Keidan Harrison act for a variety of different stakeholders from clients / employers, sub-contractors and main contractors through to construction professionals and architects. Our expertise includes:
- Acting in disputes over interim and final accounts on construction projects, including both during and after a project.
- Claims arising out of defective construction work, including those arising out of contractual liabilities, professional negligence and the Defective Premises Act 1972.
- Insolvency in respect of parties involved in a construction project.
- Contractual disputes arising out of factory production processes and supply of defective manufacturing equipment, as well as construction and property development.
We have expertise in resolving construction and engineering disputes through adjudication, arbitration and litigation. Our experience extends through to trials in the specialist Technology and Construction Court division of the Business and Property Courts. Where necessary, we can swiftly assemble multi-disciplinary teams for construction adjudications, bringing in specialist counsel and technical experts to maximise resource in respect of disputes that need to be resolved within short timescales.
We have expertise in many of the standard form construction contracts and forms of appointment, such as the Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT), New Engineering Contract (NEC) and professional appointment documents such as the RIBA Standard Professional Services Contract.
Our lawyers are members of the following professional associations: