Developing complex, large-scale projects requires innovative funding sources.

Our sophisticated team regularly works with our project clients to buy and sell companies and assets, to develop creative financing options, and to complete complex joint ventures. We represent owners, borrowers, buyers and sellers and we develop structural and financing options with hedge, swap, and equity investors and other project stakeholders that allow clients to enter into and execute strategic transactions.


  • Commercial bank financing
  • Construction and term debt financing
  • Equity financings
  • Financial swaps and hedges (ISDA)
  • Leveraged financing
  • Public-Private partnerships
  • Private placements
  • Project bonds
  • Single-project and portfolio lending
  • Tax credit monetization

Strategic Transactions

  • Auction Processes
  • Acquisition and Divestiture Transactions
  • Entity Selection and Formation
  • Joint Venture Agreements
  • Master Limited Partnerships
  • Partnering and Joint Ventures
  • Tax Review and Considerations
BTI's Law Firms with the Best Collaboration

One of nine firms nationwide named in 2017 by leading legal decision makers for “standout collaboration”

Named Among Top Women in Colorado Energy

Recognized as "Top Women in Energy" by the Denver Business Journal, leading Denver's energy industry,
Ashley Wald: 2020
Rochelle Rabeler: 2019
Abby Briggerman: 2018
Billi McCullough: 2016

Ranked in Chambers Global 2018

Recognized by Chambers Global 2018: Projects: Renewables & Alternative Energy - USA

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