Katherine Keenan, Associate
Katherine advises in relation to non-contentious and contentious projects in the construction industry.
Katherine advises developers and contractors on a wide range of construction projects. Katherine has experience throughout the life cycle of construction projects, primarily on non-contentious matters, from procurement advice through to negotiation of project documents.
Katherine has particular experience advising office developers and landlords, including central London office and mixed-use developments.
Advising Derwent London on the mixed-use redevelopment of 19-35 Baker Street.
Katherine Keenan is admitted to practice in England and Wales.
- Advising Derwent London on the sale of its 192,700 sq ft interest in the Johnson Building, 77 Hatton Garden and 5-7 Cross Street EC1.
- Advising a major retailer on the fit out of their head office in central London.
- Advising the developer of an industrial processing plant.
- Advising a sub-contractor on a major tunnel project in London.
Increased cost and shortage of materials – what impact does this have on negotiating building contracts?
Infra.law - Spring 2021
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Wooden towers – the rise of the “plyscraper”
Construct.law - Winter 2020
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Katherine Keenan writes for Building on undertaking variations without a written instruction
Case Law Update: Can a company in liquidation adjudicate?
Examining three recent cases on whether a company in liquidation can commence an adjudication.
C&I Webinar and H&S Handout
The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 sets out the overarching legal framework for health and safety legislation in the UK.
Hybrid contracts - Should payment notices distinguish between sums due for construction operations and non-construction operations?
Following a recent case, the Court of Appeal considered hybrid contracts again in the context of the payment provisions in the Act.