In recent years, the U.S. has seen an increased demand for more and better infrastructure. The uptick in interest in these kinds of projects is falling squarely on the shoulders of the construction industry and its lawyers.
In order to meet the rising demand and remain competitive in the national legal market, construction lawyers need to hone their expertise in infrastructure regulation, funding, and process. Without this knowledge, developers and contractors will struggle to succeed on large infrastructure projects.
PLI is offering a one-day program, Construction Projects and Infrastructure 2022, which features distinguished Program Chairs Josh M. Leavitt and Heidi Hennig Rowe, who will share their expertise on successful contracting, recent financing, and project management strategies in the construction and development space. The panel will also help explain to practitioners the heightened interest of lawmakers in the construction and engineering sectors, the important (and often unique) aspects of government contracts, and more.
Additional topics to be covered include:
- Key points of the recently passed Infrastructure Bill, Airport development, and Transit-Oriented Development (TOD)
- Project and public finance techniques including TIFIA and RRIF programs
- How to utilize meaningful stakeholders support and smart partner selection
- An in-depth explanation of Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)-based and other government contracts
- How to select the most effective delivery system
- How to align project risks with financing risks
- Successful strategies for large contract projects
PLI’s program is ideal for anyone working in the construction and infrastructure space, including outside counsel, in-house attorneys, construction contract procurement professionals, and government agency officers. A background in federal construction contracts procurement, and real estate development will be beneficial. Register today to learn more.