The first K-12 school facility P3 in the United States looks poised to host a series of grand openings during the 2023-2024 school year, just two years after the start of construction for the project. In Fall 2020, the Prince George’s County Public School System (PGCPS) awarded a 30-year DBFM concession to build or replace five middle schools and one K-8 school. The program is poised for an on-time delivery, with all of the facilities set to open this academic year. In late July, the district held a tour of the brand new Drew-Freeman Middle School, one of the schools developed by the P3. Once operational, the facilities developed by the P3 will serve more than 8,000 students.