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We are a nationally recognised construction practice providing a comprehensive service for both projects and dispute management across a broad range of sectors. Clients include developers, healthcare providers, main contractors, utilities, transport authorities, education institutions, consultants and sub-contractors. The team advises on all aspects of construction risk management from procurement to completion.

The team drafts and negotiates on all the major standard forms of contract, including JCT and NEC3. Experienced in all forms of construction dispute resolution, including adjudication, arbitration, proceedings in the TCC, mediation and expert determination, we endeavour to find a creative and cost effective method for the resolution of issues. Sectors we work in include:

  • Commercial Development
  • PRS
  • Student Accommodation
  • Transport
  • Education
  • Health
  • Utilities
  • Energy
  • Investment
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Daylight robbery – ignore it at your peril

Sometimes the most important considerations in a property development are those which are not immediately obvious, at least to the naked eye.

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Insurance surgery: a call to action over construction costs

How can losses incurred from construction & engineering disputes be avoided, asks Paul Lowe.

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Further guidance on the form of payment applications

Following the “adjudication roundup” in our autumn 2015 newsletter the court has given further guidance on the required form of a payment notice.

John Cleaveley Partner

JCT announces updates to its standard contracts

The JCT is set to release a number of updates to its suite of contracts over the course of the year with the first updates being to the Minor Works…

John Cleaveley Partner

A broader interpretation of exclusions on liability?

In Persimmon Homes Ltd and others v Ove Arup & Partners Ltd [2015] EWHC 3573 (TCC) the court interpreted a consultant’s exclusion of liability…

HSE responds to UCATT release on construction deaths statistics

On 18 February 2016, construction union UCATT issued a press release claiming there was a surge in prosecution delays and a fall in convictions…

Unannounced HSE construction inspections fall 15% since 2012

Statistics acquired by construction union UCATT have revealed that the number of unannounced inspections by the Health and Safety Executive on…

David Lewis Partner

Higher education and construction – some current trends

The market for procurement by universities remains healthy. A recent report showed university spending on non-residential development was at an…

Martin Vincent Partner