Infrastructure and Public-Private Partnerships (P3)

Alternative project delivery methods, such as public-private partnerships (P3), offer cities, towns, districts and redevelopment authorities new tools to combat growing infrastructure needs without relying solely on traditional government resources. Leveraging experience in innovative project delivery throughout New England and across the country, KP Law provides public sector clients with seamless ‘one stop’ legal services to successfully procure and deliver complex infrastructure projects in a highly regulated and complex environment. We support the legal needs of all government project sponsors across a range of industry segments, including water, wastewater, transportation and social infrastructure. The KP Law team draws upon its extensive experienced in public construction, municipal and state law, public finance, public procurement, real estate, land use, and environmental law.

Our team includes thought-leaders in the public project arena who are actively involved with industry groups like the National Council of Public-Private Partnerships (NCPPP) and the Design-Build Institute of America, among several others. Most recently, one member of our team assisted in drafting water infrastructure P3 legislation filed by Governor Charlie Baker.