Building contractors

Crispin Pettifer

Partner & LEAD CONTACT
  • Harrogate, Newcastle
  • Projects, Construction, Commercial
  • Harrogate/01423 724001 Newcastle/0191 230 0669
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Expert legal support for building contractors

We deliver a high quality service to small and medium-sized building contractors: all jobs are important to us, large or small, and our clients receive prompt, practical and expert advice and assistance. Our team are well-versed in the main standard forms of building contract and the bespoke special conditions often required by commercial developers. We revise, negotiate and report on these to our contractor clients.

Key procurement services

Key construction services

  • Bonds and guarantees
  • Building contracts
  • Claims avoidance
  • Dispute resolution
  • Insolvency issues
  • Letters of intent

Other services for contractors

  • Partnering, joint ventures and confidentiality agreements
  • Business sales, purchases, shareholder agreements, director appointments and related matters
  • Health and Safety
  • Employment
  • Real estate development
  • Landlord and tenant

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