Nossaman's Infrastructure Practice Group combines policy insight and industry leadership with decades of successful project development experience to help project owners effectively address their critical infrastructure needs.
Our expertise extends across a range of industry sectors including transportation, water, energy, telecommunications, and healthcare on projects ranging from bridges and highways, to water treatment plants and hospitals. We serve our clients from the earliest stages of project and program planning through to procurement, project construction, and beyond. We advise on enabling legislation, federal policy and financing issues, procurement methods, and contract negotiations, bringing together all the necessary ingredients for a successful project. From the first modern California toll roads
developed in the 1990s, to precedent-setting turnpike projects
in Texas, to the I-595 managed lanes PPP project
in Florida, Nossaman has worked on almost every major innovatively-financed transportation infrastructure project in the United States. We have a proven track record of guiding our clients through complex transactions for the development, procurement, financing, and construction, as well as the sale or leasing of, major infrastructure projects.
Our clients' award-winning projects include the Tacoma Narrows Bridge in Seattle, the Alameda Corridor Grade Separation in Los Angeles, the T-REX highway and transit project in Denver, and the SH 130 segments 5&6 turnpike in San Antonio / Austin.
Nossaman infrastructure attorneys are at the cutting edge of policy development, helping set the standard for how infrastructure projects get financed and built. Our PPP model legislation offers local, regional, and state lawmakers a valuable blueprint for authorizing legislation.
We also represent private sector clients in the United States and globally on projects ranging from water/wastewater infrastructure to hospitals and educational facilities.
Nossaman infrastructure attorneys regularly comment on infrastructure news, policy, and industry developments at InfraInsightBlog.com.