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What the team is known for Strong links to the local market dealing with construction and engineering work. Significant experience in all types of dispute resolution on high-value matters, and recognised expertise in all aspects of non-contentious construction law, including transactional work and the full range of industry contracts. Clients include electricity companies, property developers and universities.
Strengths One client attests: "My impression is that they are large enough to have the necessary resources in place to cater for any need, yet offer a personal service expected from a small, local firm. They are continually looking to improve and take great pride in all that they do."
Another client comments: "My overall impression is of a reliable and knowledgeable practice I am happy to deal with."
Work highlights Assisted Stephenson Quarter Developments with the preparation and negotiation of construction documents for the development of a University Technical College.
Adam Aston assists with non-contentious construction matters. His clients include contractors, property developers and manufacturers.
Lucilla Waugh assists clients with both non-contentious and contentious matters relating to construction contracts. One client attests: "The expert advice and support that I received was invaluable. I had every confidence that I was in safe hands and that the needs of the business had been understood and risk mitigated as low as reasonably practicable."
Robert Langley has a wealth of experience handling construction disputes, as both a negotiator and mediator.