How a Maryland District is Using a Public-Private Partnership to Build 6 Schools in 3 Years

Denise Gillin News

By Kara Arundel for K-12Dive

Prince George’s County Public Schools will be the first district to use a P3 to bundle design, financing, construction and maintenance of a group of schools.

To build just one school would typically take seven years, but through a public-private partnership (P3), which is thought to be the first in the nation to bundle the design, financing, construction and maintenance of a group of schools, the district will have six newly built schools by July 2023, creating room for 8,200 students.

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