Matthew's practice specializes in energy, transport and infrastructure projects, particularly alternative delivery projects (public-private partnerships (PPP/P3) and design-build (DB). Prior to practicing law, Matthew worked as a hedge fund analyst and chief of staff in New York State government.

Matthew's prior experience in finance and government enhances his ability to deliver legal advice through a commercial lens for private and public sector clients. Matthew has advised clients across a full spectrum of energy and infrastructure assets, including telecoms, rail, highways, airport, intermodal transit, combined heat and power, social infrastructure, and waste to energy. Matthew has also advised several key state and local governments on the sufficiency of their laws to produce P3 projects in their jurisdictions.

    • Sponsors on a bid for the $400 million Miami-Dade Courthouse P3 Project
    • Sponsors in the development of the US$750 million Ohio Department of Transportation Portsmouth Bypass P3 Project.
    • Sponsors in the development of the US$4.2 billion Florida Department of Transportation Ultimate P3 Project.
    • Underwriters and Bank Lenders for the financing of the US$4 billion LAX Automated People Mover P3 Project, financed in part with tax-exempt Private Activity Bonds (PABS) and a short-tern bank facility (first U.S. P3 hybrid bank/bond deal to reach financial close).
    • Underwriters for the US$680 million Denver Great Hall P3 Project, financed in part with tax-exempt PABs
    • Underwriters for the US$3 billion Transform-66 Managed Lanes P3 Project, financed in part with PABs and TIFIA.
    • Underwriters for the US$1 billion Pennsylvania Rapid Bridge Replacement P3 Project, financed in part with PABs
    • The Metropolitan Transportation Authority for the East Side access project’s wireless communications access system & dark fiber P3 project.
    • The Long Island Railroad for its Jamaica Station, Atlantic Terminal, and Atlantic Tunnel wireless communications access system and dark fiber P3 project.
    • New York City Transit Authority for its below ground station’s wireless communications access system & dark fiber.
    • Dormitory Authority of the State of New York (DASNY) for its US$150 million 89 MW combined heat and power facility.
    • The City of New York Department of Design & Construction  $8.8 billion Design-Build Borough-Based Jail Program
    • PANYNJ on the development of its standard-form Design-Build Program for all Port Authority assets
    • PANYNJ on two large-scale Design-Build Substation Projects at JFK Airport
    • PANYNJ in the US$1.5 billion redevelopment Project’s design-build contract and operations & maintenance contract for Newark Airport’s Terminal 1
    • City of Richmond, VA on a $1.4 billion arena and mixed-use development project, financed through tax increment financing.
    • Rhode Island Department of Transportation for the US$300 million Providence P3 Intermodal Transportation Center.
    • Maryland Department of Transportation and the Maryland Office of Attorney General for the US$9 billion 495 / I-270 Traffic Relief P3 Program.
    • Developer on a bid to acquire the South Terminal at Austin Bergstrom Airport
    • Sponsors on a bid for the US$500 million Pennsylvania Turnpike Fiber Optic Broadband P3 Project.
    • Sponsors on a bid for the US$2.4 billion Purple Line Light Rail P3 Project in Maryland
    • Sponsors on a bid for the US$1.2 billion campus expansion project at the University of California, Merced.
    • Canadian & US Pension Funds on a US$300 million Telecoms Co-Investment.
    • Developer for a US$70 million 50 MW utility solar energy project.
    • Developer on a bid for the US$450 million Surrey Anaerobic Digestion Waste to Energy P3 Project