Although progress has been made generally over the last two decades to address these, requirements for construction and infrastructure development continues to grow in West Africa. As
more opportunities arise for more infrastructure development, our clients have found the increasing need for comprehensive legal advice and risk control in the projects that they undertake. Secure land rights however remain a challenge for many operators in the construction and infrastructure industry.
In addition to advising on construction and project implementation, licences, permits, regulatory compliance and tax issues, our Construction & Infrastructure practice acts to secure and
defend our clients’ interest in land. Our Construction and Infrastructure practice includes advising on public procurement and tender processes, land acquisition including leases, concessions and development rights; joint ventures, outsourcing and subcontracting; as well environmental regulatory compliance.