J.D., New York University School of Law, 2005
B.A., Yale University, 1999
Adam Giuliano’s practice focuses on the procurement, financing, construction, operations and maintenance of transportation and infrastructure projects. He has experience advising agencies, investors, contractors, and lenders. His past experience includes work on matters involving interstate highways, roads and bridges, parking, transit, commuter rail and high-speed rail, airports, ports, water and wastewater, schools, telecommunications, energy and power generation, renewables, and natural resources. He has also represented clients on matters related to the governance, sale, and acquisition of project companies and infrastructure investment vehicles.
Adam has particular expertise advising on the use of alternative project delivery methods including public-private partnerships (P3 / PPP) and design-build contracting.
Prior to pursuing a legal career, Adam worked at a nonprofit foundation concentrating on economic and community development in Newark, New Jersey.
Transportation and Other Infrastructure (excluding energy)
Currently represents or previously represented:
Prior to joining the Firm, Adam represented:
Energy and Natural Infrastructure