Our international team of around 100 specialists throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia provides a ‘whole lifecycle’ service, from procurement, construction contracts, partnering and professional appointments to funding, development, risk management and dispute resolution.
One of our key strengths is in applying a consistent, proven approach to construction work around the world, but with the flexibility to accommodate local market conditions and practices.
We act for governments, public bodies, multinational and major national corporations, international contractors, subcontractors, professionals and financial institutions on a wide range of matters ranging from simple construction schemes to major infrastructure projects.
Clients around the world benefit from our deep knowledge of local market practice, innovative procurement techniques and dispute minimisation tactics, as well as from our technical excellence in legal, drafting and negotiating issues.
As one of the largest teams of construction and engineering lawyers, we are regular contributors to debates on key issues affecting the industry. Through our membership of Constructing Excellence, we are also closely involved responding to the challenges of supply side integration and sustainability, among others.
This information was sourced from the Eversheds website.
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