Our specialist focus means we understand all types of construction, energy and engineering projects including how they are managed, where and why problems occur and, importantly, the underlying commercial objectives.
Simon specialises in all major forms of dispute resolution in construction and engineering disputes including litigation, arbitration, adjudication and mediation. He is ranked amongst the top construction solicitors in Chambers & Partners UK, The Legal 500 UK, Who’s Who Legal, and The Legal Experts guides.
Ranked among the top construction solicitors in Chambers & Partners UK and The Legal 500 guides, Tony advises in relation to dispute avoidance, dispute resolution and procurement for a broad range of both domestic and international clients.
Richard is widely experienced in the resolution of disputes in the construction, energy and infrastructure sectors, both internationally and in the United Kingdom, having successfully led the resolution of numerous substantial disputes.
Specialising in construction, energy and engineering law for most of his career, Jeremy advises on all aspects of projects both in the UK and abroad, from initial procurement and strategic project advice to dispute avoidance and resolution.
Ted advises on a wide range of projects across the construction and energy sector including housing, roads, hospitals, power stations, offshore structures, gas and oil pipelines, chemical process plants and leisure facilities, both in the UK and internationally.
A highly regarded construction law specialist by numerous legal guides and within the profession, Nicholas conducts contract drafting, strategic project advice and dispute resolution work. He acts in a wide range of construction sectors in the UK and abroad.
Having practised construction law since qualification, Karen specialises in dispute resolution and avoidance for a wide range of domestic and international clients. Karen regularly advises and represents clients in litigation, arbitration, mediation and adjudication.
A qualified Barrister, Toby specialises in construction and civil engineering issues. He deals with contract advice and drafting and dispute resolution, including adjudication, arbitration, litigation and mediation, in relation to building and engineering projects around the world.
As Practice Manager, Neil's primary role is that of financial management. In addition, he is also heavily involved in other areas, such as risk management, quality control, client care, human resources, marketing, advertising, facilities management, purchasing and IT.
Jon specialises in construction and engineering law and has practical on site experience developing his understanding of complex matters. He has also been listed in The Legal 500 UK and Chambers and Partners UK as a recommended construction lawyer.
David specialises in domestic and international construction and engineering projects. He has advised on a broad range of projects including high-value residential development/refurbishment, offices, universities, laboratories, football stadia, data centres, hotels, art galleries and hospitals.
Thomas specialises in the resolution of complex construction, engineering and energy disputes through arbitration, the courts, adjudication and all forms of alternative dispute resolution, with an emphasis on resolving matters before costs escalate.
Advising in dispute avoidance and dispute resolution in the construction, engineering and energy sectors, Andrew’s practice focuses on domestic disputes throughout the construction supply chain and he was recommended as “impressive” in The Legal 500 UK 2013 guide.
Jatinder has vast amount of experience in non-contentious domestic and international construction and projects work. He acts for the full spectrum of clients involved in the development process advising from inception and procurement strategies to project completion.
Claire specialises in the resolution of both domestic and international construction and engineering disputes that may arise during the life-cycle of a project including those relating to delays, variations, defects, interim payment notices and final account disputes.
Lyndon specialises in the resolution of construction and engineering disputes through the courts, arbitration (both domestic and international) and adjudication proceedings. He is also experienced in resolving disputes using alternative dispute resolution procedures, in particular mediation.
Martin has extensive experience in acting for main contractors, subcontractors, employers and consultants in the construction and energy sectors. He advises on all aspects of dispute avoidance and resolution.
Lucinda’s contentious and non-contentious experience (in-house and in practice) covers standard form and bespoke contracts and the spectrum of issues they raise including contract formation, delay, defects, variations and termination. Lucinda advises employers, main contractors, specialist subcontractors and suppliers about how to avoid, manage and resolve disputes (using litigation, adjudication and ADR as appropriate) throughout the life-cycle of their construction and engineering contracts.
