Capital Improvement, Infrastructure Development & Project Management

The firm’s day to day experience representing dozens of public sector clients makes our attorneys acutely aware of the capital improvement, infrastructure development, and project management demands facing local and regional governments, and the fiscal constraints that bear upon those demands.  After identifying desirable capital improvement and infrastructure development projects, our clients frequently turn to firm attorneys to help them secure financing, acquire property upon which projects will be constructed, and handle all legal aspects of project management.

Our Capital Improvement, Infrastructure Development & Project Management team specializes in identifying financing sources, securing funding, acquiring property, and managing the legal aspects of capital improvement and infrastructure development projects.  Firm attorneys provide “turn-key” legal expertise throughout projects, beginning with financing.  Our attorneys have assisted clients with identifying and securing funding from a variety, and a combination, of local, state, and federal sources, such as transportation related taxes and impact fees that are collected and shared among local governments.  Firm attorneys have counselled and represented clients through the complex process of agency certification, a necessary step to secure funding from the U.S. Department of Transportation.  When property is needed for construction of planned projects, such as roadways, infrastructure improvements, and utility upgrades and relocations, our attorneys have successfully acquired all necessary rights, title, and interest in real property through negotiated conveyance, condemnation, and other statutory vehicles for acquiring property

Through years of providing its legal expertise to our public sector clients, their staff, and outside consultants, the firm’s Capital Improvement, Infrastructure Development & Project Management team has the experience and a proven track record to fulfill any capital improvement, infrastructure development, and project management need.