Enrique Lorente Ludlow specializes in real estate and infrastructure projects. During his 20 years of professional experience, he has participated in all stages of development required for these types of projects, including conceptualization and structuring; engagement through public bidding procedures or private contracting; development and construction; as well as financing and daily operation of projects once they have been developed. He has also collaborated in the conceptualization and implementation of the corporate structures necessary to carry out these projects.
In the area of real estate, he has represented landowners, developers and investment funds in leases and in the purchase and sale of commercial, industrial, residential and corporate properties, as well as non-developed parcels. He has ample experience in the legal aspects of residential development in Mexico and has collaborated in more than fifty projects, as well as the structuring of associations, trusts and companies between developers, landowners and institutional investors.
In the area of infrastructure, he has advised construction companies on their participation in public biddings and private contracting for the construction of infrastructure in Mexico, various other Latin American countries and Spain; he has advised the federal government and state governments on the conceptualization, public bidding and awarding of concessions and long term services agreements for the development of infrastructure. He has ample experience in the preparation of PPP contracts, procurement and construction contracts, as well as in the financing of infrastructure projects. He has participated in various projects that have received national and international recognition for their complexity and innovation, including hospitals, prisons and the closure of the world’s second largest landfill and utilization of the biofuel to generate electricity.
Enrique is a partner of Woodhouse Lorente Ludlow, S.C., and head of the Real Estate and Projects practices.