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Infrastructure & Projects

CMS Woodhouse Lorente Ludlow advises clients on all aspects of the most complex and strategically important infrastructure projects in Mexico. The Firm specialises in the design and preparation of constitutional, legislative and regulatory reforms within the sector, financing and execution of public infrastructure projects, as well as their structuring and allocation.

Our team of lawyers are market leaders in the use of public-private partnership (PPP) programmes for the development of public infrastructure, both in Mexico and abroad. We have advised the Federal Government (through the Presidency, the Finance Ministry (SHCP), the Communications and Transport Ministry (SCT), Banobras, Nacional Financiera and Sociedad Hipotecaria Federal, the governments of various Mexican states and multilateral banking institutions (World Bank and IADB), on the design and development of PPP programmes.

We are especially renowned for our expertise in innovative PPP structures, including negotiation and drafting of PPP legislation and regulations. Additionally, our experience in infrastructure covers a wide range of projects, including toll roads, train networks, hospitals, transport hubs, ports, prisons, water distribution, subways, urban roads, airports, schools, military facilities, land reclamation, wave barriers and mass transport systems.

We are able to offer a full suite of services to developers on implementing concessions, PPP and public works projects, including their participation in the awarding process, securing finance, implementing construction and operation, environmental compliance and any associated land and real estate matters.


CMS Next
What’s next? In a world of ever-ac­cel­er­at­ing change, stay­ing ahead of the curve and know­ing what’s next for your busi­ness or sec­tor is es­sen­tial.At CMS, we see ourselves not only as your leg­al ad­visers but also as your busi­ness part­ners. We work to­geth­er with you to not only re­solve cur­rent is­sues but to an­ti­cip­ate fu­ture chal­lenges and in­nov­ate to meet them.With our latest pub­lic­a­tion, CMS Next, our ex­perts will reg­u­larly of­fer you in­sights in­to and fresh per­spect­ives on a range of is­sues that busi­nesses have to deal with – from ESG agen­das to re­struc­tur­ing after the pan­dem­ic or fa­cing the di­git­al trans­form­a­tion. We will also share with you more about the work that we are do­ing for our cli­ents, help­ing them in­nov­ate, grow and mit­ig­ate risk.To be able to provide you with the best sup­port, we im­merse ourselves in your world to un­der­stand your leg­al needs and chal­lenges. However, it is equally im­port­ant that you know who we are and how we can work with you. So, we in­vite you to meet our ex­perts and catch a glimpse of what is hap­pen­ing in­side CMS.En­joy read­ing this pub­lic­a­tion, which we will up­date reg­u­larly with new con­tent.CMS Ex­ec­ut­ive Team
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