Northwestern University School of Law,
Thompson Coburn LLP
Frank is an associate in the Firm's banking and commercial finance practice. He advises clients in a wide range of financing transactions and investments.
He represents lenders, investors, and borrowers in connection with a variety of commercial financing transactions, including secured and unsecured commercial lending, syndicated credit facilities, and asset-based lending.
Frank also has extensive experience with helping public agencies use innovative procurement methods to deliver highly complex and large-scale airport, highway, bridge, tunnel, transit, and social infrastructure projects. His work has spanned every step of the procurement process, including drafting procurement and contract documents relating to design-build and public-private partnership (P3) agreements, and advising on proposer evaluation and selection strategies.
He has played a key role in several high-profile P3 projects, including a $1.3 billion campus expansion project for a large public university and two multi-billion dollar airport projects for a major metropolitan city. Prior to practicing law, Frank was a civil engineer and worked primarily on airport design and bridge inspection.
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