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  • Steven Frias | Keegan Werlin LLP

    Public Utility, Energy, & Administrative Law; Telecommunication Steven Frias is an associate at Keegan Werlin LLP. He specializes in public utility, energy and regulatory, telecommunications, and administrative law. Steven Frias Boston Office Phone: 617-951-1400 Fax: 617-951-1354 Email: sfrias@keeganwerlin.com ● Administrative Law ● Energy Law ● Public Utilities ● Telecommunication Bar Admissions Massachusetts U.S. District Court District of RI Rhode Island Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Frias served as Senior Legal Counsel to the Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission for two years. He then served as Executive Counsel of the Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission and Legal Counsel to the Rhode Island Energy Facility Siting Board for six years. During his employment as Executive Counsel, he authored “Beyond 271 – From an Open Market to a Fully Competitive Market: A Roadmap for State Commissions,” for the NRRI Journal of Applied Regulation. Before entering public service, Mr. Frias served as an associate at Zizik, LaSalle & Power, P.C., specializing in litigation. ​ Since 1999, Mr. Frias has taught Paralegals and the Litigation Team in Rhode Island, a seminar at the Institute for Paralegal Education. Memberships & Associations Rhode Island Bar Association R.I. Representative and Member of the RNC Budget Committee, Republican National Committee ​ Board Member, Cranston Historical Society 2009 - 2017 ​ Contributing Opinion Columnist, Cranston Herald 2012 - 2013, 2019 - Present ​ Contributing Opinion Columnist, Providence Journal 2013 - 2016 ​ Commissioner, Cranston City Planning Commission, 2021 - Present ​ Treasurer, R.I. Semiquincentennial (250th) Commission, 2021 - Present ​ Chairman, Cranston Charter Review Commission, 2019 - 2020 Published Works Cranston and Its Mayors: A History, The History Press, Charleston SC, 2011 Beyond 271 - From an Open Market to a Fully Competitive Market, NRRI Journal of Applied Regulation, 1, 2003 Flagrant Disregard for Tradition, Suffolk University Law Review, 30, 1997 Education Suffolk University Law School, Boston, Massachusetts, , J.D., cum laude, 1997 Law Review: Suffolk University Law Review, 1996 - 1997 Awards: Dean’s List 1995-97; Best Case Comment, Law Review Staff Competition, 1996; Semi-Finalist, Clark Appellate Advocacy Competition, 1996; Best Brief Writer, First Year Moot Court Section Competition 1995; Best Oral Advocate, First Year Moot Court Section Competition, 1995 ​ Brown University, Providence, RI, B.A. Political Science and International Relations, 1993 Representative Cases NSTAR Electric Company, D.P.U. 17-05 ​ NSTAR Gas Company, D.P.U. 19-120 ​ NSTAR Gas Company, D.P.U. 20-76 Brookline, Case No. 9752 Classes & Seminars Paralegals and the Litigation Team in Rhode Island, Institute for Paralegal Education, 1999 - Present Recognitions Coolidge Prize for Journalism, 2015

  • Attorneys and Associates | Keegan Werlin LLP | Boston Massachusetts

    Our Team Practical advice from a knowledgeable legal team. Cheryl M. Kimball Managing Partner & Chair of Energy & Regulatory Practice Read More David S. Rosenzweig Executive Partner & Chair of Energy Facilities Siting & Permitting Practice Read More Brian Golden Partner and Chair of Real Estate Development and Permitting Practice Read More Robert J. Keegan Chairman Emeritus ​ ​ Read More Molly K. Agostinelli Associate Read More Jonathan A. Goldberg Senior Counsel Read More Michael B. Hershberg Associate Read More Ashley S. Marton Associate Read More Anna Rendell-Baker Associate Read More Danielle Winter Partner Read More Cheryl A. Blaine Partner Read More Kerri A. Gowaski Associate Read More Robert J. Humm Partner Read More Sean P. Nehill Senior Counsel Read More Tiffany N. Tisler Associate Read More Barry P. Fogel Partner Read More John K. Habib Partner Read More Catherine J. Keuthen Partner Read More Kevin F. Penders Partner | Practice Manager Read More Brendan P. Vaughan Associate Read More Steven Frias Associate Read More Erika J. Hafner Partner Read More Michael J. Koehler Partner Read More Jessica Ralston Partner Read More Daniel P. Venora Partner Read More Practice Areas Energy & Regulatory Law Energy Facilities Siting & Permitting Governmental & Legislative Relations Environmental, Municipal, & Land Use Real Estate Development & Permitting Learn More

