Public Procurement Law


We have extensive experience of advising both contracting entities and bidders in connection with all types of tender, eg:

  • Invitations to tender for construction and civil engineering works
  • Invitations to tender for the provision of services
  • Invitations to tender for the provision of goods
  • Invitations to tender for municipal and regional properties

 Our clients include, amongst others:

  • Municipalities
  • Regions
  • Housing associations
  • Ports
  • Construction consultants
  • Architects
  • Engineering companies
  • Independent institutions
  • Utility providers
  • Building contractors
  • IT companies
  • Pharmaceuticals companies

The procurement process is often complicated with many competing interests and diverse factors such as professional, political, legal, personal and financial factors make themselves felt.

We advise on the classical cooperative models but also on more complex cooperative models such as PPP (Public-Private Partnership), PPC (Public-Private Cooperation) and PPI (Public Procurement of Innovative Solutions).

When we advise on tenders or public procurement, we are first and foremost solution-oriented and focus on how to transform the complex into something so simple that no misunderstandings arise between the parties involved.

We also ensure that you receive the best possible advice and involve DELACOUR’s other specialist teams when the need arises for advice in other areas of law, such as competitive law, contract law, property law and conveyancing, environmental law, legislation on personal data protection, intellectual property rights, etc.

We take the view - supported by experience – that attention to detail and mutual respect are absolute prerequisites for the smooth completion of a procurement process.

In addition to the above, public procurement law is in constant flux and the extensive case law suggests that even a minor error or misjudgement may have dire consequences.

Speak to DELACOUR, if you have questions on public procurement law.