Bird & Bird in partnership with EiB invite you to our international webinar on the future opportunities for programme management, design and construction in Denmark and the Nordic Countries. We will share headlines on the future pipeline and energy-based opportunities coming to the market over the next three years…
International construction companies are paying attention to the Scandinavian infrastructure market, particularly UK consulting and construction firms given procurement is managed in English typically following the negotiated procedure.
We will be joined Peter Baynham of Atkins who has been operating and investigating in procurement opportunities across the Scandinavian region. Bird & Bird's Thomas Larsen, Stuart Cairns and Mikkel Taanum who will provide insight into the wider commercial challenges of the international market and EiB's Chris Geyton who will provide an overview of the developing procurement landscape.
In our webinar, we will cover:
Thomas Thorup Larsen:
Partner in Bird & Bird’s international Public Procurement Group in Denmark acting for both contracting authorities and international bidders competing in Danish tenders, especially in the utilities sector and in major infrastructure projects.
Senior Associate in Bird & Bird’s international Public Procurement Group in Denmark with deep-seated experience of public procurement law and the entire spectrum of public procurement procedures, acting for both contracting authorities and international bidders competing in Danish tenders.
An experienced executive with over 30 years across Transportation, Aerospace, Defence and Security sectors.
A procurement specialist with particular expertise in major infrastructure projects at home and abroad. Co-head of the Bird & Bird International Public Procurement Group.
Managing Director of EiB Professional Services, has over 25-years’ experience of working in both the private and public sectors supporting clients to procure large complex infrastructure projects
Atkins has appointed Graham Candy as managing director for Europe in a move it has said is part of a plan to increase its presence on the continent. He is working alongside the company’s existing European leadership team as the company eyes opportunities in transport, infrastructure and government digital services