With a wealth of expertise, the Firm has successfully advised and represented the Government of Kenya and key stakeholders in the transport, construction, and real estate industries on large-scale Private-Public Partnership (P3) projects.


Our infrastructure advocates offer the ideal platform for parties seeking guidance on both commercial and governmental infrastructure projects. We provide innovative, comprehensive, and strategic advice to stakeholders throughout the infrastructure project life cycle which includes bidding and contracting, siting and permitting, engineering, procurement and construction, operation and maintenance, financing and refinancing, and technology.


Our Firm advises and represents owners, developers, investors, lenders, government agencies, contractors, subcontractors, designers, engineers, architects, suppliers, and vendors in all aspects of engineering, procurement, and construction projects.

Our expertise spans every stage of a project’s life cycle, from licensing and permitting, site acquisition, and easements, through development, design, engineering, bidding, procurement, contracting, and contract administration, as well as conflict avoidance tactics and dispute resolution.

Public-private partnerships (PPPs): 

Our clients include project sponsors and developers, lenders, equity investors, operators, contractors, and governmental entities across the globe, and we provide them with a full range of PPP legal services including drafting and negotiating concession agreements, equity transactions, debt and capital markets transactions and construction and engineering agreements. We also provide related tax, real estate, environmental law, labor and employment, and permitting advice.

Some of our key work highlights include:

  • Acting as project lawyers in a PPP venture valued at KES. 256 Billion for housing to the retired staff members of a government agency.
  • Acting as Transaction Advisers with respect to a venture involving the sale of airplane parts to the Government of Kenya and other entities with an estimated start-up transactional value of KES 3.5 Billion Kenyan Shillings.