  • Keegan Werlin LLP | New England Law Firm | Boston MA | New Britain CT

    Practical advice from a knowledgeable and dedicated legal team. We take great pride in our ability to understand our client businesses, the environments in which they operate and their priorities for achieving success. We commit to client objectives at all stages of representation and know that, ultimately, there is no success without client success. If you would like to discuss a matter of interest, please contact us today. About Our Firm At Keegan Werlin LLP, we specialize in developing creative solutions to the complex challenges our clients encounter in their business environments. Keegan Werlin attorneys are industry leaders in energy and regulatory issues, project siting, licensing and permitting, environmental compliance and permitting, land use, government and legislative relations, municipal law and real estate. From start to finish, Keegan Werlin has unrivaled experience and knowledge of energy-related regulatory and policy matters and the project-development and permitting landscape. Experience & Expertise Keegan Werlin has a team of attorneys with unparalleled experience dealing with complex energy, real estate and regulatory issues. The firm combines its legal and regulatory expertise with a thorough understanding of the technical, strategic and financial challenges in emerging industries to provide successful and cost-effective representation of client interests. Learn More Practice Areas Energy & Regulatory Law Read more Energy Facilities Siting & Permitting Read more Real Estate Development & Permitting Read more Governmental & Legislative Relations Read more Environmental, Municipal & Land Use Read more Partnerships

  • Danielle Winter | Keegan Werlin LLP

    Energy & Regulatory Law; Public Utilities Danielle (Rathbun) Winter is a partner at Keegan Werlin LLP specializing in energy and regulatory and public utility law. She represents a number of electric and gas utilities on issues concerning rates, planning, and energy procurement. Danielle Winter Boston Office Phone: 617-951-1400 Fax: 617-951-1354 Email: dwinter@keeganwerlin.com ● Regulatory Law ● Energy Law ● Public Utilities Bar Admissions Massachusetts New York Ms. Winter’s representation of electric and gas utilities before the Department of Public Utilities includes advocacy on issues relating to distribution rates, energy supply, renewable energy, grid modernization, system reliability, and service quality. Specifically, Ms. Winter has represented electric utilities in proceedings regulating the procurement of long-term renewable power, time varying rates, their continued modernization of the electric grid and the interconnection of distributed generation. She has represented gas utilities in proceedings before the DPU regarding base distribution rates, cyber security and gas procurement and related issues. ​ Prior to joining Keegan Werlin, Ms. Winter was an Assistant Attorney General in the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, Office of Ratepayer Advocacy. She was also an Assistant Counsel at the New York State Department of Public Service. Representative Cases NSTAR Electric Company and Western Massachusetts Electric Company, D.P.U. 12-76 (2012 - present) ​ NSTAR Electric Company and Western Massachusetts Electric Company, D.P.U. 14-04 (2014 - present) ​ NSTAR Gas Company, D.P.U. 14-64 (ongoing) NSTAR Gas Company, D.P.U. 13-159 (2013)

