SE Europe faces a strong need for the development and replacement of infrastructure assets, especially in transportation, energy and communal services.

Over the course of the past 10 years, BDK has advised clients on the most prominent infrastructure projects in Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina. We provide our clients with a comprehensive service that includes bidding for projects, financing, construction and operation of infrastructure assets.

We view complex projects from multiple perspectives and are able to provide a solution to legal issues while always taking into account the underlying commercial considerations. We continually follow the latest regulatory developments in the relevant industry sectors in the EU and are, therefore, ahead of future changes in the local legal framework. Our local legal expertise gives our clients confidence that, even if they are not present on the local market, they will still be able to manage those country-specific issues that may affect the development of the infrastructure project.

“Noted expertise in the renewable energy sector assisting international clients, including contractors and investors, with large-scale projects. Works closely alongside the firm’s respected real estate and project finance practices to provide comprehensive legal support to energy clients as well as international financial institutions and construction companies. Particularly active on wind farm and infrastructure projects.

‘BDK has considerable experience with handling large-scale projects in Serbia and demonstrates expertise in the local regulations while providing overall legal support in projects.’”


“BDK Advokati AOD is consistently involved in Serbia’s most notable projects. Dragoljub Cibulić is the energy and infrastructure practice head; his experience includes advising on the procurement, development and financing of large infrastructure projects. Milan Dakić is a construction contracts expert.

‘This is a most experienced and professional team that acts on very complex matters.’”