Mary Scott Nabers' Insights

SPI President & CEO Mary Scott Nabers
As President and CEO of Strategic Partnerships, Inc., Mary Scott Nabers has decades of experience working in the public-private sector. A well-recognized expert in the P3 and government contracting fields, she is often asked to share her industry insights with top publications and through professional speaking engagements. Get an exclusive look at upcoming trends and insider tips from Mary herself on the SPI blog.

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Jun 21st 2024 | Posted in Mary Scott Nabers' Insights by Mary Scott Nabers
 Opportunities for critical deferred maintenance projects can be found nationwide
The Jones Library in Amherst, Massachusetts

The federal government allocates approximately $1.9 billion annually for maintenance projects related to buildings, roads on land owned by the federal government, parks and every other public asset. That may sound like a lot – until it is noted that a deferred maintenance study reported several years ago that $76 billion is needed immediately to […]

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Jun 19th 2024 | Posted in Mary Scott Nabers' Insights by Mary Scott Nabers
onewaternevada 340x240 A multi billion dollar water industry segment not to be overlooked
Photo courtesy of OneWater Nevada.

Water resources are a critical component of any region’s ecosystems. But, perhaps even more important is the realization that water is also essential for human survival. Its needs cannot be ignored. In 2023, the U.S. market for only drinking water treatment and wastewater systems was estimated to be $4.93 billion. This revelation also revealed that […]

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Jun 17th 2024 | Posted in Infrastructure, Opportunities, Water Projects by Dave Doolittle
ivan bandura Ac97OqAWDvg unsplash 2 340x240 Bryan hires designer for wastewater treatment plant expansion project
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The city of Bryan has selected a partner to design the Thompson’s Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant (TCWWTP) expansion project. The designer will receive $3.3 million to manage the project, conduct preliminary investigations, oversee the bid phase and provide architectural services. Construction is anticipated to begin in August 2025. No cost estimate has been released. The […]

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