|Project / Client||Sector|
|Rockefeller Foundation, NYS 2100 Commission||Infrastructure Strategy|
|JP Morgan Chase||Infrastructure Strategy|
|Port Authority of New York & New Jersey||Infrastructure Strategy|
|Lower Manhattan Development Corporation||Infrastructure Strategy|
|National Infrastructure Bank||Infrastructure Strategy|
|NY State Throughway Authority||Transportation, Bridge|
|Transport Canada||Transportation, Bridge|
|Strait Crossings Development Inc.||Transportation, Bridge|
|Administrative Offices of Court, Long Beach||Social Infrastructure|
|San Francisco MTA||Transit Oriented Development|
|United Nations||Asset Management|
|State of New York||Asset Management|
|City of New York||Asset Management|
|Project / Client||Sector|
|Pyramid Company||Mixed Use|
|Msheireb Properties, Qatar||Mixed Use|
|Ansal Plaza, New Delhi||Mixed Use|
|Banco Sabadell, Starwood Hotel||Hospitality|
|Middlesex County Improvement Authority||Hospitality|
|University of Missouri’s Health Systems||Healthcare / Higher Education|
|Oregon Health & Sciences University||Healthcare / Higher Education|
|University of Connecticut||Higher Education|
|Metopolitam Museum of Art||Museum|
|General Services Administration||Commercial|
|Indian Aluminium Company||Commercial|
FOUNDER AND PRINCIPAL
Strategic planning for infrastructure and real estate development; Project finance and public private partnerships; Procurement advisory; Governance, risk and controls assessments; Construction project and program management; CapEx/OpEx monitoring and audits; Asset management; Business process improvement and innovation advisory .
Suhrita’s extensive career in management consulting is distinguished by her success in serving the infrastructure, real estate, and construction industries. Suhrita’s experience includes: (i) Strategic advice for project development and financing of large scale real estate and infrastructure investments;. (ii) Infrastructure and real estate portfolio planning, financing; (iii) Construction Project and Program Management; (iv) Governance, risk and compliance assessments; (v) Asset management; as well as (vi) Feasibility studies, procurement advice, risk assessment, and project finance for alternative delivery across multiple sectors. Previously, her career has spanned leadership roles in two Big Four consulting organizations as well as in global engineering and consulting firms. With the privilege of a career that has spanned both financial and technical advisory roles; she has been at the forefront of the evolving P3 landscape nationally and internationally and has participated from both public and private sector perspectives. She is an Expert P3 Advisor with the US Department of Treasury’s Government Debt and Infrastructure Finance program and an Expert Risk Advisor to the Funding Committee of the Board for the North American Development Bank.
As a published author and presenter with a strong industry presence, she has received recognition as a subject matter expert globally. As an adjunct professor at Columbia University & CUNY, she has taught graduate courses in infrastructure and real estate. Suhrita is also an alumnus of Columbia University, and a PMP. She was selected as ‘WBC’s outstanding women 2016’ in Alternate Delivery, by the Women Builders Council, New York, and awarded ‘Leading Women in Global Advisory’ by IWLF Mumbai, India.
Public private partnerships; Privatization; Public finance; Government advisory; Corporate finance; Corporate governance; Regulation of capital markets including securities law. Lloyd has extensive experience of the national and international markets including in Central and South Asia, East Asia, Africa, and Eastern Europe.
Mr. Richardson is a highly qualified manager and finance/corporate attorney with 25 years’ experience in infrastructure development, finance & regulation (energy, including co-gen and IPP; transportation, including ports, airports; road and rail; water and solid waste systems; education; and healthcare), with specialties in privatization and public-private partnerships (“P3”). Representative engagements include the following: private companies, government issuers, and underwriters in securities offerings; portfolio companies for equity funds; corporate law and governance; and corporate finance. He is skilled at managing teams to complete complex projects & transactions on time, including in cross-cultural settings. Through his experience, he has developed a keen sense of operational matters and the management skills necessary to achieve objectives imposed by financing parties.
