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Croon advocaten
De Haagsche Zwaan, 18e verdieping
Schenkkade 50
2595 AR Den Haag

Netherlands > Construction Tier 2

Croon advocaten is ‘a high-quality law firm with very skilled and creative lawyers’. Focusing on construction and procurement, the practice handles advisory matters and disputes, including litigation before the civil courts and Supreme Court, and arbitration before the Arbitration Board for the Building Industry. Areas of focus include construction, PPP and DBFMO contracts, and the practice often acts for public sector clients on large infrastructure projects. The team is led by Daniel Santurio González, Nienke Keus-Goldberg, Birgit Le Haen-De Croon and Georg Huith.

Other key lawyers:

Louisa Engels


‘Croon lawyers characterise themselves by thinking in terms of possibilities instead of impossibilities’.

‘Several employees also have a technical background, which makes them very capable of bridging the gap between technology and legal matters’.

‘Thanks to the extensive experience that the office has gained, they are able to come up with solutions quickly and effectively’.

‘They are nice people on a personal level’.

‘The biggest difference between Croon lawyers and other firms I have worked with is the degree to which the firm is connected to the practical problems and challenges that arise within the projects’.

‘I’ve been working with Croon Advocaten for years now and I am very happy with the work they are doing’.

‘The whole team is very competent and analytic in each situation’.

‘On the one hand they are very pleasant and friendly to work with, but at the same time the information they share is professional, clear and accurate’. 

Key clients

The State of The Netherlands Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations

The State of The Netherlands Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management

Corporate Tender Board

The Province of Zuid-Holland

The Province of Flevoland

The Province of Utrecht

Regional public water authority Hollandse Delta

Regional public water authority Schieland en Krimpenerwaard

Regional public water authority Aa en Maas

The City of Amsterdam

The City of The Hague

The City of Utrecht

Foundation Paleis Het Loo National Museum

Netherlands Maritime Technology

Frame Vastgoed

Work highlights

  • Advising the Regional Public Water Authority Aa en Maas regarding a the complex €250m water management project ‘Meandering Meuse’.
  • Advising Netherlands Maritime Technology on the most suitable type of building contracts and tender procedures regarding the complete Fleet Replacement Program worth €500m.
  • Advising Foundation Paleis Het Loo during the construction phase of the €120m renovation and underground expansion of the main palace and its out buildings.