The economy is flat, resources are limited, and the traditional procurement process makes it difficult to secure funding and complete projects. If that wasn’t enough, limited access to capital markets makes it difficult to address failing infrastructure. A public-private partnership can improve the quality of life for members of the community while solving your infrastructure challenges. A true partnership gives you a number of benefits:
Corvias leaders are true listeners. Throughout the procurement process and into the initial partnership of Phase I, Corvias has consistently listened to priorities expressed by the BOR and the nine Phase I institutions while remaining flexible and responsive to the varying and changing needs of such a complex, diverse program. From our first interaction, Corvias has demonstrated a clear commitment to partnership and continues to place the success of the USG institutions and students as their primary goal.
Susan Ridley, Associate Vice Chancellor for Fiscal Affairs | Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia.
This is an exciting project to be involved in because it's moving beyond transactional interactions and its transformative interactions. Corvias embodies that transformative impact on the community. This is an all hands on deck moment; we don't have a plan B.
Jodie Rose, Executive Director, Interfaith Partners of the Chesapeake