Job Details

Energy and Infrastructure Counsel

Company name

BCG Attorney Search

Organization Type

Recruiter

Job Type

Attorney

Date Last Verified

Jul 20,2018

Years of Experience

8-18 yrs required

Location

New York City, NY
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New York City office of our client seeks energy and infrastructure counsel with 8+ years of experience. The candidate will advise government agencies, sponsors and financiers in relation to developing, procuring and bidding for infrastructure projects, with emphasis on P3 (Public-Private Partnership), design-build and other alternate delivery projects across various sectors, including airports. transport, transit, education, health, social housing, waste management and energy. Will advise clients on all legal matters relating to structuring, risk allocation and documentation with respect to infrastructure projects, including undertaking comparative analysis of similar projects in the US and/or foreign jurisdictions, drafting memorandums of advice, preparing risk matrices and advising on best practice; draft, negotiate and review all procurement, project and financing documentation (including RFQs, RFPs, ITPs, project/concession agreements, design-build agreements, O&M agreements, subcontracts, financier and government direct agreements, equity and debt financing agreements and any other ancillary documents). Lead one-on-one meetings between government agencies and bidders during procurement processes for infrastructure projects; coordinate with, and manage input from, other advisors, including finance and insurance advisors with respect to structuring and risk allocation as well as the procurement and contractual documentation. Draft standardized procurement and project documentation for government agencies; draft, review and manage preparation of due diligence reports for equity and debt financiers in relation to infrastructure projects. Advise bidders on the acquisition of infrastructure projects, including conduct due diligence and preparing due diligence reports; lead training sessions for clients and potential clients on infrastructure projects, including with respect to risk allocation, documentation, project implementation and comparison of international practice; lead training sessions for associates with respect to infrastructure projects, including on risk allocation and the preparation of procurement and project documentation; supervise associates working on transactions; liaise with public and private sector clients and potential clients (including international sponsors, financiers and contractors participating in the US infrastructure market) and developing client relationships. Must have admission to practice in a U.S. jurisdiction or foreign jurisdiction outside the U.S. Should have experience in foreign jurisdiction, advising on infrastructure projects with an emphasis on P3 projects. Experience must include advising government agencies, sponsors and financiers in relation to developing, procuring and bidding on infrastructure projects, with emphasis on P3 (Public-Private Partnership) or other project financed transactions across a broad range of sectors, including transport, transit, education, health, social housing, and energy; drafting, negotiating and reviewing all procurement, project and financing documentation (including RFQs, RFPs, ITPs, project/concession agreements, other key subcontracts, financier and government direct agreements, equity and debt financing agreements and any other ancillary documents) in connection with P3 or other project financed transactions, including leading one-on-one meetings between government agencies and bidders during the procurement process; advising sellers, bidders and/or financiers with respect to the sale and/or acquisition of infrastructure projects, including managing the legal due diligence and the preparation of associated due diligence reports; advising clients with respect to restructuring and/or exiting distressed P3 projects and/or other project financed transactions, including analyzing competing rights and obligations of the various parties and developing options to restructure and/or exit the relevant project; drafting, negotiating and reviewing all documentation required to implement a restructure or exit; coordinating with, and managing input from, other advisors, including finance, technical and insurance advisors with respect to structuring and risk allocation as well as procurement and contractual documentation.

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BCG Attorney Search

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