Private Practice

Contentious Construction Associate

Contentious Construction Associate

  • Join a specialist team providing litigation and dispute resolution support to a team covering 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.
  • Our clients are involved in disputes relating toi project specific EPC and EPCM contracts to multi-party and collaborative working arrangements, and encompass NEC and traditional JCT contracts.
  • Much of our disputes relate to the UK but we also advise on disputes relating to a range of international projects across many jurisdictions.
  • We are looking for a team player with strong contentious construction experience of relating to procurement and contracting strategies, funding and financing agreements, contract tendering and frameworks and security documentation including advance payment bonds.

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