Coral Gables, FL, May 22, 2015 – The Florida Council for Public Private Partnerships (FCP3), a not-for-profit association recognized as the leading expert in public/private partnerships throughout the state of Florida, has announced its FY 2015 – 2016 Board of Directors.
Under the commendable leadership of John Cal, Associate Vice President of Facilities Management at Florida International University, since its inception in 2013, the FCP3’s newly elected Chair is Mr. Lee Weintraub, Attorney at Becker & Poliakoff.
The Executive Committee, elected for a one (1) year term:
Chair – Lee Weintraub, Becker & Poliakoff
Vice Chair – Juan Carlos (JC) Arteaga, Miami-Dade Water & Sewer Dept.
Secretary – Clinton Glass, John Moriarty and Associates, Inc.
Treasurer – Randall Reid, The Beck Group, Inc.
Immediate Past Chair – John Cal, Florida International University
The Directors elected to serve FCP3 for a two (2) year term:
Mark Blanchard, Vice President, AECOM
Melanie Cornell, Principal, HKS Architects
Ann W. Duncan, Executive Vice President, Head of Occupier Services, Savills Studley Occupier Services
Jose Galan, Director of Real Estate, Miami-Dade County Internal Services
Bill Parker, CEO, InSource, Inc.
Thomas te Riele, Market President, TD Bank
“We are very pleased with the development and growth FCP3 has experienced over the past 2 ½ years. We’ve conducted five successful conferences with an exemplary line-up of speakers and programs. Our membership continues to grow and the FCP3 is fully recognized as the subject matter experts when it comes to P3 projects in the state of Florida.” said newly elected Chairman Weintraub at a recent FCP3 conference held in Orlando, Florida, earlier this month. “Our goal is to continue to educate our constituents through conferences, webinars and free public municipality workshops, about the opportunities available.”
FCP3’s mission is to promote the development of public assets using P3 delivery methods when in the public interest. FCP3 will provide a central forum for the exchange of ideas and share research to further educate and develop relationships between the public and private sectors.