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Ted Edwards Explains NC House Bill 857 and Requirements for Design-build and Public-private Partnerships

Ted Edwards Explains NC House Bill 857 and Requirements for Design-build and Public-private Partnerships


(May 7, 2014)

Ted Edward's presentation entitled "Understanding NC House Bill 857 Design Build and Public-Private Partnerships" provides an overview of the NC House Bill 857 and the requirements for utilizing design-build and public-private partnerships in North Carolina.

House Bill 857 permits state and local governments in North Carolina to utilize the design-build construction delivery method for publicly funded projects and it allows governmental entities to enter into public-private partnerships to fund construction projects. The design-build construction delivery method has long been used on federal construction projects but was previously not allowed on state-funded projects without special approval from the NC General Assembly. Public-private partnerships allow governmental entities and private developers to work together to form development agreements for construction projects which otherwise might be delayed or rejected due to funding concerns.

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