Associate, Public-Private Partnerships, Bilzin Sumberg
Andrej Micovic brings a disciplined approach to project development and finance based on his extensive experience working on complex P3 and privately-owned projects in the U.S., across Latin America and elsewhere. With a strong background in project finance, 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 has recently represented developers and purchasers of solar and wind facilities in Central America and Africa, including the $160 million Bosforo solar plant project in El Salvador, which is expected to have an installed capacity of 100MW at completion. He is also currently representing the developer of a waste-to-energy facility in one of first projects in this sector to be developed under the P3 model in the United States. Andrej has also representing financial sponsors on significant P3 projects in the U.S., including the I-4 managed lanes project in Florida, the Goethals Bridge replacement project in New York/New Jersey, and the Pennsylvania rapid bridge replacement project. He is an active speaker and author in the P3 arena, and recently held a training workshop on international best practices in P3 procurement for Guatemala’s P3 agency. Andrej has a bachelor’s in business administration, economics and legal studies from the University of Miami. He obtained his J.D. from Cornell University.