Acting as an extension of its parent company CSCEC in the Americas, CCA has been integrating the groups efforts, resources and experiences globally to energize the infrastructure market in the United States and beyond via Public-Private Partnerships (PPP).

CSCEC, the worlds largest construction and real estate conglomerate, has extensive experience with PPPs worldwide. From investment to financing and design to construction, CSCEC is the one-stop shop for the public sector to enhance and expand national and metropolitan infrastructure. Partnering with local governments, CSCEC has undertaken $8 billion PPP projects in recent years, becoming a leader in the field. CSCECs PPP projects range from high-speed railway, urban subways and railways to highways, bridges, airports and power plants.

CCAs PPP practice offers valuable solutions to the constraints on public resources and provides fiscal flexibility to government agencies. Its approach improves operational efficiency over the lives of PPPs, from identifying and financing new opportunities to delivering and operating the facilities. With an ultimate goal of connecting and mobilizing resources for the benefits of society, CCA continues to explore and establish quality long-term relationships between the public and private sectors.

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445 South Street

Morristown, N.J.

99 Hudson Street

Jersey City, NJ

Amador Convention Center

Panama City, Panama

Baha Mar Resort

Nassau, The Bahamas

Nassau Airport Gateway

Nassau, The Bahamas

New York City Hall

New York, NY

North Charleston Coliseum

North Charleston, SC

One Ocean Condominium

Miami Beach, FL

Pulaski Skyway

Newark, Town of Kearny and Jersey City, N.J.

River Bluff High School

River Bluff High School

Lexington, S.C.


Manhattan, NY

San Isidro Bus Station

San Miguelito, Panama

Station House

Washington, DC

SkyRise Miami

Miami, FL

Staten Island Expressway

Staten Island, NY


Nassau, The Bahamas

USC Campuses

University of South Carolina

Columbia, S.C.; Aiken, S.C.

Wardman Tower

Washington, DC

Wittpenn Bridge

Jersey City and Kearny, NJ