John CrewJohn N. Crew is the founder and President of Public Werks, Inc. and is also the majority owner and serves as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of TTC. Since 1991, when TTC was formed, Mr. Crew has maintained its corporate existence. He has been a limited partner of Republic Holdings Texas I and II, L.P., a Certified Capital Company, and a member of its investment committee. Over the past ten years, Mr. Crew has been pursuing his infrastructure development strategy and cultivating relationships crucial to the success of those projects. He began his investment banking career in 1979 in the Public Finance division of First Southwest Company in Dallas, Texas. In 1983, he joined the Public Finance division of Dillon, Read & Co. Inc., one of the nation’s leading investment banking firms. He was named Managing Director and a member of the Board of Directors in 1991, and held those positions until 1997, the year when the company was sold. Mr. Crew has over 37 years of experience in investment banking and has originated and managed over $8.0 billion of numerous large infrastructure financings while at Dillon Read. He has raised approximately $50.0 million in public-private partnership ventures. Mr. Crew is an appointed board member of the Texas Agricultural Finance Authority, a component unit of the Texas Department of Agriculture and the State of Texas. Mr. Crew, having attended the University of Texas and Lamar University, has an undergraduate and graduate degree from Texas A&M University.


AlanAlan D. Friedman is owner of Trisept, Inc. and a shareholder and Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of TTC. Mr. Friedman has more than 38 years of development and investment experience as a principal and operating partner. He has developed, financed, marketed, managed and acquired over $3.0 billion of commercial, mixed use and lifestyle properties. Since 1990, Mr. Friedman has owned an advisory company, Trisept, Inc., through which he acquired, financed, developed and managed commercial and recreational properties for his own account and selected clients. Some of his partners have included Metropolitan Life, Equitable, Rainwater, Inc. and Crescent Real Estate Equities, where he provided acquisition services from 1990-1998 and served as President of Acquisition, Development and Private Equity from 1998-2001. From 1980 to 1990, Mr. Friedman was an operating partner at Lincoln Property and had direct responsibility for developing, financing, marketing and managing more than three million square feet of projects in Dallas/Fort Worth. Mr. Friedman holds a BA in Finance from the University of Texas at Austin and has served as President and Board Member and Foundation Trustee of the Salesmanship Club of Dallas, Board Member of the North Texas NAIOP, ULI member, Trustee for the Incarnation Foundation, Trustee for Texas Christian University, Trustee for the Mary Potishman Lard Trust, Trustee for Southwestern Medical Foundation, Trustee for Baylor Scott and White Medical Foundation and Board Member of the Salvation Army-DFW Command.


PiyushMishraPiyush Mishra is an infrastructure investment banker with 22 years of project finance, mergers and acquisitions, and infrastructure development experience in USA, Europe and Asia. Mr. Mishra has structured investments in transportation (airports, highways, ports and rail), oil and gas, mining and other core sector, non-recourse finance deals. In past 10 years he has closed more than $3.0 billion in M&A transactions, project finance and P3 concession deals. Piyush started his career in a Project Finance bank (GSFC) in India in 1997 and joined KPMG Corporate Finance and PWC in India. In 2003, Piyush joined KPMG CF in London and moved to KPMG CF USA in 2006 on a long term international secondment. He recently joined Public Werks to bring in the financing and development experience related to infrastructure projects. Piyush is registered FINRA 67 and 23 license holder. He completed his MBA (specialization in Finance) from Symbiosys College, India in 1997 and has a Bachelor of Science from Panjab University, Chandigarh, India.


ScottYoungScott Young brings over 30 years of senior level management experience including managing complex capital projects and direct supervisory experience managing department directors. He has over 25 years of transportation engineering experience including schematic development, roadway design, right of way, and environmental studies. His legal experience includes general litigation, right of way acquisition, condemnation, and contractual and agreement development. Mr. Young’s professional experience is highlighted by using his knowledge of various forms of governmental funding along with his knowledge and experience in the transportation field to identify and develop new innovative finance programs throughout the state that developed innovative project delivery approaches and solutions for programs. During his years as an Assistant City Manager, he had direct oversight of significant capital improvement programs that included major facilities such as Frisco City Hall, Frisco Police Headquarters, Frisco Public Works Facility, Rough Rider Baseball Stadium, FC Dallas Soccer Complex, Dallas North Tollway Extension, and numerous other road and infrastructure projects. Mr. Young has an undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University in Civil Engineering and is a registered Professional Engineer. He is also a licensed attorney and received his law degree from Texas A&M University.

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