Keith W. Kriebel is resident in the Washington, D.C., and Seattle offices and a member of the firm’s Energy and Infrastructure Group.

He focuses on project finance and energy and infrastructure transactions, particularly the development and financing of large infrastructure projects undertaken using public-private partnerships, as well as the development, financing, restructuring, acquisition, and sale of domestic and international energy projects, including thermal and renewable power projects, gas pipelines, ethanol facilities and utility assets. 

He is experienced in all aspects of project documentation, including design-build and engineering, procurement and construction contracts; operations and maintenance contracts; public-private partnership agreements; asset and share purchase agreements; partnership, shareholder, and other equity agreements; development agreements; turbine and other equipment supply agreements; taxable and tax-exempt financing documents; leases; power purchase agreements; fuel supply agreements; Rule 144A offerings; and privatization and bidding documents. Keith represents sponsors, lenders, contractors, utility offtakers and investors.

From 1983 through 1987, Keith served as a captain in the Office of Chief Counsel of the United States Army Corps of Engineers, where he focused on water and other civil works projects.

  • Keith's recent Infrastructure Engagements

    Sponsor-side
    • Capital Beltway HOT Lanes Project
    • Denver FasTracks Commuter Rail Project
    • Midtown Tunnel Project (tidewater Virginia)
    • I-95 HOT Lanes Project
    • Ohio River Bridges Project
    • Purple Line Project
    Lender-side
    • Goethals Bridge Replacement Project
    • Presidio Parkway Project
    • North Tarrant Expressway Project
    • Seagirt Marine Terminal Project (Baltimore)
    • Privatization of Army Lodging Project

    Public Entity-side

    • LaGuardia Airport Terminal B Redevelopment

    Contractor-side

    • Cathedral Hill Hospital (San Francisco)
    • Commercial solar installations in California
    Owner-side
    • EPC Contracts for solar and wind projects serving Fort Hood, Texas
    • EPC contracts for battery storage projects in California

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