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Robert Gray


CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
United Kingdom
Languages English, German

Rob Gray is a partner in the Infrastructure & Project Finance Group with over 17 years of experience of advising on infrastructure projects all over the world.

The breadth of Rob’s experience in advising sponsors, lenders, contractors and procuring authorities on  projects in the transport, health, education, defence and renewable energy sectors means he provides pragmatic and practical solutions to all issues.

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"Rob’s an outstanding young lawyer. Very able to communicate effectively. Worked well with other members of our team"

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"highly effective in protracted negotiations"

Legal 500, 2015

Relevant experience

  • Merseylink Civil Contractors Joint Venture on the Mersey Gateway PPP project in the UK.
  • Bidding Consortia on the E18 highway PPP project in Finland and the D4/R7 highway PPP project in Slovakia.
  • Tramline Nottingham on the Nottingham Express Transit light rail PPP project in the UK.
  • IFC on the procurement of the Milot-Morine Highway PPP project in Albania and the Shillong Medical College and Hospital PPP project in India.
  • The Ministry of Transport in Slovakia on the procurement of three PPP Highway project in Slovakia.
  • Developers and contractors on over 100MW of solar projects in the UK.
  • Aspire Defence on Project Allenby Connaught, a PPP project to provide accommodation and services to the army in the UK.
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  • 1998 - LPC, Nottingham Law School, Nottingham
  • 1997 - LLB (Hons) European Law and Languages, University of the West of England, Bristol
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