Developing your property or land
The volume of construction output worldwide is forecasted to grow 85% by 2030. Those within the construction industry will need to take bold decisions to invest in relationships, technology and talent to ensure full advantage is taken of the opportunities available.
Playing a part in evolving a city’s landscape, connecting people with infrastructure or redeveloping an aging building can bring great satisfaction and reputation to an individual or organisation. We ensure you’re provided with proactive, commercial and pragmatic advice in order to reach successful project outcomes.
Negotiating for you
Our clients range from successful individuals, investors and trustees to developers, major retailers and charities.
Whether a project is commercial, residential or not for profit, the drafting and negotiation of contracts to meet your specific needs is vital to ensure successful delivery. Our focus is on identifying your priorities and negotiating the best outcome for you.
Guiding you from dispute to resolution
Disputes can often delay a construction project and prevent you from achieving your aims.
Whether you are bringing or defending claims, there are many ways for a dispute to be resolved. We understand our client’s objectives in order to devise a strategy that achieves these aims. Through adjudication, arbitration, court proceedings, mediation or other forms of alternative dispute resolution, we will guide you every step of the way.
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The way ahead
Legal advice on managing coronavirus
Coronavirus has left nothing untouched around the world, and will leave a long legacy of changes behind it. To help you adapt to this new world and identify the way ahead, we have a wealth of analysis and guidance available.
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10 April 2020 - Article
Effect of the Covid-19 (Temporary Measures) Act on construction contracts in Singapore
10 November 2014 - Article
Replacing the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 (CDM 2007)
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