We are a large team of over 40 specialist lawyers, based in 11 locations across the UK, Europe, the Middle East and Asia, enabling clients to access the full range of the firm’s skills and expertise, both in the UK and internationally. The team includes dual qualified barristers and solicitors, engineers, and accredited mediators and adjudicators.
Our Construction, Engineering & Projects team
Our Construction, Engineering & Projects group provides the full range of dispute and transactional services for large scale construction and engineering projects, in the UK and internationally.
We act for a wide range of clients, but with a particular emphasis on:
- major contractors
- major engineering consultancies
- real estate developers
- property investment companies
Our core transactional legal experience include advising on all forms of construction and engineering contracts and associated documentation, insurance arrangements, and all related financial security (such as bonds, guarantees and warranties).
Our dispute resolution experience is extensive, including advising on:
- court proceedings
- arbitration (domestic and international)
- expert determination
- mediation and dispute avoidance
What sets us apart:
We focus our dispute resolution strategy on maximising the net recovery for our clients when bringing claims, and minimising or extinguishing their exposure when defending them.
Our full-service approach ensures that an appropriate strategy can be adopted to achieve our client’s priorities throughout the lifetime of a project. Our aim is to provide a personable and highly responsive specialist service.
News & Insights
Stay’in alive – Court accepts manifest injustice in granting stay
During the COVID-19 pandemic the construction industry works on tight margins and the risk of insolvency for contractors is high.
Infra.law - Autumn 2020
Click here to read the latest edition of our construction and infrastructure publication, Infra.Law.
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An updated version of the “Outsourcing Playbook”, a guide to Central Government bodies on the correct approach to commissioning services .