Public-Private Partnership Developments

Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) combine the unique skills, capabilities and resources from the public and private sectors to implement some of the most innovative and transformative infrastructure, public use and other development projects in today’s society.

Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) have become a common structure for the planning and implementation of a variety of governmental infrastructure and other public and/or private developments of significant local or regional impact. Each stakeholder needs competent and experienced legal counsel to assist every aspect of the deal, from formation of the PPP through post-closing implementation of the resulting projects.

PPPs, by nature, are typically long-term and can be broad in scope.  They are most effectively succeed when there is commonality of purpose among the participants, as well as a clear understanding of the respective roles, relative risks, responsibilities, objectives and capabilities.  Effective legal counsel plays an essential role in the entire process from PPP formation through project delivery.

Members of Culhane Meadows’ PPP practice team represent both public and private participants in a variety of PPP projects with total development costs in excess of $3.0 billion. In each case, we employ a multidisciplinary approach to the representation, by creating an internal team of legal professionals with different, yet integrated, relevant practice skills.  To name a few, we call upon our experienced real estate and development, construction, corporate and finance, governmental affairs and tax attorneys – in each case, providing the client exceptional, unified and comprehensive legal representation.

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