Graham Project Selected for CCPPP Case Study
Graham is proud to share that our award-winning North Commuter Parkway & Traffic Bridge Project in Saskatoon was selected for a case study by the Canadian Council for Public Private Partnerships (CCPPP).
Designed to inspire others to consider innovative and efficient models for procuring public infrastructure, these case studies take an in-depth look at exemplary P3 projects and provide insight into many of the lessons learned. Each case provides a close look at how a successful P3 has worked, including how the partnership was established, its structure and operation and its resulting benefits. This year, CCPPP is publishing three case studies on these exemplary projects, joining the more than 70 that have been published to date.
For nearly 30 years, The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP) and its almost 400 members from both the public and private sectors have played a strong role in refining the P3 model and promoting new approaches to public infrastructure development and service delivery.
The City of Saskatoon's North Commuter Parkway & Traffic Bridge Project received the Gold Award for Infrastructure by the CCPPP in October of last year.