The Build-Own-Operate-Transfer (BOOT) business model can also be used between two private companies, rather than between a private company and a government or public entity. In this case, one private company (the “developer”) contracts with another private company (the “client”) to design, build, finance, and operate a new infrastructure project or other type of asset.

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Under the BOOT model, the developer is responsible for all aspects of the project, including design, construction, financing, and maintenance. Once the project is completed and is fully operational, the developer transfers ownership of the project back to the client. This transfer typically occurs after a predetermined period of time, which is specified in the contract between the two parties.

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The advantage of the BOOT

The advantage of the BOOT model for the client is that they can outsource the development and operation of a new asset without having to invest in the resources needed to build and maintain it in-house. This allows them to focus on their core business while still getting the asset they need. For the developer, the BOOT model provides a stable, long-term revenue stream.

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