About Marc Wintgens

Marc Wintgens is an attorney-at-law at AKD. His fields of expertise are private construction and real estate law. Marc focuses on complex cases involving government bodies and private parties. He is a leading specialist in sectors such as construction, infrastructure, energy, care, project development and real estate.

Marc has become a specialist in the drafting of, and litigating on, complex construction law contracts. He advises during the design, construction, financing, maintenance and/or the management of large building projects and draws up the necessary contracts. He has, for example, already done this for integrated projects, non-residential works, infrastructural projects (onshore and offshore), large-scale residential and non-residential construction.

Marc has written a variety of publications and is the (co-)author of various books. Marc also lectures in construction and real estate law at University of Amsterdam.

In the field of real estate law Marc focuses on (international) real estate transactions, project development and related contracts, such as public-private partnerships. In that context he has conducted negotiations and drawn up contracts in extremely complex and extensive real estate developments.

Furthermore, Marc is ranked in the Chambers and Partners 2022, The Legal 500 2022 as 'Recommended lawyer' & 'Leading individual' and the IFLR1000 2022.

Read more

More about

  • Utrecht University: Dutch Law
  • London School of Economics and Political Science: Master of Laws
Admitted to bar
  • The Netherlands
  • Association for Construction Law
  • The Association of Construction Law Lawyers
  • The Real Estate Society
Legal practice areas the Netherlands Bar’s register

Marc Wintgens has registered the following principal (and secondary) legal practice areas in the Netherlands Bar’s register of legal practice areas (rechtsgebiedenregister):


  • Real estate law


Based on this registration, Marc is required to obtain ten training credits per calendar year in each registered principal legal practice area in accordance with the standards set by the Netherlands Bar.