Delivering your project objectives in a cost-effective manner
Our team of surveyors deliver relevant realistic legal solutions which complement the work of our legally qualified lawyers.
By integrating with our clients, we are able to clearly define the critical success factors unique to their real estate project and establish a delivery framework to manage the variables of cost, programme, quality and risk to recognise value across all stages of the development process.
Importantly, we work closely with our colleagues across the business to combine a unique understanding of property and construction law with practical application and delivery experience. Together, this capability enables us to protect our clients’ interests, implement robust project governance and provide a holistic service during all stages of a development’s lifecycle.
Main Areas Of Practice
We provide our clients with specialised commercial and contract management advice to ensure the profitability of developments and enhance the certainty of a successful project outcome. Financial viability is imperative to this and remains a key focus throughout the delivery of our services, across all project stages.
Every project has a purpose and objective to be achieved within a finite timescale. Through effective project management, we have the ability to apply processes, protocols, knowledge, skills and experience to deliver project objectives on time and on budget whilst minimising risk, maintaining a health and safety culture and maximising investment returns across all stages of the project process.
Our expert team advises clients across a wide range of sectors in both the public and private sectors including residential property, commercial real estate, social housing, infrastructure, retail and leisure, healthcare and education.
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