Our top-ranked team of construction lawyers understands how the industry works. Margins are tight, programmes are challenging and risk management is critical. We help steer projects to a successful outcome.
We focus on the issues that matter to you. We get contracts agreed quickly, resolve disputes and fight hard on your behalf. That’s why our clients value our no-nonsense construction legal advice and vouch for our impressive track record.
Our construction clients include:
BASF, BDB Design Build, Bridgecore Developments, Eshton Group, GMI Construction, Hermes Parcelnet, PDR Construction, Rawlings Consulting, Saint Gobain, Triangle Investments and Development, United Living Group
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Managing Director, Airedale Chemical
"We have total trust in Gordons' advice. They have a fantastic understanding of our business, enabled by the excellent relationships we have built with them."
Managing Director, PDR Construction
“Gordons is distinctive due to the calibre of its people; fiercely loyal and genuinely innovative - they continually deliver.”
Finance Director, Bradford Academy
"Gordons’ people totally understand how construction procurement works and how to solve problems when things go wrong.”
Director, Tolent Construction
“The Gordons team is ‘on the ball’."
Managing Director, BDB Design Build
"Gordons always give straight answers and guidance, no matter what I throw at them."
News & ViewsView all News & Views
Challenging Part of an Adjudicators Decision – Construction Law Update
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Anjon Mallik discusses to new TCC ruling that sets a new precedent...
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Firms still failing to comply when working at height
The spotlight was placed on falls from height again this month when a repair and...