Partner, Head of Infrastructure, Head of Asia
With a reputation as leading advisors to the sector, and the capability to advise throughout the project lifecycle, we enable the delivery of infrastructure projects globally.
Richard Laudy discusses how technology and other trends are changing the built environment.
Our advisers act on domestic and international projects of all shapes and sizes, working with many of the leading names across this diverse sector. Browse our experience below, or use the filters to look-up recent work in particular geographies and legal disciplines.
2021 promises to be another year of fast-paced building safety reform. The Building Safety Bill is being revised to address important questions raised by Parliament and stakeholders during pre-legislative scrutiny. It will be published soon, along with details of a new tax regime to fund historic remediation costs and a number of important guidance documents about competence and the golden thread.
This session will consider practical issues for “flowing down” risks from NEC ECC and other standard forms, practical tips in relation to risk allocation and associated drafting solutions, as well as lessons learned when problems arise.
This session is intended to look at a range of relevant legal and contractual issues affecting road and rail projects in procurement, construction and operation.
In this session our EMEA experts explore how COVID-19 has impacted Construction Contract Claims across EMEA.
Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has collaborated with medical research charity LifeArc, on a new report offering expert advice, insights and practical tips to charities, researchers and funders hoping to repurpose drugs for other – often rare and fatal – conditions.
Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has advised University College London (UCL) on its debut issue of £300m 1.625% sustainability bonds due 2061 - the first publicly listed sustainability bonds in the higher education sector.
Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons has advised crew transfer vessel owner and operator Farra Marine on Ireland's first next generation wind farm service craft, the Farra Orla.