Construction Claims

Time & Money

The aim for all construction projects is to complete on time and on budget. Sadly - it’s an aim rarely achieved. Failure can result in claims that are both complex and expensive

Our experienced specialist solicitors and consultants are perfectly placed to help you with your construction claims, including –

* claims for loss and expense
* claims for time extension and contract variations
* employers’ claims for delay and disruption
* work defects
* liquidated damages
* claims for professional negligence


For your claim to succeed, you need fast, realistic advice, based on all the legal and commercial considerations. Our services include advice and guidance on –

  • the merits of the case – whether or not it’s wise to proceed
  • notice submission, applications and record keeping
  • heads of claim, including the evaluation process
  • the best course of action for the earliest and most satisfactory resolution
  • preparing and formulating claims
  • consideration of the relevant documents and back up
  • the content of claims where mediation, adjudication or arbitration are needed

We’ll also carry out –

  • preparation of delay programmes for analytical and presentational purposes, schedules (time slice analysis), analysis of cause and effect
  • negotiations regarding settlement
  • drafting of settlement agreements;
  • cost-effective management of disputes and continuity of approach

Find out more about how we can help resolve your Construction claims

Call us on 0207 167 6602 or complete our contact form by clicking the button below

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