Carolyn Davies, Associate (New Zealand)
Carolyn joins the team from an international construction and engineering disputes company.
AboutCarolyn joins the team from an international construction and engineering disputes company. She brings an understanding of technical reports and dispute resolution processes, having been involved with various arbitration and mediation proceedings.
Carolyn assists the team on a range of contentious and non-contentious matters in the construction and infrastructure areas.
Carolyn is admitted to practice in New Zealand.
Practicalities in Cladding Claims
Insight into Issues with Cladding Claims
Grand designs – Who should take the design risk in an MMC project?
MMC have been touted as a way to tackle costs and inefficiencies within construction, but who takes responsibility for the design ?
Better Buildings: Construction Products to be subject to higher scrutiny
James Worthington and Carolyn Davies write for Building on ways to challenge liquidated and ascertained damages clauses
Make Adjudication Great Again
Can proceedings on the ‘true value’ of final accounts trump a ‘smash and grab’ adjudication?
Carolyn Davies writes for the Practical Law Construction Blog
Cut! A guide to severing adjudicators’ decisions
Considering the question of severance in enforcing an adjudicator’s decision?
Considering Crystallisation: What dispute should (or can) you refer to adjudication?
Employer and Contractor enter into a contract, and everything seems rosy until unresolved claims start escalating.
Carolyn Davies writes for the Practical Law Construction Blog on disputes that should be referred to adjudication
Levels, levels, levels - adding floors to existing structures
In a world where major cities have a lack of vacant space adding levels to existing structures is way to increase usable space and value.
Infra. Law – February 2018
Welcome to the latest edition of Infra.Law bringing you insight into issues facing the domestic and international infrastructure sector.