Public-Private Partnerships Basics Overview | Boston

5/16/2017
Aug. 5-6, 2017 | Boston

BATIC Institute LogoPlease join NCSL and the Build America Transportation Investment Center (BATIC) Institute: An AASHTO Center for Excellence for the Public-Private Partnerships (P3) Basics Overview Training on Aug. 5-6, 2017 in Boston, Mass. at the Westin Waterfront Hotel. 

The P3 Basics Overview training, co-hosted by the BATIC Institute and NCSL, is for public sector stakeholders interested in learning more about P3 procurement and policy for transportation infrastructure projects. The seven-hour course offers a general understanding of P3s as an alternative delivery method, with instruction drawn from case studies and real life examples demonstrating how to put P3s into action.

For additional information on the BATIC Institute please visit the BATIC Institute.

 

 

REGISTRATION

Registration symbol.Click here to register for the meeting.

Please note that you will need to either login to NCSL.org or create a login name to complete the reservation. This will allow NCSL & the BATIC Institute to properly track your registration and ensure hotel accommodations (see below). 

Registration Deadline
The deadline for registration for this event is July 7, 2017.

Registration Fees
Registration is complimentary for invited attendees.

Cancellations
Please contact Kevin Pula (Kevin.Pula@NCSL.org) if you need to cancel.

HOTEL INFORMATION

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NEW THIS YEAR: NCSL is requiring all Legislative Summit attendees to register for the conference before making a hotel reservation. Since some of you will only be attending the P3 Basics Overview Training, please follow the guidelines below to make your hotel arrangements.

 

If you are attending NCSL's Legislative Summit and the P3 Basics Training:

Please use the partial BATIC Institute Travel & Reimbursement Policy located here.

  • Register for the P3 Training using the link above.
  • Also register for the Legislative Summit here
  • Once you have registered and reached the confirmation page, click the link to "Book your accommodation."
    Enter your registration confirmation number (located directly above the link to housing).
  • Click continue, then follow the prompts to add your hotel reservation at the property of your choice (if you
    have previously made hotel accommodations, BATIC will cover the costs of extending your stay for the training).

 

If you are ONLY attending the BATIC P3 Basics Overview Training (Aug. 5-6):

Please use the full BATIC Institute Travel & Reimbursement Policy located here.

  • Register for the P3 Training using the link above.
  • Call the NCSL Housing Bureau at 800-967-8852 and provide the code NCSL17BATIC to book your room
    at the Element Boston Seaport (a Starwood/Marriott property). This property is located within walking
    distance to the meeting location listed above.
  • If you have any questions or problems regarding booking hotel accommodations, please email 
    Kevin Pula or call him at 303-856-1373.

 

Reservation Cancellation Policy

Reservations must be canceled three days in advance of check-in (3 p.m. CDT), please contact Kevin Pula (Kevin.Pula@NCSL.org) if you need to cancel. 

TRAVEL INFORMATION

Airplane graphic showing travel.Travel Reservations | Please take time to review and understand the:

Travel reimbursements for flights will only be provided for those attendees not attending NCSL's Legislative Summit. Please make your travel and airfare arrangements in accordance with these documents. 

Airport & Ground Transportation Information
Boston is served by Logan International Airport. Most major airlines serve the airport.

Special Needs
To ensure full participation and accessibility for all meeting attendees, please notify Gretchenn DuBois at 303-856-1390, of any special accommodations you may require.

ABOUT BOSTON

NCSL Legislative Summit Boston logo.Bursting with Yankee pride, Boston attracts visitors for its rich past and vibrant present. From Boston Common to Faneuil Hall to Fenway Park, the city is a hub of American history and culture. Buzzing neighborhoods such as the North End, Beacon Hill, and Back Bay mix venerable landmarks and lively street life. On the other side of the Charles River is bustling Cambridge, home of Harvard University and MIT. Wherever you choose to explore, Boston’s local restaurants, chic galleries, and tempting shops are all easily accessible on satisfying strolls.

For more information on planning your visit and things to do in the area, please visit the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau