Peter Luchetti, Partner
Peter Luchetti serves as TRC’s Managing Partner. Most recently, Luchetti led Table Rock in structuring, financing, negotiating and closing the 30-year Rialto Water & Wastewater Concession, a breakthrough in California infrastructure delivery. Table Rock remains a joint owner of the Concessionaire, Rialto Water Services, together with an affiliate of the labor-owned financial services company, Ullico. Luchetti’s experience includes advisory and capital-raising roles covering a wide range of transactions in the transportation, social infrastructure, water & waste, energy, and communications sectors. Prior to forming TRC, Luchetti was Managing Director and Global Head of Project & Structured Finance for Bank of America. In this role he was responsible for a 140-person team transacting in 32 countries on the origination and execution of project and structured finance advisory, and capital-raising activities. Prior to assuming leadership of the Project & Structured Finance Group, Luchetti started and ran Bank of America’s first distressed loan trading desk and also worked for J. Aron Goldman Sachs
Megan Matson, Partner
As a partner at Table Rock, Megan was instrumental in bringing the $172 MM water and wastewater public-private partnership in Rialto, California to financial close, including the capital raise, investor due diligence, all reports production, public partner management, and other conditions precedent. Megan is now a lead on both the ongoing asset management front for the Rialto concession, and for Table Rock’s 100-City tour to next screened cities positioned to benefit the model. Previous to Table Rock, Megan helped the Marin Energy Authority CCA launch against heavy political opposition; led in the defeat of IOU challenges to the model in both the regulatory and statewide ballot initiative arenas; then cofounded LEAN Energy, an organization furthering the national development of CCA (community choice energy aggregation). Megan previously formed and led a 50,000 member 50-state political action committee. There she led national, state and local grassroots organizing on a range of initiatives, including voter registration innovations in 17 states proven in a Yale study to be 3.8x as effective as conventional; successful election litigations in Florida and California; state-by-state legislation drafting and roll-out; and community education and organizing for policy change at both state and local levels. Megan would describe Table Rock as “private equity on a mission,” and sees private capital and expertise as critical to the country’s infrastructure, jobs and middle class recovery, and climate adaptation. She is committed to resolving some of the hardest issues faced by local government through creative and transparent public-private infrastructure. Megan received her B.A. from Yale University.
Todd Brown, General Manager of Rialto Water Services (RWS), LLC
Todd Brown is responsible for asset management of the Rialto Water and Wastewater Concession, including compliance with the terms and conditions of the Concession Agreement and administration of the service contract with the Concession’s operator, Veolia North America. He reports to the Board of Directors of RWS LLC and works closely with the leadership and staff of Veolia and the City of Rialto. Todd has over 20 years of water utility management experience. Prior to joining TRC, he held positions responsible for operations and maintenance, capital program management, business unit operational and financial performance, enterprise asset management information system implementation, and contract services administration with the investor-owned water and wastewater utility American Water. Todd holds a BS from the US Naval Academy.
Will Hewes, Director
Will Hewes participates in all aspects of Table Rock Capital’s work including business development, due diligence, financial modeling, and community engagement. His main interest lies in creating new models for financing water infrastructure investment and developing innovative, adaptable approaches to water supply and quality challenges. Will has worked on water infrastructure and water management for the past decade. He spent five years in the non-profit sector working on U.S. water policy leading numerous legislative campaigns, consulting with state governments on water resources planning, and overseeing research projects. He worked extensively with federal agencies and Congress on a range of initiatives designed to finance critical infrastructure systems and develop innovative and adaptive water and wastewater systems. Will holds an MBA from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley and a BA in International Relations from Brown University.