H&R’s Construction and Infrastructure Practice involves
virtually all phases of the construction process. H&R attorneys
advise their clients on various aspects of a project, from the
negotiation of contracts and the preparation of bids, to the
resolution of construction disputes. We assist in project
administration, job close-outs and settlement, and privatization
matters, and in most forms of construction litigation, appellate
work or arbitration throughout Europe, the U.S. and South-East
Asia. We provide a full range of services with respect to
government contracts, including bid protests.
Our attorneys provide counsel on projects as diverse as the
construction of Romania’s largest office building to date, its
largest private hospital, the largest ceramic sanitaryware
factory in Europe, greenfield factories in Thailand and
Bulgaria, the first large American factory in Vietnam, and a
number of factories in China. HRMR’s attorneys’ experience in
construction project finance includes projects in the United
States, Western Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
Our construction attorneys deal with claims for construction
defects, extra work, delay and disruption, acceleration, lost
labor and equipment productivity. We understand how to calculate
extended project costs so that we can assist our clients in
recovering expenditures lost on a delayed project. Our attorneys
address design defects, cardinal changes, commercial
impracticability, differing site conditions, access problems,
over-zealous inspectors, structural failures, rejection of
nonconforming work, terminations, payment and performance bonds,
performance guarantees, liquidated damages, and warranties.
Attorneys offer a complete palate of services to address
other diverse challenges that confront the construction
industry, including project taxation and finance, environmental
regulations, bankruptcy, intellectual property rights, real
estate transactions, and governmental agency relations.
Our Practice includes, by necessity, infrastructure
redevelopment regarding the development, privatization, project
financing and acquisition of a variety of infrastructure
facilities. Combining the transactional experience and the
regional knowledge of our Myanmar attorneys with H&R’s
international resources, we offer additional services in such
practice groups as taxation, international trade and law,
corporate and securities and privatizations.
Our clients have benefited from the abilities of our
attorneys to successfully manage and negotiate complex
transactions in such industries as:
Our attorneys assist the client in every phase of the
transaction, including the preparation and negotiation of
contracts for power purchases, developing commercial contracts
and other arrangements, site acquisitions, construction,
operation and maintenance, raw materials, transportation, power
transmission, structuring joint-ventures or other appropriate
vehicles, securing requisite approvals and handling any disputes
or dealings that may arise from specialized legal areas.
Some of the projects in which H&R attorneys participated:
Often, multinational projects require the insights and
specific expertise of geographically diverse law firms.
Accordingly, HRMR attorneys often find themselves working
hand-in-hand with other international law firms from the United
States and Europe. H&R’s many years of experience has allowed us
to foster collegial and substantive relationships that enable us
to service the needs, whether large or small, of our clients.
Printer Friendly Version
Corporate & Commercial Law
99B Myay Nu Street, LAMAI Condo, Suite 6D, Sanchaung Twp., Yangon 11111, Myanmar - Phone: +95 1 230-5935©2015 Herzfeld Rubin Meyer & Rose Law Firm Limited. - Legal Info