Construction & Infrastructure

In search for better existence and positive change, Governments and People have accepted the role of Construction and Infrastructure in the realization of Development. This has resulted in the award and execution of several Public Private Partnerships. From industrial and commercial developments to highway extensions, telecommunications, health facilities, educational institutions, power generation and distribution projects, oil and gas, mining projects to the broad energy sector, aviation, waste management and railways, this dynamic and ever-expanding industry requires a combination of varied legal expertise, industry knowledge, and a law firm that is national in scope.

At Black Rex Partners, we provide this combination with expertise encompassing all elements of construction and infrastructure development, locally and nationally, as well as assisting clients with cross-border or international agreements. We advise on project development, contracting strategy, alliance agreements, awarding of contracts, health and safety programs and private-public partnerships, as well as developing contracts for all types of construction and procurement methods.

We also provide advice and representation on risk assessment, conflicts avoidance, claims management and dispute resolution, and we litigate unresolved claims before the Courts and before arbitration tribunals, including before international arbitration boards.

Our clients include public and private owners, developers, builders, professional engineers and architects, general and specialized contractors, subcontractors, industrial equipment manufacturers, material suppliers, financial institutions, sureties and other players in this field. Our lawyers act for clients involved in large industrial or energy projects, in infrastructure works and in construction projects for the institutional sector, in mixed-use or commercial developments and in multi-residential projects. We ensure Client’s compliance with the environmental impact assessment (EIA) process.