Icenogle Seaver Pogue, P.C. serves clients in forming public-private partnerships to accomplish ambitious goals and projects, usually regional in nature.

In the public-private context, “partnership” is a descriptive, rather than literal, term. Public-private partnering (P3) involves the reallocation of risk, reward and responsibility from traditional paradigms of public works projects. In its broadest application, P3 can mean:
  • Concessioning or monetizing assets
  • Management contracting
  • Design/build, design/build/operate or design/build/operate/finance
  • Construction management at risk delivery
A Colorado leader in all forms of public-private partnering, the firm’s attorneys have:
  • Served as counsel in the first concession monetization of an American toll road in the western United States, the Northwest Parkway. The Parkway was monetized for over $500 million.
  • Written and negotiated management contracts for all types of public entities and projects, including operations and maintenance contracts valued in tens of millions of dollars.
  • Authored and negotiated four major design/build contracts, in excess of $1 billion, for a total of 52 miles of beltway in the Denver metropolitan area.
  • Written and negotiated multi-million dollar vertical construction management-at-risk contracts for public buildings and facilities.