Mr. O’Neill, a partner on Hunton & Williams’ Capital Finance and Real Estate Team, co-head of its Public Finance Practice Group, and the Managing Partner of the Richmond office, has nearly 30 years of experience practicing in the area of public finance and privatization. He concentrates his practice in the areas of public-private infrastructure development, public finance, capital finance and complex commercial lending. Mr. O’Neill has substantial experience in structuring transactions for a broad range of public and private infrastructure projects, including airports, roads and highways, convention and conference centers, educational facilities, government administrative facilities and water and wastewater facilities. His recent experience includes leading the firm’s service in its appointment as counsel on privatization matters for the Virginia Office of Transportation P3s; serving as counsel to a consortium formed in its bid to develop, design, build and maintain the Port Authority of New York/New Jersey US $2.3 billion replacement Goethals Bridge; leading the firm’s service as special counsel to the Office of the Governor and the Secretary of Transportation in Virginia for consideration of proposals to privatize the Port of Virginia; and serving as finance and Virginia counsel in 2012 to the private party concessionaires on three of the Virginia Department of Transportation’s most important P3 projects – the Route 460 Corridor Improvements Project, the I-95 HOT Lanes Project and the Midtown Tunnel Project. Mr. O’Neill is a regular lecturer on topics covering traditional municipal finance, transportation, multi-jurisdictional projects and public-private ventures and economic development incentives.