Public Procurement

Biriş Goran has advised various private sector investors and public institutions with respect to all aspects of public procurement projects.

In representing state institutions, Biriş Goran has assisted with the preparation of complex tender documentation under the new legislation, while with respect to private investors it has used its public-sector know-how to tailor submitted offers to ensure compliance with often-vague requirements. Our approach and experience has resulted in assisting clients participating in public projects with an aggregate value exceeding EUR 700 million. In addition, the firm has successfully represented clients which challenged various public procurement procedures before the National Council for the Resolution of Contestations. 

Mandates include:

Lead counsel for Compagnie D’Entreprises CFE SA and CFE Contracting and Engineering S.R.L. on all legal matters related to the implementation of the public contract: “Design, works and supply of equipments for the project Extension – Upgrading and Equipping of the Children Clinic Hospital “Doctor Victor Gomoiu”, a Bucharest local budget project.

Lead counsel for SAAB AB during the public procedure regarding the first stage of the award through restricted tender of the public contract having as object the procurement of the products “MULTIPURPOSE FRIGATE, SECOND STAGE MODERNIZATION”.

Legal counsel to Hatch Ltd., a major Canadian engineering company, related to the open public procurement procedure organized in the field of nuclear energy concerning “Works necessary for changing the destination of the existing constrictions on the site of Unit 5 from a nuclear power plant into a emergency support centre during the lifetime of Units 1 and 2 currently in operation and of the future Units 3 and 4 of CNE Cernavoda, with the purpose of ensuring the conditions for their nuclear safety operation and fulfilment of all legal requirements”.

Legal counsel to Monsson Alma, developer of Europe’s largest fully-permitted onshore wind park, relating to public procurement procedures arising from their sectoral nature (energy).