Alyn Shen is an infrastructure attorney with substantial experience in advising clients through the project delivery process, including procurement procedures, drafting contract and procurement documents, and conducting regulatory compliance. She regularly works on a variety of project structure types, such as public-private partnerships, design-build variations and construction manager at risk, among others.  Her experience also includes assisting clients with financing transactions, including the preparation of loan agreements, leases and related ancillary documents.

Alyn is a graduate of The George Washington University Law School, where she was an editor for the American Intellectual Property Law Association Quarterly Journal and a Legal Research and Writing Fellow. She also served as a legal intern for the United States Commodity Futures Trading Commission, in which she worked under the Division of Enforcement, the Whistleblower Office, and the Office of Commissioner Dan Berkovitz.



City and County of San Francisco and San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) – Potrero Yard Modernization Project. Key member of the legal team advising on the procurement of a modern bus maintenance and storage facility equipped to serve the projected future needs of SFMTA’s new battery electric bus fleet, together with a mixed residential and commercial development at the 4.4 acre project site. The project, with an estimated construction cost of approximately $500 million, will be delivered through a Pre-Development Agreement (PDA) method.

Transportation Corridor Agencies. Member of Nossaman’s general counsel team advising TCA regarding procurements and contracts for development and operation of its toll road network. Alyn’s work includes drafting construction contract documents for an upcoming major project and providing advice regarding other services contracts.

County of Sonoma – County Government Center Project. Key member of the Nossaman team advising the County of Sonoma on the AP/DBFOM procurement of a new government center that would consolidate County operations and potentially include an affordable housing component. The project will allow the County to eliminate significant deferred maintenance of its existing facilities, reduce costly off-site leases currently necessary to house its departments, and allow potential mixed use enhancements. Our services include assistance in developing the structure of the procurement and site selection input.


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