Infrastructure Projects & Construction

Infrastructure Projects & Construction

Planning and successfully executing construction, infrastructure, and engineering projects require broad knowledge and in-depth understanding of complex local and international laws and regulations, as well as corporate and commercial technicalities of the projects.


We have a strong capability in all the areas of construction, infrastructure, and engineering industries extending from planning, tendering, contracting, and execution to dispute resolution.

Our expertise combined with our proven track record have paved a way for us to establish the KN Legal brand as a legal leader in the industry, including both contentious and non-contentious areas of construction. In fact, we have been appointed as arbitrators before the Saudi Council of Engineers and as expert witnesses on complex legal issues, including engineering and construction matters.


Our service offerings include:

  • Assisting with project planning (including financing options and investments) and tendering;
  • Conducting due diligence;
  • Assisting with licensing and permitting, including arranging and obtaining regulatory and governmental approvals;
  • Drafting and reviewing all major forms of construction contracts and ancillary documents, such as EPC and other standard form contracts, financial support arrangements, concession contracts, joint venture agreements, technology supply and licensing agreements, and operation and maintenance contracts;
  • Negotiating contracts;
  • Assisting with insurance and reinsurance;
  • Advising on employment and labor;
  • Assisting with project and contract executions and implementation, including project management;
  • Assisting with post-completion and handover.

Our portfolio of clients ranges from multinational corporations to local businesses. We work closely with our clients to ensure the project objectives are achieved, irrespective of project value.


Our clients include developers, investors, contractors, financial institutions (such as banks and funds), landlords, tenants, and governmental authorities.