State and local government leaders continue to be great innovators

Municipal and county leaders throughout the country are in a bind. Coming off a year scarred by devastating multi-billion-dollar natural disasters, they are grappling with historic rebuilding efforts…while also dealing with the demands of dozens of other critical issues. These public officials were already facing growing budget gaps, aging technology, critical infrastructure needs, a continual […]

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Government construction projects may never be the same

Major disasters became almost commonplace in 2017.  Regions within the U.S. suffered more than $300 billion in damages and many cities and counties were decimated. Wise people know that when the pain is great enough, change usually occurs…that is definitely happening now. That change is focused currently on rebuilding efforts – and it relates primarily […]

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Social infrastructure: A trillion-dollar marketplace by 2020?

Here’s a market segment worth monitoring in 2018—social infrastructure. If social infrastructure is not a familiar term, think of it as construction related to social services—healthcare (hospitals), education (schools and universities), public facilities (courthouses, prisons, and administration offices) and transportation projects of all types

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One example of big changes occurring at the local levels of government!

Hundreds of local government officials are scrambling because their 2018 plans for affordable housing projects have been turned upside down as a result of the new tax bill. Most were planning to use federal tax credits for upcoming projects. The federal tax credits in the past have accounted for funding at least half of all […]

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Developers Find New Opportunities On University Campuses

Mixed-use development, which was once rather unique to urban renewal and commercial endeavors, is now a hot new trend on university campuses. Throughout the country, college campuses are being transformed into communities and it is typical to see restaurants, retail shops, hotels, green space, offices, parking garages and other amenities adjacent to dorms and classrooms.

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Government officials are planning to modernize old technology and legacy systems in 2018

President Trump recently signed the Modernizing Government Technology Act into law as part of an amendment to the defense bill. This statute now allows federal agencies to reprogram unused IT budget allocations to fund modernization projects. While this action only targets federal agencies, it is indicative of what is happening at the state and local levels of […]

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Mary Scott Nabers is currently scheduling her next speaking engagements and conferences.

Please check back soon to see her updated events calendar.

Social infrastructure: A trillion-dollar marketplace by 2020?

Here’s a market segment worth monitoring in 2018—social infrastructure. If social infrastructure is not a familiar term, think of it as construction related to social services—healthcare (hospitals), education (schools and universities), public facilities (courthouses, prisons, and administration offices) and transportation projects of all types

Read More »

Developers Find New Opportunities On University Campuses

Mixed-use development, which was once rather unique to urban renewal and commercial endeavors, is now a hot new trend on university campuses. Throughout the country, college campuses are being transformed into communities and it is typical to see restaurants, retail shops, hotels, green space, offices, parking garages and other amenities adjacent to dorms and classrooms.

Read More »

Lessons Learned of Infrastructure in 2017

There were high hopes for 2017 after President Trump promised a trillion dollar infrastructure plan. There was bipartisan support, as well as support from the general public. Yet, we are about to end 2017 the same way we started it – with our infrastructure still crumbling and hundreds of critical projects still waiting to be […]

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Nabers to attend SelectUSA Investment Summit

Mary Scott Nabers, president and CEO of Strategic Partnerships, Inc. and co-founder of the Gemini Global Group, will attend the SelectUSA Investment Summit, June 18 – 20, 2017 in Washington, D.C.

 

Date: June 18, 2017—June 20, 2017
Event: Nabers to attend SelectUSA Investment Summit
Venue: Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center
Location: Washington, DC
Registration: Click here to register.
More Info: Click here for more information.
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Nabers to attend Digital Summit Conference

Mary Scott Nabers, president and CEO of Strategic Partnerships, Inc. and co-founder of the Gemini Global Group, will attend the Digital Summit Conference, April 10 – 12 1, 2017 in Nashville, TN.

 

Date: April 10, 2017—April 12, 2017
Event: Nabers to attend Digital Summit Conference
Registration: Click here to register.
More Info: Click here for more information.
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Nabers to Attend P3C: Public-Private Partnership Conference & Expo 2017

Mary Scott Nabers, president and CEO of Strategic Partnerships, Inc. and co-founder of the Gemini Global Group, will attend the P3C Public-Private Partnership Conference & Expo 2017, February 27 – March 1, 2017 – Dallas, Texas

 

Date: February 27, 2017—March 1, 2017
Event: Nabers to Attend P3C: Public-Private Partnership Conference & Expo 2017
Topic: P3C Conference & Expo 2017 - Dallas
Public: Public
Registration: Click here to register.
More Info: Click here for more information.
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Nabers to Speak at City Age: Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Mary Scott Nabers, president and CEO of Strategic Partnerships, Inc. and co-founder of the Gemini Global Group, will speak at City Age: Florida, February 22 – 23, 2017, to discuss how models of P3 development can move beyond the transportation sector into broader application in civic infrastructure.

Date: February 22, 2017—February 23, 2017
Event: Nabers to Speak at City Age: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL
Public: Public
Registration: Click here to register.
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State and local government leaders continue to be great innovators

Municipal and county leaders throughout the country are in a bind. Coming off a year scarred by devastating multi-billion-dollar natural disasters, they are grappling with historic rebuilding efforts…while also dealing with the demands of dozens of other critical issues. These public officials were already facing growing budget gaps, aging technology, critical infrastructure needs, a continual […]

Read More »

Government construction projects may never be the same

Major disasters became almost commonplace in 2017.  Regions within the U.S. suffered more than $300 billion in damages and many cities and counties were decimated. Wise people know that when the pain is great enough, change usually occurs…that is definitely happening now. That change is focused currently on rebuilding efforts – and it relates primarily […]

Read More »

One example of big changes occurring at the local levels of government!

Hundreds of local government officials are scrambling because their 2018 plans for affordable housing projects have been turned upside down as a result of the new tax bill. Most were planning to use federal tax credits for upcoming projects. The federal tax credits in the past have accounted for funding at least half of all […]

Read More »

Government officials are planning to modernize old technology and legacy systems in 2018

President Trump recently signed the Modernizing Government Technology Act into law as part of an amendment to the defense bill. This statute now allows federal agencies to reprogram unused IT budget allocations to fund modernization projects. While this action only targets federal agencies, it is indicative of what is happening at the state and local levels of […]

Read More »

Developers find new opportunities on university campuses

Mixed-use development, which was once rather unique to urban renewal and commercial endeavors, is now a hot new trend on university campuses. Throughout the country, college campuses are being transformed into communities and it is typical to see restaurants, retail shops, hotels, green space, offices, parking garages and other amenities adjacent to dorms and classrooms. […]

Read More »