Amelia Hamilton, Associate
Amelia is an Associate in the Construction, Engineering & Projects Group. She assists the team on a range of contentious and non-contentious matters within the construction and engineering industry.
Amelia has experience with a broad range of dispute resolution procedures including adjudication, mediation, international arbitration and high court litigation. Her clients include a wide range of developers, contractors, funders and consultants. She assists on all types of construction documentation including various forms of Construction and Engineering contracts, as well as, numerous bespoke forms.
Amelia is admitted to practice in England and Wales.
- Advising one of the world’s leading offshore wind farms regarding all of their non-contentious construction work in relation to the windfarm operations, including advising on procurement and drafting / negotiating their suite of contracts.
- Acting for a major contractor in a £4m claim regarding underfloor heating at a large residential development in the Technology and Construction Court.
- Acting for a major UK harbour board in successfully bringing a £5m adjudication in relation to defective cranes.
- Acting for a major M&E engineer in a multi-million pound internal arbitration against a contractor regarding a final account for a large residential development in Abu Dhabi.
Infra.law - Autumn 2020
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Offshore wind farms – how to properly interpret an indemnity?
The recent judgment of Gwynt y Môr OFTO Plc v Gywnt y Môr Offshore Wind Farm is an example of how the courts will interpret indemnities.
Sharing the pain: Considerations for joint venture participants
This article provides a detailed overview of joint ventures for contractors and developers.
Amelia Hamilton writes for the Practical Law Construction Blog on considerations for joint venture participants