Partner, Head of Office, Hong Kong
The successful delivery of global mega infrastructure projects will increasingly depend on bringing businesses with different skills and capabilities together through collaborative Joint Ventures.
Joint Ventures – Delivering Global Mega Infrastructure Projects is a comprehensive guide that examines a wide range of Key Considerations and Critical Success Factors in the formation and ongoing operation of Joint Ventures.
Shaped by the deep knowledge of almost 70 Pinsent Masons lawyers and infrastructure experts from Australia, Greater China, Asia, Africa, Middle East, Europe and the UK, together with the insights of over 100 clients, Joint Ventures – Delivering Global Mega Infrastructure Projects is the definitive guide.
The continued integration of technology and infrastructure means that the JVs we see in the years ahead for the delivery of complex global mega infrastructure projects will not necessarily be of the type we commonly see today.
New alliance and enterprise-based models will challenge tried and tested JV models to tackle complex and innovative global mega infrastructure projects. Participants must think longer and harder about the reasons they are collaborating to ensure that JVs meet new challenges.
Joint Ventures - Delivering Global Mega Infrastructure Projects is a guide presented across 10 modules which can be read individually or as part of the coordinated guide. Also included are Industry Perspectives where learning may be useful in considering how the Automotive and Oil and Gas industries have used JVs.
These modules are:
Joint ventures across the infrastructure sector are too often developed around the capacity to deliver programs and projects rather than on developing a coalition of the best capabilities to deliver efficiently and effectively over the longer-term
James Stewart OBE - Vice Chair, KPMG in the UK
Urbanisation is driving significant challenges for cities globally, resulting in the need to bring the best skills together to work collaboratively and in JV to develop and deliver the best outcomes to improve people’s lives
Dr. Anne Kerr - Global Head of Cities and Managing Director, Greater China, Mott MacDonald
The infrastructure sector will experience massive and exciting change through continued globalisation and the integration of technology into almost every aspect of infrastructure
Vincent Connor - Partner, Head of Office, Hong Kong
Construction output is set to grow to $15.5 trillion by 2030, up from $11.5 trillion today
Graham Robinson - Global Business Consultant, Pinsent Masons and Global Construction Economist
Borja is in the Madrid Corporate team, and has extensive local and international experience in M&A, private equity, as well as in general company law and governance matters on a variety of industries and sectors such as renewable energy, infrastructure, and Advanced Manufacturing ＆ Technology.
Partner, Head of Middle East
Catherine is a member of the firm's global Board, and specialises in advising public and private sector organisations around the world on PFI and PPP transactions.
Rechtsanwalt, Legal Director
Christoph’s practice is focused on engineering & construction, especially in top scale projects.
Partner, Co-head of International Arbitration
Dean is a leading arbitration and mediation specialist representing parties in disputes arising out of major infrastructure and energy projects across Asia Pacific and the Middle East.
Helen's specialises in construction, infrastructure and energy projects and she has extensive international experience having worked in Pinsent Masons' London and Singapore offices.
Pierre is specialised in domestic and cross border M&A. He benefits from a wide range of experience and knowledge of market practices on French M&A market, and is recognised for his flexibility and deal maker approach.
Richard is responsible for taking our full infrastructure asset life cycle offering to our clients. He is experienced in all forms of dispute resolution – adjudication, mediation, arbitration and High Court Litigation. He is familiar with the forms of contract commonly used in the Sector. He also also heads our Africa Group, with a focus on Infrastructure and Energy sectors.
Rob specialises in non-contentious construction matters with a focus on Africa and has extensive experience on complex energy and infrastructure projects. He is recognised for his (i) solution driven approach, (ii) strong FIDIC and NEC credentials and (iii) understanding and practical application of procurement and project execution strategies.