  • Robert J. Keegan | Keegan Werlin LLP

    Energy, Public Utilities, & Administrative Law; Telecommunications Robert J. Keegan is a founding partner of Keegan Werlin LLP. He is an industry leader in representing electric generators, developers of energy storage and delivery infrastructure, regulated and competitive retail energy providers and large energy users interested in exploring creative procurement strategies. Robert J. Keegan Boston Office Phone: 617-951-1400 Fax: 617-951-1354 Email: rkeegan@keeganwerlin.com ● Administrative Law ● Energy Law ● Public Utilities ● Telecommunications Bar Admissions Rhode Island U.S. Court of Appeals First Circuit U.S. District Court District of MA Massachusetts Mr. Keegan plays golf most days, always somewhere sunny. If not playing golf, Mr. Keegan is an avid reader of history and politics and is actively engaged with family, friends, and clients on a number of pressing matters. Mr. Keegan is always ready to go! He has advised clients on matters relating to a broad range of regulatory and administrative compliance matters including regulatory approval of mergers and acquisitions and utility rate plans, among other important issues of the day. He has represented clients in adjudicatory and rulemaking proceedings involving rate-setting, pipeline safety, service quality and industry-restructuring issues. Mr. Keegan has also successfully represented several clients in appeals from the administrative record before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. He knows a lot. ​ Before founding the firm in 1988, Mr. Keegan was appointed by the Governor for two terms as a Commissioner at the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities from 1983 to 1988. Prior to his appointment as Commissioner, Mr. Keegan was Deputy Regional Counsel at the United States Department of Energy, 1979 to 1982. ​ He has also served as Special Assistant Attorney General, Massachusetts, 1990-1991; Consultant, Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities and Energy Law Institute, 1982-1983; Senior Trial Counsel, Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities, 1976-1979; and Trail Attorney, Massachusetts Defenders Committee, 1973-1975. Mr. Keegan is a proud double-eagle, 1970 vintage/Boston College and Boston College Law School Representative Cases NSTAR Electric Company v. Department of Public Utilities, 462 Mass. 381, 2011 Fitchburg Gas and Electric Light Company d/b/a Unitil, 460 Mass. 800, 2011 Southern Union company d/b/a New England Gas Company v. Department of Public Utilities, 458 Mass. 812, 2010 Published Works A Market-Based Approach to PURPA (Co-Author with Paul Levy) American Bar Association Natural Resources and Environment, (Spring, 1987) Institutional Obstacles to ISDN Development International Council for Computer Communications, (September, 1987) Competitive Bidding: The New England Experience Public Utilities Papers, (1987) Options for Modifying Rate Base Regulation (Co-Author with Paul Levy) Public Utilities Papers, (1986) Memberships & Associations Subcommittee, Relations with the Federal Energy Regulation Committee, National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, 1987-1988 Member, Gas Committee, National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners,1985-1988 Member, Advisory Council, Gas Research Institute, 1985-1988 Education Boston College Law School, Boston, Massachusetts, J.D., 1973 Awards: Recipient, John F. Cremens Award, 1941 Student President, Boston College Legal Assistance Bureau, 1972-1973 Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, B.S. Finance, cum laude, 1968

  • Anna Rendell-Baker | Keegan Werlin LLP

    Administrative & Energy Law; Public Utilities Anna Rendell-Baker joined Keegan Werlin as an associate in September of 2022. Anna Rendell-Baker Boston Office Phone: 617-951-1400 Fax: 617-951-1354 Email: arendell-baker@keeganwerlin.com ● Administrative Law ● Energy Law ● Public Utilities Bar Admissions Connecticut Ms. Rendell-Baker received her Juris Doctor from University of Connecticut School of Law. Following her first year of law school, she interned with the Connecticut Urban Legal Initiative, helping to provide legal aid to the local communities in Hartford County. During her second year, she interned with the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, primarily aiding the energy law attorneys in researching and attending rate cases. During her third year, she interned with Eversource primarily working with regulatory issues such as the transition to renewable energy and rate cases. She then interned for Day Pitney, assisting in research on EV policy and the transition from natural gas. Education Champlain College, Burlington, Vermont, B.S. May 2017 University of Connecticut School of Law, Hartford, Connecticut, J.D., May 2022

