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Construction Corporate Advisory Services

We have a strong multi-disciplinary Construction team that provides advice to a wide range of owners, developers, contractors, specialist sub-contractors and consultants across the construction and engineering sector. The team has a deep knowledge of the sector and the key issues that are of primary interest to our corporate and commercial clients.

Our Construction lawyers work as part of the team, carrying out due diligence and document reviews for clients, advising on risk, liabilities and responsibilities on ongoing developments, and rights and liabilities under construction documents. 

The Construction team can also advise on development agreements and how best to bring your new project to life. Where the project involves process engineering, the team can advise on turnkey construction contracts. 

The team is also able to advise, along with our network of international law firms, on projects under English Law around the globe.

Who to Contact


Partner, Construction

Richard is a highly regarded Construction lawyer with broad experience across the sector. This encompasses the drafting of all forms of construction contracts and the handling of complex disputes in construction and engineering cases, both domestic and international. His clients include contractors and subcontractors; property owners and developers; consultants and project stakeholders.

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