At the forefront of PFI and Project Finance since its inception, Morton Fraser MacRoberts is established as one of the leading firms in this field.

Advising and delivering on complex and major projects

Our lawyers are drawn from all specialist areas of law required for the successful delivery of, and ongoing advice on, complex and major projects. 


We have been involved in most of Scotland’s key infrastructure and PFI/PPP/NPD projects, acting in over 50 PPP projects with a total value of over £4 billion.


We are increasingly involved in ongoing operational issues, such as variations, benchmarking, refinancing, equity transfers, sub-contract issues, disputes and other matters as individual projects turn into businesses.


We also advise on ongoing operational issues on a range of PFI projects including infrastructure, transport, energy, outsourcing, and construction and engineering projects.

A full-service firm to support your project

Our team combines cutting-edge market knowledge with a solutions-based, user-friendly approach so we can assist clients to fulfil, and exceed, expectations.


Our full-service team can advise on all legal matters which may arise over the course of your project, including project finance, construction and engineering, procurement, planning and environmental issues, tax, property, competition and state aid, employment and pensions.

Market-leading projects experience

Our clients span a wide range of sectors across the Scottish economy, including hospitals and health boards, education institutions and boards, construction companies, local authorities, transport organisations and global financial firms.

We have been involved in several ground-breaking, innovative and award-winning projects such as Clyde Valley Residual Waste, Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route, M78, M73 and M74, Edinburgh and Midlothian Residual Waste, numerous waste and biomass projects, Scottish National Blood Transfusion Services, Ayrshire and Arran Mental Health services and the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh. 

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