Lloyd has been a Partner at the law firms Williams Mullen and McGuireWoods LLP, an Advisor to the US Department of Treasury, and a Foreign Service Officer at the US Department of State. He was named to “Best Lawyers in America” by his peers in public finance from 2007 to 2014. He has worked extensively advising boards of directors of governmental, nonprofit and for-profit entities. Lloyd is trained in international development economics and has emerging markets experience in China, Taiwan, India, Central & South Asia, Eastern Europe, and Africa. He has trained over 100 officials of developing country governments in international best practices for PPPs. Lloyd is accomplished in Alternative Dispute Resolution, including as a FINRA arbitrator/mediator. He is a published writer and holds degrees from Brown, Princeton and Columbia.
Public private development, Public private partnerships; Strategic planning; Market and financial feasibility analysis; Procurement advisory; Urban revitalization; Mixed use development; Economic impacts. Expertise spans all real estate types, with special emphasis on complex mixed-use urban development, recreational / cultural facilities, higher education and community development.
Charlie Shorter is a senior transaction advisor for Public Private Partnerships, and a specialist in real estate markets and finance. He has over 30 years of real estate and infrastructure industry experience involving market and financial feasibility analyses, economic impact studies, structuring public/private development partnerships, creating strategic approaches to large-scale mixed use projects and advising in negotiations with developers. He has extensive expertise in urban revitalization, transportation and transit oriented development, with emphasis on developer solicitation/selection, and implementation strategies for public-private ventures. He is an expert in successfully leading a public procurement process through RFQs and RFPs.
Charlie was the Leader of Ernst & Young LLP’s Public Private Transaction Advisory practice and also a Principal at Arthur Anderson LLP. He is currently a board member of the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges (AGB) as well as a Trustee for the City University of New York, where he serves on the Real Estate and Facilities Committee. Charlie is also a board member of the New 42nd Street Corporation which is responsible for developing the theaters and retail along 42nd Street in the Times Square area of New York City. He is member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) where he serves on the Public Development Infrastructure Council. A frequent lecture/speaker on real estate trends, Charlie was for 20 years an Adjunct Faculty in the Master of Science in Real Estate at the Columbia University. He holds degrees from Princeton and Columbia Universities.
Land and asset acquisition and disposition; Highest and best use strategies; Land use planning, Approvals and process management; Re-purposing and re-positioning strategies; Development management – acquisition, design, approvals and project management services; Tenant services – relocation and leasing; Public private partnerships – redevelopment and financing strategies.
Peter Gilpatric aligns the needs of the private sector real estate and capital markets with public sector opportunity, policy and process to achieve highly successful developments for both private and public sector clients. Peter was previously a Principal in the national real development firm LCOR, and working as a private developer, has implemented major public private as well as private developments and financing of social assets. Peter has direct experience with major development projects including PPP projects, mixed-use development projects with a TOD focus, transportation projects involving rail, bus and airport interface and a large privately held science and technology center.
Peter is an expert in land use strategies including leases, land value capture and other financing mechanisms for social infrastructure projects. During his career Peter has participated in the development, design, financing, marketing and management of over 10 million square feet of complex mixed-use spaces often in conjunction with public partners and requiring the integration of transportation facilities. Peter has leased over 3,000,000 sf of office and technology space as an owner, tenant and advisor and sold over $500,000,000 sf of various assets as an owner and advisor. Peter has led project teams to entitle and develop most of these projects with the singular objective of achieving high and best use and value of a property within then current real estate and capital markets.
P3 Risk Balance and Expectation Management Panelist – Suhrita Sen, P3C Conference, Dallas, 2016
Innovation At The Edges
Moderator – Suhrita Sen
P3C Conference, Dallas, 2017
U.S. Department of Treasury Briefing, 2015 – Risk Frameworks
Strategic Planning for Dormitory Authority of the State of New York – 2016
Chapter – Deriving the 2nd and 3rd Dimensions of BCWS Suhrita Sen, Published by the Project Management Institute, ISBN 1-880410-74-5
WBC’s Outstanding Women, 2016
Women Builders Council,