Infrastructure and Economic Development
Is your company facing the difficult decision of builing a new facility or relocating its existing operations and you need help navigating the complex site selection and incentives negotiations process? Would you like to work in partnership with state and local governments to develop needed infrastructure projects? If so, the McGuireWoods Consulting Infrastructure and Economic Development team is the preeminent leader in working to accomplish your business goals in these areas. We have a proven track record securing millions of dollars in economic incentives negotiations, playing an instrumental role in implementing public-private partnership laws accross the county and guiding companies through the development process.
From understanding complicated government regulations and policy issues to ensuring public sentiment in favorable to your project, our team possesses the experience and strong relationships to get the job done. We work with key decision-makers on a daily basis to help our clients integrate themselves into the communities they're entering as partners, not adversaries. With the proper guidance and due diligence, McGuireWoods Consulting can help navigate your company through the complex governmental approval processes, saving you time and money while ultimately adding to your bottom line.
"Why hire MWC?"
Balfour Beatty on the Value of MWC
Economic Development Incentives Links
Case study highlights
Working to build infrastructure projects across the country Our staff of policy experts has had a powerful impact with the passage of landmark public-private partnership legislation. Read more...
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Federal Stimulus Sourcebook
Economic Development Incentives Update
Public Private Partnership Bulletins
Public Private Partnership Guidelines
News & Events
Weekly Washington Healthcare Update
This Week: House advances 'track and trace' legislation...Tavenner confirmed as CMS Administrator...HHS Finalizes Medical Loss Ratio (MLR) rule Read more...
NCGA Week in Review - May 13 - May 17
This week at the North Carolina General Assembly 259 bills moved before the crossover deadline, the House announced their tax reform proposal, and the Senate announced it would take up the budget next week. Read more...