Stacy leads Fenwick Elliott’s technology and innovation initiatives, overseeing the development and implementation of new legal technologies, as well as collaborating and engaging with clients on new digital technologies in the construction and legal industries.
Edward’s vast experience specialising in construction disputes gives him a thorough understanding of the industry and the problems encountered. He acts in contentious matters for a variety of construction clients including employers (private and institutional), contractors, subcontractors and consultants.
Phillip is specialist construction lawyer and a Chartered Civil Engineer. He acts for all sides of the industry ranging from developers and contractors to consultants and insurers, and has wide experience of the interests of the major stakeholders.
James has a wide range of experience across the construction and engineering sectors, advising clients on both UK and international construction and engineering projects. James has experience of all the major standard forms of contract, including JCT, NEC and FIDIC, as well as advising on bespoke contracts used in international and domestic projects.
Sana acts for domestic and international clients across a wide range of industry sectors, including oil and gas, renewable energy, process plants and other civil infrastructure works. Sana specialises in the resolution of complex, high value disputes arising out of the design and construction of large-scale infrastructure projects. Her practice is focused on international arbitration and litigation.
Adele has wide-ranging experience in energy, construction and engineering disputes, advising domestic and international clients, including employers, contractors and subcontractors, in disputes regarding the design and construction of offshore wind farms, infrastructure projects and large-scale residential and commercial developments.
Rebecca has a broad range of experience in construction and engineering disputes, acting for employers, contractors and subcontractors in disputes arising from the design and construction of large-scale infrastructure projects and both residential and commercial developments.
Gemma has acted in energy, construction and engineering disputes, advising clients including employers, contractors and subcontractors, on issues arising from the design and construction of infrastructure projects.
Edward specialises in the resolution of disputes arising from construction and infrastructure projects around the world in areas such as offshore wind, renewables, the power sector, offshore oil and gas, aviation and port developments.
George has experience of a wide variety of construction and engineering disputes and specialises in all forms of dispute resolution, including court proceedings in the Technology and Construction Court, adjudication, arbitration and mediation.
Matthew has extensive experience of energy, construction and engineering disputes gained through litigation, international arbitration and adjudication. He acts for domestic and international clients, including employers, contractors and subcontractors, in disputes regarding process plants and other large-scale infrastructure projects.
Laura has experience in major energy, construction and engineering disputes gained through litigation, arbitration, adjudication and various forms of dispute resolution. She has acted for domestic and international clients, including employers, contractors and subcontractors.
Harrison is regularly engaged to advise in relation to the conduct of construction, engineering and infrastructure disputes; experienced in the conduct of superior court litigation throughout multiple jurisdictions and non-litigious resolution of construction disputes from minor claims to complex and large-scale delay, disruption, defect and variation disputes.
Olivia has experience advising employers, contractors and subcontractors on construction and engineering disputes across a range of industry sectors, including power and process plants, renewable energy, and transport.
Catherine has a range of domestic and international non-contentious and contentious experience, including advising on and negotiating construction contracts and involvement in TCC proceedings, adjudication and international arbitration.
Adam has worked at Fenwick Elliott for 10 years, starting in litigation support as a clerk, subsequently moving to a paralegal role and latterly as Disclosure Manager specialising in document production, disclosure and edisclosure.
Victoria is an extremely experienced construction lawyer and is highly regarded within the construction industry, including by Chambers & Partners UK and The Legal Experts guides. She has particular expertise in the higher education sector and advises numerous universities.
Farrukh specialises in contentious and non-contentious banking, construction, engineering, infrastructure, project finance and energy-related matters He has substantial experience of international commercial arbitration, including before the International Chamber of Commerce, Paris and the International Centre for Settlement of Investment.
Christina Lockwood is dual-qualified as a lawyer in Germany and England, with a PhD in German law from the University of Trier. She practices in general commercial disputes, disputes between funeral directors and customers, and landlord/tenant and property disputes.