Advising the Palais Omnisport de Paris-Bercy (POPB) in relation to its catering facilities project in the context of its current extension ('Bercy Arena 2015').
Marie is a senior associate in the Banking/Project Finance department in the Paris office of Hogan Lovells.She currently advises on all fields of French Public Law, both in advice and litigation, and has developed a significant experience in Public law contracts (concessions, Public-Private Partnerships, public procurement contracts state owned property lease).
Marie has more than 12 years of experience advising and representing both public bodies and private operators (sponsors and lenders) on the project aspects of infrastructure and accommodation projects procured under concession or PPP schemes, with a particular focus on hospitals, schools and universities, public transports (railway, motorway), defense and telecommunications projects.She began her career as lawyer in 2004 at the Paris bar and joined the Banking/Project Finance department in August 2005.
Advising Public authority TNAD and Government of French Polynesia regarding financing multi-sectoral range of hotel and leisure accommodation in French Polynesia ($2bn).
Advising SNCF Réseau (owner/manager of French Rail Network) regarding tendering GSM-R PPP project (€850m); Nîmes-Montpellier High Speed Link PPP (€1600), new railway station in France.
Advising the Sogeprom led-consortium in relation to the Campus Condorcet's project (university PPP project).
Advising the French Ministry of Defence in relation to its New Headquarters PPP project in Balard 'French Pentagon' (1000 M€).
Advising a consortium for the financing, design, construction, operation and maintenance of the two first PPP prison projects launched by the AMOTMJ.
Advising French Government for rail-motorway concession projects: Alpine Rail-Motorway between France and Italy and Atlantic Rail-Motorway between France's Belgian and Spanish borders.
Advising the Annemasse Hospital on the design, build, finance and maintenance of a PPP project (150M€).