By Steve Ahlquist on December 22, 2016
Rhode Island has plenty of infrastructure to offer corporations looking to privatize. One school is not of interest but a bunch of schools, say, a $100 million worth, would be a target. Or perhaps a collection of waste water treatment plants could be bundled into an appropriate project.
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By Steve Ahlquist on November 27, 2016
“Schools and things like that can be delivered, clearly, for much less,” said Skanska’s Chris Guthkelch, “But then, to get the full benefits of something like that, some social infrastructure, you’d be trying to bundle the schools together as something a lot bigger as a program.”
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