  • David S. Rosenzweig | Keegan Werlin LLP

    Energy, Contract, Regulatory, & Administrative Law David S. Rosenzweig is Executive Partner at Keegan Werlin LLP and Chair of the Firm’s Energy Siting & Permitting Practice, representing clients before state regulatory agencies, local permitting authorities and the Massachusetts courts. He advises a wide array of electric and gas companies, energy project developers and end users on issues concerning the siting, permitting and licensing of energy facilities, rates, planning, energy procurement and transmission arrangements. David S. Rosenzweig Boston Office Phone: 617-951-1400 Fax: 617-951-1354 Email: drosen@keeganwerlin.com ● Administrative Law ● Energy Law ● Regulatory Law ● Contract Law Bar Admissions U.S. Court of Appeals D.C. Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals First Circuit U.S. District Court District of MA U.S. Supreme Court Massachusetts New Hampshire Mr. Rosenzweig’s siting expertise includes: electric transmission lines (underground, aboveground and underwater); natural gas, oil and coal-fired electric generating facilities; interstate and intrastate natural gas pipelines; natural gas storage facilities; and solar, wind and battery storage renewable energy facilities. He represented the region's first large-scale, offshore wind power project in obtaining its state and local permits, licenses and siting approvals for energy infrastructure facilities from the Energy Facilities Siting Board, the Executive Office of Environmental Affairs pursuant to the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act, the Department of Environmental Protection and various other state and local agencies, boards and governmental authorities. ​ He has also represented utility companies and project developers in judicial proceedings in state and federal courts, including the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, regarding challenges to permits and approvals initiated by project opponents. Mr. Rosenzweig has also represented the region's electric and natural gas distribution companies on all regulatory matters before the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities. He has negotiated electric and gas supply agreements for large institutional energy users and power sale agreements for wholesale electric generators. He has advised clients in restructurings, buydowns and buyouts of power sale agreements between competitive wholesale generators and electric distribution companies. In addition, he has counseled clients on transmission, power delivery and project interconnection issues concerning the New England Power Pool and the New England Independent System Operator. Mr. Rosenzweig has also performed regulatory and permitting due diligence reviews for asset acquisitions of natural gas, oil and coal-fired electric generating facilities. Before joining the firm in 1990, Mr. Rosenzweig worked at Boston Edison Company for seven years in a variety of legal, financial, rate and planning areas. Education Suffolk University Law School, Boston, Massachusetts, J.D., cum laude, 1988 ​ Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York, M.B.A., 1982 ​ Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York, B.S. Management, 1981 Recognitions "The Best Lawyers In America" 2007 - 2022 Associations Boston Bar Association ​ Massachusetts Bar Association

  • Cheryl A. Blaine | Keegan Werlin LLP

    Energy, Environmental, Administrative, Municipal; Land Use & Zoning Cheryl A. Blaine is a partner at Keegan Werlin LLP and has been a member of the Firm’s Energy Facilities Siting & Permitting Practice and the Environmental, Municipal and Land Use Practice since 1997. Cheryl A. Blaine Boston Office Phone: 617-951-1400 Fax: 617-951-1354 Email: cblaine@keeganwerlin.com ● Environmental Law ● Energy Law ● Administrative Law ● Land Use & Zoning ● Municipal Law Bar Admissions Massachusetts U.S. District Court District of MA Ms. Blaine’s practice includes representation of energy and utility clients before the Department of Public Utilities and the Energy Facilities Siting Board in permitting energy facilities including natural gas generating and peaking facilities, renewable energy projects, natural gas pipelines, electric transmission lines, substations, and ancillary equipment. She also has assisted individuals, corporations and municipalities in project development and has significant experience in land use and environmental permitting, real estate transactions involving contaminated properties, and litigation, adjudication, negotiation, enforcement, and defense involving environmental and land use issues. Ms. Blaine received her Juris Doctor, cum laude, from Suffolk University Law School in 1993 and completed her Bachelor of Science degree from Northeastern University in 1981. Before attending law school, Ms. Blaine was an analytical chemist and environmental consultant providing technical and quality-control/quality-assurance support to the United States Environmental Protection Agency in connection with New England Superfund Sites. Ms. Blaine is admitted to practice before the bars of Massachusetts and the United States District Court. She is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association's Property Law and Public Law sections, the Real Estate Bar Association and the Women's Bar Association. Ms. Blaine has co-authored the following articles: “Alteration of Nonconforming Structures and Uses Under the Zoning Act: Is there a Difference Between Lawful and Unlawful?” co-author with Barry P. Fogel and H. Theodore Cohen, Massachusetts Bar Association Section Review, summer 2002. “Standing in Wetland Appeals: How Recent Developments Alter the Right to Challenge State and Local Decisions” co-author with Barry P. Fogel, Massachusetts Bar Association Section Review, fall 2005. Memberships and Associations Massachusetts Bar Association Massachusetts Real Estate Bar Association Massachusetts Women's Bar Association Education Suffolk University Law School, Boston, Massachusetts, J.D., cum laude, 1993 ​ Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, B.S. Biology, 1981

