Infrastructure & Projects Solicitors

Building Scotland's future

Major infrastructure projects are a crucial part of the UK economy. Whether schools or hospitals, roads or housing, the need to deliver major developments which bring investment and long-term benefits to communities around the land – and all for a reduced public purse - is fundamental to economic growth.

Our infrastructure & projects team is at the forefront of this sector and is a market leader in projects procured either through the hub initiative or under the Scottish non profit distributing model. The infrastructure & projects team also works closely with our award-winning public sector team in relation to complex, high-value and high-profile public sector procurements.

The team draws together highly experienced lawyers across all relevant practice areas to deliver a multi-disciplinary full-service offering to all our clients.

Our business ethos is one of high efficiency and giving the best value for our fees, which we can bring to bear in this competitive area to ensure our clients are able to deliver as much as they can for the funds that are available.

Click on the links to the right to find out more about our key areas of activity in the infrastructure & projects sector.

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