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Contentious Construction

On construction and engineering projects, disputes sometimes happen. You will want them resolved to your satisfaction as quickly and cost-effectively as possible. Our market-leading construction disputes lawyers will work alongside you to achieve this.

We work with many of our clients at an early stage, preventing problems on site escalating into formal proceedings. We provide practical advice, fight hard when necessary and maintain pressure on the opponents, whilst always looking to achieve the earliest possible resolution, often through proactive use of mediation and other forms of ADR.

We are extremely experienced in handling both large and small adjudications and in litigation in the Technology and Construction Court. We can assist you in all types of international engineering, construction and infrastructure disputes having acted for clients from many different jurisdictions in international arbitrations conducted under institutional and ad hoc rules (including DIAC, LCIA, ICC and UNCITRAL), wherever the venue.

The volume of repeat business from our extensive client list of major industry players (including public and private sector employers, contractors and major specialist suppliers) across a very wide range of sectors and our reputation in the field, is testament to the quality of service we provide.

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