The new Indonesian Government has recognised that for Indonesia to realise its enormous ecomonic potential as one of the world's major economies in coming decades, huge expansion and upgrading of its infrastructure is required. Jakarta has embarked on major infrastucture improvements in public transportation, ports and anti-floading measures. Plans for major new toll roads, airports and the infrastucture are proposed.
Hiswara Bunjamin & Tandjung has broad experience in infrastructure projects, in particular in relation to transportation, ports, airports, power and water. Our lawyers have acted for major international port and airport operators in Indonesia in relation to their involvement in Indonesian privatisations and subsequent operation of those businesses.
Benefiting from its affiliation with Herbert Smith Freehills, Hiswara Bunjamin & Tandjung often receives praise from its international clientele, and is regarded highly for its strength infrastructure.
- Schiphol International/British Airport Authority: acting as Indonesia legal counsel for the leading bidders in respect of proposed privatisation of Soekarno - Hatta international airport, Jakarta operated currently by Angkasa Pura II (Persero).
- Hutchison International Ports: acting as Indonesia legal counsel on the acquisition of a majority interest in Jakarta International Container Terminal on the privatisation of Terminals I and II Pelindo II’s container port of Tanjung Priok, Jakarta.
- Jakarta Regional Water Company (PAM JAYA): acting as legal counsel on the privatisation of Jakarta's water distribution network.
- ONDEO Services (formerly known as Lyonnaise des Eaux): acting as Indonesia legal counsel in relation to the privatisation by Perusahaan Daerah Air Minum Tirta Kerta Raharja (Regional Water Company) of the development, operation and maintenance of the water production, storage and distribution network for the Municipality of Ciputat, Tangerang, Province of Banten.
- Hutchison International Port Holdings: acting as Indonesia legal counsel on the proposed development of a new port project and expansion of existing port projects in Indonesia, including advising on PPP for public port infrastructure projects.
- Rak Minerals & Metals Investments: acting as Indonesia legal counsel on Indonesian regulatory aspects relevant to the proposed construction and development of seaport and its supporting facilities in South Sumatera.
- Perusahaan Gas Negara: acting as legal counsel on the proposed construction of a gas pipeline project between Batam and Singapore including the establishment of the SPV company to operate the pipeline project.
- a European power company: acting as Indonesia legal counsel in relation to its minority investment in and development of a run of river hydropower project in North Sumatra, Indonesia.
- a Bluescope: assisting Bluescope in relation to the establishment of construction presence and representative office in Indonesia.