How can we help?
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Construction and infrastructure projects require careful and considered legal expertise from inception to completion, and ultimately, commissioning, use, sale or occupation. We provide legal expertise and industry knowledge and experience to ensure parties to construction projects have rigorous legal documents and agreements which always protect their interests.
Companies and professionals involved in construction often contend with tight margins while seeking to avoid or mitigate any delays or disputes which can threaten the financial viability of projects. Regardless of type or scale, development projects must be undertaken with a thorough understanding of the commercial and legal realities of the deal being entered into.
We can assist any party to a construction project in relation to:
Construction health and safety
Risk assessment, management and protection
Construction due diligence
Facilities management agreements
Environment law matters
Our specialist construction lawyers will focus on removing any friction which may slow down or complicate the process of development at any stage, ensuring that all parties to the project work in close collaboration. To do so, we take the time to listen to your commercial imperatives and ultimate goals. We then undertake the necessary due diligence to unearth all of the possible challenges and issues which may conflict with your interests before, during and after the project. Many of our clients are not aware of the range of legal instruments available to meet their commercial needs, hence we make it a priority to explain all of your options before proceeding to undertake work on your behalf.
We work with construction firms, property developers, occupiers, contractors, lenders and banks, architects, investors, public sector bodies, surveyors, insurers, and facilities management companies. Often we will deal directly with contract managers and property developers, but we’re also very happy to work alongside your in-house legal counsel too.
Our clients comprise many public sector entities including health, utilities, education, leisure, and transport, and private sector companies including residential and commercial construction, energy and regeneration companies.
Disputes are commonplace within construction projects. We have a team of expert dispute resolution solicitors who can provide contentious and non-contentious construction dispute advice and representation, including:
Our construction law team is made up of industry specialists who collectively possess the experience and knowledge to take on even the most complex construction project.
Our team are experienced in corporate governance matters for a range of related industries that often intersect with construction legal advice, including the areas of:
Our three transparent pricing packages are designed to give you the widest possible access to high-quality legal advice, whatever the size and nature of your business:
Straightforward access to senior solicitors at a competitive rate.
An affordable solution for businesses needing one-off legal support. Receive ‘City’ partner-level expertise at a fraction of ‘City’ prices.
Have legal peace of mind for £209 per month with additional support from £140 per hour.
A monthly subscription legal support package specifically designed for start-ups and smaller businesses.
Providing you with priority access to a dedicated panel of highly experienced solicitors.
Fully account managed quarterly subscription service for businesses with more complex legal needs.
Please leave us your details and we’ll contact you to discuss your situation and legal requirements. There’s no charge for your initial consultation, and no-obligation to instruct us. We aim to respond to all messages received within 24 hours.
Our commercial lawyers are based in or close to major cities across the UK, providing expert legal advice to clients both locally and nationally.
We mainly work remotely, so we can work with you wherever you are. But we can arrange face-to-face meeting at our offices or a location of your choosing.