National Highway Development Program and other governmental agencies are following the Public Private Partnerships model to attract private capital, improve efficiencies and reducing costs. The PPP model works of DBFOT (Design, Built, Finance, Operate & Transfer) pattern that requires the concessionaire to bear the responsibility of detailed design. It enables cost efficiencies to occur since the shift to output-based specifications provides the private sector with a great opportunity to add value by innovating and optimizing normally denied to it under normal input-based specifications. PPP road projects proved to have an immense growth potential.
PATH (I) is one of the very first companies to work with several organizations on DBFOT model and complete the concession period successfully.