Construction and Infrastructure projects in the Middle East are predicted to sustain the economic growth of the region over the next decade. As emerging markets a decade ago, the regional economic hubs are recognising a need for updated construction and infrastructure services such as transport,(roads and rail) water and wastewater and energy. Most notably we will see Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar invest heavily in such projects in 2012 and grow in momentum over the next two decades.
Our experience, gained from working on many of the region’s largest projects, means we are ideally placed to provide our clients with cutting edge legal and commercial advice within this booming sector. We have acted for project companies and sponsors, government and private utility providers, developers, contractors and sub-contractors, consultants, financiers and suppliers.
We offer end to end legal expertise from procurement, contracting and delivery, to dispute avoidance and resolution. Working closely with our clients we seek to provide legal advice with a practical focus, and with the aim of delivering, the best commercial solution for our clients, while our knowledge and ease with the local jurisdictions combined with our sector experience goes towards guiding our clients through the most challenging of legal environments.
Always with an eye on our clients’ commercial objectives, we offer a comprehensive knowledge of legal principles underpinning infrastructure and construction projects in the region, whether for utilities, energy, water, transport (road, rail, or airports) residential, mixed-use developments or hospitality and leisure.