Title: Real Estate

Profile

Mark A. Moolhuizen

Partner

 

Mark Moolhuizen

Firm: Van Doorne
Address:Jachthavenweg 121
Amsterdam 1081 KM
Netherlands
Phone:31 (0)20 6789 632
Fax:31 (0)20 7954 632
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Local Time:Thu. 11:24
Web site: Direct Page

Profile

Mark Moolhuizen completed his studies in civil and commercial law at the University of Leiden in 1993. He joined Van Doorne's predecessor Trenité van Doorne in Rotterdam in 1994 as a specialist in the Property group.
In 1999, he became head of legal affairs at the Knowledge Centre for Public-Private Partnerships (part of the Ministry of Finance Affairs).
He joined our Amsterdam office in 2002 and became a partner of the firm in 2003. As a specialist in the Property group, he deals with public-private partnerships, tender law, real estate law, planning law, environmental and administration law. He is chairperson of the market group 'Public-Private Partnerships'.
In addition to his work for van Doorne, he is a member of the advisory council of the Institute for Construction Law. He lectures on public-private partnerships, tender law and project development at a number of academic institutions, including the Grotius Academy, the Erasmus University and the Centre for Business and Government Studies. He also regularly publishes on these subjects.

 

Languages: Dutch, English, German, French
Joined the Law Firm in: 1994

 

Areas of Practice

 

Main Focus: Public-Private Partnerships

  • Administrative Law
  • Arbitration / Mediation
  • Construction
  • Contract Law
  • Energy
  • Environmental
  • Land Use and Zoning
  • Local, Municipal and State Law
  • Property Law
  • Real Estate
  • Utilities

 


Litigation Percentage 30%

Professional Career

 

Professional Associations

He is chairperson of the market group 'Public-Private Partnerships'. In addition to his work for van Doorne, he is a member of the advisory council of the Institute for Construction Law.

Publications

He also regularly publishes on public-private partnerships, tender law and project development. subjects.

Incentives of maximum achievement

date: 09-04-2004
source: AanbestedingsKrant

Public-private partnerships (PPP) have to add up to more than the sum of the parts. The client parties for these kinds of co-operations between government and market-sector parties (for example a DBFM-contract like the one for the construction project on highway A-59) expect efficiency and expertise that produces a top-notch result. Two issues are pivotal. Will a private partner really deliver the service that has been agreed upon? And how can the public partner ensure that the service delivered is superior to the standard agreed, in the case of potential added value?



Seminars

He lectures on public-private partnerships, tender law and project development at a number of academic institutions, including the Grotius Academy, the Erasmus University and the Centre for Business and Government Studies.



Professional Activities and Experience

He joined Van Doorne's predecessor Trenité van Doorne in Rotterdam in 1994 as a specialist in the Property Group.
In 1999, he became head of legal affairs at the Knowledge Centre for Public-Private Partnerships (part of the Ministry of Finance Affairs).


Bar Admission

Admitted to the Rotterdam bar in 1994, admitted to the Amsterdam bar in 2002.

 

Education


Mark Moolhuizen completed his studies in civil and commercial law at the University of Leiden in 1993.