King & Spalding lawyers have experience in all aspects of infrastructure finance and development transactions. Our firm’s Infrastructure Finance and Development Practice uses a multi-disciplinary approach to meet client needs and draws on the experience of lawyers from all of the firm’s offices. We regularly represent and understand the needs of developers, financial institutions, governmental entities, construction companies and other service and equipment providers who are active in the infrastructure area. Our experience covers a broad range of projects, including electric generating facilities, toll roads, athletic stadiums, airports, water and sewer facilities, chemical and other industrial facilities, telecommunications equipment and facilities, municipal buildings and other capital improvements.
Our lawyers are well-versed in the wide range of techniques used to finance infrastructure projects, both domestically and globally. We regularly assist clients with financings employing the following techniques: project finance, tax-exempt finance, financial guaranties, bond insurance, corporate finance, fund formation and investments, credit and liquidity facilities, trade and manufacturing finance, leveraged leasing, securitization and other types of structured finance, export credit agency programs, derivatives and commercial finance.