Over the past two decades, Keenan Development Associates, LLC, through its principals John S. Hill, Michael E. Penland and J. Lyles Glenn, has emerged as a national leader for public sector design/build/finance developments.
The firm's remarkable record of success rests on Keenan Development's:
With more than $1 billion in completed public/private projects, Keenan Development has successfully presented more than four million square feet of new developments across the United States, developments as diverse in nature as they are in geography. Click here to view our Portfolio
Insight to assemble uniquely qualified development teams
Keenan Development views each project as unique, employing careful scrutiny when choosing the disciplines, professionals, and team members to satisfy the client's specific needs. Throughout its history, Keenan Development has partnered with numerous general contracting, design, engineering, finance, and community relations firms to present uniquely assembled development teams best suited for each project.
Creative transaction structuring and financing solutions
Keenan Development specializes in public/private and alternatively financed projects, particularly those requiring creative project finance and transaction structuring solutions. The financing solutions created by Keenan Development often garner considerable interests within the financial community, such that significant value and savings are achieved for our clients. Whether clients needed access to the capital markets, to identify and generate vital revenue streams, to minimize taxes and employ PILOT or fee-in-lieu strategies, or to manage effective lease arrangements, Keenan Development has presented solutions that made the difference between projects envisioned and projects realized.
Unique understanding of federal requirements and Enhanced Use Leasing authority
Keenan Development has enjoyed significant success for its clients in offering development solutions for federal agencies and installations. Its thorough understanding of the federal government's Enhanced Use Leasing authority, and the Office of Management and Budget's lease and scoring requirements, have proven key to the viability of many projects, including federal headquarters, research, energy, housing and other facilities across the country.