Public-private partnership (PPP) schemes

As the National Development Plan 2000–2006 (NDP 2000) evolves, the traditional procurement mechanisms for large State-funded projects are giving way, in some instances, to a new arrangement for the procurement of infrastructure. This is known as the publicprivate p

archaeology | public-private partnership | risk management

  Text

A PPP scheme case study: the N25 Waterford Bypass

The N25 Waterford Bypass involves the construction of 23 km of dual carriageway and 15 km of single carriageway roads, with a new bridge crossing the river Suir. An estimated 273 ha of land will be acquired by Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO). The scheme is one of the pilot Pub

archaeology | public-private partnership | risk management

  Text

Archaeological risk and PPPs: the M4 Kinnegad-Enfield-Kilcock scheme

This paper outlines the methods used on the M4 Kinnegad–Enfield–Kilcock scheme to quantify archaeological risk in a Public-Private Partnership (PPP). Furthermore, it will seek to explain the benefit to the relevant stakeholders of quantifying the archaeological risk — namely,

archaeology | public-private partnership | risk management

  Text