Ferrovial Airports is participating in P3C, the conference on public-private partnerships that will be held from September 13 to 15 in Dallas.
This year’s program features a series of lectures, panels, and workshops for attendees to delve into the value proposition of P3s and their role in essential public infrastructure.
Representatives of the Ferrovial Airports, Cintra, and Ferrovial Construction team will participate in the presentations organized to discuss the value of long-term public-private partnerships, the improvements that may arise from this relationship in infrastructures, infrastructure investment law, and its impact on airports.
Schedule of Ferrovial’s speakers
- Monday, September 13, at 10:15 am (CDT): “Unique Approaches to Airport Innovation and Stakeholder Engagement”
- Moderator: María Casero, Director of Asset Management at Ferrovial Airports
- Participants: Iñigo Tellechea, General Council at Ferrovial Airports North America
- Tuesday, September 14, at 10:15 pm (CDT): “The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act: What’s the Impact on Airports?”
- Participants: Daniel Piñan, Head of Corporate Development at Ferrovial Airports North America.
What are PPPs or P3?
PPPs or P3s are public-private partnerships between governments and the private sector to build public infrastructure. This model is proving to be highly effective in inter-projects and a more profitable way of carrying them out.
As a leading company in infrastructure construction and management, we participate in different public-private alliances, particularly in the highway and airport sectors. As for airports, infrastructure owned by a local administration is clearly strengthened under management by a private actor that has the capacity to innovate and offer effective solutions to increase air traffic and commercial activity at the airport.