The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act: Moving Authority Into Projects, A Public and Private Perspective

March 2, 2022
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Today’s episode features a discussion on how to engage with the Infrastructure and Jobs Act and moving authority into projects from a public and private perspective. Our experts will discuss opportunities presented by the new law, and how those opportunities encourage, even require, a partnership between public and private leaders. Establishing those partnerships now can lead to efficient approvals and thorough distributions of resources.

Participating in this discussion is John Smolen, a Partner in our Baltimore office, and Brent Heberlee, Of Counsel in our Washington DC office. John and Brent are joined by Sam Headon, Director of Project Development at S&B USA Concessions.

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