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The Private Finance Initiative - the New Approach to Construction Procurement

Recently, the Construction Research & Innovation Strategy Panel (CRISP) combined with Construction Foresight to urge further research into the workings of the Private Finance Initiative. Its report, on the theme of risk and reward, said the most urgent requirement for construction was to help the top 500 constructors to scale the PFI learning curve. John D. Allen asked four consultants with close experience of PFI negotiations for their views on this idea.