The P3 Group, Inc. is a commercial real estate firm and boutique development and consulting firm that specializes in  business and community development through the creation of public private partnerships also known as P3's; and commercial real estate brokerage and leasing, with corporate, federal, state, county, and municipal  governments. Public private partnerships between a government agency  and  private-sector company can be used to design, build, finance, operate, and maintain   projects, such as public transportation networks, student housing, college dining halls, parks, and convention centers. Financing a project through a public-private partnership can allow a project to be completed sooner or make it a possibility in the first place. 


The P3 Group, Inc. offers a turn key P3 solution including our  partnership  with  our design build contractor with more than $1.5 billion in bonding capacity, architects, engineers, and a team of attorney that specialize in all aspects of P3’s, tax credits, and procurement. The P3 Group Realtors® provide our  clients with a broad array of commercial  real  estate  services including tenant representation, acquisitions, build to suit leases, and  design  build finance lease  purchase  solutions.  The  P3  Group Realtors® offers commercial real estate brokerage and leasing services in Tennessee, Arkansas, and Mississippi.


Public private partnerships can have contract periods  of up to 30 years or longer. Financing comes partly from the private  sector but requires payments from the public sector and/or users over  the project's lifetime. The private partner participates in designing,  completing, implementing and funding the project, while the public  partner focuses on defining and monitoring compliance with the  objectives. Risks are distributed between the public and private  partners according to the ability of each to assess, control and cope with them.

Although public works and services may be paid for  through a fee from the public authority's revenue budget, such as with  hospital projects. In cases such as tolls for  highways  and  wastewater  treatment, payments are based on actual usage of the service.

Private-sector technology and innovation help provide  better public services through improved operational efficiency. The  public sector provides incentives for the private sector to deliver projects on time and within budget. In addition, creating economic  diversification makes the country more competitive in facilitating its  infrastructure base and boosting associated construction, equipment, support services and other businesses.