Andrew Buisson is a projects lawyer based in the banking team in London, advising on non-contentious matters in the infrastructure and construction/engineering sectors, and specialising in PFI/PPP concession arrangements, project-financed and conventionally-funded construction contracts, and operation and maintenance agreements.
Andrew has particular experience of advising on major infrastructure transactions in the social accommodation, transport, telecoms, mining and nuclear sectors, advising a wide range of public sector bodies, sponsors, lenders and contractors, both in the UK and internationally. Andrew has advised extensively on education projects, having advised on over 20 closed projects in recent years. Andrew also has experience of contentious matters in these sectors and has advised on large construction disputes and PFI dispute avoidance issues.
Andrew holds an MSc in Construction Law & Arbitration from King's College London.
The former chief economist of the African Development Bank, Professor Ncube, has forecast that growth in Africa will decrease to 4.5 per cent during 2015 and is unlikely to rise to more than 5 per cent next year. This is a consequence of the slowdown in China and the associated end of the ‘commodity super cycle’ that has driven the economies of Africa’s developing countries..
May 03, 2016
Light rail projects are among the most difficult to procure on a PPP basis, and many either fail to reach financial close, or suffer financial difficulty during thei.
June 05, 2015
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright, working in partnership with Global Infrastructure Hub (GI Hub), has rolled out the second series of Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Risk Allocation workshops, which has provided training sessions to over 100 government officials from 22 countries in Singapore, Bangkok, Tanzania and Colombia..
November 22, 2017
Part of the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor Project and the largest contract to date.
November 05, 2013