Adeyemi Ojudun's practice focuses on P3 and alternative delivery projects and includes counseling clients on procurement structure, contract drafting and proposer instructions. Adeyemi has worked with the San Francisco Public Utility Commission to prepare a P3 agreement for the Southeast Treatment Plant Biogas Utilization Project, as well as working as a key member of the legal team advising on the Caltrain Peninsula Corridor Electrification Project. She also has advised on the P3 procurement of tolled express lanes for the Georgia State Road and Tollway Authority. Adeyemi’s background in litigation and dispute resolution also enables her to provide advice regarding issues critical to infrastructure projects.
Adeyemi is a graduate of Fordham University School of Law, where she was a member of the Fordham Urban Law Journal. While in law school, she served as a judicial intern for the Honorable James Orenstein of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.
Georgia State Road and Tollway Authority – SR 400 Express Lanes. Member of the legal team advising the Authority on the procurement involving the addition of 16 miles of tolled express lanes along SR 400 in Fulton County, Georgia. The project is being procured as a revenue risk, design-build-finance-operate-maintain project, with the Authority performing certain tolling services for the developer pursuant to a separate tolling services agreement.
Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board (JPB) – Caltrain Electrification O&M Contract. Key member of the Nossaman team advising on the request for proposals for an O&M contractor for the Peninsula Corridor Electrification Project. The JPB is upgrading and electrifying Caltrain's 51-mile double track commuter rail from the 4th and King Caltrain Station in San Francisco, California to the Tamien Station in San Jose, California. Adeyemi's role includes advising the client on all aspects of the O&M contractor procurement including procurement structure, drafting the operations and maintenance contract, and instructions to proposer.
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LA Metro) – Link Union Station (Link US) Project. Member of the legal team advising on the agency’s CM/GC project to convert LA’s Union Station from a “stub-end” to a “run-through” station, increase operational capacity to meet the demands of the regional rail system, and provide full multimodal connectivity between light rail, subway, commuter and intercity rail with local, regional and intercity transportation services.
San Francisco Public Utility Commission (SFPUC) – Southeast Treatment Plan (SEP) Biogas Utilization Project. Member of the legal team advising SFPUC on the procurement of the SEP Biogas Utilization Project in San Francisco, California, through a public-private partnership agreement with the City of San Francisco. Adeyemi is responsible for drafting the P3 agreement that addresses the design, construction, financing, operation, and maintenance of the SEP Biogas Utilization Project, including the sale of biogas and marketing the environmental credits.
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LA Metro) – Sepulveda Pass Transit Corridor Project. Member of the legal team engaged to implement LA Metro’s first application of the Pre-Development Agreement delivery method to develop the approximately $6 billion to $10 billion Sepulveda Pass Rail Transit project through one of the most congested interstate highway corridors in the nation. This transit line will connect with the San Fernando Valley and Los Angeles’ Westside, integrating into the East-West San Fernando Valley Light Rail Transit, the Orange Line, the Purple Line, the E Line (formerly the Expo Line), and ultimately the Los Angeles International Airport.
Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) – National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Deployment Plan Implementation Project. Member of the legal team engaged to provide legal advice regarding the procurement and contract to implement MassDOT’s NEVI Deployment Plan (the “Deployment Plan”). Through the NEVI Formula Program, Massachusetts will receive approximately $55-$60 million over five years to support the construction and operation of Direct-Current Fast Charging stations along “Alternative Fuel Corridors,” which are major highway corridors designated by the Federal Highway Administration. MassDOT is transitioning the Deployment Plan from planning to implementation through an alternative contracting and financing approach. Adeyemi’s role currently includes advising the client on aspects of the procurement strategy including drafting the request for information and researching relevant federal law and regulations related to NEVI deployment.
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Honors & Recognitions
Included in Best Lawyers: Ones To Watch, Insurance Law, 2024
Fordham Urban Law Journal
Archibald R. Murray Public Service Award (2015)
New York City Bar Association Diversity Fellow (2013)