Contact:

Anca Toma
Business Development Manager

anca.toma@nndkp.ro

+40 21 201 12 00

Infrastructure and Transport

Infrastructure development and upgrade are central points of concern for Romania’s further progress.

In response to the legal requirements of major international and domestic companies active in this field, our expertise mirrors the country’s potential areas of interest regarding the development of major infrastructure and transport projects, centered on road, railway, water treatment, port and airport facilities, as well as the expansion of the existing ones.

We advise clients throughout the stages of a project, from the pre-contractual phase (including full consultancy and dispute resolution related matters concerning the public procurement procedures conducted for the selection of contractors, where applicable) to the performance of contractual and post-contractual obligations.

We are known for our skilful approach to projects that are based on industry knowledge and on a continuous concern to accommodate the time pressure constraints imposed by the specificities of the transactions. Our familiarity with the Romanian contracting authorities’ practice and our ability to promptly respond to their demands and expectations recommend us as a heavyweight team.

Our clients include notorious national and international leading companies active in the infrastructure and transport fields.

Our lawyers focused on infrastructure and transport matters developed a solid expertise in all the areas relevant to the sector, both in consultancy and litigation areas (particularly in public procurement and contracts). Over the past two decades, we have been regularly involved in major projects implemented in Romania, covering:

  • highways, roads, tunnels and bridges infrastructure
  • railways infrastructure
  • airports infrastructure
  • urban transport (roads, tramways and ticketing projects)
  • water, sewage and waste management projects

Additionally, we played a key role in drafting the cornerstone legislation regarding the expropriation for high scale infrastructure.