The Carlyle Global Infrastructure Buyout team invests in both public and private infrastructure projects and businesses primarily in the U.S. and Canada.
Carlyle Infrastructure Partners was established in March 2006 to make investments in both public and private infrastructure projects and businesses primarily in the United States and Canada.
CIP seeks to invest in infrastructure assets that demonstrate predictable sustainable cash flows underpinned by long-term contracts, attractive regulatory frameworks, defensive market positions or favorable supply and demand dynamics. CIP targets equity investments of $75-$150 million and prefers majority control or significant minority rights. Long-term risk adjusted returns are generated from a mix of current cash flows and capital appreciation.
- Energy: Transmission; Generation; Pipelines; Storage; District Energy
- Transport: Airports and Aviation Services; Bridges, Roads & Tunnels; Rail; Ports
- Water & Environmental Services: Water; Waste Water; Waste Management; Waste to Energy
- Social Infrastructure: Telecom Infrastructure; Parking; Hospitals, Schools & Courthouses; Mass Transit
Dedicated Infrastructure Team
The Carlyle Infrastructure team has nine professionals based in Washington, DC and New York with more than 100 years of aggregate infrastructure and transportation experience.
|James D. Anderson||Vice President||New York, NY||Infrastructure|
|Robert Dove||Managing Director||Washington, DC||Infrastructure|
|Richard Hoskins||Managing Director||Infrastructure|
|Ferris Hussein||Managing Director||Washington, DC||Energy & Power, Infrastructure|
|Bryan D. Lin||Principal||New York, NY||Infrastructure|
|Andrew Marino||Managing Director||Washington, DC||Infrastructure|
|Gregory Stamas||Senior Associate||Washington, DC||Energy & Power, Infrastructure|
|Ryan Thom||Associate||New York, NY||Infrastructure|