Construction and Engineering Disputes
Disputes within the construction and engineering sector are all too common, and requires specialised legal knowledge. Whether the dispute relates to unpaid sums, loss and expense claims, damages arising from defects or professional negligence, our team has vast experience.
How we can help
Should you require legal advice on a construction and engineering dispute, we can help, be that from straightforward debt recovery to complex extension of time and loss expense claims. Our solicitors and solicitor-advocates are experienced in the conduct of adjudications, arbitrations, Sheriff Court and Court of Session actions. We also advocate the use of mediations in particularly complex or multi-party disputes.
With a well-established team, which includes two Solicitor Advocates, we combine our understanding of the law with an extensive knowledge of the property sector to provide our clients with a full construction and dispute service.
We act for national contractors, sub-contractors, adjudicators, trade bodies, public sector organisations, insolvency practitioners, retailers and developers. We have been involved in many of Scotland’s leading Court of Session reported decisions in recent years, and have conducted dozens of adjudications over the same period. We have a reputation for getting the right result for clients in a cost-effective and efficient manner, and in skillful negotiation.
Our primary goal is to help our clients to resolve the dispute, using the negotiation and litigation skills necessary, in which we have extensive experience, to achieve the best outcome for you and your business.
We're here to help
If you require legal advice on a construction and engineering dispute, speak to a member of our team today.
"In a major construction project-related dispute resolution context, the firm has a powerful team of dedicated lawyers at a variety of experience levels looking after the procedure, substance and management of the dispute. The breadth of skills and experience is helping us reach successful outcomes."