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Tim Ball



Energy & Natural ResourcesReal Estate & ConstructionSport



Tim is a corporate lawyer with over 20 years’ experience advising clients on company sales, mergers & acquisitions, raising finance, complex joint venture arrangements and company restructuring. Over the last 15 years, Tim has concentrated mainly on the infrastructure, construction and engineering sectors, providing corporate advice to clients operating within these markets.

He is the principal point of contact within the firm for M&A and corporate legal advice to clients operating within these sectors.

As well as advising clients on mergers & acquisitions, Tim has also worked on the corporate and financing aspects of  major infrastructure projects, both domestic and international, including PFI and PPP, and he regularly acts for buyers and sellers in secondary market project equity transactions.

Tim has acted for clients such as  Atkins, Balfour Beatty, Bouygues, BAM Nuttall, Skanska, Mouchel, Kier John Laing, Carillion, Egis, CNIM, Ferrovial Agroman and Vinci.

Tim is admitted to practise in England and Wales.


  • Advised French international construction giant, Bouygues, on its acquisition of UK construction company JB Leadbitter from its Dutch parent Heijmans NV
  • Advised international engineering consultancy, Atkins, on the sale of its facilities management division to French multinational, Sodexo
  • Led the team advising the development joint venture (formed between Higgins Group and Pinnacle Regeneration) in the £175m Lambeth Social Housing PFI Scheme
  • Advised Vinci, one of the world’s largest construction companies, on the sale of equity in a number of UK Building Schools for the Future Projects from secondary market fund Infrared, in a deal which also saw Vinci acquiring equity in similar projects from Infrared