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mr. Alexandra Jurgens-Boot


   Lawyer, partner



   T: +31 20 50 41 570

   F: +31 20 50 41 589

mr. Alexandra A. Jurgens-Boot

Alexandra Jurgens-Boot was sworn in as a lawyer after graduating from Leiden University in 1989. She has worked as a partner at Houthoff, Andersen Legal and KPMG Legal and founded her own niche firm, Boot Advocaten, in 2003. She has already won the title of “Real Estate Lawyer of the Year” twice.


Through her in-depth knowledge and effective negotiation methods, she is able to quickly identify different interests of the parties involved and deliver tailor-made work. Alexandra is therefore a permanent advisor to investors, listed companies, project developers, contractors, housing associations and governments and has been involved in many major area developments and infrastructural works.


Alexandra specializes in the sectors of construction and real estate law, energy law, healthcare, procurement and public-private partnerships. In addition to these specializations, she also focuses on area development and sustainability. This is partly shaped by Energy Service Companies (ESCos). The ESCo network, of which Alexandra is a founding member and strategy member, improves the ability of building users to acquire knowledge and explore the possibilities in the field of ESCo's. In addition to the ESCo network, Alexandra is also founder and CEO of the Blue Building Institute. This knowledge institute promotes sustainable human well-being in the built environment through the design, financing and management of this environment.

In addition to these positions, Alexandra has also taught as a university lecturer at TU Delft, Nyenrode Business University and the Institute for Construction Law, is the author of several handbooks and has published articles in renowned magazines and newspapers, including PropertyNL and the FD. Alexandra also held the position of deputy secretary at the Arbitration Board for the Construction Companies and functioned as a supervisor at GGZ Delfland and Vereniging Eigen Huis. In addition, she is a much sought-after speaker for courses, debates and symposia.

Her motto: "Don't work for your customers, but with them." 

Additional functions:

  • Founder & CEO Blue Building Institute (2015-present)
  • Chairman of the renewal committee of the Association of Construction Lawyers
  • Legal initiator of the Legal Affairs network; Building Blocks for Social (2017-Present)

  • Legal Working Group of the Dutch Green Building Counsel (2015 - present)

  • EPC Facilitator

  • Member Strategy Council ESConetwork (2012 - present)

  • Founding Member ESConetwork (2012 - present)

  • Member of the Supervisory Board GGZ Delfland (2010-2018)
  • Member of the Supervisory Board of the Home Owners Association (2009-2015)

  • Columnist PropertyNL (2006-2011)

  • Mediator and member of the working group 'Mediation in Construction' (2001-2012)

  • Member Audit Committee Association for Construction Law (1999 - present)

  • Lecturer Dutch Steel Construction Foundation (1997 - present)

  • Lecturer Dutch Steel Construction Foundation (1997 - present)

  • Guest lecturer TU Delft (1997-1999)

  • Deputy Secretary Arbitration Board for Construction Companies in the Netherlands (1996-1999)

  • Chairman Young Bar Netherlands (1993-1996)

  • Secretary of the Disciplinary Court of the Association of Dutch Architects (1991-1997)




  • Amsterdam School of Real Estate: Teacher Sustainability (2019)

  • Institute for Construction Law: contracting NOM for new construction and renovation (2019)

  • Betonhuis: Various courses Tendering and Contracting in the construction industry (2018-2019)

  • Nyenrode Business Universiteit: Various courses on contracting, forms of collaboration and energy performance contracts (2019)

  • Institute for Construction Law: course 'Sustainability of real estate and EPC contracts' (2018)

  • EUROFORUM: Annually the two-day course “Jurisprudence Procurement Law” and the five-day course “Abridged Training Procurement Law” (2007-2014)

  • EUROFORUM: Procurement law course. Also presentation at the conference “Jurisprudence Procurement Law” with the theme “Procurement in real estate practice” (2007 – 2014)

  • OSR Legal Education: course “Procurement law for lawyers”

  • Study Center for Business and Government (SBO) course with the theme "Abridged Course in Procurement Law"

  • The Legal Academy: Procurement law course

  • “Property financing” for the Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment, in collaboration with Metrum and KPMG Meijburg & Co

  • Course “Procurement Law” for the Academy for Legal Practice regarding selection and award criteria, area development (2011)

  • IBR course "The daily practice of area development", an integrated approach from the practice of the general legal aspects in the practice of contracting and legal guidance in public-private partnerships in area and project development

  • In collaboration with “OSR Juridische Opleidingen”, giving an in-depth course on “Procurement Law, State Aid and Area Development” for central and decentralized government bodies (ministries, provinces, municipalities and water boards), independent administrative bodies, housing corporations and comparable private-law organizations with public-law tasks or advocacy of interests

  • In collaboration with the Steel Federation, educational institution foundation “Building with Steel”: course “legal aspects for the steel constructor”

  • Class“Energy transition, the new reality”for the Institute for Real Estate and Sustainability. Course on circularity, legal sustainability obligations, adjustments to the Gas Act and comfort and health in the built environment




  • Item "Equal opportunities for land allocation: from Roanne to Didam", Construction law BR 2022/24, April 2022

  • Article "The Alliance Agreement: The Need for Transparency", Magazine for Construction Law 2022/39, April 2022.

  • Contribution to the Liber Amicorum (2019)

  • Corporate legal notices impact climate regulation on real estate (2019)

  • Article“SER Energy Agreement”, Dutch Magazine for Energy Law, December 2013

  • column“Keep stirring or the soup will boil”, about the realization of the energy agreement, FD selections real estate, October 2013.

  • Article“Project development in the firing line of procurement law and state aid”, Magazine for Construction Law, October 2012

  • Author“Practice book on contracting in construction”. Chapter 9, 3rd edition “The alliance agreement”, Institute for Construction Law: September 2012

  • Tender Newsletter, article concerning“Building obligation does not always lead to a tendering obligation”, October 2011

  • Co-author“Reiswijzer Area Development 2009: for your own account and risk”, Magazine for Construction Law, November 2009

  • Co-author“The ICER report Auroux and some comments”, Magazine for Construction Law, December 2008

  • Co-author“Scala, Vathorst and Roanne. Consistent interpretation Directive: requirements and consideration are decisive”,Magazine for Construction Law, February 2008

  • Co-author“Chapters of Construction Law”. Chapters 12-18, 5th ed., 2005

  • “The notice of default from the European Commission regarding Vathorst; consequences for Dutch project development”. An article in four episodes in the Aannemingsskrant, August / September 2005

  • “Non-public works subject to tender?”A closer look at the notice of default from the European Commission regarding Vathorst.” Construction Law, July 2005.

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