanding the impacts of federal tax reform, state and local municipality outlook and challenges, and LSU’s plan on leveraging future P3s.


Participants:
Brian Andrews: (Symposium Moderator) Assistant Director of the Real Estate Research Institute in the Department of Finance at LSU’s E. J. Ourso College of Business and Urban Land Institute’s Louisiana District representative.
Tony Lombardo: Associate Vice President for Facility & Property Oversight at Louisiana State University
Charles Landry: Partner at Fishman Haygood specializing in real estate development, real estate finance, land use and zoning
Jimmy Maurin: Chairman of LSU Real Estate Facilities Foundation (REFF), and Chairman of Stirling Properties
Donovan Hicks: Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer of Provident Resources Group
Christopher Ferrari: Principal at CSRS, Inc. and development advisor
Taylor Gravois: Principal at CSRS, Inc. and Economic Development practice lead
John G. Davies: President and CEO of the Baton Rouge Area Foundation
Dr. James Richardson: John Rhea Alumni Professor of Economics in the Public Administration Institute in the E. J. Ourso


Pricing:

$35 for non-ULI members, $20 for public/non-profit/students/under 35 non-ULI members
$15 for ULI members, $10 for public/non-profit/students/under 35 members of ULI