In his role as Vice Chancellor, Dan led the launch of the Merced 2020 Project. The project opens a new chapter for infrastructure management in American public higher education through a performance-based, public-private partnership. The $1.3 billion project extends the first phase of campus onto a greenfield site and provides 1.2 million square feet of sustainable infrastructure, academic, housing and student life facilities. The university reached financial close in August 2016. The first facilities are scheduled to open 2018 with substantial completion in 2020. The project has been named as the 2016 Americas P3 Deal of the Year by Project Finance International. In addition, Vice Chancellor Feitelberg was named P3 Bulletin’s 2016 Individual Contributor of the Year.
With thirteen years of investment banking experience, Daniel has also helped raise debt capital for state and local governments in the taxable and tax-exempt capital markets. Mr. Feitelberg’s experience includes projects for transportation, energy, water, education and healthcare enterprises, as well as capital projects and operational funding for state and local governments through the financial crisis.