Large infrastructure projects involve facilitating and integrating the needs and goals of multiple constituencies. From development to financing to operation and maintenance, the complexities of such projects require long-term vision as well as attention to detail.
With decades of experience counseling industry participants on a wide array of projects, the infrastructure attorneys at Gibbs Giden provide sound guidance and a steady hand throughout every stage of the project lifecycle.
Our Attorneys Provide Innovative Solutions for a Range of Infrastructure Projects
Our firm is known for our abilities to develop innovative legal structures, draft meticulous project documents and agreements, and craft financing arrangements best suited to the needs of a project. We offer seasoned counsel for every aspect of infrastructure projects and transactions, including:
- Project development
- Project management
- Development financing
- Operation and maintenance
- Insurance and bonding issues
- Equity and debt financings of all types
- Public-private partnerships
- Environmental law and regulation
- Energy contracting and regulation
- Distressed transactions
- Litigation and dispute resolution
We have assisted clients with every type of major infrastructure project, including:
- Power plants
- Major sports venues
- Mass transit
- Correctional facilities
- Wastewater and water treatment facilities
Who We Represent
Gibbs Giden infrastructure attorneys represent project sponsors, developers, banks and institutional investors, general contractors and subcontractors and design professionals on projects of all sizes and complexity.
Additionally, our attorneys counsel numerous public agencies and contractors in bid protests, affirmative action issues, subcontractor listing law disputes and other administrative proceedings relating to infrastructure projects. We also assist public agencies in planning and managing their projects to ensure that they are delivered on time and within budget. Examples of such successful projects include the Diamond Valley Lake constructed by the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, the Alameda Corridor project running between the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach and downtown Los Angeles as well as the expansion of the Anaheim Convention Center.
Contact Gibbs Giden Today to Discuss Your Infrastructure Project
Gibbs Giden has left its mark on successful infrastructure projects throughout California and Nevada. We welcome the opportunity to work with you to make your project equally fruitful. Please call our Los Angeles office at 310-552-3400, our Irvine office at 949-287-8044 or our Las Vegas office at 702-836-9800, or contact us online. We look forward to assisting you.