Higher education is under pressure.
Institutions are struggling to provide a quality education while keeping up with the challenges of deferred maintenance. In the face of new, overwhelming real estate operation considerations, a public-private partnership (P3) may be an institution’s best option. P3s can provide greater flexibility and efficiency when building, financing, and managing infrastructure and facilities.
In this report, the Parthenon-EY Education practice outlines the power of a P3, and what institutions should consider to assess if these partnerships can provide the support they need.