Major works require sophisticated resources and cross-disciplinary knowledge, but most of all, they demand creativity.

Projects face legal challenges, financial complications, logistical hurdles, and must satisfy policy, regulatory, and political demands. Our market-leading team connects project developers with practical legal solutions to overcome the challenges facing any major project from inception through financing and long into the construction and operations phases.

Because our clients often involve us right from the inception of a project, we are uniquely positioned to anticipate the full scope of our clients’ business goals. Our extensive experience developing, financing, and buying and selling projects also allows us to step in at any stage of a project’s life-cycle to help complete the development of a facility, a financing, sale, or other transaction. We tailor each team to seamlessly coordinate all of the pieces of a project, delivering comprehensive coverage of environmental, regulatory, permitting, governmental, real estate, tax, and transactional concerns.

Whether negotiating complex public-private partnerships, coordinating innovative sources of financing, or shepherding project phases through charged city council hearings or environmental permit approvals, our project team has the experience, attitude, and resources to get large-scale work done.

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Ranked in Chambers Global 2018

Recognized by Chambers Global 2018: Projects: Renewables & Alternative Energy - USA

BTI's Law Firms with the Best Collaboration

One of nine firms nationwide named in 2017 by leading legal decision makers for “standout collaboration”

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