Los Angeles attorney Paul Gelb co-authored “Public-Private Partnerships for Water Infrastructure and Stormwater” for the July/August 2018 edition of American Infrastructure.

Cities increasingly face challenges related to water inflow, and are often poorly equipped to handle high volumes of water. However, potential public work innovations such as moss panel outdoor walls, green roofs, bioswales, and rain gardens may provide solutions. In this article, Paul outlines a few of these solutions and discusses the role public-private partnerships may continue to play in creating new forms of water infrastructure.

Read “Public-Private Partnerships for Water Infrastructure and Stormwater.”

Source: American Infrastructure
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