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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Feb 23rd 2024 | Posted in Mary Scott Nabers' Insights, Opportunities by Mary Scott Nabers
franklin 340x240 $122 billion school funding ignites public private construction boom
Rendering of Franklin High School. Courtesy of Macon County Schools.

Congress appropriated an extremely large amount of funding for school projects, and the final round allocations totaled $122 billion. That’s a huge amount – about $380 per person in the U.S. This revenue came through the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief program and was delivered with a mandated deadline: It must be obligated by […]

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Feb 21st 2024 | Posted in Mary Scott Nabers' Insights, Opportunities by Mary Scott Nabers
dominik vanyi Mk2ls9UBO2E unsplash 340x240 These projects are eligible for billions in federal funding
Photo courtesy of Dominik Vanyi on Unsplash.

The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law provided approximately $11.3 billion for projects designed to rehabilitate land where old coal mines were located. Since Congress passed the law, funding has been allocated through the Abandoned Mine Land reclamation programs – about $725 million annually. The objective is to support communities and encourage them to clean up dangerous environmental […]

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Feb 16th 2024 | Posted in Mary Scott Nabers' Insights, Opportunities by Mary Scott Nabers
bao menglong FhoJYnw cg unsplash 340x240 Large airport projects move closer to launch stages
Photo courtesy of Bao Menglong on Unsplash.

Following a near-total collapse of air travel during the COVID-19 pandemic, early 2024 marks a significant milestone as North American air travel is finally returning to normal. Normal, however, may not be the appropriate word because many airports are experiencing significantly higher passenger demand. The demand is driving a huge need for expansion and renovation, […]

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