With construction forming part of the bedrock of industry in England and Wales it is inevitable that disputes will arise from time to time.  Parties can typically fall out over non-payment, failure to complete or even the standard of workmanship. 

High profile cases in recent times has shown that even the largest construction companies are vulnerable in the modern climate and how any delay in payment can have a knock-on effect all the way down to the individual contractor.  It is vitally important therefore that parties understand how to try and resolve disputes quickly and efficiently.

Things can also move a little bit too fast if you are not prepared, with the adjudication process being designed to be a swiftly moving, interim remedy to a dispute arising out of a construction contract.  If parties are not careful, they can end up being the wrong side of a large demand for payment following an adjudication in a matter of weeks.

Nexa understands that even one dispute can lead to a company falling into substantial financial difficulty and can be trusted to take a proactive approach to resolving the matter.  Nexa can be there to assist you as much or as little as you need.

Contracts and documentation in the construction industry can be both complex and voluminous, typically requiring a high degree of legal knowledge.  Our assistance ranges from initial troubleshooting through to alternative dispute resolution such as mediation or adjudication and finally, if necessary, litigation.

Whether you are an individual contractor chasing payment, or an employer who is concerned about quality of workmanship, Nexa is here to help.

The types of disputes we can help with are:-

  • Non-payment of fees:-
    1.  Adjudications;
    2. Technology and construction court.
  • Disputes over standard of workmanship.

Who can represent me?

Daniel Jenkins

020 7504 7071 ext 25
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For general enquiries relating to any of the above, please email us info@nexa.law.