Czech Infrastructure Association in cooperation with Ministry of Transport of the               Czech Republic

The Czech PPP Kick-off in Transport Infrastructure


16th April 2015, Slovanský dům, Prague

  • Minister of Transport, Dan Ťok, will present his intention and support to introduce public-private-partnership model in order to accelerate development of transport infrastructure
  • Pilot PPP transport infrastructure projects will be officially introduced and presented
  • Success factors and expectations of public and private sector will be openly discussed in the panel discussions
  • Presence confirmed by the leading infrastructure investors, contractors and financiers interested in the region

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The Czech Republic introduces an international good practice and efficiency-driven industry standards in order to radically improve an efficiency and sustainability of its transport infrastructure.

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The Minister of Transport and the Ministry of Finance of the Czech Republic, in cooperation with the Czech Infrastructure Association, wish to present an intention to accelerate development of the Czech transport infrastructure through wider involvement of private sector and infrastructure finance in delivery of sustainable quality infrastructure. The pilot PPP projects proposed in the transport infrastructure sector shall be introduced and presented.

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The panel discussions, with an active involvement of the Minister of Transport and international experts, will focus on key success factors determining value for money and expectations of public and private sectors. The Czech Infrastructure Association will facilitate discussions on good international practice and participants will express their views and expectations over the project pipeline.

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Czech Infrastructure Association (ARI) is a private sector think-tank for the Czech public infrastructure, uniting views held by major infrastructure players including engineers, contractors, banks and consultants. ARI is pushing through the clear rules for planning, public procurement, and transparent contract administration in line with a proven good international practice, which will allow for the Czech public infrastructure long-term sustainable development.