the National Council for Public-Private Partnerships’
White Plains, New York – February 23, 2012 – Pannone Lopes Devereaux & West LLC (PLDW) Principal Teno A. West, who leads the firm’s Municipal Infrastructure Team, has been appointed Co-Chair of the National Council for Public-Private Partnerships’
Mr. West is considered a national authority in the areas of public-private partnerships;
The PLDW Municipal Infrastructure Team delivers responsive, cost-effective and strategic legal counsel and guidance to states, counties, municipalities and public authorities across the country seeking solutions to complex infrastructure needs. The firm’s Municipal Infrastructure attorneys are at the forefront of new developments in efficient methodologies for water and sewer treatment, solid waste management, municipal buildings, recreational facilities, transportation systems and other public infrastructure projects. The Team draws upon in-depth experience in multiple areas of law, as well as public finance, project management, real estate, contract maintenance and other disciplines to solve complicated legal issues on municipal projects from conception to completion. Whether a project involves financing, structuring contract documents, design-build, design-build-
The NCPPP was established in 1985 as a nonprofit educational organization. For information about its work, log onto www.ncppp.org. For more information about the firm’s Municipal Infrastructure Team, contact Mr. West, at email@example.com or call 914-898-2497. To learn more about PLDW, contact David C. Sweet, Director of Administration, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 401-824-5100, or visit www.pldw.com.
About Pannone Lopes Devereaux & West LLC
The attorneys and staff at Pannone Lopes Devereaux & West LLC (PLDW) are committed to developing practical and cost-effective solutions while also being supportive of the community in a meaningful way. With offices in Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York and Florida, PLDW has developed a business model that combines international expertise with a more cost-effective delivery system that involves cross training of lawyers and a more practical approach to problem solving. The primary areas of practice for the firm include administrative, corporate and municipal law, civil litigation, government relations, real estate and commercial lending and estate planning and special masterships. The principals demand of themselves and those on the PLDW team, an unparalleled sense of urgency and responsiveness which is derived from an authentic appreciation for their clients and the community in which they serve. For more information, visit www.pldw.com.