PFI and projects
If you are procuring, bidding for or funding a PFI project or a public-private partnership you need to get through the process to a successful close as quickly as possible. The contract documentation must be user-friendly and work for your benefit for the life of the project.
We are recognised as one of the UK’s most highly regarded projects practices.
We are committed to helping you close successful projects through:
- Our multi-disciplinary approach: our team includes, in one open-plan environment, specialists in every relevant discipline
- Expert project management to ensure deadlines are met
- Focusing on key issues so you do not get ‘bogged down’ by detail, which we will manage for you
- Outstanding client service: we have a reputation for commerciality and driving projects forward
- Understanding the sectors in which we operate
- We have particular strengths in waste, defence, health, education, student accommodation, detention and local authority projects.
Our dedicated projects team of 14 lawyers advises the public sector, bidders and funders on project structuring and the procurement process (including competitive dialogue) through to financial close and operation. We are based in one open-plan office that facilitates great teamwork on your project.
Our team is highly rated by Chambers and Legal 500. We act for household names such as the Ministry of Defence, the Aviva Group, many NHS trusts and universities and active bidders in a range of sectors such as waste, Building Schools for the Future (BSF), NHS LIFT, detention and local authority sectors.
This material has been sourced from the Mills & Reeve website. Please go to http://www.mills-reeve.com for more details.
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