construction contract and commercial consultants

construction services – problem solutions

Our knowledge, experience and in-depth insight into all aspects of construction and engineering issues is, we believe, of significant importance to your project and its success in relation to value, cost, time, conflict avoidance and resolution. Nowhere is that of greater importance than in the current economic climate.

We provide an extensive range of professional solutions, as set out below, to assist you achieve that success, reduce your risk and maximise your profit:

contract solutions

The contract is the most important document in any construction project as it sets out the obligations and liabilities of the parties. We can provide clear and practical contract advice…read more. 

dispute solutions

We actively practice dispute avoidance. We fervently believe that disputes, and the costs associated with them, should and can be avoided and will always seek to do so in any advice…read more.

problem solutions

We are able to support your business or project through the most difficult contractual impasse, claim, claim response or pre-dispute position.

We pride ourselves on our experience, knowledge and stamina to get the most difficult Final Accounts agreed.

Typical requirements include valuation of variations, calculation of loss and expense and assessment of delay and disruption; these can be the most complicated and time consuming part of a construction project, particularly when the other party does nothing other than request “more information”.

For extension of time claims alone there are a variety of methods such as impacted as-planned, time impact analysis or collapsed as built. We can compile any claim either from first principles or develop a claim your team has already compiled. Alternatively, we can train your team to compile the claim themselves in order to save you costs…read less.

commercial solutions

A commercial department should cover its own costs, i.e. the financial consequences of not having it is greater than the cost of having it…read more.