Using joint ventures to deliver infrastructure projects – Roadmap to recovery

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Joint Ventures Delivering Infrastructure Projects

As we emerge from the pandemic, it is evident that investment in infrastructure, is going to drive economic recovery and Joint Ventures will be the predominant approach to delivering infrastructure.

The need for effective and efficient joint ventures to deliver infrastructure projects has never been greater as economies begin to emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic. Investment in infrastructure is taking centre stage in driving economic recovery and the competitiveness of nations.

Joint ventures will remain the predominant approach to delivering infrastructure projects.

We explore how our guide Joint ventures – Delivering infrastructure projects can assist our clients and those across the infrastructure sector globally in identifying the critical success factors and key considerations in developing and operating effective and efficient joint ventures during three phases of recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.



The initial phase of recovery from Covid-19 will require the restructuring of distressed infrastructure projects and programmes. This will include dealing with claims and disputes as well as refinancing of infrastructure projects and recapitalisation of supply-chains.

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The effective development of new pipelines of infrastructure projects at a national level and the procurement of new infrastructure projects as a part of government stimulus planning will need careful structuring and capacity planning.

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Transforming productivity is essential for the effective and efficient delivery of infrastructure projects. The effective implementation of innovation and technology and the need to develop new skill sets and leadership as well as improved governance of infrastructure projects will be essential in transforming productivity.

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Meet the team

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Ian Laing

Partner, Head of Infrastructure, Head of Asia

Ian is independently recognised as a leading lawyer. He specialises in capital projects and has advised on over 50 public/ private partnerships. He has particular expertise in advising equity investors in relation to transportation, water and accommodation projects.

Laing Ian
Vincent Connor

Partner, Head of Office, Hong Kong

Vincent is a Solicitor Advocate, specialising in construction and engineering law within the Infrastructure sector. He is qualified to appear in the High Court, Court of Appeal and Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong and before the Singapore International Commercial Court (SICC). He is well known and highly rated for his advocacy skills in international arbitration, litigation, adjudication and ADR.

Connor Vincent

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