As a developing country, Indonesia needs to increase its economic growth. One of the fundamental factors to achieve that is the availability of sufficient infrastructure. A nation is built, literally, on infrastructure. And constructing roads, power plants, ports, and healthcare networks is a top priority for a developing economy. Currently, Indonesia does not have sufficient infrastructure for the intended growth.
However, infrastructure development can present daunting legal challenges. With funding agreements lasting decades and involving many national and international partners, regulatory issues spanning all levels of the government even land-acquisition procedures that must align with local tradition as well as government policies. Creating a legal framework for a major infrastructure project requires considerable knowledge and extensive experience in the field.
We are recognized experts in infrastructure, and can devise a legal framework for projects of any scale.