Watch a short 30-minute webinar replay presented by Bilzin Sumberg Partner and Land Use and Government Relations Practice Group Leader, Albert E. Dotson, Jr., on the popular topic of public-private partnerships ("P3s") within the homebuilding industry. This webinar begins by providing an overview of P3s, including a look at the five primary components of a P3 and a discussion of recent growth within the industry.
The presenter discusses emerging opportunities for homebuilders afforded by the P3 model, including university and military housing projects and how to convert banked land into successful collaborative developments. You will learn creative ways to engage with state and local government entities, how to utilize your expertise in the private sector, and about the many opportunities within the homebuilding industry to engage in successful P3s.
About the Speaker:
Albert E. Dotson, Jr., Partner, Land Development & Government Relations Practice Group Leader
Albert E. Dotson, Jr., Bilzin Sumberg Partner and Land Use and Government Relations Practice Group Leader, handles federal and local government procurement contracts and compliance. He also represents real estate developers in securing land use, zoning and other government approvals and permits for large-scale real estate developments. Al routinely negotiates economic development incentive programs on behalf of major U.S. corporate clients.
Al's work includes representing developers and contractors in complying with the government procurement procedures of various agencies of the Federal government, State of Florida, Miami-Dade County and the cities of Miami, Coral Gables and Miami Beach. This representation includes responding to procurement solicitations through defending against or prosecuting quasi-judicial bid protests. He represents commercial, industrial, residential and mixed-use developers throughout the land development process, including development permit challenges, zoning, concurrency, platting and permitting. Al's work also includes representing developers in Public-Private Partnerships (P3) that have included the redevelopment of municipal property by a private developer with the infrastructure, other public improvements and tax abatement provided by the local governing body.