Government Advisory | Projects & Infrastructure
From Public Infrastructure to Healthcare, we have constantly adapted to the changing times, and our practice has evolved from highly contentious matters to policy-level advisory
We provide integrated legal solutions covering all areas of infrastructure projects during their entire life-cycle services supporting government entities involved in planning, construction, and delivery of infrastructure projects, and ensure a fair and transparent process for creating a robust legal framework for setting the terms of engagement of third-party agencies, grant of concession to such agencies while safeguarding public interest from current and future legal issues.
We have the distinction and privilege of working closely with government and non-government think tanks to the big four to deliver significant results and enable transformation.
Constantly adapting to the changing times, Fox & Mandal has evolved its Projects, Infrastructure, and Govt. advisory practice from highly contentious matters to drafting of tender documents and handled all the legal issues until the contract’s finalization with the successful bidder. We also regularly advise public sector authorities on framing policies, schemes, and regulations, as well as advising on various issues faced by public sector authorities.
We take pride in the impact we make through our work in Govt. advisory practice. The Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority (KMDA) engaged Fox & Mandal as its legal consultant for its first water supply project in the PPP mode for laying a supply pipeline network in Salt Lake for delivery of potable water and the construction of a sewage treatment plant; the project successfully implemented and improved living conditions for hundreds of thousands of people living and working in this area.
We have advised Kolkata Municipal Corporation under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) to fast-track the planned development of identified cities. We also advised West Bengal Medical Services Corporation in setting up 21 tertiary healthcare institutions in the state under a project financed by the Backward Region Growth Fund.