Law & Legislative

The purpose of the Law & Legislative Committee is to monitor and address issues relevant to alternative project delivery and P3. The Legislative Committee will report on legislative initiatives that either promote or seek to diminish the mission of the Association including drafting and submitting proposed legislation to the Board for review. The Legislative Committee shares its findings with the Government Affairs Committee and Board of Directors in order to help shape the direction of and ensure consistent communication.

Rodney Moss

Chairperson
Senior Vice President, Hunt Companies, Inc 

Rodney is S. Vice President of the Hunt Development Group, having previously been Sr. VP in Aon’s Infrastructure Solutions, and regional Chief Legal Officer for…

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Rodney is S. Vice President of the Hunt Development Group, having previously been Sr. VP in Aon’s Infrastructure Solutions, and regional Chief Legal Officer for Balfour Beatty. He has served AIAI for three years as the chair of the Law & Legislative committee and was instrumental in drafting the original P3 legislation in Texas and Florida. Rodney has 25 years experience in construction risk management and construction-related claims.

As Sr. Vice President and Regional Managing Director of the Construction Services Group for Aon Risk Solutions, Southwest Region, Rodney was a member of Aon’s Infrastructure Services Team, providing risk consultation to owners and contractors on debt and performance security solutions for P3 transactions.

Prior to joining Aon in April 2013, Rodney was Balfour Beatty Construction's national Sr. VP for Public Private Partnerships and was instrumental in passing Texas' P3 statute in 2011 and Florida's similar P3 statute in 2013. Prior to his national P3 role, Rodney was Regional Sr. VP and Chief Legal Officer of a $1 billion region for 10 years responsible for all contract and risk management matters as well as quality control and scheduling.

Rodney was a partner in the Procurement and Construction Practice Group of the law firm of Bradley Arant Boult & Cummings in Birmingham, Alabama before joining Balfour Beatty. His experience included complex transactions and claims, including coverage disputes, on behalf of large general contractors.

Prior to and during law school, he was a mechanical design and field engineer in the design/build power plant sector between for 8 years.

Rodney has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University and a law degree from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University.

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Andres Vidal

Chairperson
Vice Chairperson ACS Infrastructure Development, Inc.  

Andres C. Vidal is Counsel with ACS Infrastructure Development where he focuses on the development of P3 projects in the United States and Canada. ACS…

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Andres C. Vidal is Counsel with ACS Infrastructure Development where he focuses on the development of P3 projects in the United States and Canada. ACS is a concessionaire focused on developing and operating transportation and social infrastructure in North America via public-private partnerships. ACS has financed six P3s in North America to date, totaling more than $9 Billion in value, including Florida’s I-595 managed lanes project. Prior to joining ACS, Andres was an attorney with two leading international law firms focusing on project and corporate finance and project development, representing private developers and lenders (including leading investment banks and investment funds) in the transportation, energy, renewables, oil and gas and petrochemicals sectors, both domestically and abroad (including in Latin America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East). Andres earned two bachelor of arts degrees with honors from the University of Pennsylvania and his juris doctorate from the University of Chicago Law School.

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