Ryan J. Pedraza assists clients with the development, financing and construction of infrastructure projects. Ryan has extensive experience with all phases of Public-Private Partnerships (P3s), from project planning and procurement, to the administration of project agreements. He has been involved with marquee P3s throughout the United States.
Ryan joined Hunton Andrews Kurth following a career in the public sector. He served in the Virginia Office of the Attorney General, where he advised state executive branch agencies on the planning and execution of P3 projects and other procurement related-matters.
Ryan also worked as a program manager in the Virginia Office of Public-Private Partnerships, where he was instrumental in the delivery of a number of successful P3 transactions.
Ryan is admitted to practice before the US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.
- Advise the District of Columbia Office of Public-Private Partnerships on its procurement of a design-build-finance-operate-maintain concession for the conversion of the District of Columbia’s street light network to LED technology and the deployment of smart city technology
- Advise a consortium in connection with its bid to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the Fargo-Moorhead Metro Flood Diversion Authority Diversion Channel project
- Advise the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission on its procurement of a design-build-finance-operate-maintain concession for the development of a fiber optic broadband network along the Commission’s 500-mile right-of-way
- Advise the project company in the administration of its concession agreement with the Texas Department of Transportation for the SH 288 managed lanes project
- Advise the Virginia Department of Transportation on the procurement of the I-64 Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel Expansion Project
- Advise the Virginia Department of Transportation on the procurement and financing of the Transform 66 managed lanes project
- JD, William & Mary Law School, Student Note Editor, William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal,William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review, 2005
- BA, University of Florida, 2002
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