Our multi-jurisdictional team of infrastructure lawyers provide a full service for international infrastructure and major projects.
Experience and range
The team have a wide breadth of experience and have advised on a range of infrastructure projects including education, waste, energy, transport, defence, ICT, healthcare, blue light, housing and regeneration projects. We have experience of advising clients across the range of project roles – public sector, lead consortia, supply chain and senior lenders. We advise through the whole lifecycle of transactions, before and after financial close, and both in the primary and secondary markets.
Whatever the size and scope of the projects we advise on, technical excellence, understanding our clients and their markets, and adding real value to a transaction are our overriding priorities. Our advice is focused but flexible enough to cope with any issues that arise along the way. We achieve this by really knowing what matters to all relevant stakeholders, and through excellent project-management skills and dedicated client teams.
From bid, to build, to exit
We can advise on lifetime issues from bid to build to exit and we believe in the value of long-term relationships, so once the deal is complete we want to keep on working with you.
Advised Found Associates, lead designer on the redevelopment and refurbishment of the Saks department store, 5th Avenue, New York.
Foresight Solar Fund
Advised on £200m+ solar portfolio long term and acquisition debt finance facilities.
Crystal Rig II
Advised on power off-take arrangements for its 138MW wind farm.
Advising on the construction and development of a £120m energy from waste project in the UK.
Assisted in outsourcing of R&D centre and work for Alcatel Lucent
Campus Living Villages
Advised Campus Living Villages on various Student Accommodation schemes.
Advised on the implementation of parallel private placement and bond financing to finance the £85m acquisition of two significant operational student accommodation assets in the UK.
Advised on a £120m development facility to deliver a major city centre regeneration scheme.
Acted for the UK liquidators and dealing successfully at trial with a reported case on the co-operation between office-holders.
Insights: Infrastructure services
Judgment guides on a 'gap' in the telecoms regime when site providers grant a concurrent lease to a third party
Regulator calls for polluting companies and executives to be hit with stricter punishments for breaches under 'polluter must pay' approach