Shepherd and Wedderburn has appointed Euan Murray as a partner in its construction and infrastructure team. He brings to the firm and its customers 16 years’ experience advising on the feasibility, construction and performance of energy and infrastructure projects across the united kingdom.

Mr Murray, who was formerly a manager at Shepherd and Wedderburn, re-joined the company on 14 June. Clients also have commended him at the Chambers and Partners independent legal directory as”technically excellent”, including:”His knowledge, productivity and degree of detail is impressive.”

Mr Murray, who’s qualified in both Scotland and England and Wales, has advised a wide range of private and public sector clients on major construction and infrastructure projects across the UK.

He has special experience in the procurement, construction and performance of large-scale energy endeavors. His expertise also covers sectors including housing, defence, waste, transportation, health and education infrastructure projects and the outsourcing of services.

Andrew Blain, managing partner of Shepherd and Wedderburn, stated:”We are pleased Euan is coming to Shepherd and Wedderburn, where his experience in building, procurement and infrastructure will be of advantage to customers active in each sector of the market. His extensive experience supporting customers in the clean energy sector will be especially sought after as we attempt to stimulate a green healing from the recession.”