Inside Construction and Infra is Herbert Smith Freehills' magazine for those involved in designing, procuring, building, owning or operating fixed assets.
The world in which we operate is changing rapidly. For example, the scale and complexity of projects continues to grow, and technology increasingly impacts on workflows. Established markets are changing as uncertainty comes from events such as Brexit, and new markets are opening as sanctions against Iran are reduced. Increasingly, the market is globalised with EPC contractors working simultaneously on projects in Brazil, South Africa, Saudi Arabia and Thailand while investors build, own and operate assets in every continent. Sustainability is ever more important, and renewable energy projects are coming to the fore with clients developing wind, solar, hydro, marine and bio-fuel assets.
Against this background of change and internationalisation, there is great scope for misunderstanding (deliberate and accidental) and it is timely to launch our disputes team's first global publication specifically for the construction and infrastructure industry.
Inside Construction and Infra showcases the expertise of our leading construction and infrastructure disputes lawyers, giving our clients the benefit of their experience drawn from cases taking place around the world. The publication offers fresh perspectives on this rapidly changing industry, identifying current market trends and giving personal insights from our practitioners across the globe.
When disputes arise, our contentious team has the experience and industry knowledge that is required to achieve the optimum outcome for our clients on complex, high value and often multi-jurisdictional disputes and all types of construction claims. We hope that Inside Construction and Infra will help our clients choose lawyers who truly understand their industry and their business and with whom they can build a successful and effective relationship.
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The contents of this publication, current at the date of publication set out above, are for reference purposes only. They do not constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. Specific legal advice about your specific circumstances should always be sought separately before taking any action based on this publication.
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