Gideon Gradman

Gideon Gradman

Baker Tilly Capital, LLC Vice President · +1 (215) 972 2422
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Gideon Gradman, managing director with Baker Tilly Capital, LLC, joined the firm in 2019. Gideon has more than 16 years of management and advisory experience in the oil and gas, chemicals, electric power and waste management sectors. Gideon advises asset owners, developers and investors on developing energy infrastructure and industrial assets from deal origination, to real estate site acquisitions and divestitures, to feedstock supply, and transportation strategy, with a particular focus on oil and natural gas-related industries. He also advises universities, municipalities and regional government agencies on economic development strategies. He focuses on serving clients in the firm’s transactions group through strategic advisory services.

  • Advises clients on site selection, real estate assessment and development of energy infrastructure facilities (e.g., midstream assets, terminals, power plants, fuel facilities)
  • Advises clients on industrial real estate development, feedstock supply, transportation strategy and stakeholder engagement for developing energy-intensive facilities
  • Provides corporate strategy advice for clients seeking to expand their business, particularly in the energy industry
  • Provides due diligence and analysis to mergers and acquisitions clients
  • Advises cities, regional government agencies and chambers of commerce on economic development strategies for business attraction and retention
  • Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, Greater Philadelphia Energy Action Team
  • Industrial Asset Management Council, Fellow and Member
  • Frequent speaker at energy, chemical and manufacturing industry conferences  

Location

Pennsylvania

Education

University of Chicago, Booth School of Business

Master of Business Administration

University of Chicago, Irving B. Harris School of Public Policy Studies

Master of Public Policy

Washington University (St. Louis, Missouri)

Bachelor of Arts in economics

Bachelor of Science in applied science