WSU board OKs $129M in bonds for building projects

February 06, 2018

As cited by Moody’s, our on-campus student housing partnership with Wayne State University, that includes $307.5 million financed off the school’s balance sheet, "enhances the University's strategic position" and "is credit positive for the University because it can revitalize its housing stock in the face of declining enrollment while reducing housing system related general revenue debt." As a result, Wayne State is able to use its resources for other critical facility projects and improvements to further increase their ability to compete and grow.

Delivering Assets And Strengthening Communities: A CBP3 Primer

February 06, 2018

Local government can harness the power of community-based, public-private partnerships (CBP3s) to efficiently implement programs that encompass delivery of many unique assets — such as stormwater management programs that include green infrastructure. Can your community benefit from this delivery approach?

Corvias sponsors 2018 Family Membership Days at Save The Bay Exploration Center & Aquarium

January 09, 2018

Save The Bay is pleased to announce Corvias as its 2018 Exploration Center and Aquarium Sponsor, underwriting the cost of admission for Save The Bay family members for the year.

Wayne State University, Corvias secure $307.5 million in private financing

November 30, 2017

Detroit (Nov 30, 2017) — The financial close of the 40-year partnership between Wayne State University and Corvias to develop, finance, construct, operate and maintain the university’s student housing was completed today.

How leveraging private sector resources for green infrastructure can achieve multiple public goals

November 28, 2017

The movement to integrate water quality into the entire quality of life of an area not only improves water quality, but also improves neighborhoods, the livability of cities, boosts economic development, and benefits the quality of life of the entire area.

In Prince George’s, meeting storm water regulations means investing in small, local businesses

November 27, 2017

by Rachel Siegel, Washington Post

Launched in 2015 to meet clean-water regulations from the Environmental Protection Agency, The Clean Water Partnership manages more than 120 construction projects in the county and through its Mentor Protege Program coaches small, minority and disadvantaged businesses to become competitive and successful bidders for storm water management projects.