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  • JFK Terminal 6, NY

    The final piece of New York’s John F Kennedy International Airport transformation plan is finally underway after Terminal 6 reached financial close last month

  • Infra Dig – John Flint... the UKIB interview

    The UK Infrastructure Bank was born from Brexit – the great British answer to the loss of the European Investment Bank that made it pretty clear that departure from the EU came at a cost. Here we look at its replacement...

  • GI Hub reveals Asia's resilience during high inflation

    Asia’s infrastructure markets can leverage increasingly mature sustainable instruments and the availability of multilaterals to stay resilient amid rapid inflation and rising interest rates. IJGlobal shares insights with Henri Blas, chief content officer of Global Infrastructure Hub, about global trends of private investment in infrastructure in relation to Asia

  • Cegelog Military PPP, France

    Cegelog Military PPP reached financial close on Valentine's Day achieving a market first in France for a multi-billion-Euro project that managed to avoid market volatility brought on by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine shortly after FC

  • Clackamas County Courthouse P3, Oregon

    Oregon’s first courthouse P3 project reached financial close this summer, in a deal that will replace Clackamas County’s more than 80-year-old structure which has become functionally obsolete and seismically unsound

  • Infra Dig – Toll Road to Damascus Experience

    When it comes to asset ownership in the infrastructure and energy space, commonly-used metrics have become synonymous with good governance… but what if one of them was fundamentally flawed?

  • JFK New Terminal One, NY

    The single largest airport P3 project in the US reached financial close this summer, a development that is expected to change the aviation landscape in New York for years to come

  • Switching whip hands mid-thrash

    It’s time to pull up a seat – popcorn at the ready – to enjoy an almighty dingdong between borrower and lender as battle lines are re-drawn in a swiftly shifting infrastructure finance environment

  • Ferrocarril Central refi, Uruguay

    Uruguay’s largest ever infrastructure project came a step closer to reality last month as its sponsors completed a $475 million refinancing, providing extra cashflow for new investments while strengthening the project’s long-term financial footing

  • Rv555 road PPP, Norway

    Rv555 Sotrasambandet, Norway’s largest transport project to date, reached financial close earlier this year after a brief delay and with a slightly amended PPP contract to account for Covid-19 and geopolitical uncertainty

  • Infra Dig – Nightmare on Edinburgh Tram

    Few projects have the capacity to reduce infrastructure veterans to tears of frustration to quite the extent that Edinburgh Tram can. It will challenge even the sturdiest of rail professionals to keep a bottom lip from wobbling

  • Washington DC Smart Street Lighting P3

    The District of Columbia reached financial close on its inaugural P3 project - DC Smart Street Lighting - last month with a final debt package of roughly $160 million

  • Infra Dig – Metrolink: a monumental stinker?

    Dublin’s metro system has long been mooted as an essential piece of infrastructure to promote greater mobility around Ireland’s capital… but it has also been the source of immense frustration for the infrastructure community

  • Conexión Pacífico 2 refi, Colombia

    It’s been a busy 18 months for Colombia’s Conexión Pacífico 2 highway PPP with the addition of a new shareholder, completion of construction – and financial close of the second stage of a combined $470 million dual-currency refinancing

  • Maryland Purple Line transit P3

    The Maryland Purple Line Light Rail P3 has a new debt financing package in place, replacing an earlier loan and allowing the beleaguered project to commence construction and transit operations to commence in 2026

  • North East Link PPP, Australia

    The North East Link PPP boasts several accolades, the largest PPP project to date in Australia and – most notably – the first such development in the world, or so they repeatedly claim, to be procured using the “collaborative contracting model” where the procurement authority assumes a portion of the construction risk

  • Bulacan International Airport PPP Phase 1, Philippines

    After many years of hurdles and delays, Philippines conglomerate San Miguel reached the first step of materialising a $14 billion greenfield airport, which last month achieved financial close on phase 1's land development works

  • Navi Mumbai International Airport, India

    Adani has achieved financial close on the $2.6 billion Navi Mumbai International Airport PPP. The transaction sheds light on the airport’s complex pre-construction history, as well as more than a decade’s journey of obstacles that have led up to the financial close

  • Brazil’s thriving infrastructure market

    Brazil’s business environment is booming with foreign investors confident in the investment climate that the country has cultivated. This success is tied into specific stand-out industries in Brazilian infrastructure – such as transport, which has long been a cornerstone of growth for the country and will see continuous upward momentum in 2022

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