Project finance sector
The PPP approach has the potential to offer value for money and timely delivery of infrastructure when applied to projects of the right scale, risk and operational profile. Previous PPP procurement has resulted in billions of euro being invested in infrastructure and public services in sectors such as transport, health, education and water services.
Project finance group
Beauchamps’ project finance group has extensive experience in advising both public and private sector interests across a large number of sectors. Key sectors in which we have advised our clients include roads, education and primary care centres.
We have advised funders, contractors, local and international corporations, developers, consultants, and consortia on funding and delivering large scale projects, across numerous sectors. As a full service law firm we can draw on the expertise of colleagues as required in property, construction, energy and natural resources, environmental, planning, competition, banking, employment and litigation.
Our team has worked with clients on major projects in various PPP sectors and includes members with expertise in the full range of legal disciplines required for effective and timely delivery of PPP projects.
CONSORTIUM INVOLVING PRIME PLC AND BALFOUR BEATTY GROUP LIMITED
Engaged to design, construct, operate and maintain 14 HSE primary care centres in Ireland as part of a PPP arrangement involving the provision of finance by, amongst others, the European Investment Bank (EIB)
INSPIRED SPACES CONSORTIUM
A joint venture involving Carillion Construction Limited and the Dutch Infrastructure Fund, Engaged to finance, build operate and maintain 5 schools and an institute of further education in Ireland that have been included in Bundle 5 of the Department's Public Private Partnership (PPP) programme
THE FUNDERS OF THE BAM IRIDIUM CONSORTIUM
Involving BAM Group Ireland, BAM PPP, Iridium and Dragados, engaged to construct the €220 million N25 New Ross Bypass Scheme.
CONSORTIUM LED BY BAM IRELAND
On the €350 million M11 Gorey to Enniscorthy PPP