List of Figures. List of Tables. List of Correlative Notes. Foreword by the Author. Preface. Note to the Reader. Acknowledgments. Glossary of Terms. 1. The American Infrastructure Heritage: A Depreciating Gift. 2. Three Tools for Managing an Infrastructure Portfolio of Capital Projects and Services. 3. Two Hundred Years of American Public Private `Partnerships'. 4. The Fundamental Elements of a Stable Public/Private Infrastructure Strategy. 5. A Path Through the Current Confusion: Re-Establishing an Open Framework for Project Delivery and Finance. 6. Toward a Portfolio Based Procurement Strategy for Multiple Projects. 7. America's Emerging Public/Private Infrastructure Strategy. Appendix A: Non-Cash Assets Offered by Governments to Promote Private Capital Investment. Appendix B: Historical Limits on Government's Role in Infrastructure. Appendix C: Super-Fund: Super-Mistake. Appendix D: The Dual Track Strategy in Operation. Appendix E: The 2000 ABA Model Procurement Code. Index.
`Miller's insight into some of the newer infrastructure experiences will be of broad interest to many in the construction industry. The content of the endnotes and the appendices are so comprehensive that one is hard-pressed to imagine any other resource that contains this type of information in an organized, convenient formatPart of what makes Miller's case so persuasive is the presentation of the material. The book's organizational style is as unique as its content.' Mike Loulakis, Design Build Magazine