David van Ee specialises in transactions, procurement and litigation relating to infrastructure, industrial construction and real estate.
He is a coördinating member of the teams advising on major PPP projects in the Netherlands (Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Housing on the DBFMO redevelopment of the Ministry of Finance's offices in The Hague, the lenders of Coentunnel Company, the lenders of BAM PPP for several PPP projects). David is involved in advising the municipality of Amsterdam on the Amsterdam Zuidas (South Axis) and other major development projects. David advised InterGen on Dutch construction law issues regarding the 400 MW Rijnmond 2 power plant and advises on other construction projects in the energy sector. He also litigates on construction and tendering issues on behalf of contracting authorities and some of the major Dutch contractors, such as Imtech, Movares and Fluor.
David graduated from Leiden University in 2000 and joined NautaDutilh in the same year. He became a partner in 2011. David is a member of Association of Construction Lawyers (VBR-A). He publishes and lectures on his areas of specialisation.
David is described by Legal 500 EMEA 2012 as a very fast, straightforward thinker and no frills in his advice.
Chambers Europe states: David van Ee is to the point, practical and understands business.