Projects

We are Stibbe Projects specialists

Our team has the experience to support and advise clients regarding every facet and stage of complex projects.

Projects

Acting on behalf clients ranging from governments to bidding consortia, our project and infrastructure specialists advise on some of the most significant and complex domestic and international deals.

We provide our clients specialisms in many areas of law. These include construction law, environment and planning, public procurement, finance, competition, tax, property transactions and more.

By covering all these areas, our lawyers are well positioned to support and advise every facet and stage of complex projects. As such, we are involved in almost all PPP/PFI projects of any significance in the Benelux. In many instances, we have developed, and successfully implemented, innovative solutions e.g. in the field of procurement and financing.

Furthermore, we have developed a leading project finance practice, advising public authorities, sponsors and lenders on the best approach to raising project finance and closing complex voluminous projects. In this area we focus on renewable energy, power, accommodation, public infrastructure and transport.

Our multidisciplinary team provides an integrated and hands-on approach to every project they handle, regardless of its complexity.

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Experience

Market recognition

Who's Who Legal Awards 2018

Belgium Law Firm of the Year

Clients enthuse that the team "delivers top-notch, accurate and innovative work within the deadlines."

Chambers Europe 2018, Public Law: Environment chapter
Chambers Award 2018

Netherlands Law Firm of the Year

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