For the past two decades my professional path has been driven by my passion for infrastructure, transportation, and urbanism, and for the ways in which projects can benefit communities and society at large. I’m fortunate to be able to apply that passion and my years’ of experience day-to-day advising clients on the procurement, construction, development, financing, and delivery of major infrastructure projects all across the U.S.
Adam advises clients in the development, procurement, construction, financing, and delivery of their most innovative, unconventional, and challenging infrastructure projects, including through public-private partnerships (P3s), design-build, and progressive contracting. His experience reflects more than 50 major projects across the U.S., including two dozen public-private partnerships (P3). He is a nationally recognized infrastructure project attorney and leader in the U.S. P3 industry and a two-time Law360 MVP in Project Finance.
His recent experience spans multiple sectors. This includes advising on private sector development of new airport terminal projects and cargo facility redevelopment, rail and transit system extension, expansion, and improvement projects for three of the nation’s largest rail and transit agencies, and on the deployment of new infrastructure to introduce the use of autonomous vehicles for public transit. In addition to his extensive transportation experience, he has advised on water and wastewater, school, social infrastructure and government facility, transit-oriented development, broadband, and energy and renewable projects.
Adam leads the firm’s Infrastructure, Major Projects, Public-Private Partnerships, and Alternative Delivery practice and serves as the managing partner for the New York office, which he established. Prior to joining the Firm, Adam was a New York resident Counsel at a global law firm based in London. Prior to his legal career, Adam worked at a nonprofit focused on economic and community development in Newark, New Jersey.