Public Private Partnership

Public-private partnerships, or PPPs for short, describe contractually regulated cooperation between the public sector and private-sector companies. They combine the flexibility of private companies with the public interest orientation of the state.

Operators' models, construction and service concessions and other forms of cooperation between the public sector and private-sector companies are encountered by citizens on a daily basis – usually without them knowing about it. For example, large corona vaccination centers, refugee arrival centers and refugee shelters were and are often operated in PPP models. Projects to digitize administration are also increasingly being carried out in cooperation between the public sector and private companies. We have been able to successfully support clients in the implementation of these and many other projects – from project planning to execution and project management. Often, the question arises at the beginning whether a tender has to be issued. Then it is a question of sufficient and fair financing. Fees must be reasonable, "overcompensation" must be avoided in terms of the budget and also in terms of state aid law. The administrative burden must be kept within reasonable limits.

PPP as a form of cooperation is becoming increasingly important in business life and is a key success factor in many areas. Both the choice of the right PPP model and the drafting of the contract are crucial to the success of the project. Our experts will be pleased to support you with their many years of experience in the realization of your project – regardless of whether you are on the government side or in the private sector.

Our 6 experts for Public Private Partnership

Dr. Karin  Deichmann

Dr. Karin Deichmann

Senior Associate

Dr. Klaus  Jankowski

Dr. Klaus Jankowski


René M.  Kieselmann

René M. Kieselmann


Dr. Mathias  Pajunk

Dr. Mathias Pajunk


Maria  Rothämel

Maria Rothämel

Senior Associate

Dr. Petra  Steinheber

Dr. Petra Steinheber