Harper Macleod beefs up infra team

2 October 2012 Scottish law firm Harper Macleod has added two PPP specialists to its public sector, housing and infrastructure practice.
Partners Euan Mitchell and Euan Pirie will join the firm in November from McClures’ Edinburgh office.

Both have experience in PFI and PPP in Scotland and their arrival is aimed to help Harper Macleod win more public sector work as the Scottish government continues to roll out infrastructure investment.

“They have invaluable skills and experience in the construction and infrastructure sectors that will enable us to extend the support and services we provide already,” said Harper Macleod chief executive Martin Darroch.

The Scottish government put infrastructure investment at the heart of its recent draft Budget, and last week unveiled the latest round of its Schools for the Future programme.

This page was last updated on:
29 November 2015.


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