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Andrej Micovic

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Govorim hrvatski
Parlo Italiano
Area of Focus: Project Development and Finance

Andrej brings a disciplined approach to project development and finance based on his extensive experience working on complex P3 and privately-owned projects both in the U.S. and across Latin America. He routinely represents financial sponsors and developers in projects that rely on both public and private funding sources and across a variety of sectors—from transportation to renewable energy to social infrastructure.

Andrej combines his strong project finance background with an in-depth understanding of procurement laws and processes. As a result, he is able to walk clients through the details of complex project documents, procurements and multi-tranche financing structures while keeping the “big picture” in mind.

Q & A
What sets you apart from other project finance attorneys?
P3 and other project financings are complicated, and it is important for a lawyer to understand both the project development side of the transaction, as well as the project finance side. I can do both. Resolving a bankability issue early in a procurement process, even before the lenders get involved, can save lots of time (and money) for sponsors further down the road. In addition, when it comes time to negotiate the financing terms for a project, an intricate understanding of the project documents, and particularly project risks and cash flows, is critical.
Where do you think the U.S. P3 market is heading?
The U.S. P3 market is still young and there is a lot of room for growth. I think that the next few years will see a steady rise in “smart city” initiatives as government entities begin to invest more heavily in technology and data collection. We are also seeing a push for the construction of certain social infrastructure projects, such as courthouses and government centers, to become eligible for tax-exempt financing sources. Here in Miami-Dade County, mass transit P3s are front of mind as local governments look for long-term solutions to heavy traffic.
Representation of equity investor in its successful bid for the deployment of the Red Compartida wholesale broadband network, an approximately $7 billion public-private partnership with the Mexican Secretariat of Communications and Transportation.
Representation of a consortium in connection with their bid for the construction, financing, and maintenance of the $2.3 billion dollar I-4 Ultimate Improvement Project, a public-private partnership to rebuild Interstate 4 in Central Florida.
Representation of a consortium in connection with their bid for the construction, financing, and maintenance of the Pennsylvania Rapid Bridge Replacement Project, an $899 million public-private partnership with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation to replace 558 aging bridges.
Representation of purchaser in the acquisition of the entire equity stake in a portfolio of wind and solar energy assets in Central America with a total installed capacity of approximately 500 megawatts.
Representation of borrower and financial sponsors in the project financing of a phased 100 megawatt solar energy portfolio in El Salvador. This transaction represents the most significant foreign private investment in El Salvador in over a decade.
Representation of the lead arranger and initial lender in connection with an unsecured term loan extended to an Argentine telecom company for the acquisition of bandwidth.
  • Cornell University, J.D., 2010
    University of Miami, B.B.A., Economics and Legal Studies, 2007
  • Young Professionals in Infrastructure
    Member, 2018 - Present
  • Florida
    New York
  • National Law Journal, Crisis Leadership Trailblazer, 2020
  • Spanish