Racquel A. Muindi is an associate in the firm’s Finance Department, focusing her practice on advising private and public sector clients on complex P3/infrastructure, energy, and project finance matters within the transportation, transit, utility and social infrastructure spaces. Racquel advises clients on key issues and complexities surrounding project development and structuring, procurement, bid preparation, financing and project delivery. Racquel also has experience advising corporate clients through multi-billion-dollar cross-border deals involving entity formation, commercial contracts, restructurings, and private equity transactions.
During law school, Racquel served as a legal intern with the Office of the Judge Advocate General at U.S. Army Europe in Wiesbaden, Germany, where she supported the Army Judge Advocate General's Corps attorneys and local counsel handling civil and criminal matters.
- Private Sector Infrastructure Developer – Sponsor’s counsel to bidder consortium on a large-scale digital utility infrastructure P3.
- Pennsylvania Department of Transportation – primary legal team, on the I-81 Partnership design-build-finance project and Pathways program.
- Georgia Department of Transportation – primary legal team, on the West Interchange design-build-finance project.
Pro Bono Experience
Young Professionals in Infrastructure
Legislative Committee, Women’s Transportation Seminar – Los Angeles, 2018-2020
Panelist, "Expectation vs. Reality: Aligning Owner Estimates with Procurement Outcomes," P3C, September 15, 2021
Panelist, "Future-Proofing Water Projects for a Rapidly-Changing Climate," P3 Water Summit, April 23, 2021
George Washington University Law School (J.D. 2016)
Chapman University (B.A. 2013)
District of Columbia