We have a breadth of experience in helping foreign developers and contractors navigate Sudanese laws and regulations. We have assisted various organisations in getting established in Sudan. Our expertise in this sector includes project structuring and development, financing, government regulation, construction, and working with clients on contract issues.
Our experience has familiarised us with the complexity involved in building and infrastructure projects. It is critical to understand our clients’ objectives in order to best serve their business interests. Our team is well-equipped to handle all kinds of matters related to construction and building. Our services range from obtaining simple project permission to multifaceted public/private building initiatives. We have recently acted on the incorporation of a branch of a Turkish company as a contractor in Sudan. Likewise, we achieved a very favourable result when representing another client in a construction arbitration.
SCLO represented a Chinese rolled steel exporting company in an international sale of goods dispute. SCLO successfully invoked the Sudanese Arbitration Act 2005, resulting in the dismissal of the case against SCLO’s client by the Sudanese court and its referral to the Chinese International Economic & Trade Arbitration Commission.
SCLO advises Siemens on various matters in Sudan SCLO advised Khartoum New International Airport on its proposed project to build a fuel farm storage facility under a Build-Operate-Transfer contract.
SCLO advised Khartoum State Water Corporation on its Build-Operate-Transfer project, the Almanara Water Project, worth €87 million.