  • Brian Golden | Keegan Werlin LLP | Real Estate Development & Permitting

    Real Estate Development & Permitting Brian Golden serves as Partner and Chair of the Real Estate Development & Permitting practice. Brian Golden Boston Office Phone: 617-951-1400 Fax: 617-951-1354 Email: bgolden@keeganwerlin.com ● Real Estate Development & Permitting Practice Bar Admissions Massachusetts Brian Golden served for more than eight years as Director of the Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA), managing the largest building boom in Boston’s history, while ushering in policy and public process reforms to improve the lives of Bostonians. As the longest serving chief executive in the agency’s history, he focused on improving transparency, accountability, and community engagement, while increasing affordable housing, economic development, and climate resiliency across Boston’s neighborhoods. Golden led an intensive operational reform effort over multiple years and rebranded the agency from the former Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) to the Boston Planning & Development Agency to better reflect the agency’s mission. ​ During his tenure, Golden guided more than 90 million square feet of development approvals through the BPDA’s permitting process, representing approximately $43 billion of investment, and supporting over 80,000 permanent jobs, over 90,000 construction jobs, and 46,000 additional induced (indirect) jobs. Golden grew the BPDA’s planning capacity, overseeing completion of the first general city plan since 1965, Imagine Boston 2030, in addition to comprehensive neighborhood planning studies representing 30 percent of Boston’s land mass. As Director, Golden oversaw 20 million square feet of BPDA-owned property, including the Raymond L. Flynn Marine Park (RLFMP) and the Charlestown Navy Yard (CNY), prioritizing public land for public good. ​ In July 2022, Golden traveled to Singapore to accept an international planning award on behalf of the City of Boston. The 2020 Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize honored Boston with a Special Mention based on the city’s holistic work on climate resilience, improving housing affordability and mobility options, and fostering civic participation. Boston was the only city in the United States honored in the 2020 prize cycle, and one of only four cities honored worldwide. ​ An attorney since 1993, Golden is a former member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, where he served the Allston-Brighton neighborhood of Boston. He was also the New England Regional Director at the US Department of Health and Human Services, a Commissioner at the Massachusetts Department of Telecommunications and Energy, and a Non-Executive Director at the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston. Golden has served as a US Army officer, active duty and reserve, for more than 25 years. His military experience includes duty in Bosnia, Iraq, and Israel/West Bank. His military awards include the Bronze Star Medal for service in Iraq and the Defense Meritorious Service Medal for service in Jerusalem and the West Bank. Education College of William and Mary, School of Law, JD, 1992 ​ U.S. Army War College, Master's Degree, Strategic Studies, 2014 ​ Harvard College, Bachelor of Arts, Government, 1987

  • Governmental & Legislative Relations | Keegan Werlin LLP

    Governmental & Legislative Relations Overview Keegan Werlin provides a wide range of advocacy services to clients in legislative, state and municipal agency matters. Our attorneys advise clients on Massachusetts laws that regulate business and industry; lobbying, ethics, and campaign finance; government procurement; and the promulgation of regulations. Keegan Werlin possesses extensive experience representing clients in diverse projects requiring federal, state and local representation and advocacy. Our attorneys’ experiences working with members of the Massachusetts Legislature and serving in the Commonwealth’s executive branch has allowed our governmental relations professionals to develop key contacts throughout Massachusetts. State and Legislative Advocacy Keegan Werlin’s legislative practice is tailored to meet the particular needs of the individual client. Among the attorneys at the firm, two attorneys are registered lobbyists with significant experience advocating on behalf of client interests in advancing ideas, goals and objectives into legislation. Additionally, our attorneys assist clients with developing outreach plans to achieve success before various state agencies as they propose regulatory actions that affect their interests. As legislative advocates, Keegan Werlin works with our clients to develop and implement strategic plans to influence legislative initiatives of interest to a particular client. We coordinate outreach to key legislators, organizations and associations to secure a broad base of support. Our legislative tracking and monitoring services can also provide clients with invaluable “eyes and ears” at the State House. Municipal Advocacy At the local level, KW’s attorneys have extensive knowledge from working with municipal officials on project-related issues and local permitting. Skilled in all facets of municipal representation, KW’s attorneys have appeared before more than 50 communities across the Commonwealth on a wide range of client issues.

