Private Practice

Construction Senior Associate

Construction Senior Associate

  • Join a specialist team providing a comprehensive range of construction law solutions across a wide spectrum of projects in the construction industry.
  • Our clients include private and public institutions, property owners, developers, funders, contractors, specialist sub-contractors, suppliers and construction/design consultants.
  • We are involved with projects from the outset and work with clients to shape their procurement and contracting strategies. This includes advice on project specific EPC and EPCM contracts to multi-party and collaborative working arrangements, and encompass NEC and traditional JCT contracts.
  • Much of our focus is in the UK but we also advise on a range of international projects across many jurisdictions and work with our network of trusted international law firms and consultants
  • We are looking for a team player with experience of procurement and contracting strategies, funding and financing agreements, contract tendering and frameworks and security documentation including advance payment bonds. You will be primarily engaged to advise on live projects with a non contentious focus.

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