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Restart, Rethink, Rebuild: An Outlook on Upcoming Infrastructure Needs in the State of Texas


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While the global pandemic has put financial strain on local governments, the critical infrastructure needs in Texas have not gone away. Join Husch Blackwell as we discuss the current state of Texas infrastructure, future potential projects and how public-private partnerships (P3) may be the appropriate delivery method to address the current challenges public entities face. This panel will also discuss which elements they look for when evaluating whether a P3 is the right approach for a project.


Brent A. Meyer, Parter, Husch Blackwell
Charles G. Renner, Partner, Husch Blackwell

Who Should Attend
Owners, C-level, VP, HR, business development, finance, operations and project manager team members of construction companies and engineering firms; public/municipal employees involved in economic development; and financial advisors to municipalities and other political subdivisions.

Continuing Education Credit
This program is pending approval for law practice management credit in Illinois, Missouri and Nebraska. A certificate will be provided for self-reporting in other industries.

Questions? Contact Morgan Buciumean at 303.749.7281.


Robert A. Eckels

Of Counsel

Brent A. Meyer