Peter Luchetti 200Peter Luchetti, Managing Partner

As Managing Partner of Table Rock Infrastructure Partners, Peter Luchetti is the global project finance and policy expert and lead transactor on hundreds of projects, both P3 and traditional. He led Table Rock in structuring, financing, and now managing the 30-year Rialto Water & Wastewater Public Private Partnership, a breakthrough model in public ownership/private financing and services. Luchetti also serves in the Governor-appointed role as Vice-Chair of the California Infrastructure & Economic Development Bank and as the Board’s private sector credit expert.

Previously, Luchetti was Global Head of Project & Structured Finance for Bank of America where he led a 180-person team that managed transactions in the transportation, social infrastructure, water & waste, energy, and communications sectors in 32 countries. Prior to Bank of America, Luchetti worked at J. Aron Goldman Sachs.  He also served in a pro bono capacity leading the launch financing of the Marin Energy Authority, California’s first Community Choice Aggregation(CCA), and was a board member of the Bay Area Economic Institute.

Luchetti is an alumnus of Duke University and lives with his wife Chef Emily Luchetti in Sausalito, CA.

Megan Matson 200Megan Matson, Partner

Megan Matson is a specialist in water and wastewater infrastructure needs, risk assessment, and public-private financing. She is the Lead partner on Table Rock’s nation-wide 100 City Tour assessing local water and wastewater infrastructure needs for public-private investment. Matson was also instrumental in raising the capital and implementing the first-of-its-kind water and wastewater partnership in Rialto, CA where she worked closely with ULLICO Infrastructure Fund as a major equity.

Matson is a frequent speaker at Public Private Partnership and water-related events and has a background in grassroots political organizing. She was previously a board member of the Enhanced Infrastructure Finance District alliance, Private Advisor to the Infrastructure Exchanges, an active participant in President Obama’s Build America Investment Initiative, and board member of both the Bolinas Community Land Trust for Affordable Housing and Strategic Energy Innovations. Matson also founded the MMOB (Mainstreet Moms Organize or Bust), a nationwide political action committee that led the organization and public outreach behind California’s first CCA, Marin Clean Energy. She was also Field Director for the win against a state-wide ballot against CCAs, and thus launched LEAN Energy, a national organization furthering the development of CCAs nationally.

Matson has a B.A. from Yale University and lives in Bolinas, CA with her family.

Will Hewes 200Will Hewes, Director

In his role as Director at Table Rock Infrastructure Partners, Will Hewes leads business development, financial modeling, research, partnering, and data analysis activities. Hewes developed Table Rock’s algorithm for public private partnership screening. This algorithm produces indicative results for public entities seeking preliminary indicators regarding P3 viability for their infrastructure needs. Hewes is an expert in creating new models for financing water infrastructure investment and developing innovative approaches to water supply and quality challenges.

Hewes has over a decade of experience working in water infrastructure and water management. He has worked extensively on state and federal water policy, leading legislative campaigns, consulting and working with state governments on water resource planning, and overseeing research projects. He has worked with federal agencies and congress on initiatives designed to finance critical infrastructure systems and develop adaptive water and wastewater systems.

Hewes has and MBA from the Haas School of Business and the University of California, Berkeley and a B.A. in International Relations from Brown University. He lives in San Francisco.

John Maher, CPA, CGMA

John Maher, managing principal of Maher Accountancy, provides a specialized range of CFO accounting and finance services for Table Rock’s Rialto Partnership, bridging municipal and project finance. He is a leading expert in starting and managing support for complex structured financings. Maher’s primary focus is designing and implementing processes to safeguard financial and objectives. He also provides impeccable audit and other attestation services for financial reporting, grant and other compliance requirements.

Maher serves on the Board of Marin Economic Forum and has supported California’s first CCA, Marin Energy Authority, with accounting services since its inception. He is a member of the American Institute and California Society of CPAs and is qualified as an auditor under Government Auditing Standards issued by the Comptroller General of the United States.

Maher began his career in 1978 with Arthur Young & Company (now Ernst & Young) and lives in San Rafael, CA with his wife.

Rolf Ohlemutz, Manager, Rialto Water Services

With over 40 years of experience in water, wastewater, water resource, and flood control engineering, Rolf Ohlemutz expertly manages operations and maintenance of Table Rock’s partnership, Rialto Water Services. In this role, Ohlemutz oversees capital improvements, customer service and billing, and provides collaborative trouble-shooting and solutions for the major water and wastewater system upgrade.

Ohlemutz holds a Master of Science and Doctorate of Engineering degrees from the University of California, Berkeley.