The Eversheds infrastructure group comprises in excess of 150 lawyers across our international offices.
Given the breadth of the infrastructure sector, our team offers: experts from across projects, banking, finance, real estate, construction, planning and environmental, tax and regulatory; sector knowledge specialists on transport (including rail, roads, ports and airports), health, energy (including solar, wind and biomass, traditional generation and nuclear), mining, water, telecommunications, education, housing, waste, custody centres, defence and sports; and lawyers located across Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Africa.
We advise all levels of the supply chain, including project companies, banks, governments and sponsors.
Our infrastructure practice is balanced between work for the private sector and for governments and their agencies. This approach has enabled us to give the very best advice to our clients.
We have a deep understanding of how the public sector thinks. Indeed, we spend a good deal of our time evaluating bids on behalf of governments. This means that when we are on the bid side, we can use this experience to help our clients shape their bid strategy.
This material has been sourced from the Eversheds website.
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