  • Kerri A. Gowaski | Keegan Werlin LLP

    Energy Law & Public Utilities Kerri A. Gowaski is an associate in Keegan Werlin LLP’s energy regulatory practice, specializing in energy, regulatory and public utility law. Kerri A. Gowaski Boston Office Phone: 617-951-1400 Fax: 617-951-1354 Email: kgowaski@keeganwerlin.com ● Energy Law ● Public Utilities Bar Admissions Massachusetts Mrs. Gowaski’s representation of utilities before the Department of Public Utilities includes advocacy on issues related to distribution rates, system reliability, and grid modernization. Prior to joining the firm in 2017, Mrs. Gowaski worked as a law clerk in a small general practice firm assisting in the representation of clients in both family and criminal law proceedings. Mrs. Gowaski received her Juris Doctor from Suffolk University Law School. During her second year of law school, she worked as a summer intern for Natural Justice, a non-government organization in South Africa, advocating for the environmental rights of indigenous peoples. In her third year of law school, she interned with the Norfolk County District Attorney’s Office as a student prosecutor, appearing on behalf of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in various criminal law proceedings. Mrs. Gowaski received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Philosophy from Saint Michael’s College in Colchester, Vermont. Education Saint Michael's College, Colchester, Vermont, B.A., 2013 Suffolk University Law School, Boston, Massachusetts, J.D., 2016

  • Practice Areas | Keegan Werlin LLP | Energy, Regulatory, Environmental, Real Estate

    Practice Areas Energy & Regulatory Law Keegan Werlin’s energy and regulatory team has unparalleled experience dealing with complex energy and regulatory issues. The firm combines regulatory expertise with a thorough understanding of the financial, policy and strategic issues emerging in client industries to provide cost-effective and successful representation of client interests. Members of the practice have extensive backgrounds in regulation and government, including former chairs and commissioners of the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities, two former general counsels, as well as several former hearing officers. Other attorneys in the firm have worked as in-house counsel to large utility companies, as consumer advocates and as staff to members of the Massachusetts Legislature. The diversity of experience among Keegan Werlin attorneys enables high-quality service to a broad array of clients in the regulatory and energy fields. View More Energy Facilities Siting & Permitting Keegan Werlin's energy facility siting and permitting team has multi-faceted expertise and experience with the siting of critical energy infrastructure. The energy siting and permitting team has many years of experience and substantial knowledge of the engineering, planning, financial, economic, environmental and social justice dimensions of large-scale energy infrastructure projects. With this knowledge, Keegan Werlin is able to assist clients in achieving their objectives on a timely and cost-effective basis, with the best possible outcomes. View More Keegan Werlin's real estate development & permitting practice provides expert land use, planning and permitting services to support real estate developers, municipalities and other clients. Members of the practice have unparalleled experience in real estate, urban planning and permitting matters through public sector experience with the Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) and the City of Boston. View More Real Estate Development & Permitting Governmental & Legislative Relations Keegan Werlin provides a wide range of advocacy services to clients for matters involving legislative and local, state and municipal forums. Our attorneys advise clients on Massachusetts laws that regulate business and industry; lobbying, ethics and campaign finance, government procurement and the promulgation of regulations. View More Environmental, Municipal, & Land Use Keegan Werlin provides clients with the highest quality legal representation and services in the area of environmental, municipal and land-use law. These practice areas provide valuable support to resolve challenges in energy infrastructure siting and real estate development and planning. In addition to corporations of all sizes, sole proprietorships and individuals, our clients include boards and departments of municipal corporations as they plan and construct critical infrastructure and public and private development projects. View More

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