The desire and necessity for creative funding has increased the popularity of public-private partnerships, more commonly known as P3. A successful P3 project requires counsel that not only understands the nuances of the financial components, but also the dynamic and relationship between the participants.
Our attorneys have a wealth of experience in structuring P3 transactions, having worked with project sponsors, lenders, borrowers and investors on all varieties of projects, including a wide range of public infrastructure projects. We have advised our clients on a variety of P3 transactions, including airport, transit and bridge projects, solid waste disposal facilities, electric generating plants, multi-family residential housing, student housing, sports stadiums and community utilities. We also have significant experience in advising state and local government entities on leasing structures constituting long-term concessions and franchises.
We understand the complex nature of P3 transactions, and more importantly, we have the depth to handle any issue that might arise. As a full service firm with robust real estate, public utilities, tax and municipal practice groups, we are capable of building a team to handle any P3 project, regardless of size or scope.